City celebrates re-opening of Hancock Street Fire Station
After extensive renovations, the Hancock Street Fire Station was officially reopened on Saturday morning. The fire station was originally opened in 1899. To celebrate its reopening, the community was invited to visit the station.
Councilor John Hanlon reminisced about the fire station’s history.
Senator Sal DiDomenico congratulated the fire department on their newly renovated station.
Mayor Carlo DeMaria praised the fire department for their dedication to the community.
The Honor Guard were at attention during the opening of the Hancock Street Fire Station.
Maria Bussell was joined by Mile and Aaron Lanceleve for the fire station opening.
Rev. Coots offered blessings for the firemen at the newly renovated station.
The Honor Guard was on alert during the grand opening ceremony on Saturday.
Chief Carli welcomed residents and elected officials to the Hancock Street Fire Station on Saturday morning.
The Honor Guard was present for a ceremony at the Hancock Street Fire Station on Saturday.
Elected officials celebrated the reopening of the Hancock Street Fire Station on Saturday morning.
Lt. William Hurley III assisted William Hurley IV down the fire pole in the station.
The renovated fire station includes a new kitchen area.
Jason Cardinale examined a relic fire hat on display in the fire station.
Residents were invited to celebrate the opening of the Hancock Street Fire Station on Saturday.
The original weathervane was returned to the top of the fire station to mark its completion.
A flag was raised outside of the top window at the fire station.
Advocate photos by Katy Rogers)