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Court Avenue building damaged by fire expected to be razed

JEFFERSONVILLE — A commercial building on Court Avenue that housed 11 tenants before a fire just over two weeks ago is expected to be demolished pending completed investigations into the fire's cause.

Kensington Avenue fire displaces seven residents, injures firefighters in Somerville

Around 2 a.m. in the morning of Dec. 30, the Somerville Fire Department responded to a house fire at 20 Kensington Ave.

Plumes of smoke, flames in commercial section of S.I. injures 3...

Multiple FDNY units responded Sunday afternoon to a commercial section of Forest Avenue in Mariners Harbor for a fire inside a one-story building.

Firefighter burned, five residents injured in house fire in San Diego

A firefighter was burned and five residents were hurt — including three children who suffered smoke inhalation — in a house fire in the Oak Park area Wednesday evening, fire officials said.

Firefighters battle two blazes in Montgomery

Montgomery firefighters battled two fires Monday after an active Christmas weekend of extinguishing structure fires.

Overnight fire causes significant damage inside Charlotte theater’s auditorium

A fire early Monday damaged part of Theatre Charlotte's auditorium on Queens Road, the theater said.

Los Angeles firefighters and paramedics receive first COVID-19 vaccine doses

Firetrucks and paramedic paraphernalia were cleared out and vials and needles rolled in Monday as a downtown Los Angeles fire station transformed into a vaccination site for the city's firefighters to receive their first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.

Brush fire in Fallbrook that charred more than 4,200 acres 90...

A brush fire that ignited late Wednesday in North County and burned more than 4,200 acres was 90 percent contained by Saturday evening, authorities said.

Tipped kerosene heater leaves Canton family homeless for holidays

CANTON Jessica Claw said she was just about to go to sleep when her fiance noticed the garage was on fire.

Fire chief’s quick actions help contain house fire in Cicero

Cicero, N.Y. — Cicero Fire Chief George Barrett ran into a burning home this afternoon armed only with a handheld fire extinguisher.