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North Shore Firefighters are looking for donations of peanut butter.
The North Shore Fire Department has responded to an overwhelming number of residential house fires in 2012, two which have resulted in fatalities. Don't let your family becoming a statistic.
The North Shore Fire Department recommends taking extra precautions to survive the extreme temperatures. Here's a few ways to keep you and your family safe.
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The new website allows users to register for Facebook, Twitter, and email notifications to provide residents with the most up-to-date info on fire safety, events, and programs.
The North Shore Fire Department recommends changing batteries in smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms twice a year.
Make sure your home is equipped with smoke detectors, and make sure you and your family know what to do when they are sounding.
Learn valuable tips to help protect you and your family from the effects the 'silent killer'
Safety tips for enjoying recreational activities on the ice
Case O'Hare will be honored Friday for her fire safety poster themed, "Hear the Beep? Quick on Your Feet! Get to Where Your Family Meets.”
North Shore Fire/Rescue partners with North Shore Health to gain grant funding to support Child Car Safety Seat Check Program.
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