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Firefighters Daniel Swift and Michael DiMaio Awarded Scholarships

The officers and members of the Mendham Fire Department are pleased to announce that Firefighters Daniel Swift and Michael DiMaio are the recipients of the 2017 Mendham Fire Department Scholarship. Each student-firefighter was awarded $1,250 from the Mendham Independent Hook & Ladder Company at the Mendham High School Awards ceremony on June 12, 2017. continue reading →


111th Annual Dinner

This evening the Mendham Fire Department will celebrate accomplishments occurring in 2016 at its 111h Annual Dinner celebration. continue reading →


Shopping Center Fire: December 28, 2016

On Wednesday, December 28, the Mendham Fire Department was dispatched to the Kings Shopping Center for a vehicle fire. Upon arrival, responding members reported the the fire had spread into multiple store and a propane powered truck fully engulfed in flames beneath power lines&mdasdh;not exactly routine. Thankfully there were no injuries. continue reading →


In Memoriam: Liber Panella

Firefighter Liber D. “Lee” Panella, 92, passed away at Memory Care Center in Chester on November 14, 2016 after a short illness.

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In Memoriam: Willard Bergman

The officers and members of the Mendham Fire Department regret to announce the passing of Firefighter Willard “Bill” Bergman. He will be missed by all who knew him.

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In Memoriam: Frederick Watkins

Frederick E. Watkins, Jr., 83 years old of Wall, NJ died Wednesday August 24, 2016 at home. He was born in Morristown, NJ and lived in Fort Myers, FL before moving to Wall. continue reading →


Lightning Safety

Summer is the peak time of the year for lightning strikes and lightning fires. However, lightning does occur year round. It’s important to be prepared for this dangerous weather phenomenon. continue reading →


Downed Power Line Safety

Touching a power line can cause serious injury or death. You can’t tell by looking whether a line is “live” or “hot” or not. Even if a downed line isn’t actively sparking, always assume it is carrying electricity.
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