Union president says firefighters “are dedicated to making this station last another 106 years.”
View photos of the grand opening of Norwalk Fire Station on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018.
42 Whittlesey Ave. signed off at 3 p.m. Wednesday “after 106 years of faithful service to the citizens of Norwalk.”
Third-graders Piper Hipp, Autumn Krieg and Ethan Siedel's home-escape plans chosen as best.
Unattended candle on top of a file cabinet was to blame.
“When you go through our station, there are fingerprints of our whole community.”
National Fire Prevention Week runs through Oct. 13.
The Norwalk Fire Department kicked off Fire Prevention Week with an assembly this morning at Pleasant Elementary. Enjoy these photos by reporter Cary Ashby and look for a story soon.
“Situational awareness is a skill people need to use wherever they go.”
Injury accident is being investigated by the state Highway Patrol.
A resident reportedly used the stove to light a cigarette, inadvertently igniting a plastic pan in the process.
The “stretch of death” is Ohio 601 and its intersections at Ohio 18, U.S. 20 and Ohio 61.
Driver noticed “sudden flash of fire” under the hood, so he pulled over on Whittlesey Avenue and exited the vehicle.
Norwalk police and firefighters responded to Adams Street incident in late April.
“Elks No. 730 is extremely happy to be able to give back to the department and our citizens year after year.”