Hayward City Personnel To Take Pay Cuts, Forego Raises In Wake Of Coronavirus CrisisSo far, Hayward fire personnel including firefighters and the city manager have agreed to give up planned pay raises.
Coronavirus Update: 130 People Return Positive COVID-19 Results At Hayward Test SiteApproximately ten percent of the over 1,300 people tested at the free coronavirus testing site in Hayward returned positive results during the first week of screening, according to officials.
Coronavirus Update: Hayward Fire Department Begins Free COVID-19 TestingStarting Monday, hundreds of people in the East Bay lined up to get tested for coronavirus for free thanks to the Hayward Fire Department and a lab in Menlo Park. While no referral was required, patients needed to have one specific symptom in order to get the free test.
31 Displaced By Fire At Hayward Apartment BuildingA fire displaced 31 people from a three-floor apartment building in Hayward early Monday morning, a fire department spokesman said.
Hayward To Open Medical Clinic At New Fire StationThe Hayward Fire Department is employing an innovative new strategy to help patients, by building a clinic right next door to their newest fire station.
Hayward Fire Chief Suspended For Driving Under The Influence Allowed To Keep JobHayward's fire chief nearly lost his job after an investigation revealed incidents of drinking on the job and clashing with an employee, according to city documents released Tuesday.
Firefighters Discover 200 Marijuana Plants In Burning Hayward HomeFirefighters who responded to a one-alarm house fire in unincorporated Hayward Wednesday night discovered a marijuana grow operation and more than 200 marijuana plants, a fire official said.
Man, 92-Year Old Mother Hospitalized After 1 Of 2 Hayward FiresHayward's fire department had a busy morning containing two separate fires, one of which sent a man and his 92-year old mother to nearby hospital burn unit.
KCBS In Depth: Bay Area Disaster PreparednessAn interview with Thor Paulsen with the Hayward Fire Department about the Bay Area and if residents are prepared for a natural disaster.