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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The city fire department received an Assistance to Firefighters Grant through the Federal Emergency Management Agency for $206,300. The grant is to further develop the department’s fitness program, as well as providing...
Tribune wire reportDeep U.S. budget cuts are due to kick in Friday unless Congress acts to stop them, which is unlikely. The $85 billion in across-the-board cuts, mandated by a 2011 deficit reduction law, apply in equal measure to defense and non-defense spending. The...
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...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — 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 years ago by...
email@example.comPublic school meals won’t be affected by the federal spending cuts known as sequestration, but several local agencies that depend on federal funding are awaiting word on how the gridlock between President Obama and Congress will affect local...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WritersWhen the Easter earthquake started rocking the Valley three years ago today, Josefina Rivera was so concentrated in her cooking that, at first, she dismissed it. “I was peeling a chicken,” said the El Centro resident in Spanish, “and...
What was billed as a town hall meeting with former Des Plaines mayor and current state Rep. Marty Moylan to hear the legislative ideas of constituents morphed into an opportunity for gun-rights supporters to have their voices heard. Gun-rights advocates...
VINCENNES, Ind. (AP) — Agencies across Indiana are dropping flood insurance, scaling back on free meals for the elderly and reducing the number of Section 8 housing vouchers they provide as funding shrinks because of automatic federal budget cuts....
Two different approaches to alerting the public about earthquakes are vying for the state's support, one based on a network of government-operated sensors, the other built around a private company's equipment. In a move that may shed some light for...
BOSTON -- Snow began falling throughout much of the Northeast on Friday morning, the first flurries of what forecasters are predicting will strengthen into a major blizzard, possibly bringing record accumulations of up to 3 feet of snow. The storm,...
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