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McClatchy Washington BureauWASHINGTON Expect another busy Atlantic hurricane season, government forecasters said Thursday. Hurricane season officially begins June 1, and the early forecast predicts an "above normal, and possibly an extremely active" hurricane season, said...
The Hartford CourantThe Atlantic Ocean hurricane season this year is expected to be "active or extremely active," federal forecasters said Thursday. The season, which runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, will bring 13 to 20 named storms, of which seven to 11 will be hurricanes,...
Gloucester County is seeking bidders on four house elevations under a federal program to raise homes in flood-prone areas. Over the past several years, Gloucester County has participated in a Federal Emergency Management Agency program to elevate...
Hours before the American Red Cross arrived to open shelters for victims of the Monday's tornado in Moore, Okla., first responders there were digging through rubble to rescue victims trapped in the debris. The effort was a reminder to South Florida ...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOZARK, Mo. - The tornado tragedies in Joplin and now Oklahoma serve as a sad reminder in Ozark. The Christian county commissioner says the two disasters highlight the reason the community needs a FEMA safe shelter there. For months county leaders have...
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Frustrated Glenview residents packed a village meeting this week, peppering local leaders with questions about relief in the aftermath of the floods that soaked much of the region last month. "The flooding … leaves many of us feeling helpless and...
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MOORE, Okla. — Under a sunny sky, residents of this Oklahoma City suburb began cleaning up debris from the monstrous tornado that inflicted death and destruction — bodies of animals, overturned cars, homes reduced to rubble — as more...
email@example.comAnother need that's clear following the Moore, Oklahoma tornado: more storm shelters, especially in schools. Educators say they cost time and money. "It's just a long process," said Mark Mayo, Superintendent of Marshfield Schools. It's a hurry up and...
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Special to the TribuneFrustrated Glenview residents packed a village meeting Tuesday night, peppering local leaders with questions about relief in the aftermath of the floods that soaked much of the region last month. "The flooding … leaves many of us feeling...
Tags: Floods, Des Plaines
Our Town CorrespondentA $5,157,000 grant awarded to Phoenix Steam Fire Engine Co. No. 1 by U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster will allow several fire departments in Bedford, Blair, Cambria and Centre counties to enhance their recruitment process and retain firefighters, according to...
Havre de Grace City Councilmen Fred Cullum, John Correri and Randy Craig were sworn into their new council terms, and Mayor Wayne Dougherty was back at the helm for another term Monday night. After spending about an hour and half in closed session, the...
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