FFD News & Events Archive

Long-Term Road Closure Reminder

April 2, 2019 Events  No comments

A reminder to plan accordingly to navigate the upcoming road closure.

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Local Frostburg Business Continues Generous Donations

March 20, 2019 Events  No comments

Local business, Hamilton Relay, again donates!

FFD Assistant Fire Chief/PIO, Matt McMorran is shown receiving a $500 check from Hamilton Relay Center Manager, Donte Bibbins.

Hamilton Relay consistently provides financially in an effort for the FFD to continue with our mission of, "protecting life, property and the environment to the citizens of Frostburg and surrounding areas.

We couldn't do it without local businesses like Hamilton Relay and we sincerely appreciate their help," said FFD President Bill Price.

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Funeral for Firefighter McAlpine

March 19, 2019 Events  No comments

Members of the FFD participated in yesterday's funeral procession for Goodwill VFD, Brother Alex “Cue” McAlpine.


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FFD 141st Annual Appreciation and Awards Banquet

March 18, 2019 Events  No comments

The FFD held our annual anniversary and awards banquet last night celebrating 141 years and honoring numerous members for their efforts in 2018.

Firefighter of the Year - Dayne Lancaster
Chief's Award - Chris Wainwright
President's Award - Gary Tummino
Top Five Most Activities;
1st - Bill Price
2nd - Bobby Dugan
3rd - Dayne Lancaster
4th - Bobby Pattison
5th - Doug Hanson

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Funeral for Chief Winters

March 16, 2019 Events  No comments

FFD members with Truck 16 representing and paying respects during last week's funeral for Chief Winters.

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On This Day in FFD History

March 10, 2019 Events  No comments


Wednesday, March 10, 1999 - Jeff Alderton Times-News Staff Writer

Fire Guts Old Inn - The Clarysville structure dates back to 1807

FROSTBURG - An apparent accidental fire destroyed the 192-year-old Clarysville Inn early Wednesday and left a family of five who operated businesses there for the past four years homeless along with two other tenants.

``I've never been in this position before," said Tom Pecora, who operated the businesses at the Clarysville Inn since March 1995, when he and his family left behind a successful catering business in Baltimore for a new life in Allegany County.

Pecora sipped hot coffee and soup as he collected his thoughts, dressed in clothes given to him after he and his family escaped with only the clothes on their

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Drill Night Focusing on Rapid Intervention Team Techniques

March 5, 2019 Events  No comments

During Tuesday's department training, FFD members worked with Company 15 (Mount Savage) focusing on Rapid Intervention Team (RIT) techniques. RIT is established on all working incidents and are used solely for assisting downed or disoriented firefighters.

*More pictures can be found on Frostburg Fire Department Facebook page*

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PSA: Discolored Water Following Tuesday’s Fire

January 22, 2019 Events  No comments

City of Frostburg-

Due to the extreme draws of water from the fire hydrants in the business district, City water customers may experience discolored water for the next 24 hours, however, the water remains safe to drink.

Peak flows at times today were in excess of 5 million gallons per day, whereas average draws are typically 1 million gallons per day.

Our thoughts are with the families and businesses displaced by the fire.

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Keep Fire Hydrants Clear of Snow

January 20, 2019 Events  No comments

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On This Day in Frostburg/FFD History

December 14, 2018 Events  No comments


A reprint from the Cumberland Times Friday, December 14, 1917


Seven Buildings Totaling Loss Of $150,000 Destroyed – Stiff Gale Balks Firemen Who Fought For Four Hours – Frostburg Department Handicapped, New Auto engine of Cumberland And Coney Firefighters Save Town From Devastation.

FROSTBURG, Dec. 14 – A fire, doing an estimated damage of $150,000, broke out this morning about 5 o’clock from the Shea building, this place, and before it was extinguished burned seven buildings to the ground. The destroyed buildings were: Shea building and a double block residence and average on same lot; the building occupied

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