Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: February 2, 4:58 am)
The Radcliff Fire Department is wasting no time, storming out of the gate in the new year with an urgent eye on improvement.
By the end of January, the department had scooped up close to $300,000 in grant money that will be used for emergency- and rescue-related upgrades. The department also launched a new e-mail- and text-based community alert service in January that will connect users directly to the city through the announcement of weather alerts, community events and other pertinent information.
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