The Georgetown Fire/Medical Department continues to plan for new facilities, equipment, and staff in order to maintain exceptional emergency response services in our growing city. In this column I’d like to share some highlights about these plans as reported by Georgetown Fire Chief John Sullivan
Georgetown firefighter talks organ donation, health awareness, and appreciation for the job he loves
by Ann Marie Ludlow
Brad Hill is a firefighter, a medic, husband and dad. Underneath it all, he’s simply a fighter.
A native of Round Rock, he decided at age 32 he wanted to
At just 24 years old, Priscilla Whitaker has plenty of life experience to help her hold her own against the challenges of being a Firefighter and Paramedic. Whitaker is just the third female firefighter to join the Georgetown Fire Department and she is the first
The Georgetown Fire/Medical Department is providing two new tools that you can use to help save lives. I encourage you to use both of them since each of us in Georgetown has a role to play in making our community a safer place to live.
The Georgetown Police and Fire Departments played the third annual Battle of the Badges softball game Nov 13 to raise money for our local Blue Santa. With help from Century 21 and Sun City Softball the event raised an impressive $4021 to purchase toys for
[caption id="attachment_942" align="alignleft" width="300"] Georgetown Pipe & Drum snare drum instructor Stephen Cameron leads the blended group through a rendition of Amazing Grace .[/caption]
The Georgetown Fire Department Pipes and Drums Band hosted a two-day Bagpipes and Drums clinic at First Baptist Church in Georgetown Nov
[caption id="attachment_637" align="alignleft" width="1024"] Police Chief Wayne Nero leans on Mayor Dale Ross after the long climb, with Fire Chief John Sullivan and City Manager David Morgan.[/caption]
6th Annual Georgetown Fire Department Stair Climb
As the sun rose over the GISD athletic complex September 11, members of the