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  • Latest Northern California wildfire destroys homes; residents flee

    Latest Northern California wildfire destroys homes; residents flee
    A fast-moving wildfire in Northern California has destroyed at least two homes after moving across Interstate 80 and into dense wilderness. The Applegate fire in Placer County started about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday and has so far scorched about 380 acres....
  • Hearing on Mathews flood plan rescheduled

    MATHEWS – Despite concerns over a rushed decision, a looming deadline forced the Mathews Board of Supervisors to bump up its second take on a public hearing for an update to the county's Floodplain Management Ordinance. After several residents...
  • Hartford Fire Department Receives $900,000 FEMA Grant

    Hartford Fire Department Receives $900,000 FEMA Grant
    Hartford – City officials were joined by Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Rep. John Larson Wednesday to accept a federal grant on behalf of the fire department that they said will not only help firefighters save more lives but also better protect the...
  • Pembroke Pines to host meeting on new flood-zone guidelines

    Pembroke Pines is hosting a town hall meeting on Sept. 30 for Homeowner's Association Presidents, board members and residents to answer question about changes in the Federal Emergency Management Agency's new flood-zone designations. The jist of FEMA's...
  • New Community Emergency Response Team class begins in South Windsor

    Connecticut towns have experienced some rough few years weather-wise, with the unprecedented October 2011 snowstorm and hurricanes Irene and Sandy not that far behind us. Without heat or electricity, gas for vehicles, and, in many cases, water from the...
  • Caggiano runs for commissioner

    Election time is around the corner and three candidates qualified for the one seat up for grabs in the general election for Margate Commission. First-timer Anthony Caggiano is running against current Mayor Lesa Peerman and resident Eddie Decristofaro....
  • Fire rescue hires 7 new recruits with grant money

    Delray Beach Fire Rescue is expanding its ranks with seven new recruits and the cost won't touch the city's coffers. The positions are covered for two years by a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. "Delray Beach Fire Rescue is very...
  • The $400 question: Should you drop your flood insurance?

    The $400 question: Should you drop your flood insurance?
    Paul Girello doesn't have to buy flood insurance anymore. The Pembroke Pines resident recently received a letter from his mortgage lender confirming his home is no longer in a high-risk flood zone and, as a result, flood insurance coverage is no...
  • Rescue dog joins city ranks

    Rescue dog joins city ranks
    Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue may soon have to stock up on biscuits. RIT, a three-year-old Labrador with a perpetually affable expression, recently became the newest member of the city's Firehouse 47. RIT even has a partner and a job description. He's...
  • Thousands of properties added to flood zones

    Thousands of properties added to flood zones
    Thousands of properties would be added to flood zones in Palm Beach County under proposed new federal flood maps. Although 35,891 parcels would be removed, 62,041 would be added because they at least border a Special Flood Hazard Area, according to a...
  • Thousands of homes out of proposed flood zones in Palm Beach County

    Thousands of homes out of proposed flood zones in Palm Beach County
    Thousands of Palm Beach County homes will be taken out of flood zone maps in a preliminary federal plan, county officials said. The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Friday evening posted the proposed maps for the county on the agency's new Flood...