On Saturday afternoon Cutchogue Firefighters along with firefighters representing 30 other fire departments participated in the Greenport Fire Department's 172nd annual George Washington's Birthday Parade.
Regardless of the weather, this annual parade has been held every February for the past 172 years, as firemen march proudly through the streets of Greenport.
On Saturday evening beginning at 5 p.m. crews from the Cutchogue Fire Department covered the Mattituck Fire District in order for the members of Mattituck Fire Department attended their annual installation dinner dance.
CFD staffed an engine crew that spent the evening at the Mattituck Firehouse in the event of any alarms and teamed up with Riverhead Ambulance who provided ambulance coverage for ... (Full Story & Photos)
Over the course of weekend a winter storm has blanketed most of the Island's East End with Snow.
The Cutchogue Fire Department would like to remind the community to help your Firefighters and Emergency Responders.
With nearly a foot of snow falling over the North Fork, and heavy drifting in some areas, it is important to ask residents to please take the time to shovel the snow around the fire hydrants ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Saturday, January 7th, the first major snow storm of the season began covering the roadways of the Eastern End of Long Island.
With the snow accumulations expected to drop 8-12 inches across the area, snow began to fall shortly after 10:00 a.m. At approximately 10:15 am the Cutchogue Fire Department was dispatched for an EMS alarm in Cutchogue Village to treat a person who had fallen in a parking ... (Full Story & Photos)