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Insurance Journal West
With Premium Refunds in Process, Washington Criticism of Flood Insurance Program Ebbs
Insurance agent, insurance carrier and real estate lobbyists praised federal regulators in charge of the National Flood Insurance Program last week on Capitol Hill, agreeing that the process of issuing flood insurance premium refunds and restoring premium subsidies is proceeding better than expected.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
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A long-time mainstay of North Country dining, Howards's Restaurant, which closed last fall after its owner died, is also crumbling into the Mohawk River, which damaged its foundation during storms this past spring.
The Citizens' Voice
White Haven Fire Company gets grant
The White Haven Fire Company has received a $23,703 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., announced Saturday.
The Jersey Journal
Union Beach couple gets $33K flood insurance bill after raising home above new federal...
Richard and Sandra Drake's flood insurance policy jumped from $598 last year to more than $33,000 this year eventhough the couple raised their home three feet above minimum federal requirements.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Report notes terrorist encounters at Kansas City airport
A recent report ranks Kansas City International Airport fourth out of 57 Category I airports in the U.S. for TSC - Terrorist Screening Center - encounters.
Log Cabin Democrat
CWS holding tornado long-term recovery workshop July 29 in Conway
Anyone dedicated to helping rebuild homes and lives in Central Arkansas following the April 27 tornado is invited to attend a day-long training event Tuesday, July 29, in Conway.
Lansing State Journal
Federal support for deep-freeze damage rejected
It's summertime - too nice to stay inside - it's a great time to grab a book and head for the beach.
Las Vegas Newstrip
Prepare For Extreme Weather By Being A Force Of Nature
When it comes to dealing with extreme weather such as hurricanes, planning and preparedness can pay big dividends.
Residents voice frustration over flood...
So much so that a crowd of about 35 residents came out to voice their displeasure with the situation before borough council on Thursday.
David Merle Walker
Born in 1957 in East Palestine, he was the son of the late Lucinda and Merle Walker.
Fewer flood buyouts than anticipated in Fort Plain
Fewer than a dozen homeowners affected by last year's flooding are expected to accept buyouts from the state, village officials said Thursday.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
KRDO-TV Colorado Springs
Pueblo County residents wary of updated FEMA flood maps
A plan by the federal government to certify flood levees along the Arkansas River could help downtown area residents avoid paying expensive flood insurance.
10 months after flood, running water returns to Jamestown
Chris Chavez of Duran Excavating walks past the scene of construction in Jamestown on Thursday.
Cybercast News Service
Sheriff: 300 homes burned in Washington wildfire
This Thursday, July 24, 2014 aerial photo shows burned areas around the town of Pateros, Wash., next to the Columbia River.
Virginia Beach says storm cleanup budget is on target as height of hurricane season approaches
The City of Virginia Beach has had quite a year so far. From a tornado that ripped through the Oceanfront and a brush from Hurricane Arthur to flooding rain and snow that would not stop falling - weather events that have all come with a price tag.
Governor Cuomo Announces $5 Million in Grant Awards for Historic...
The funding will be used to assess, renovate and protect the landmarks so that they can be appreciated by future generations.
What's happening in Central Jersey: July 26 and laterWhat's happening ...
What's happening in Central Jersey: July 26 and later News from Bridgewater, Monroe, Old Bridge, Plainsboro, Somerville and Central Jersey.
Mt. Airy News
Solar project at old landfill falls through3:13 am
The plug has been pulled on plans for a solar farm at the former Mount Airy landfill on City View Drive.
Baldwin County Commission
The Baldwin County Commissioners are trying to come up with enough money for the 2015 fiscal year budget to pay for millions of dollars in flood repairs to roads.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Federal disaster declaration approved for June storms
Posted By: KLKN Newsroom email@example.com Gov. Dave Heineman was notified that his request for a federal disaster declaration for Public Assistance in 12 counties was approved by President Barack Obama as a result of wide spread storm damage the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred June 14-21.