Elected Officials, First Responders Gather For Fallen Heroes DayElected officials and first responders from across the state gathered at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens on Friday for Fallen Heroes Day, honoring the 15 police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and other medical personnel who died in 2021 and 2022.
Fallen Heroes Day: Remembering The Baltimore-Area First Responders Who Made The Ultimate SacrificeFriday marks Fallen Heroes Day in Maryland. Every year, the occasion is marked by a ceremony that honors first responders who gave their lives in the line of duty. This year, we will remember an unprecedented 15 fallen heroes, seven of whom died as a result of COVID-19.
John McMaster, Hospitalized After Stricker St. Collapse Shares Video Message On International Firefighters' Day"I've witnessed first-hand the dedication and commitment demonstrated by our firefighters to protect the lives of others and our community."
Baltimore's Fallen Firefighters Get An Earth Day TreeMayor Brandon Scott said on Saturday that he was filled with joy after watching the community come together to celebrate the lives of three Baltimore firefighters who died while battling a house fire in January.
Fallen Baltimore Firefighters Butrim, Sadler And Lacayo To Be Honored Before NASCAR Race At Dover Motor SpeedwayFamily members of Baltimore firefighters Lt. Paul Butrim, Lt. Kelsey Sadler and Kenny Lacayo, and Clayton Fire Company Fire Chief John M. Pridemore, have been invited to participate in a lap atop fire trucks before the NASCAR Cup Series race.
Family Members Of Slain Officer Keona Holley, Fallen Baltimore Firefighters To Throw First Pitch At Orioles Home OpenerThe ceremonial first pitch will honor Baltimore Officer Keona Holley, who died after an ambush shooting, and three Baltimore firefighters who lost their lives in a vacant building collapse.
Mayor Scott To Pledge $100M To Housing Equity InitiativesBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott is scheduled to make a public appearance on Friday to pledge $100 million in federal funding to housing initiatives intended to help city residents and families.
Over $21K Each Raised For Families Of Baltimore's Fallen FirefightersMore than $21,000 has been raised for each of the families of four firefighters involved in January’s deadly building collapse in West Baltimore.
City Councilmember Introduces Bill To Establish New Safety Restrictions For FirefightersNearly a month after three Baltimore firefighters were killed and a fourth injured in the partial collapse of a vacant rowhouse, a councilmember has introduced legislation that would establish new safety restrictions.
ATF Releases New Video Of Person Of Interest In Fatal South Stricker Street FireThe Baltimore field division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives on Friday released new video footage of a person of interest in the vacant rowhome fire that killed three firefighters.
Family And Friends Gather At Private Viewing For Fallen Firefighter Paul ButrimFamily and friends gathered today to bid a final farewell to firefighter Lt. Paul Butrim.
Firefighters From Across The Country Attend Memorial Service For 3 Baltimore FirefightersThousands of firefighters showed up at Wednesday morning's memorial service for fallen firefighters Lt. Paul Butrim, Lt. Kelsey Sadler, and Kenny Lacayo.
Thousands Turn Out To Honor Fallen Firefighters' Final Ride Through BaltimoreHundreds of fire trucks left the Baltimore Convention Center in a powerful show of respect for three firefighters who died when part of a burning house collapsed on them last week.
Local First Responders Take Over For Baltimore's Firefighters During Memorial ServiceFire and medic crews from all over Maryland and Washington, D.C., covered for the Baltimore City Fire Department Wednesday in what was described as an “unprecedented” level of mutual aid.
Loved Ones Reflect On Lives Of Baltimore Firefighters Killed In The Line Of DutyA mentor who threw himself into his job. A sister who lived her life to the fullest. An optimist who was hopeful even in tough times. Those were some of the ways loved ones remembered three fallen Baltimore firefighters.