By Patrick O’Neill
ZANESVILLE, Ohio — Two hours after Belmont County law enforcement officials identified Brian Hatfield as a wanted man, the former Harrison Township ...
By Gregory Pratt
CHICAGO — Tinley Park severed its 35-year relationship with a local ambulance provider this summer in a move that officials said will save the town ...
By Gary Nelson
Crossville Chronicle, Tenn.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Tenn. — The Cumberland County Budget Committee voted to write off more than $13 million of bad debt owed to the county ...
By Sarah Fay Cambell
COWETA COUNTY, Ga. — Coweta County has hired a consultant to look at the financial feasibility of the county moving toward fire department-provided ...
By Renée Kiriluk-Hill
LAMBERTVILLE, N.J. — A 2011 "firefighter of the year" was charged today with stealing from the department where she had been a longtime ...
The Free Lance-Star
CULPEPER, Va. — Culpeper Fire and Rescue Association President Anthony Clatterbuck told the Board of Supervisors on Saturday that his volunteer members have begrudgingly ...
By Tracie Sullivan
PAROWAN, Utah — The bi-weekly Iron County Commission meeting was packed Monday with people demanding a voice in a recent decision made by the commissioners ...
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WOODBURN, Ore. — As a young man, Ray Schenewerk served in the US Navy. Later in life, he battled cancer, and twice went to the hospital in an ambulance.
He died last December, ...
By Samantha Madison
CARLISLE, Pa. — With a number of changes on the horizon in emergency medicine, companies are bound to run into some challenges that can make those switches ...
By Keith Strange
The Mount Airy News
DOBSON, N.C. — While officials note they are still trying to get the kinks worked out regarding the process, they say efforts to aggressively go ...
The Kansas City Star
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The protracted battle over who controls ambulance billing in Kansas City is far from over.
That’s good news for taxpayers, who stand ...
The husband and wife stole money and neglected bills bankrupting the company; they face charges for misconduct in public office, identity theft and fraud
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