“No More”

WORCESTER, MA – “No More.” Those were the words spoken by Worcester Fire Chief Mike McNamee fifteen years ago today when he stood between 15 of his men and the burning Worcester Cold Storage building on Franklin Street. Chief McNamee knew that sending any more men into what had now become a furnace would ultimately […]

Funeral for Boston Fire Lt. Edward Walsh

https://youtu.be/S9dpRPZQzHo CAMBRIDGE, MA – Members of the Goshen Fire Department were among the estimated 10,000 firefighters that attended the funeral services yesterday for Boston firefighter Edward Walsh. Lt. Walsh and his partner Michael Kennedy were killed last week while fighting a 9-alarm fire on Beacon Street in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. Moments before the casket […]

Wires Down and on Fire

GOSHEN, MA – A late season winter storm visited the region overnight on Wednesday leaving the roads covered in an inch of slush and trees and power lines with ice. Once casualty of the storm was a power line on Old Goshen Road carrying 8,000 volts of electricity. Goshen fire department personnel responded to the […]