Firehouse


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Firehouse

A building for fire equipment and the housing of firefighters. Firehouses are characterized by a combination of features, primarily, a garage and living quarters. Their particular size and shape sets them apart from other buildings.
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If there was one bright moment that surfaced from the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, I like to think it was the creation of the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.
Most firehouse dogs have retired but they faithfully carry on as the symbol for fire protection.
Plans to build a new Thurston firehouse were prompted by the discovery of widespread water damage and toxic mold inside the existing station in 2005.
Interactive publisher Dave Iannone said that "increased investment in Firehouse.com will help to significantly expand the online offerings.
While New York City spends over $1 million a year to run a firehouse, its volunteer departments provide the same service for about $45,000--the average salary of a single city firefighter.
Nothing elicits a sense of pride at fire stations across the country quite like a firehouse kitchen that produces quality eats, especially chili.
Notes: a mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on may 25, 2017 at 10:00 am in the 3rd floor conference room of firehouse #1, 825 east capital street, springfield il 62701.
Like the firehouse, that building, at 98 Beacon St., is made of brick, but is still vulnerable to fire.
Her tasty night started at London's most fashionable restaurant and bar The Chiltern Firehouse.
The Eugene Fire & EMS Department has reprinted its popular firehouse cookbook, "Favorite Recipes from Eugene Fire & EMS." The book also features recipes from firehouse chefs and a generous helping of homespun firehouse humor.
Firehouse Subs in downtown Little Rock could be moving as soon as July 31 when its lease at 115 E.