Posts filed under: Fire & Rescue

As part of the HeartSafe Community CVFRS will be offering multiple blood pressure clinics every month...
Charlotte Vol Fire & Rescue is hosting a series of blood pressure clinics at Town Hall and the Library this month as part of their HeartSafe Community education program. Clinic...
Santa stopped by for a visit Sunday at the Charlotte Fire and Rescue station. ...
On the morning of December 11, Charlotte Fire and Rescue received a call that a dog had fallen through the ice on Charlotte Pond, off Guinea Road. Fire and Rescue...
All you children get your lists ready. Santa Claus is making a pit stop at the Charlotte Fire and Rescue on Sunday, December 10th from 1pm - 3pm. He will...
When Adrianna comes to CVFRS for training nights on Wednesdays, she always brings her big smile and quick laugh. She was born in Burlington and grew up alongside her brother...
Marc was born in Winthrop, Maine, in 1994 and is the eldest of two boys. His father is a chemical engineer for a paper company. His mother, who must be...
On Nov. 2, 2017, Kidde announced a recall of almost 38 million fire extinguishers sold in the United States. They may not work during a fire emergency if they become...
Jenna Lindemann was born in 1991 and raised in Shelburne. Her father is an insurance professional and her mother is an expert seamstress and sewer who applies those skills at...
With recent headlines describing hurricanes, flooding, wildfires, earthquakes, hazardous spills and a host of other natural and man-made disasters nationally, it is worth taking a moment to review what all...
Charlotte has officially attained HEARTSafe status. “We are one of only 600 towns in the U.S. who have enough widespread CPR instruction, public access to defibrillators and high levels of...
With the change of new folks who work at Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services and many consistent per diems doing shifts, we would like to introduce rescue and fire...
Corporate President Tom Cosinuke grew up in Pennsylvania and graduated from Westtown School and Gettysburg College. Tom has been lucky to live in Vermont for the past 35 years. He...
Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services invites you to its Public Safety Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 21. CVFRS is located at 170 Ferry Road in...
The Charlotte Volunteer Fire and Rescue Services presented its quarterly report to the Selectboard at the board’s Sept. 25 meeting. CVFRS presented the unaudited 2017 end of year numbers and...
Submitted by Charlotte Fire Department Assistant Chief Rob Mullin On the afternoon of Aug. 31, 2017, a Swiftwater Rescue component of the Vermont Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 1...
Did you know that September is Nation Preparedness Month? With all the news lately the recent hurricane disaster in Texas and the south seems far away, but the video footage...
In July, Charlotte was designated a HEARTSafe Community through a program designed to promote survival from sudden out-of-hospital cardiac arrest....
Two fire chiefs, Shelburne Chief Jerry Ouimet and Charlotte Chief Dick St. George, oversee extrication drills conducted last week. The new “Jaws of Life" tools are battery powered instead of hydraulically...
Dan Cole | Contributor Editor’s note: The historic Breakenridge-Root house located at 4206 Greenbush Road caught fire on June 18. Charlotte Fire and Rescue was dispatched after smoke was seen...