ROCHESTER — Chief Mark Klose is pleased to announce that the Rochester Fire Department will host its second annual Fire Safety Festival.
The Rochester Fire Department and its members are hosting a pancake breakfast to benefit Firefighter Tyler Thurber as he continues his fight against cancer.
Rochester’s firefighters and police officers have challenged each other to a Battle of the Badges blood drive
Assistant Fire Chief Mark Dupuis will be retiring from the Rochester Fire Department after 30 years of service to the city. Members of the public are invited to a ceremony celebrating his career and retirement, which will be held at 11 a.m. on June 15.
The Rochester Fire Department promoted two of its members, welcomed four new firefighters and staff and celebrated the retirement of one of its longtime call firefighters.