Just after noon time on Sunday E-7 and E-77 were dispatched for a fire investigation for reported smoke in the area of 67 Spinythorn Road. The assignment was quickly upgraded to a reported outbuilding...
At noon crews were dispatched to a reported dwelling fire at 69 Red Berry Road in the Red Rose Gate section. E-77-1 arrived first and reported fire on Side-B of the dwelling. Crews pulled a line and m...
Jay Moser received on behalf of the Fire Company a plaque and recognition from Brian Fitzpatrick United States Congress and Hulmeville Borough at the 150th Gala for the Fire Companies service and supp...
Companies from Parkland, Lower Southampton, Langhorne-Middletown, Trevose and William Penn all met at the PA Turnpike Interchange on Friday night to help escort the Neshaminy High School Girls Softball team back from the PIAA State Title Game in State College PA.
Congrats to the members of the WPFC for taking Two First Place Trophies at the 2013 Bucks County Firemans Parade. The members brought home tropies for Best appearing company marching and best appearing dalamation.
A black bear was spotted twice in Middletown early Friday morning, township police reported. Lt. John Michniewicz said officers went out in response to reports of residents seeing the bear at 1:54 a.m.
James E. Conaway , Sr. -2013 Dunn/Givinish Funeral Home 378 S. Bellevue Ave Langhorne Pa 19047 James E Conaway Sr. 69, Levittown passed away on April 27, 2013. He was a life member of the Lower Southampton Fire Department, where he served for 56 years.
Come support the Mid Atlantic Burn Camp on May 10th 2013 at a Beef & Beer 8pm till 12am located at the William Penn Fire Company 123 Main Street Hulmeville Pa. Contact Kenny Bowman at 765-461-6807 for tickets.
The members of the WPFC would like to congratulate Firefighter Kyle Knowles who was part of Class#1204 who graduated from the Montgomery County PA Police Academy . Kyle started the Academy on October 1st 2012 and was one of 35 Cadets who graduated on March 20Th 2013.
Congratulations to Firefighter Ray Guy who has just been hired by Middletown Township Fire Marshals Office as a Fire Inspector 1. Ray will be starting his new career with the Township in April. Best of Luck Ray and lets hope your inspection skills are better then your dance skills!
Lt Jess White and Lt Chanelle Lyons traveled to the Philadelphia Fire Academy to participate in the 21st annual Operation 6ABC Save a Life campaign. This annual program is sponsered by Action News 6ABC, Tri-State Toyota Dealers, The Home Depot, and Kidde.
The members of the William Penn Fire Company would like to congratulate FF/EMT Zack Cooperman and FF Matt Cyrana on their successful completion of the Fire Fighter 1 and Hazmat Operations Program and FF Cory Koellner on his successful completion of the Bucks Basic Fire Academy.
The William Penn Fire Company hosted their annual elections of officers. We would like to thank the 2012 officers for all their hard work and dedication in the 2012 year. Starting on January 1st 2013 the officers of the William Penn Fire Company are as follows.