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Tommy Cole, NCSFA Past President, Promoted to Assistant Chief, Pinecroft Sedgefield Fire District, Inc.

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  To: All Personnel From: Steve Allred, Fire Chief Re: Assistant Fire Chief Promotion It gives me great pleasure to announce the promotion of Tommy Cole to the position of Assistant … More...

Legislative Issues Facing North Carolina Firefighters

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The Board of the North Carolina State Firemen's Association recognizes the importance of being actively involved in Legislative issues affecting our members, as well as issues affecting the delivery … More...

Criminal History Checks on Firefighters and Rescue Members

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Last year the General Assembly passed HB 698 which allowed Fire Chief’s to conduct criminal background checks on new and existing personnel, volunteer or career. These checks (G.S. 143B-943) are at … More...

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  • Nash County Firefighters Battle Tavern Blaze Wednesday January 28, 2015
    NASH COUNTY - Shortly after 23:00 hours on January 25, Nash County 911 began receiving calls reporting flames coming from the roof of the bar and tavern known as the "Hard Luck Saloon" (formerly known as "Bachelors Tavern") located at 813 East Nash Street in the Spring Hope section of Nash County.
  • Sound the Alarm Through Social Media Sunday January 18, 2015
    This presentation on Social Media for the fire service was presented at the Fire Service Improvement Conference in Columbia, SC.
  • Charlotte Ladder 32 Collision Sunday December 21, 2014
    CHARLOTTE - Charlotte Ladder 32 was involved in a collision early Sunday morning.
  • Nash County Firefighters Attack Moving Blaze Friday December 19, 2014
    NASH COUNTY - On Sunday December 7, Nash County 911 received a call reporting a farm house on fire on Halifax Road in the Dortches section of Red Oak. Fire units from Red Oak, West Mount and Nashville along with Nash County EMS units were dispatched.