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When Edmondson Village was getting ready to open 72 years ago, an article in The Sun praised it as “a suburban shopping center of harmonious design, said to be unique in American city planning.”
Firefighters are battling a multi-alarm blaze inside a home on Winthrop Street in Quincy, WCVB resports
A large fire broke out across from the historic Castro Theatre early Saturday morning, injuring two people and displacing a number of residents.
More than 60 Broward firefighters spent about four hours early Saturday morning battling two luxury yacht fires that caused nearly $20 million in damage.
A man allegedly stabbed his wife, set their house on fire and seriously injured himself during a chaotic scene in Tompkinsville Saturday night, according to a spokesman for the NYPD.
A fast-moving fire tore through a Brooklyn warehouse early Friday, sending two firefighters to the hospital, authorities said.
Lehigh Township police say a man found naked and bloody at the scene of a 2-alarm house fire Thursday night faces numerous criminal charges.
The 21-year-old son of a Jamesburg man who was found dead Wednesday in a house fire was arrested and charged with killing his father and another person, and intentionally starting the blaze, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office announced Friday.
Eighteen employees of the Los Angeles Fire Department earned more than $200,000 in overtime pay last fiscal year, with one firefighter making $360,010 in overtime alone, according to an audit released Wednesday by City Controller Ron Galperin.