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  • Firefighters Sound Call For Full-Time Staff

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    Hampton Union
    Posted: January 20th, 2003

    Fire department officials will ask voters this spring to fund $561,200 for six full-time firefighters and an ambulance for fiscal year 2004.


  • Manchester 2.5% Budget Threatens Lay-Offs

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    Manchester Union Leader
    Posted: January 17th, 2003

    Manchester’s new east side fire station wouldn’t open, snow removal could take longer and fewer police would be on the streets under the mayor’s budget


  • Alzheimer’s Patient Missing From Facility

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    Nashua Telegraph
    Posted: January 14th, 2003

    Fire and police officials spent the night looking for an 85-year-old Alzheimer’s patient who walked out into the icy temperatures from an assisted living facility unnoticed.


  • Alzheimer’s Patient Missing From Facility

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    Nashua Telegraph
    Posted: January 14th, 2003

    Fire and police officials spent the night looking for an 85-year-old Alzheimer’s patient who walked out into the icy temperatures from an assisted living facility unnoticed.


  • Roof Caves At Nashua Warehouse

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    Nashua Telegraph
    Posted: January 14th, 2003

    Firefighters responding to a fire alarm at Primero Inc. at 90 E. and didn’t find a fire, but found a portion of the warehouse roof caved in.


  • Canton Loses Veteran Firemen

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    Canton Repository
    Posted: January 13th, 2003

    The Fire Department is losing nearly 200 years of experience in dousing fires and responding to emergencies. Seven city firefighters have accepted buyouts that will save the city money.


  • Bluestone Fire Alarm Helps Prevent Tragedy

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    The Telegraph
    Posted: January 8th, 2003

    NASHUA – A sensitive smoke detector helped prevent a tragedy Tuesday night by alerting residents and fire officials to a suspicious fire in a condominium complex


  • Fire Leaves Three Families Homeless

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    Nashua Telegraph
    Posted: January 7th, 2003

    Nashua, N.H., firefighters responded to the two-alarm fire at 854, 855 and 856 Wellman Ave. in the Williamsburg Condominium complex, shortly after receiving the mutual aid call for their assistance at 10:50 a.m.