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  • Ladder Training

    The Newtown Square Fire Company has once more demonstrated that the foundation of a safe and efficient operation is training. The combination of changing needs and a collection of newer volunteers became the motivation for a collection of recent training ...
  • Plan and practice Don't Panic

    Each year, members of the Newtown Square Fire Company are required to acquire multiple, mandatory certifications.   One of these important, lifesaving programs is currently being cited in the pulp and electronic media.  The local firefighte...
  • Fund Drive begins

    One of the events of late winter and early spring is the annual funding appeal from a longstanding and valued part of Newtown Township daily living.  The Newtown Square Fire Company’s 2009 Fund Drive has an increased need this year.  ...
  • Staying safe in the spring

    Sports conditioning is often not seen on the television, yet even professional athletes work to be in playing condition for each game.   The Newtown Square Fire Company has suggested that this concept become a part of all around-the-home activit...
  • Take a hike for safety

    The rains of early April bring more than May flowers. One seasonal event is the budding of trees and bushes and the initial stages of a burst of growth of grass add a readiness of vegetation. As the magnolia, the colorful dogwood, cherry trees, and, the f...
  • Newtown Square fire crews busy

    A late Thursday evening, March 12, fire crew meal at the Newtown Square Fire Company’s station was abruptly interrupted by an emergency dispatch that busied the local volunteers for approximately 71 very active minutes. The 8:49 p.m. dispatch aired ...
  • Burnt acres

    Firefighters from both Delaware and Chester counties recently relived a type of fire that was once a common firefighter activity prior to the current land development explosion.  Following the more than two and half hour fire battle, an estimated 27 ...
  • Fireplaces need attention

    While the not all homes within the Newtown Square Fire Company’s Fire Protection District have fireplaces, they are still a favorite way of mood setting and supplemental heating.  In addition to their twin comfort identities, fireplaces are als...
  • Special evening event

    When a timely invitation was received by members of the Newtown Square emergency service providing organization the message was one of surprise.  Through the inspiration of Roland Buccialia, the chaplain of both the Newtown Square Fire Company and th...
  • Wind Whipped Fire

    The Newtown Square Fire Company has been very active during the 2008-2009 winter with emergencies that have been spawned by heavier than normal winds.  The most recent of these weather-related Fire Company activity dispatched fire apparatus to Bryn M...
  • Ladder rescue aids in medical emergency

    Concerned family members were recently upset when they could not make contact with a Newtown Square resident.   These concerns resulted in the Newtown Township Police going to the Woodbrook House residence of the unreachable resident.  ...
  • Alternatives for Super Bowl parties

    One of the safety themes of their yearly suggestions from the Newtown Square Fire Company has a football focus.   Chief Doug Everlof has suggested that one of the seasonal sports highlights this time of the year is the Super Bowl and Super Bowl parti...
  • Fatal Accident

    Newtown Township became both a bottleneck in pre holiday traffic and newsmaker for local electronic news facilities.  These events were the result of a Monday, December 22 single vehicle accident on PA 252 near Saw Mill Road. This accident resulted i...
  • Breakfast with Santa

    Come join your local volunteers and Santa for Breakfast  Sunday, December 14 7AM to 1PM Adults $7 and Children $4. ...
  • 2008 Santa Rides Announced

    December 19 (Red area below)Precinct 1- Springton Pointe, Springton Pointe Estates, Llangollen, Precinct 2 – Shopping Center Area, Valley View Area,  the Avenues, Precinct 3- Lower Saint Albans (Ridgefield, Brookside, Bryn Mawr Ave)Precinct 4 - New...
  • Santa once more joins Newtown Square firefighters

    During the recent Tree Lighting at St. Alban’s Circle in Newtown Square, Santa met with a group of Newtown Square firefighters. Santa and the local volunteer emergency service providers established the timetable for two, upcoming holiday events.The...
  • Vendor Show

    Please come and join us for our 3rd Vendor Show on Friday, November 21st from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Newtown Square Fire House.  Everyone is welcome.  Come and support your local volunteer fire company.  For more information you can conta...
  • Leaves are not always pretty

    At this time of the year, others are joining Newtown Square firefighters in their dislike of leaves.  Yes, they have a nice appearance when placed in a scrapbook or as a part of a collection.  When wet, their characteristics and appeals change w...
  • Killer candle

    As a Newtown Square Fire Company member recently learned, bad news travels quickly.  The bad news came from the western part of Pennsylvania. The story, complete with a personal note express anger about the unattended use of candles, told of the deat...
  • Changes help prevent injuries

    Newtown Square Fire Company members have a common goal of sharing safety concepts.  One of the local firefighters demonstrated this through dialog with fellow member and Emergency Medical Advisor Lisa Migliori. The shared conversation began with an o...