Ladder Truck Funding Proposal Headed to Canton Electors

Ladder Truck Funding Proposal Headed to Canton Electors January 21, 2015  By: John Fitts, Editor Ladder 2, shown here at Sam Collins Day, is currently out of service. Next month voters can decide whether to approve bonding for a replacement vehicle. Early next month town electors will decide whether to bond as much as $950,000… Read More »

CANTON COMPASS: Fireplace & Wood Stove Ashes: Fire Prevention Starts with Proper Containment

First Response: A Public Safety Community Forum Fireplace & Wood Stove Ashes: Fire Prevention Starts with Proper Containment December 26, 2014  By: Richard Hutchings, Chief, Town of Canton Volunteer Fire & EMS Department Fire Dispatch: Barbourtown Road. Structure fire. Shed and adjacent, 500-gallon propane tank fully involved. Exposures: Residence, about 25 feet from fire. Cause… Read More »

HARTFORD COURANT: Paramedics Proposed For Canton Ambulance Service

By: Ken Byron Paramedics Proposed For Canton Ambulance Service. Improvements have been proposed for Canton’s ambulance service. November 28, 2014 CANTON — Fire department officials are recommending that the town’s ambulance service be upgraded to include paramedics, a proposal that could cost nearly $300,000 or more. Leaders of the Canton Volunteer Fire & EMS Department outlined… Read More »