Responding to the growing food hardship brought on by the COVID 19 health crisis, Harlem firefighters and police officers joined Friends of Public School Harlem to distribute boxes of food Continue Reading →
A white firefighter has sued the FDNY after claiming he was barred from participating in a color guard ceremony honoring deceased members of the Vulcan Society — a fraternal organization of Continue Reading →
A family of six, including four children, were killed in a fire that tore through a Harlem apartment building early Wednesday morning reports Metro USA.
On March 23rd, 2019, Mayor de Blasio delivers gave remarks at a plaque dedication ceremony for fallen Harlem firefighter Lieutenant Michael Davidson at Engine 69, Ladder 28, at 48 West Continue Reading →
The widow of a firefighter killed in a March 2018 fire in Harlem is suing Edward Norton‘s film company for her husband’s wrongful death, according to reports.
Patch reports that the lawyer representing a city fire marshal who claims the FDNY covered up the cause of a deadly Harlem fire to protect Hollywood filmmakers.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer issued the following statement:
NY Post reports that an FDNY probie helped prevent a Christmas season tragedy Friday by assisting in saving seven members of an East Harlem family who became trapped when a Continue Reading →
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