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Reflecting the difficult financial environment for local nonprofits, Moraine Township recently approved the largest pool of grant money in its program's history, which will go to the largest number of recipients. Earlier this month, the township board...
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News briefs from Wheaton and Glen Ellyn. Glen Ellyn The village of Glen Ellyn is accepting applications for grants for local non-profit organizations. The Community Grant Program funding for 2013-14 is $25,000. Last year, the village budgeted $30,...
The Press of Atlantic City, Pleasantville, N.J.Shore homeowners hoping for help to raise or rebuild houses damaged during Hurricane Sandy can begin applying for the various programs Friday. At first, the grant applications will be taken over the phone at 1-855-726-3946 or online at http://www....
New Jersey will use $300 million in federal aid to buy out about 1,300 Hurricane Sandy-damaged and flood-prone homes in the state. Gov. Chris Christie said in a news release that the state initially will target houses that have flooded repeatedly,...
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Standard-Speaker, Hazleton, Pa.The boroughs of Jim Thorpe, Tamaqua and Pottsville are good examples of the Main Street and Elm Street programs, officials said at a public hearing Thursday. State Sen. David G. Argall is now chairman of the Senate Urban Affairs and Housing Committee,...
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Duluth News TribuneThe Duluth Fire Department has been awarded $129,100 in federal money for aid with operations and safety as part of the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. The award notification came through U.S. Sen. Al Franken's office. The Assistance to...
North Central Region - Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NCR-SARE) has announced the projects that have been recommended for funding for the 2013 Farmer Rancher and the 2103 Youth Educator competitive grant programs. More than 50 projects...
A proposed buyout of Smith Island homeowners to help them escape future damage from tropical storms and rising waters has been dropped amid vocal resistance from residents of the low-lying community in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. The Somerset...
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District on Tuesday night accepted the first installment in a grant program from the city of Costa Mesa that could add up to half a million dollars over five years. The city approved a $100,000 grant in February that will...
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Several legislators and education lobbyists made clear Tuesday they don’t think Teach For America should have received $250,000 from the Legislature for the coming school year. James Curran, the national nonprofit organization’s executive...
PIERRE — The state Board of Economic Development adopted a major change Monday regarding refunds of sales, use and construction-excise taxes for big business projects. The refund applications that business developers file will remain...
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Richmond Times-DispatchVirginia's long-delayed efforts to transition people with mental illness and developmental disabilities out of state institutions are being hobbled by state regulations that limit the use of important housing grants to group homes and assisted-living...
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