On February 10th, the Antioch Fire Department was proud to announce its newest officers to the community. Captains and Lieutenants were sworn in at a ceremony held at Anastasias Restaurant. Oath of office was administered and families were on hand for badge pinning. Of course there was cake..... (Full Story & Photos)
Covered fire hydrants are a real problem for your safety, especially in apartment and condo developments. Please ask your snow plow service to be aware of fire hydrant locations when moving snow. If you need help clearing snow away from your closest hydrant, call us and we can help.... (Full Story & Photos)
The Antioch Firefighters Association proudly stood before the Trustees of the Village on Monday evening February 3rd to donate an ambulance for use by the Antioch Fire Department providing EMS services to the residents. Ambulance 2145 will become the third ALS ambulance for AFD. The donation was as a result of fundraising efforts including the recent street dance in the fall that marked our 100 years ... (Full Story & Photos)
With temps at 15 below zero this week and wind chills at 40 below, we are all relying upon our heating systems to keep us warm and safe. Our furnaces will get a good workout and those that are not in good shape may fail or cause deadly carbon monoxide to leak inside. Now is the time to invest in a CO detector if you do not have one installed in your home. Carbon monoxide, or CO, is an odorless, colorless ... (Full Story & Photos)
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