Gaston Fire has a rich, nearly 100-year history of serving our community.
We are collecting photographs and stories of that proud history.
These are just a few of the dedicated people of Gaston Fire. Click here for a complete list.
Note: The "When I'm in Charge" class scheduled for June 14 has been postponed indefinitely.
Children can learn how to stay safe and handle problems when they are home alone through a class at Gaston Fire.
Open to Gaston-area residents 8 to 11 years old, the course is 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 14, at the Gaston Fire station, 102 E. Main St.
There is a $10 enrollment fee.
Young people hoping to make some money this summer can earn their Red Cross Babysitting certificate through Gaston Fire.
Open to Gaston-area residents 11 and older, the course is 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 15, at the Gaston Fire station, 102 E. Main St.
Every Monday is Drill Night for the volunteers of Gaston Fire.
The firefighter recruits learn how to rescue people at motor vehicle accidents.
The volunteers of Gaston Fire singled out several firefighters for special honors Saturday night.
Dozens of families from throughout the area converged on Brown Park for Gaston Fire's annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Anticipation grew as eager children lined the fences around the ballpark on a nice Saturday morning.