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June 10, 2003
Nashville, TN -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) made four more Tennessee counties eligible for individual assistance today and added five to the list of those entitled to public...
Tennessee
June 10, 2003
Nashville, TN -- A series of deadlines to apply for disaster unemployment insurance are fast approaching, state and federal recover officials said today. Self-employed and unemployed workers not...
Tennessee
June 7, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Residents of Lookout Mountain became eligible today for an increased range of state and federal assistance when the town was reinstated in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP...
Tennessee
June 6, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Floods cause a billion dollars worth of damage each year in the United States, and federal, state and local governments do all they can to reduce the hazards and the damage. They...
Tennessee
June 6, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Persons with qualified alien status, such as legal permanent residents, are eligible to apply for state and federal disaster assistance for damages sustained from this spring's...
Tennessee
June 6, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Nearly $21 million in state and federal aid has been disbursed to Tennessee residents and businesses in the first month since May's onslaught of storms, tornadoes and flooding...
Tennessee
June 5, 2003
Nashville, TN -- A state of the art mobile disaster coordination vehicle has been deployed to Jackson to help residents who suffered losses in the tornadoes and storms of May. Jackson was one of the...
Tennessee
June 4, 2003
Nashville, TN -- State and federal officials announce that the disaster recovery centers in Chattanooga and Murfreesboro will close Friday, June 6. A mobile recovery center will remain in Hamilton...
Tennessee
June 4, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Disaster officials overseeing recovery efforts announced that a grant, submitted by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, and approved by the...
Tennessee
June 3, 2003
Nashville, TN -- Tennessee's disaster victims have 30 more days to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for state and federal assistance. June 8 marks the halfway...
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