``` Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Inc - Greenwich, CT
Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Inc

2016 Incidents
January 92
Feburary 104
March 73
April 89
May 99
June 107
July 102
August 132
September 96
October 119
November 118
December 107
Total 1238

2017 Incidents
January 101
February 112
March 116
April 91
May 145
June 127
July 125
August 121
September 105
October 116
November 146
December
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Photo: From left, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Fire Police Captain Mark Horvath, Greenwich Fire Chief Peter Siecienski, Glenville Fire Police Officers Patrick Rooney and Jennifer Almeida, Assistant Greenwich Fire Chief Robert Kick and Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei. Photo credit: Town of Greenwich
Photo: From left, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Fire Police Captain Mark Horvath, Greenwich Fire Chief Peter Siecienski, Glenville Fire Police Officers Patrick Rooney and Jennifer Almeida, Assistant Greenwich Fire Chief Robert Kick and Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei. Photo credit: Town of Greenwich

Growing The Ranks Of The Greenwich Fire Police

Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, December 12

From the Town of Greenwich: GREENWICH, CT — With a swearing-in ceremony on Monday, December 11, 2017, the ranks of Greenwich's volunteer Fire Police continues to grow.

The two new officers of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Fire Police were sworn in at a Town Hall ceremony by First Selectman Peter J. Tesei, who also serves as the Town's Fire Commissioner.

The new fire police officers are Patrick ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire officials looking for cause of Belle Haven fire

Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, December 10

GREENWICH — The cause of Thursday night’s house fire that disrupted a political fundraiser in Belle Haven was being investigated by the town Fire Marshal’s office Friday.

Greenwich Assistant Fire Chief Robert Kick said the blaze was initially listed as a chimney fire. Firefighters were able to minimize significant damage to the home by containing the fire to the basement and first floors. There was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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The wreckage of a car involved in a crash with a tractor-trailer truck sits on the Merritt Parkway in Greenwich on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017.

Photo: Michael Cummo / Hearst Connecticut Media
The wreckage of a car involved in a crash with a tractor-trailer truck sits on the Merritt Parkway in Greenwich on Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017. Photo: Michael Cummo / Hearst Connecticut Media

Fatal Greenwich accident underscores trucks not fit for Merritt

Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, November 02

GREENWICH — Some say truck drivers like the Pennsylvania man at the wheel of the tractor trailer that stopped short of a low-hanging Merritt Parkway overpass — causing the death of a Stamford man whose car slammed into the back of the big rig this week — should understand the highway’s restrictions.

Others believe more needs to be done to deliver the message.

Signs prohibiting commercial vehicles ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Scott and Icy Frantz honored for community service

Firefighter Gino Furano, October 13

GREENWICH — The legacy of the late Selectman David Theis lived on this week as Scott and Icy Frantz were honored for their outstanding service to the community.
The couple were presented with the David N. Theis Award by the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company for all the work they have done for Greenwich through support of schools and community organizations. The fire company gave the Frantzes the awards, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Photo: Tyler Sizemore
Photo: Tyler Sizemore

9/11: Greenwich remembers its missing

Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, September 11

GREENWICH — The tragedy and the horror of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks hit close to home for so many in Greenwich as 33 with close ties to the town were killed.

On Monday evening, the Sept. 11 Memorial in Cos Cob Park was a gathering spot for a crowd of close to 250 people for the annual ceremony to mark the attacks and pay tribute to those who were lost. Under a bright blue sky that many ... (Full Story & Photos)

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