As the Fourth of July draws closer, Massachusetts’ fire marshal is warning motorists that it’s illegal to bring fireworks into the Bay State.
Investigators say a fire in a Lynn apartment building this week that displaced more than 60 residents was deliberately set.
Ten years later, the imprint of the fire remains in this tiny state of just over 1 million residents.
Massachusetts Fire Marshal Stephen Coan suggests removing snow from roofs before Monday’s rain if it can be done safely.
When the fire alarm sounds, the situation is much different today than it was just few years ago. Quick response time has always been critical, but it is even more crucial today.
An abandoned building on the South Shore went up in flames early Sunday morning and investigators say it may be related to a recent string of fires there.
The Peabody Fire Chief has identified the fallen firefighter as James Rice, an 11-year veteran.
Two people trying to stay warm without electricity in Palmer were found dead in their home Tuesday.
The building, which first opened in 1678, appears to be a total loss, though, damage estimates have not been calculated.
Authorities say a printer placed on a desk in a workstation most likely caused a two-alarm blaze that briefly forced the evacuation of an administration building at the state prison in Norfolk.