FFD News & Events Archive

Past Chief Hanson Travels to Mt. Fuji

July 25, 2018 Events  No comments

We have a U.S. flag that flew over the Capitol but our own Doug Hanson will be adding to our collection with one of our FFD patches that he took with him when he recently made it to the top of Mt. Fuji, Japan! Pretty cool.

Safe travels Chief Hanson!

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City of Frostburg’s Day Camp Field Trip to FFD

July 17, 2018 Events  No comments

Today, the FFD hosted City of Frostburg's Summer Day Camp for a field trip to our Price Station.

Campers reviewed fire safety, received a station tour, a glimpse of a life as a firefighter, and even got the opportunity to sit in the fire engine.

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Grant Street Detour

July 12, 2018 Events  No comments

GRANT STREET DETOUR
Detours are currently in place on Grant Street and are expected to continue through November. The project is a City project which is part of the Combined Sewer Overflow Elimination effort, required by Court Order. New storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water lines, road surface, curb and gutter, and sidewalks will be completed along Grant Street and side streets as a result of the project. The project involves over $2 million in construction and is 92.5% grant funded through both the Maryland Department of the Environment and Maryland Department of Transportation - SHA.

Work started at the lower end of Grant Street near Blair Street and over the next 5 months, as work progresses, construction will move up Grant Street toward Main Street. Please follow the detour signs.

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FFD Sign Rental

June 1, 2018 Events  No comments

SIGN RENTAL

For all sign rental inquires, please call the FFD at 301.689.8444 and follow the prompts for sign rental. Or, email Sign Manager, Victoria Snyder at vsnyder@frostburgfd.com.

All rentals are first come first serve.

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Training at MFRI

April 18, 2018 Events  No comments

Yesterday evening, members conducted live fire training at Maryland Fire Rescue Institute in Cresaptown, MD. The FFD was joined by Company 17 and Company 3.

Firefighters drilled on VEIS (vent, enter, isolate, search), forcible entry, and removing other hazards that we may encounter on emergencies. Multiple live fire evolutions were completed, focusing on fire attack, search and rescue, ladders, RIT, and ventilation.

We want to thank Shaft and Bedford Road for working with us and especially the MFRI instructors who made this evening possible!

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2018 FFD Line Officers

March 11, 2018 Events  No comments

Front Row L to R: Harry Foor, Apparatus Maintenence Engineer; Bryan Cosner Assistant Chief; Dale Bladen, Fire Chief; Joe Hoffman, Deputy Chief; Bill Price, Chief Engineer.

Back Row L to R: Brian Livingston and Robert Taylor Lieutenants; Phil Via, Communications Officer; Connor Woodring and Brian Long, Lieutenants.

Absent; Chris Wainwright, Captain/Training Officer.

 

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2018 FFD Administration Officers

March 11, 2018 Events  No comments

Front Row L to R: Dayne Lancaster, Treasurer; Dale Bladen Fire Chief; Gary Tummino, Business Manager; Bill Price, President; Ron Dugan, Vice President; Harry Foor, Chaplain; Emily Bladen Secretary.

Back Row L to R: Matt McMorran, Head Trustee/Public Information Officer; Robert Taylor, Joe Hoffman, Logan Harden, Tom Bevan, Trustees; Joe Brumage Financial Secretary

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Spring Craft Show at City Place

March 10, 2018 Events  No comments

FFD members manned the fire prevention table today during the spring craft show at City Place/Community Center. $700 was raised towards the new fire truck fund.

Special thanks to organizer Maxene Hetz, all of the vendors who participated and everyone who attended the event.

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Continued Training

February 21, 2018 Events  No comments

Yesterday evening, FFD members participated in an annual SCBA refresher.
Members practiced skills and techniques that could directly affect their chances of survival in fires, along with MAYDAY procedures, and assisting downed firefighters.
The FFD continues to train on many facets related to serving the city of Frostburg and surrounding communities.

 

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On This Day in FFD History

February 20, 2018 Events  No comments

On This Day in FFD History

From the Cumberland Sunday Times, Page 27 February 20, 1972

SEASON’S WORST STORM BLASTS TRI-STATE AREA

Stranded Travelers Aided By Firemen
The Frostburg and Grantsville fire departments played host to over a hundred travelers who were stopped in that town yesterday because U.S. Route 40 was blocked at Long Stretch.

The Frostburg Fire Hall was made comfortable for about 75 persons as the firemen treated them to food, color television, pool games and cards.

The Allegany County Chapter of the American Red Cross delivered 10 cots with sheets and blankets for their nights sojourn.

The motorists were from eight states according to William Davis, Frostburg’s Police & Fire Commissioner. He had 25 firemen on duty all day yesterday helping the

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