Valparaiso Fire Department
VALPARAISO | Smoke from the grill and the scent of burgers and hot dogs wafted through ValPLAYso Thursday during the annual Picnic with the Firemen.
VALPARAISO | A Valparaiso firetruck caught fire Thursday about 8:45 a.m at the intersection of U.S 30 and Ind. 2.
VALPARAISO | The Valparaiso Fire Department is hosting a Child Safety Seat Clinic on Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The clinic will be held at the Valparaiso Fire Department Station 2, 2605 Cumberland Dr., Valparaiso. If you would like your child’s car seat installed; …
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso Firefighters Local 1124 will hold a spring plant and flower sale today through Saturday at the Local 1124 Conference & Training Center, 355 W. Evans Ave.
VALPARAISO | A fire late Saturday destroyed a Fagen Pharmacy for the second time in less than a year.
KOUTS | The lessons he learned in his EMT class came in handy for Spencer Finney during a basketball game at Kouts High School.
VALPARAISO | From transporting patients to restricting roads, more than a dozen agencies will have a hand Saturday in the move from Porter hospital to the new Porter Regional Hospital, about 8 miles away.
CENTER TOWNSHIP | The Valparaiso Fire Department's west side fire station was named Wednesday in honor of the longtime township trustee who helped make it a reality.
VALPARAISO | Martin Binder Jewelers and Valparaiso University's Heritage Hall were double winners at Wednesday's 44th Annual Greater Valparaiso Community Improvement Awards.
Someone had a medical emergency while sitting in one of our morning worship services.
VALPARAISO | Ever since she heard a fire prevention talk in fourth grade, Stephanie Hart has wanted to be a firefighter/paramedic. It took longer to decide to be a calendar model.
The Valparaiso Ethics Commission compounded the ethical conundrum facing the Valparaiso Fire Department by ruling Chief David Nondorf cannot remain chief now that his son has been hired by the department. That ruling should be put on hold and the ethics ordinance fixed.
The Times' Mark Kiesling, Doug Ross and Robert Blaszkiewicz discuss the impact of Valparaiso's ethics policy on the fire department.
We look forward to March for the hints of spring it brings. We're reminded that there's still green grass under that snow, and we're reminded of how far we have come during Women's History Month.
The rush to establish fire protection territories in Northwest Indiana is on, with at least three active proposals seeking to establish this new layer of local government. Are these proposals good for the citizens or just for the government?
Porter County officials may be facing some difficult decisions regarding the county's E911 system in the coming months.
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