$18K Raised For Firefighters Who Tried Saving Dog From BlazeA Pennsylvania man whose home was destroyed in a September fire has raised $18,000 to thank the firefighters who extinguished the flames and tried to save his dog.
Pa. Volunteer Firefighter Departments Receive $60M In State AidPennsylvania volunteer fire departments received almost $60 million in state aid, a $5 million increase from last year.
MSA Safety Partners With A Non-Profit Group To Live The Life Of A FirefighterThere is an old adage that says to truly understand another person you need to walk a mile in their shoes.
Auditor General DePasquale Wants Increased Help For Volunteer FirefightersAuditor General Eugene DePasquale called for increased help for volunteer firefighters.
Child Psychic Investigates Rumors Of Summit Hose Company Hauntings On New TV ShowTarentum's Summit Hose Company has been rumored to be haunted by the spirits of long-gone firefighters, and tonight a child psychic will determine if the stories are true.
Firefighters Respond To Allegheny Co. Apartment Building FireFirefighters responded to a fire at an apartment building in Elizabeth Township.
Disaster Relief Services Aid Turtle Creek Apartment Building With Malfunctioning Air Conditioning UnitFirefighters and disaster relief services are on hand at a Turtle Creek Apartment Building where an electrical condition created smoke and caused the air condition unit to malfunction.
Firefighters, Hazmat Teams Battle Lancaster Tanger Outlets FireFirefighters and hazmat teams are battling a large fire at the Tanger Outlets in Lancaster County.
Firefighters Battle Fire At Residence In West MifflinFirst responders have confirmed a fire at a residence in West Mifflin.
Firefighters Face Extreme Conditions In Pair Of Local BlazesFirefighters were facing tough conditions on Wednesday as they battled two local fires in sub-zero temperatures.
New Report Sheds Light On Dwindling Number Of Volunteer Firefighters, Officials Seeking SolutionsAccording to a new report, the number of volunteer firefighters in Pennsylvania has dropped from 300,000 in the 1970s to only 38,000 today.