Dozens of active and retired Boston firefighters gathered Sunday to honor fallen members of the department.
Two Boston firefighters who died battling the Back Bay fire in more than a year ago were honored Saturday night during the department’s 136th annual awards ceremony.
No 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.
A number of people continue to place flowers in front of Ladder 15 and Engine 33 in honor of Lt. Ed Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy who made the ultimate sacrifice one year ago when they responded to a wind-whipped fire on Beacon Street and became trapped in the basement.
Two Boston firefighters killed fighting a wind-whipped fire a year ago have been honored in a ceremony at their firehouse.
Firefighter Michael Kennedy’s mother said the only good thing to come from her son’s death is the focus that will be put on safe firefighting.
D&J Ironworks faces $58,000 in fines as OSHA blames a fatal nine-alarm Back Bay fire on the company’s welding workers.
On a day that’s come to symbolize their commitment to saving lives, 29 names were added to the ring of honor, men who’ve lost their lives in the last year.
The medical examiner has released the official cause of death for two Boston firefighters killed in a fire on Beacon Street in March.
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