On Sunday December 11th the Cutchogue Fire Department hosted its Fifth Annual "Stuff The Sleigh 5k Race and walk".
Now in it's fifth year, the race raises money for the Cutchogue Fire Department Scholarship fund and other charities supported by CFD. A portion of the proceeds will support donations to the American Parkinsons Diesase Assosciation and the Firefighters Cancer Support Network and CAST.
On Tuesday night, 25 of Cutchogue's Bravest once again traveled to the Suffolk County Fire Academy Yaphank for live fire training. The firefighters participated in the "Taxpayer" drill.
This drill simulates a commercial building fire and is held in a specially designed building that replicates a small strip mall. The drill prepares firefighters to fight fires in commercial buildings and stores in ... (Full Story & Photos)
The Cutchogue Fire District along with the Chiefs, Officers, and Members of the Cutchogue Fire Department would like to take this opportunity to wish the community a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving Holiday.
As families across the nation celebrate Thanksgiving, the Cutchogue Fire Department along with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) would like to offer the following safety message.
A vehicle caught fire at Route 48 and Cox Lane in Cutchogue Wednesday morning.
The driver of a 1973 Mercedes brought the vehicle to a stop while turning toward Cox Lane after heading eastbound on Route 48 when the engine appeared to catch fire, according to Cutchogue Fire Department Captain Amos Meringer.