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A group that's spent nearly 20 years trying to find the remains of a World War II-era bomber that crashed into a Pittsburgh-area river is seeking permission to dredge the waterway for wreckage.
State officials have rejected a proposed dam in the South Mountain Reservation to alleviate downstream flooding of the Rahway River.
Work on the Project Partnership Agreement between the state of Georgia and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Savannah harbor deepening is still ongoing with no estimated completion date, a Corps spokesman said Thursday.
CGI Federal Inc., Fairfax, Virginia, was awarded a $107,880,073 modification to contract W911S0-12-C-0009 to exercise Option 2 for the operational environment core functions requirement for the Army Training and Doctrine Command's G-2 support services.
Officials discovered a hole in the Pulp Mill Bottom Dike in Parsons during the July 4 weekend, and county, state and federal agencies are now working together to ensure the damage is repaired and residents are safe.
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A new look for the F-M Diversion project was unveiled on Thursday. It is a model created to collect data and refine the design.
As the Mississippi River continues to swell, spilling into Louisiana mainlands, President Barack Obama will be in Memphis Monday to speak with families displaced by the flooding.
The concrete leftover from a bridge demolition project will soon find a new home as fish attractors at the bottom of J. Strom Thurmond Lake, according to a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers news release.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' bid to enter the legal fray over the proposed $1.8 billion Fargo-Moorhead diversion highlights an issue that has lurked beneath the surface: Can Minnesota assert legal authority over the federal flood control project? The DNR on Tuesday filed papers in U.S. District Court seeking to intervene in the ... (more)
Construction of a large dam, or detention basin, in South Mountain Reservation to control flooding of the Rahway River is no longer an option.
In 1938, the Glasgow Levee was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers . Once completed, the Levee was given to the city of Glasgow, which took over ownership, or "public sponsor" of the system for operations and maintenance.
John Stringer, calling the Ouachita River "the lifeblood" of northeastern Louisiana and southern Arkansas, said the Ouachita River Valley Association will continue to push for full federal funding of the project.
U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer said a wetlands permit that will allow construction of a new computer chip manufacturing plant in Utica will be issued Friday by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 02:17 am
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