Union Leaders: NYC Likely To Face Dramatic Drop In Services If First Responders Forced To Comply With Vaccine MandateMayor Bill de Blasio's COVID-19 vaccine mandate is generating major pushback from public employee unions.
Another 25 Names Added To FDNY Memorial Wall Honoring Members Who Died Of 9/11 IllnessesOfficials have said 75% of the firefighters who responded on 9/11 now have some form of illness.
Rescue App Pinpoints Emergency Calls In SecondsRecent emergencies due to Ida have pointed out how important it is to get help quickly, and now, there's new life-saving technology to help cut down response time.
Exclusive: First Responders Rescue Teenager Stuck In An Open Drain Pipe In MamaroneckGabby Cifuentes said she and her sister were playing ball while their parents were in a nearby tent distributing essentials to families affected by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
Westchester County's Girls On Fire Initiative Offers Teenage Girls Hands-On Experience In Emergency ServicesWhile learning about fire, dispatch, emergency management, EMS and more, the girls are also getting paid.
Nonprofit Distributes Grants To Help First Responders Get Mental Health Support: 'It's OK To Not Be OK'Multiple local organizations will receive grants totaling $100,000.
COVID Vaccine: Teenage First Responders In New Jersey Excited About Receiving First Pfizer DoseSome of New Jersey's youngest eligible residents were vaccinated Thursday in Union County.
Drive-Thru Toy Giveaway Offers Holiday Cheer, Some Sense Of Normalcy For Children Of NYC First RespondersThe First Responders Children's Foundation, started in the wake of 9/11, launched its first ever Toy Express this year. Organizers say they wanted to support essential workers, many of whom developed COVID while on the front lines.
Paterson Says 'Thank You' To First Responders On Front Lines Of Coronavirus Pandemic With Labor Day LuncheonLive music, lunch and so much more were set up in the heart of the city as a "thank you" to those who got us through the worst of COVID-19.
First Responders Fighting To Keep Their Jobs As New York City Threatens Potential LayoffsThey were on the frontlines against COVID-19, but now they're fighting to keep their jobs.
Gov. Murphy: Feds Must Step Up With Funding Or New Jersey Could Be Forced To Lay Off First Responders, EducatorsOn Friday, New Jersey estimated its revenue loss at $10 billion.
'PAPR' Protection Helping Some First Responders Feel Confident They Can Safely Respond To Coronavirus PatientsDuring this pandemic, personal protective equipment such as N95 masks have become difficult for first responders to get their hands on.
Procession Held For Colorado Paramedic Who Died From Coronavirus While Volunteering In NYCCommunity members and first responders lined the streets as the body of 66-year-old Paul Cary was taken to Newark Liberty Airport from Staten Island.
Front-Line Mount Sinai Hospital Doctor Gets Special Thank You In The Form Of Fire Escape Marriage ProposalCheers for health care workers may have sounded a bit louder one recent night on the Upper East Side.
'Letters To Our Heroes Campaign' Stops Sunday To Thank First Responders At Levittown Fire DepartmentSome young people on Long Island are keeping their letter-writing skills sharp by thanking first responders.