Firefighters Saved From Burning Home In SaugusThree firefighters who were trapped inside a house fire in Saugus are alive thanks to the heroics of some of their brothers.
Thousands Of Firefighters Sue Siren Maker Over Hearing LossThousands of firefighters across the country are suing a company that makes sirens claiming the noise has caused permanent hearing damage.
Boot With Special Meaning Returned To Boston FirehouseA Boston firefighter boot with special meaning was finally recovered and returned to its home at a Boylston Street firehouse after it was stolen more than six months ago.
Firefighters Battle 2-Alarm Blaze At Ashland Fire Protection CompanyFirefighters battled a two-alarm blaze Monday morning at an Ashland business that coincidentally manufactures fire prevention equipment.
Brockton Firetruck Involved In CrashA car crashed into a firetruck that was travelling to a call in Brockton Wednesday evening.
Warwick Firefighters Constructing New Public Safety BuildingAfter spending more than a decade fundraising, Warwick firefighters are now building a new public safety building without using taxpayer money.
Off Duty Firefighter Pulls Actor From Water In South BostonA local actor is in critical condition after he was pulled from the water off South Boston Monday afternoon.
Official: Only 1 Percent Of New Hampshire Firefighters Are WomenBullying and a rigorous physical entrance exam are part of why there are so few women firefighters, an official says.
Taunton Firefighters Run Into Burning Home To Save Disabled Woman Before they even had water to fight a fire, two Taunton firefighters rushed in to save a disabled woman from her burning home.
Dozens Displaced After 5-Alarm Fire In Nashua, NHDozens of people are displaced after a 5-alarm fire in Nashua, New Hampshire.
I-Team: Firefighter Healthy Enough For CrossFit Receives Disability PensionA former firefighter that has been on disability for 10 years is healthy enough for CrossFit, but can not get back on the job.
Suffolk DA: No Criminal Charges In 2014 Fatal Back Bay FireNo criminal charges will be filed against the employees of a Malden metalworking company that was responsible for starting a fire in the Back Bay that killed two Boston firefighters.