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Today the York Village Fire Department mourned the loss of FF and former Asst. Chief Brian Starkey. Firefighters from all over New England escorted Brian’s flag draped casket along with several pieces of fire apparatus up York St. through York Village, under a pair of arched aerial ladders in front of the York Village Fire Read More →

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We want to recognize one more time the four newest certified firefighters on the York Village Fire Department. FF Ryan Michel, FF Mac Poulin, FF Adam Schoff and FF Adam Stone. These four men spent their own time to complete a 300 hour program to become certified interior firefighters for the Town of York. The Read More →

FF Adam Stone with Chief Chris Balentine at the Firefighter 1 & 2 Graduation

We are proud to announce another graduate of the Firefighter 1 & 2 class, Adam Stone.  FF Stone joined the York Village Fire Department earlier this year and has spent around 300 hours in this class.  We are extremely grateful to have such a large membership of volunteer firefighters, especially a large group who are fully Read More →

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This year the weather wasn’t particularly great, despite that, York Village Fire turned out with 33 marching members for the annual Memorial Day parade through York Village. Here are a few shots of the marching unit coming through town. Thank You to Jaimie Leighton for the use of her photographs!!!!

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Two members of York Village Fire, FF Josh Allen and FF Mac Poulin, took a quick trip to Boston this morning to pay respects to the fallen members of the Boston Fire Department.  Lt. Edward J. Walsh and FF Michael R Kennedy, both members of Engine 33, lost their lives in a 9 alarm fire Read More →

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York Village Fire reminds you all to change your batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors today!!! Further, we recommend that you replace your smoke detectors every 10 years and carbon monoxide detectors every 5 years. You can find the date of manufacture stamped on the back of the detectors, this will keep Read More →