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A mere 25 cents temporarily stood between a central Illinois fire department and a federal grant. The city of Lincoln received a $39,506 federal grant in 2009 for a new exhaust system at its fire department, the (Bloomington) Pantagraph reported.
Some Hurricane Sandy victims still displaced by the storm will be able to stay in hotel rooms for awhile longer. An anonymous donor has put up a million dollars to cover their payments...The city says it has spent more than $70 million on the program
The White House says the Federal Emergency Management Agency is recalling some furloughed workers to help prepare for Tropical Storm Karen. White House spokesman Jay Carney says President Barack Obama is being updated about the storm. He says Obama
On Monday morning, it was probably the emptiest, most cavernous space in all of Boulder County 136,000 square feet of abandoned storefront sitting quietly on Louisville's west side...Corps members tasked with helping victims of Colorado's floods.
More than $32 million in federal funds have been distributed to Colorado flood victims who have registered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency...Of that total, $30,983,222 is for housing and $1,505,377 for other needs. There have been 16,745
SouthCoastToday.com email@example.com When Mattapoisett Realtor Sandra Dawson approached a local insurance agency in August for an estimate on flood premiums for an 1840 home in the Village, she was told about $7,000 a year...With changes to some
Hurricane Sandy victims will have an extra month to register for the city's "Build it Back" initiative. Eligible residents now have until October 31 to participate in the federally funded program. Build it Back uses $648 million in aid to help people
Friday's move frees up federal aid to supplement the tribe's efforts in the area affected by severe storms and flooding in July. The disaster declaration provides federal assistance for restoration, debris removal and cleanup. It isn't immediately
Queens residents were out in force Saturday to protest new flood insurance rate hikes set to kick in next week. Residents packed the Broad Channel American Legion to voice their outrage against the Biggert-Waters Act, which will eventually do away
Some New Yorkers looking for help in repairing their storm-damaged homes are getting support from Albany. Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that houses damaged by soil and earth movements during Hurricane Irene, Tropical Storm Lee and Hurricane