Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Inc

2016 Incidents
January 92
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The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company is raising awareness and acceptance for autism by putting a patch on its vehicle throughout the month. (photo courtesy of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company)
The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company is raising awareness and acceptance for autism by putting a patch on its vehicle throughout the month. (photo courtesy of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company)

Glenville Volunteer Fire Co. Supporting Autism Awareness

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, April 07

By Paul Silverfarb
Sentinel Editor

The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company is known for giving back to the community. Whenever there’s a cause that needs attention, it seems to be doing whatever it can to help raise awareness.

And the month of April will be no exception. Several emergency vehicles will have a different, and much more colorful, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company logo, as the department ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire damages home in Pemberwick

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, March 24

GREENWICH — A fire caused extensive damage to a home on Riverdale Avenue in the Pemberwick section of town early Friday morning.

No one was injured during the fire, which tore through the upper level of the two-family house.

“The fire started in the rear of the building, unknown reason at this point,” said Deputy Chief Keith Millette, “It ended up in the roof.”

The fire started around 2 a.m., and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo: David Kravitz
Photo: David Kravitz

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Blizzard warning issued with higher snow totals

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, March 13

he weather forecast has gotten worse, that is, unless you like lots and lots of snow.

Early Monday morning, the National Weather Service posted a blizzard warning for Fairfield and New Haven counties from midnight Tuesday to midnight Wednesday.

It also increased the projected snowfall accumulation to 18 inches to two feet, a half-foot higher than Sunday’s projection. It expects snowfall rates to ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Pedestrian Killed on West Putnam Was a Man in His 80s

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, February 06

On Tuesday morning, Greenwich Police released an update on the pedestrian who was hit by a car while crossing West Putnam Ave on Monday night.

According to a release from Lt. John Slusarz of the Traffic Division, a Port Chester man in his 80s was crossing West Putnam Avenue at the intersection of Western Junior Highway at around 6:30pm when he was struck by a car and suffered serious injuries.

The ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Crews put out cooking fire at Greenwich restaurant

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, February 05

GREENWICH - Crews put out a fire at a restaurant Sunday morning that closed Greenwich Avenue for about an hour.

Deputy Fire Chief Brian Koczak said no one was injured in the flames and that the fire was contained to the cooking duct at The National restaurant on 376 Greenwich Ave.

The fire started shortly before 10:30 a.m. in the cooking area and extended up into the chimney and hood duct system, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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