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$11,000 Mega Bingo

The New Market Volunteers are set to hold an $11,000.00 Mega Bingo on Friday, May 21, 2021.

Doors open at 4:00 PM and games start at 6:45 PM. Tickets are $70 in advance and $80 at the door.

Dinner and drinks are included. Large Jackpot is $1,600 and Small Jackpot is $800. Special games pay $500 and regular games pay $200.  We hope to see you there!

For Additional Information Contact:

Ginger 301-305-4530 Text

Paul    301-748-6823 Text

Gary   301-693-2230 Text

Donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support.


No Caption Early Morning Tractor-Trailer Rollover

Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, April 22

On Thursday, April 22 at 0550 hours, Rescue Squad 15, Engine 152, and Ambulance 158 were alerted for a tractor-trailer rollover with entrapment in the area of Route 75 and Route 144. A158 was first arriving reported one tractor-trailer on its side leaking fuel from a saddle tank. Chief 15, RS15 and E152 arrived moments later and confirmed no entrapment. Crews began to contain an active fuel leak. ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Market Responds to Fuel Tanker Accident on I 70

Public Information Officer Charles Steed, March 23

At 1456 hours Company 15 and Carroll County Company 1 were dispatched to an accident involving a fuel tanker truck with about 5000 gallons of fuel on board, this incident is still under investigation. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Frederick County DFRS Annual Report Highlights

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, March 20

Recently the Frederick County Division of Fire/Rescue Services Fire Chief Thomas Coe has released the division's 2020 Annual Report highlighting the calendar year 2020, one of the many notable items in this report is the response performance by both the New Market and Green Valley Stations of the New Market District VFC. See the highlights below -

Ambulance Responses -

New Market - 1,011 - 8th ... (Full Story & Photos)


Board of Directors Greg Lawson, February 26

Around 0124 am today BOX ALARM 25-17 was struck for the 12500 Blk of Quiet stream ct for a reported house fire

First arriving E251 found an updated address of 12500 Blk of Fields Ln with a single-family rancher style home with fire through the roof

E152 arrived and pulled the 2nd line to assist with the fire attack

Rescue Squad 15 arrived and was tasked with securing the power, a search, and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Duty 15 with Chief 15-3
Duty 15 with Chief 15-3

New Market Responds to Libertytown Garage Fire

Public Information Officer Charles Steed, February 11

On 02/11/2021 @ 1221 Hrs. New Market responds to Working garage fire At Boxwood Ct. Libertytown Fire Chief on scene report heavy smoke showing Working Fire, calling for a Task Force and Tanker Task Force The cause of the fire is still under investigation . ... (Full Story & Photos)

Large Brush Fire in New Market

Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, January 24

On Saturday, January 23 at 11:07 hours, Engine 152 and Brush 156 responded for a brush fire in the 12700 block of Barnett Drive. Company 15 arrived on the scene to initially find a 400 x 100 area on fire on a hillside. E152 arrived on the scene and established command. Units quickly realized due to the wind conditions that additional brush trucks would be needed to the scene. Command requested requested ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, January 24

Engine 152 and Ambulance 159 travelled to Washington, D.C. for the 2021 Presidential inauguration along with other Frederick County companies. Engine 152 (E915) was assigned to task force one and was stationed to the quarters of DCFD Engine 22 and Truck 11. Ambulance 159 (A915) with other ambulance companies were assigned to Engine 3 . New Market volunteers were also able to staff a second ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine-153 Placed In Service

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, January 01

In early September of 2020 we experienced a major mechanical failure with our 1990 Simon Duplex / E-One thus rendering it no longer serviceable for our department, during already troubling times based on COVID-19, this couldn't have come at a worse time. However, having second Engine service from our quarters had proven to be very beneficial over the past year it had been restored. So our Apparatus ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Courtesy of Tim Wolfe
Photo Courtesy of Tim Wolfe

2021 Department Election Results and Appointed Officer Selection

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, January 01

On Wednesday December 30th the departments membership came in socially distanced and masked to cast a ballet, during this meeting our elections for our 2021 Administrative and Operational Officers were held. Below are the results of the elections,

President Paul Hackey
Vice President Phil Gamble
Treasurer Phil Walsky
Assistant Treasurer Ashley Poole
Secretary Jessica Decker
Assistant Secretary Lauryn ... (Full Story)

Units Respond to Possible Drowning in Lake Linganore

Sergeant Kiefer Klingensmith, December 30

On Wednesday December 30th at 1650 hours, units were dispatched for a possible drowning in the area of Nightingale Beach on Lake Linganore. Bot Support 15, Boat 15, Dive 15, Boat 15-1, Rescue Squad 15, Engine 152 , Engine 153, Ambulances 158 & 159, Chiefs 15 & 15-1 and Dive Commander 15 responded immediately. While in route communications advised that there was a possible baby that had drowned near ... (Full Story & Photos)

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