On 1/19/16 at approximately 5:00 pm the Hope Valley-Wyoming Fire District responded mutual aid to a reported structure fire in Richmond-Carolina Fire District. First arriving RCFD units on scene at the Carolina Nooseneck Road house reported heavy fire with all occupants out of the building. Fire crews from Hope Valley remained on scene until approximately 9:00pm not only battling the fire, but extremely ... (Full Story & Photos)
We are looking for four (4) citizens to work with the Hope Valley/Wyoming Fire District Board Members to form a committee to review and make changes to our current Charter. The meetings will be held at the Hope Valley/Wyoming Fire District located at 996 Main Street, Hope Valley, RI 02832 and will commence in the new year, time and dates of the meetings ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Sunday November 29th at 5pm there will be a community tree lighting at Depot Square Park. Following the tree lighting traditional carols will be sung! Light refreshments will follow in the Hope Valley Fire Department. Please come join our village community in our first ever tree lighting! ... (Full Story & Photos)
When most of us think about Thanksgiving, images of turkey, stuffing and time spent with loved ones typically come to mind, not fire hazards. However, an increased risk of fire is, in fact, a reality of Thanksgiving. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), three times as many home cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving as on a typical day.
Chimney maintenance is vital to your family’s safety.
• Have your chimney inspected and cleaned on a regular basis. Also clean pellet stoves per manufactures recommendations. • When possible, burn seasoned woods (dryness of the wood is more important than hard wood versus soft wood). • Smaller, hotter fires will burn more completely and produce less smoke than larger fires. • Do not burn cardboard ... (Full Story & Photos)
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