BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Christopher Delmonte and Fire Chief Thomas Levy announce that Bridgewater will host its annual Fourth of July parade and fireworks tomorrow.
Three new firefighters joined the Bridgewater Fire Department on Monday as they graduated the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy as part of the Class of 254. Daniel Preach, Jonathan Hart and Neil Harrington were among the graduates representing 16 fire departments across the Commonwealth. Firefighter Richard Smith, a 14 year veteran of the Bridgewater Fire Department delivered […]
We posted this photo of our firefighters assisting a pup who had been found unconscious due to carbon monoxide poisoning late last month. The firefighters administered oxygen and were able to resuscitate the four-legged patient. The photo prompted immediate response from the community thanking the Department for their efforts. The photo spread across social media […]
The Board of Fire Prevention Regulations has adopted revised smoke alarm regulations that go into effect December 1, 2016. The changes apply only to one- and two-family residences built before January 1, 1975 that have not been substantially altered. If built or altered after that date, the smoke alarm requirements are established by the State […]
Bridgewater Fire Department is pleased to announce that its senior outreach program, Bridgewater Seniors First, was nominated for the Department of Fire Services 2016 Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year Award. This is the second year in a row that the program has been nominated for the award. The award, which is presented […]