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The UFA Scholarship Fund – Apply Now!

Dependent children of active, retired, or deceased Firefighters, Fire Marshals, or Marine Wipers who are full-time students, and active UFA members and their spouses are eligible to apply for scholarship awards for UNDERGRADUATE education. Dependent children and spouses of LOD deceased UFA members, and dependent children of non-LOD deceased UFA members are also eligible to […]

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Save the date: Roanoke 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb

Posted: Sunday, August 28, 2016 12:00 am By Karen Belcher 981-3402 A way for firefighters and members of the community to honor and remember the FDNY firefighters, police and EMS who died in the line of duty. Each participant will pay tribute to a FDNY firefighter, police officer or EMS by climbing the equivalent […]

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FDNY block party promotes fire safety

Dozens of Bronx residents came out to Morris Avenue on Saturday afternoon for a block party held by the fire department. Attendees got the chance not only to eat food and listen to music, but also to learn how to perform CPR, tour the fire house and check out the fire trucks. Kids even had the […]

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Car bursts in flames in Midtown hotel garage

A BMW parked in the garage of the Sheraton Hotel in Midtown burst into flames Thursday, destroying four cars around it, fire officials said. The vehicle, parked three levels below grade of the 53-story hotel on 7th Avenue and 53rd Street, went ablaze at around 12:30 p.m., sending more than 50 firefighters to the scene. […]

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City Re-Scoring FDNY’s Lieutenant Promotional Exam for Third Time

The city is re-scoring the FDNY’s lieutenant promotional exam for a third time after officials say human error led to botched test scores. The Department of Citywide Administrative Services says the score has two parts: a multiple-choice exam that’s combined with a score determined by a firefighter’s seniority and department awards. The agency says the […]

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FDNY-2 Families Displaced in Queens Fire FDNY

A fire in Queens has displaced two families, officials say. Flames tore through multiple apartments at 69-01 Myrtle Ave. in Glendale Thursday night, according to fire officials. The fire started in the basement and quickly spread to the first and second floors. No residents were hurt, but two firefighters sustained minor injuries. Authorities are investigating […]

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