|Tue. Jun 13th 2017|
Quick Knock Down on Winter Street House Fire...
The early afternoon of June 13, 2017 the Hagerstown Fire Department was alerted for a house fire on Winter Street i...
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|Mon. Jun 12th 2017|
2nd Alarm Fire Displaces 46 Residents....
On the morning of June 12, 2017 the Hagerstown Fire Department was alerted, along with crews from the Long Meadow V...
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|Mon. Nov 21st 2016|
Working Apartment Fire on Salem Avenue...
Hagerstown stations were alerted to Box Alarm 3-4-7 for an apartment fire at 809 Salem Ave. at 09:33 hrs. Engine 4...
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FIRST HAGERSTOWN HOSE COMPANY
"THERE'S NOBODY BETTER IN THE CITY CENTER"
FIRST HAGERSTOWN HOSE CO. - WESTERN ENTERPRISE FIRE COMPANY
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FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS FROM 1:00 TO 7:00
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2nd Alarm Fire Displaces 46 Residents
A 2nd Alarm fire displaced 46 residents in the early morning hours of June 12, 2017. Please see our Call History page for the entire story.
Quick Knock of Winter Street House Fire
On the afternoon of June 13, 2017 Hagerstown Fire Department crews were alerted for a house fire on Winter Street in the West End of Hagerstown. Please see our Call History page for the entire story.
ACADEMY CADETS GRADUATE
On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, President Stevens, Vice-Presidents Stevens and Long and Captain Royce attended the graduation ceremony for the Washington County Technical High School Fire & Rescue Academy. We would like to congratulate Cadet Colleen Neogra of the First Hgerstown Hose Company on your graduation from this award winning program.
We would also like to congratulate Firefighter Cody Royce of the Clear Spring Vol. Fire Company for graduating as well. Both these individuals have worked hard to achieve their certifications through MFRI.
"Oldest Active Firehouse in the State"
Maryland is home to many historic fire companies, some of which date as far back as the early nineteenth century. Most old firehouses now serve as other multi-purpose uses, but in old cities like Hagerstown, there are still a fair amount of older ones that are still actively operated by the fire department.
Many of them share a rich heritage. Fire historian and intern with Preservation Maryland, Kurt Waters, has documented some of the state’s oldest and most unique firehouses that are still standing today.
The Hagerstown Firehouse of the First Hagerstown Hose Company, located on S. Potomac Street just south of Washington Street, is the oldest active firehouse in the entire State of Maryland.
The building was constructed in 1881 of a unique Italianate architecture. Today this firehouse is home to Hagerstown Engine Co. 1 which houses Engine #1 and Reserve Engine #1 as well as the Museum of Firefighting History!
We are constantly looking for photos that we can historically archive for our department.
Please contact us if you have photos we can use!
William C. King at (301) 992-6664 or email@example.com
Become a part of the brotherhood / sisterhood.
The First Hagerstown Hose Company is always recruiting individuals interested in becoming volunteer firefighters or active members to assist us with administrative and fundraising activities within our company.
2017 - 2018 OFFICERS
President: Dave Stevens
1st Vice President: Tiffany Long
2nd Vice President: Pam Stevens
Secretary: Raymond Lushbaugh
Asst. Secretary: Patty Lushbaugh
Treasurer: Kathy Bartles
Asst. Treasurer: Gerry Saum
Chaplain: Harry Hawbaker
John Miller - Chairman
Woodrow Allan Carmack
Captain: Warren Royce Jr.
1st Lieutenant: William King
2nd Lieutenant: Steve Jacobs
Sergeant: C.J. Rinehart
Sergeant: Charles Wilson
Public Information Officers:
Dave Stevens & Ray Lushbaugh