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email@example.comBerkeley County's multimillionaire is at it again. On Thursday, W. Randy Smith gave away a lot more of his money, this time a little more than $1 million. Six Berkeley County fire departments each got a Ford F-350, four-wheel-drive, four-door pickup...
The Hartford CourantThe town council is looking to make headway in establishing an Office of Emergency Management and Civil Preparedness, to be responsible for organizing relief efforts during natural disasters such as hurricanes and snowstorms. "The reality is that this...
The aging process is somewhat like an untamable behemoth that will have its way, regardless of a person's best efforts to stay ahead of its dictates. Knowing this, being cognizant of its inevitable toll, fighting the good fight of delaying the winter...
Staff Writer -- firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @BrandonHubbardNorthern Michigan might not get many of the deadly tornadoes like Great Plains states such as Oklahoma, but that doesn't mean its unassuming weather can't be dangerous. Weather in the Great Lakes tends to be more subtle and also less predictable to the...
AberdeenThe aging process is somewhat like an untamable behemoth that will have its way, regardless of a person’s best efforts to stay ahead of its dictates. Knowing this, being cognizant of its inevitable toll, fighting the good fight of delaying the...
The Hartford CourantA police officer who allegedly delivered a threatening, profanity-filled tirade to a driver during a motor vehicle stop was fired Friday following a review of the incident by the mayor's office. A letter of termination issued to Officer Christopher...
The Hartford CourantA bill awaiting Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's signature would make it illegal for home insurers to decline or cancel coverage — or refuse to renew a policy — based solely on losses from a tropical storm or other catastrophe. Malloy supports the...
Tags: Tropical Storms, Finance, Insurance, Politics, Plainville
Updated at 9:40 a.m. Friday Brad Hinkley was in a tractor cabin on his family’s farm along Blackbird Road when he looked to the south. “It was like a wall of water,” he described today, Friday. “It kind of looked like a snow storm...
Special CorrespondentNot only does Florida have spectacular coasts on the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico but the state also has plenty of other opportunities for relaxing, refreshing, renewing H2O fun -- at many water parks around the state. Here's a selection of...
It's not likely I'll ever have a chance to visit Antarctica. So it follows that I'm unlikely ever to be alone on the ice at the bottom of the world. Thanks to adventure author David Roberts, I don't need to go south to learn the tribulations faced by...
Tags: England, Australia, Antarctica, Petroleum Industry
Huron (NRCS) - As the spring progresses, South Dakota producers are being faced with critical decisions that will affect their operations for years to come say officials with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). The U.S. Drought Monitor...
Federal officials have been meeting with state and local officials in South Dakota to coordinate the dispersal of emergency funding to help affected areas recover from a three-day snowstorm last month that caused millions of dollars in damage. ...
Tags: Barack Obama, Natural Disasters, FEMA
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