14 hrs ago
Ecology Global Network
Shifting Ecologies - Environmental Art Exhibit - Part 3
Over the course of 5 galleries we will offer the work of 58 artists encompassing the complete exhibition, which offers an insightful survey of how artists today are expressing their relationship with our current ecological landscape.
18 hrs ago
Flooding shuts down major highway
Parts of Eastern Carolina can expect much more rain possibly into the weekend. Morehead City and other parts of Carteret County had flooding from Thursday's storms that caused part of Highway 70 to shut down.
20 hrs ago
Disaster Recovery and Data Security Excellence Propel eMazzanti to...
For the fifth year in a row, Inc. magazine has ranked eMazzanti Technologies among the top fastest growing private companies in America in its annual Inc. 5000 list.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Asbury Park Press
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The state of emergency declared after superstorm Sandy allowed the Ocean County freeholders to bypass normal bidding laws and order $25,000 worth of Vicari's $25G pizzeria connection The state of emergency declared after superstorm Sandy allowed the Ocean County freeholders to bypass normal bidding laws and order $25,000 worth of Check out this ... (more)
Wed Aug 20, 2014
FEMA halts flood assistance for properties with gas leases
In fall 2011, about a month after the flooded Meshoppen Creek spilled over its banks and into their basement, Pete and Sharon Morgan applied for federal flood assistance to help them move out of their home.
Third Anniversary Of Hurricane Irene, Homes Still Being Rebuilt
Wednesday marks the third anniversary of when Hurricane Irene formed off out coast with a path heading straight for the east.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
High-altitude Balloons Give Students and Entrepreneurs a Way to...
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind., Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- US aerospace start-up, Rockzip Highballoons, in just 6 days has raised over 30% of the needed $15,000 from 125 crowdfunding backers to commercialize its first model of highballoons to be commissioned as floating space satellites.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Hightstown abandons hope for borough hall destroyed by Hurricane Irene
Mayor Steve Kirson and council members today agreed to abandon any attempt to rebuild or renovate the borough's headquarters in the downtown area, losing claim to Federal Emergency Management Agency reimbursements that require construction to occur on the same North Main Street site.
Hurricane Preparedness Taken To Heart By Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners' Association
Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners' Association brushed up on hurricane preparedness at a recent Hurricane Seminar hosted by Town of Oyster Bay.
Governor Cuomo Announces $190 Million for Affordable Housing
August 18, 2014 - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $190 million for both building and preserving affordable housing, available by application to eligible organizations with shovel-ready projects.
Everyday Hero: Hanover woman encourages volunteerism
Peg Sennett, 72, of Hanover, takes a break from painting a deck during a home restoration in Swan Quarter, North Carolina, in May 2012 after Hurricane Irene damaged the coastal area.
Tree Pruning Problems: Some Species Are Special Risks
Damage from Hurricane Irene in the Bronx. Very few new trees were affected by the storm, but older trees suffered and caused damaged.
Charles Street Bridge in Adams Will Be...
Hurricane Irene in 2011 washed out the bridge, and while it wasn't completely destroyed, the town was not sure if they wanted to fix it.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
The Maryland Gazette
Silopanna Festival brings big headliners, 'chill' vibe
Free yoga classes at the 2014 Silopanna Festival started out slowly. At noon, there were 11 people participating.
The Jersey Journal
Chris Christie advises N.J. Shore-goers should stay the hell on the beach
ASBURY PARK - Gov. Chris Christie yesterday sent a very different message to beachgoers in Asbury Park than the one he delivered a few years back as Hurricane Irene approached.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Allegheny County Water Rescue Team is Top in Pa.
Aug. 14--Their work is highly visible: Recovering three bodies in the Allegheny River within a month, dousing boat fires, containing an oil slick and saving stranded motorists in a flash flood.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Crab season a bit pinched in Delaware, Maryland
Brandon Allen unload blue crabs before putting them on ice Thursday morning at Feby's Fishery in Wilmington.
Christian Science Monitor
Heavy rain and floods: The 'new normal' with climate change?
Mark Chapman of Madison Heights, Mich., tosses ruined items from his family's flooded basement to the curb outside their home.
Ridgewood council weighs costs of turf versus grass
According to Village Manager Roberta Sonenfeld, an estimated $121,500 was spent maintaining the turf on Maple Field during an eight-year period from 2006 to 2014.
Ridgewood resident's monitoring of brook helps village locate issue
Ridgewood resident Doug Goodell has become a trusted advisor to the village on flooding in the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook, frequently visiting the gauge station on Franklin Turnpike to document the water level.