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  • Fireworks are dangerous

    In discussing a seasonal danger, Newtown Square Fire Chief Doug Everlof stated, “This is the time of the year when temptation can lead to injury.”  His references dealt with the temptation of many people feel when they want to create the...
  • Early stroke recognition tools

    A recent experience shared by a former firefighter prompted Newtown Square Fire Company’s Emergency Medical Advisor to reissue a simple too for the quick recognition of a stroke.  In preparing this useful check list Lisa Migliori stressed, &ldq...
  • Seasonal grill safety

    Often one of the rewards for a productive “around-and-in- the home” day this time of the year is a home-cooked meal on the grill.  The Newtown Square enthusiastically endorsed this seasonal activity, one quick reservation.  In explai...
  • Dangerous gas leak

    With the cooler temperatures in midweek, life was beginning to return to a more normal pace on Wednesday, June 11 when a serious event other than weather occurred.  The 5:18 p.m., late afternoon calm of Newtown Township’s Springton Pointe Estat...
  • Summer safety

    While the propane-fueled gas grill continues to have a growing popularity, those outdoor cooks who like the tastes, aromas, and the opportunity of charcoal cooking continue to hold onto their favorite way of cooking.   While the portable charcoal met...
  • Seasonal safety

    As the rain and spring temperatures visit this region, the desire to mow and use other power tools increased.  This is the time of the year that the Newtown Square Fire Company renews its concerns about gasoline safety practices....
  • Hidden Danger

    A recent observation shared with a Newtown Square firefighter became an example of a concept that good intentions can have a bad side.  This story told of a negative impact when a shortcut was taken during the change of battery in a Smoke Detector....
  • Candles are a danger

    During a recent visit to a local card store, one the members of the Newtown Square Fire Company was drawn into a conversation about the dangers of candles.  While the aroma may have a way of helping reduce the stress of a busy day, the dangers of bur...
  • Vendor Show

    Please come and join us for our 2nd Vendor Show on Friday, May 9th from 6:30 to 9:00 PM at the Newtown Square Fire House.  Everyone is welcome.  For more information you can contact Sandy Robinson at 610-353-7157 or sandy_robinson@hotmail.com&nb...
  • New Rescue 41

      In a few weeks time the Newtown Square Fire Company will be proud owners of  a 2008 Pierce Velocity PUC.  This unit has been in the works for about a year now and we are extremely pleased with the final product. http://www.pierc...
  • Willistown blaze busies Newtown Square Fire Co

    When the Newtown Square Fire Company was dispatched to the 6000 block of Goshen Road, Willistown, Chester County on April 15, the resulting fire provided the potential of a reminiscent challenge.  The 11:30 a.m. dispatch aired the simple message, &ld...
  • Acme Receipts

     The Newtown Square Vol. Fire Co. Auxiliary collects Acme Receipt for the firefighters of Newtown Square.  Please collect and place you Acme receipts in the mailbox marked "Acme Receipts" infront of the firehouse, it is located on th...
  • Competitive Training

    When asked the question, “What is the quickest way to lift a bus?” the answer volunteered by Newtown Square firefighters will probably differ from the answers provided by non-firefighters.  The method that would be used by firefighters wo...
  • New Class B Uniforms

    Thanks to the Newtown Square Vol. Fire Co. Auxiliary Class B uniforms were purchased for all memebers.  Firefighter will utilize these uniforms for cover assignments, fire prevention week events, duty nights etc. Lt. Mike Kenny possing in his ne...
  • Our thoughts and prayers

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the Picozzi Family and the Officers & Members of Station 39 - Lower Chichester Fire Company.We wish a speedy recovery to the injured FireFighters's from Station 63 - GreenRidge Fire Company....
  • A February heart reminder

    February embraces Valentines Day. As a symbol of this special day, the heart and the color red will for many become a reminder of the romantic aspects of the heart.  The Newtown Square Fire Company, with its long and rich history of health educati...
  • Candles illuminate dangers

    As individuals age, their reflexes and other traits such taste and smell change.  As many experts state, the first step in adjusting to this natural process is the admission that people change with maturity....
  • Preparing for the party

    Safety on Super Bowl Sunday for many people may focus upon the concept of being safe in the stadium and during the commute both to and from the game. An equally important aspect of Super Bowl Safety addresses the events in the homes of many football fans ...
  • Rescue in Newtown Square

    Instead of a possible, mid-morning coffee break on Tuesday, January 15, construction workers at the SAP America facility had a different focus.  They watched as a coworker was being rescued by a collection of area fire and EMS for an expansion at Ame...
  • 2008 Officers

     The 2008 Officers of Newtown Square Fire Company are as follows:  Chief P. Douglas Everlof Deputy Chief Douglas Simpson Assistant Chief George Guyer ...