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The owners of at least 28 Des Plaines homes that repeatedly flood may qualify to be bought out with up to $10 million in federal, local and state funds. Letters about the voluntary program were mailed to those owners in late January, and a meeting...
The Fallston Volunteer Fire and Ambulance Company says it has been selected to receive a $278,711 federal grant that will be used to replace its firefighters' self-contained breathing apparatus. The fire company announced Sunday it had been notified by...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOZARK, Mo. -- The Riverside Bridge has been completely shut down for two years and closed to vehicles for even longer. Now there are plans to repair and re-open it. Riverside Bridge was built in 1909. It closed to vehicle traffic in September 2010. ...
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Staff WriterCALEXICO — The city’s water treatment plant repairs remain unfinished nearly three years after the 2010 Easter Sunday earthquake that damaged them, but hope is on the horizon as City Council approved awarding a bid proposal for the repairs...
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Local municipalities are bracing for the trickle-down effects of a federal sequester that threatens to throttle funding for local services and programs. Automatic spending cuts, established in the Budget Control Act of 2011, were ordered March 1 after...
Foremost on my mind as the days lengthen is where I might get my ocean "fix" once summer arrives. Sometimes I crave the New Jersey shore where I vacationed as a kid, other times the Maryland beaches since I lived there during summers in college. This...
MANTOLOKING, N.J. (AP) — On the surface, things look calm and placid. Just beneath the waterline, however, it's a different story. Cars and sunken boats. Patio furniture. Pieces of docks. Entire houses. A grandfather clock, deposited in a marsh...
The water was rising, so Tristan O'Riley's family moved to higher ground in Waubay. What they didn't expect was for their second home to flood so quickly in 2011. It was decided the O'Rileys should move to Summit. That meant the possibility of...
WDBJ7 ReporterOn Virginia's Tornado preparedness day, one city's attempt to keep people safe isn't getting support from the national level. Martinsville wants sirens to warn people of a serious threat but can't get the money approved. It's not unusual for cities or...
The Interior JournalSTANFORD — Janice Rowe’s family has owned a small trailer park along U.S. 27 for 40 years, but these days, it’s all but a ghost town. Besides the trailer Rowe lives in at one end of the park, the rest are empty and disheveled, damaged...
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