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Displaying items by tag: roanokerapidsfiredepartment

Roanoke Rapids paused to remember the 17th anniversary of 9-11 terrorist attacks this morning at Centennial Park.

Wednesday, 29 August 2018 12:32

Tuesday night gas leak required no evacuations

A gas leak outside Signature HealthCARE late Tuesday night forced no evacuations of the facility on East Fourteenth Street, according to the Roanoke Rapids Fire Department.

Wednesday, 29 August 2018 10:02

Tyndall show to help firefighter in lymphoma battle

As the Roanoke Rapids Theatre continues booking acts for its fall entertainment series, one show has been selected to help a Roanoke Rapids firefighter battling a rare form of lymphoma.

Wednesday, 22 August 2018 16:27

Tenth Street reopened following propane leak

Tenth Street is back open after Roanoke Rapids firefighters went in and shut off the emergency shut off system to a propane tank at Builders FirstSource.

Roanoke Rapids firefighters continue to monitor a propane leak at Builders FirstSource which forced the evacuation of several businesses in and around the Tenth Street area.

Friday, 17 August 2018 19:24

Photo gallery: Fire Safety Fair

The Roanoke Rapids Fire Department held its annual Fire Safety Fair this evening at Kirkwood Adams.

The Roanoke Rapids Fire Department will host its fourth Fire Safety Fair next Friday.

Roanoke Rapids firefighters donned lime green T-shirts today to show support for a shift leader who has been diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma.

George Graves had nothing but rave reviews as Roanoke Rapids firefighters canvassed the 200 block of Madison Street to give out and install new smoke alarms for those who needed them.

Wednesday, 20 June 2018 12:11

Council honors longtime employees

Roanoke Rapids City Council and department heads honored two retirees with more than 60 years between them Tuesday night.

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