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Borough officials say their efforts to recoup money the town spent during the Superstorm Sandy recovery are paying off. August "Chip" Greiner, the borough administrator, said last week that Bogota has received close to $500,000 in insurance payments
The senior police officer in charge of their deployment says he cannot afford to be complacent about the "severe" threat posed by dissident republican terrorists. Drew Harris: 'We need expert assistance dealing with these incidents' In an exclusive
Woman's body found in Bethesda stream as storm batters Wales Strong winds caused a large tree to fall in Llangyndeyrn, Carmarthenshire Police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was recovered from a fast-flowing stream in Gwynedd as
Just over three months after floodwaters inundated much of Colorado's Front Range, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has closed the last of the two dozen disaster recovery centers it opened in the state. Boulder on Saturday, but the long-term
21 December 2013 0 View comments Twas the Friday before Christmas and all through the country... Flying high on Christmas spirit, revelers got the most out of festive drinks deals on what has been dubbed 'Mad Friday' by stretched emergency services.
Anderson and Andrew Doerfler / Globe Correspondents / December 21, 2013 A bomb threat that turned out to be a hoax was called into the Apple Store in Back Bay Saturday night, prompting an evacuation as authorities swept the area for
Paul Crick, 45, was finally arrested in August when his relentless calls to the emergency line, which started in April 2012, showed no sign of stopping. Neighbours in Waltham Abbey, Essex, also complained about Crick's constant shouting and swearing.
Don't touch found explosives" is the message Mounties are spreading after a Chilliwack resident brought an improvised explosive device to a police station last week. The resident found the small homemade explosive at the intersection of Yale Road and
15 December 2013 0 View comments As the excitement of Christmas descends across the country, many will undoubtedly want to celebrate with a mulled wine or two...While it may be a fun time for partygoers, for police and ambulance crews it was hellish,
01:00 AM MST Boulder County is seeking federal and state approval for taking on the task of removing trees, rocks, mud, silt and other debris the floods deposited in creeks and rivers crossing private properties, as well as homes and other structures