Keyword: Fire
23 results total, viewing 1 - 20
Retired Peoria Fire-Medical Department Capt. David Rehnke, 59, succumbed last month to a 10-year battle with renal cell carcinoma. His death was considered to be in the line of duty caused by … more
The Mesa Fire and Medical Department was dispatched to the following fires Feb. 11-16: Dumpster fire in a vehicle parking area, 12:16 a.m. Feb. 11, 2000 block of North Country Club Drive. … more
One employed and two retired fire officials are finalists for a new Superstition Fire and Medical District chief and are to tour local facilities and be interviewed in March. “The … more
The Mesa Fire and Medical Department was dispatched to the following fires Feb. 4-10: Alarm fire in the 4400 block of East Holmes Avenue, 8:29 a.m. Feb. 4 — alarm system sounded due to … more
Peoria residents might not be familiar with the community paramedicine program that is part of the city’s fire-medical department, but that could change moving forward. more
The Superstition Fire and Medical District board may meet Wednesday in a closed-door executive session to discuss the recruitment and selection of a fire chief. The board meets at 5:30 p.m. Feb. … more
Arizona Fire & Medical Authority officials are actively looking for ways to improve quality of service for Sun City West. more
The Superstition Fire and Medical District board will have meetings Feb. 11 and 12 that include closed-door executive sessions to discuss the recruitment and selection of a fire … more
Goodyear staff will explore a request to annex 1,250 acres of mostly undeveloped farmland near Queen Creek Road and 187th Avenue that could lead to development of a 4,600-home master-planned community known as Estrella Highlands. more
The Peoria Fire-Medical Department will now have more room for its fleet vehicles and other associated equipment. more
Over the years, Dean Slack, 83, has donated his time to the Peoria community in an astounding variety of ways. His dedication to the community has earned him a nomination for the first Peoria … more
Goodyear Fire Station 186, a 12,587-square-foot facility designed to ensure firefighters’ long-term health, is now in service. more
Goodyear experienced tremendous growth in 2020, with dozens of industrial and housing projects wrapping up or getting under way, and small businesses opening, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The new year is expected to bring more of the same, and the city itself has some major projects that will come to fruition or get under way in 2021. more
Peoria Fire-Medical Department retired Capt. David Rehnke, 59, succumbed to a 10-year battle with Renal Cell Carcinoma on Jan. 11, 2021. more
While most of Surprise’s development since 2014-15 has filled in the gaps for unfinished projects and areas of town, expansion into the city’s desert edges was always on the horizon. more
Several garbage trucks, which run on compressed natural gas, caught fire and were damaged at Scottsdale’s North Corporate Yard, fire department officials say. Both Scottsdale and Phoenix … more
The Tempe Fire Department has requested --- and now approved by Tempe City Council earlier this month --- a transfer of funds to help the construction of Fire Station 6, 655 Ash Ave. The request … more
COVID-19 has changed the way many of us will be celebrating the holidays. But one thing that is sure to be on the menu are fireworks. They’re festive and fun, but also dangerous. more
BoSa Donuts may take a little bit longer than expected to make its debut in Goodyear. more
Approving an agreement in a consent agenda for Ultimate Kronos Group cloud-based human resources software is planned at the Dec. 16 meeting of the Superstition Fire and Medical District board. The … more
1 | 2 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 90 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.