The Pikesville group's annual meeting was held recently.
Lawrence Goldberg will serve his second year as captain and commander of the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company. Goldberg and other field operations officers were inducted recently during the company's annual meeting, according to a news release. The other officers include: The following members were elected to the company's board of directors: Directors include Glenn Resnick, Michael Schwartzberg, and Rick Udell. Chaplains are Kathleen Resnick and Terry Sapp. For more information on the company, visit the new website.
About 40 agencies throughout central Maryland got their share of funds for equipment and programs of their own choosing.
The Pikesville and Providence volunteer fire companies each has a new thermal imaging camera to help firefighters see through smoke—and help save people trapped inside burning buildings. The Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company has replaced its 25-year-old hose with a new, large-diameter hose. And the Red Cross of the Chesapeake Region now has a new shelter trailer that will be stocked with cots, blankets and other items, and will be ready for an emergency. They are among 40 emergency responder organizations in Central Maryland that are receiving up to a $10,000 portion of nearly $318,000 in grants from Baltimore Gas and Electric Company. On Wednesday, BGE leaders and representatives of non-profit groups gathered to announce awards through …