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Pa. EMS squad purchases ambulance with FEMA grant

- 10/28/2014

By Frank Andruscavage The Republican & Herald BARNESVILLE, Pa. — The Ryan Township Emergency and Rescue Squad dedicated its new ambulance during ceremonies on Saturday. The company ...

Ky. EMS agency honored as among best in state

- 10/27/2014

By Tim Preston The Daily Independent LEXINGTON, Ky. — Boyd County’s emergency medical responders were recently recognized and awarded for being among the best in the state, with ...

Wis. fire department awarded grant for EMS training

- 10/23/2014

The Courier WATERLOO, Wis. — The Waterloo Fire Department has received a grant for $4,492.88 from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services for emergency medical services training. The ...

Tenn. city receives grant to renovate fire, ambulance station

- 10/23/2014

The Crossville Chronicle CRAB ORCHARD, Tenn. — Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam recently approved more than $28 million in Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to assist Tennessee ...

FDNY receives grant for female firefighter training

- 10/22/2014

The FDNY Foundation has received an $11K grant to support the United Women Firefighters (UWF) Physical Training Program for Female Firefighter Candidates. “The FDNY is committed to ...

Mass. fire department awarded grant for notification system

- 10/16/2014

The Landmark HOLDEN, Mass. — Holden Emergency Management has been awarded a grant for Emergency Preparedness in the amount of $8,435. Fire Chief Jack Chandler said the department ...

Use this analysis tool for a better EMS grant proposal

- 10/14/2014

Building a strong argument for your grant proposal is not an easy task, but using a cause-and-effect analysis to determine which areas to focus on can make the process a lot easier. First, ...

Ga. fire department awarded $300K for response boat

- 10/10/2014

WJCL SAVANNAH, Ga. — Savannah Fire and Emergency Services received a nearly $300,000 federal matching grant, officials announced Thursday, that supports the continued implementation ...

Wis. fire departments receive grants for fighting wildfires

- 10/10/2014

The Wisconsin Rapid Tribune MADISON, Wis. — Several Wisconsin Rapids-area fire departments are among 222 departments across the state to receive grants for forest fire prevention. The ...

Ky. county awarded $44K for new radio consoles

- 10/10/2014

By Janie Slaven The McCreary County Record WHITLEY CITY, Ky. — McCreary County officials got some good news last week with the approval of two major grant applications. 911/EMS Director ...

$1M grant helps train Ohio firefighters

- 10/02/2014

WDTN SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — A new $1 million grant will be helping firefighters move out of the classroom, and into real world situations. The $1 million check was presented today at ...

Conn. fire department receives $900K FEMA grant

- 10/01/2014

By David Morgan CTnow HARTFORD, Conn. — City officials were joined by Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Rep. John Larson Wednesday to accept a federal grant on behalf of the fire department ...

N.C. hospital awarded $255K grant to install AEDs in churches

- 10/01/2014

By Alan Bulluck Jefferson Post JEFFERSON, N.C. — Ashe Memorial Hospital (AMH) announced on Friday, Sept. 26 they have received a grant worth approximately $255,048, over the next three ...

Calif. medics, hospital staff lead video dance competition

- 09/22/2014

The video, where they wear pink and dance to Pharrell Williams “Happy,” is in the running for a $15,000 prize sponsored by a medical supply company

Calif. medics, hospital staff lead video dance competition

- 09/22/2014

By Monica Rodriguez Inland Valley Daily Bulletin POMONA, Calif. — A 90-second video in which Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center personnel, some patients and La Verne firefighters ...

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