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New York City area under state of emergency after storms flood subways, strand people in cars
Coastal North Carolina hit by flooding as Tropical Storm Ophelia travels north
The storm also promises a wet and windy weekend all along the mid-Atlantic region through Sunday.
Enormous storm Lee lashes New England and Canada with wind, heavy rain, pounding surf
One man died in Searsport after a tree fell on his vehicle on Route 1.
Council members send letter to mayor asking 'where are we at' with new equipment, winter snow plan
The common council approved new positions and funding for equipment that the Brown administration sought. Now they're looking for an update after asking for months.
Death toll soars to 11,300 in flooding in Libya's coastal city of Derna, Libyan Red Crescent says
The Secretary General of the group says a further 10,100 are reported missing in the coastal city.
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Late spring freeze takes a bite out of New York apple harvest; here's what you might see
Frost and freezing temps in late April and early May aren't a new phenomenon for Empire State apple growers, but this year it came later than usual.
How to help victims of the earthquake in Morocco
Efforts to provide aid are just beginning, but several international groups have already set up funds to support their work in the country.
Kilauea, Hawaii's second-largest volcano, begins erupting again
Kilauea, Hawaii’s second largest volcano, erupted from September 2021 until last December.
Moroccan soldiers and aid teams battle to reach remote, quake-hit towns as toll rises past 2,400
The United Nations estimates that 300,000 people were affected by Friday night’s magnitude 6.8 quake, made more dangerous by its relatively shallow depth.
Erie County, human service agencies look for ways to bolster response services during future storms
Representatives from human service agencies learned more about how they can be involved to help their clients be better prepared.
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Service Agency Roles in EC Emergencies
county sponsored effort to build effective connections for an emergency...the strictly local form of government will be linked as well going foward.
Erie Co. Emergency Preparedness Exercise
the county executive, local and state officials gathered this morning for an exercise to try and improve communications during an emergency like that Christmas snow
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