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March 23, 2000
The City of Virginia Beach, the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and local corporate and nonprofit partners signed an agreement Thursday, March 23 to create a...
March 22, 2000
CHARLESTON, W. Va. -- People and individuals who are unemployed because of the heavy rains, landslides and flooding in February must apply for federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) by Monday...
March 20, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- The cities of Lynchburg and Norton have been added to the 92 counties and 13 cities made eligible for federal disaster assistance following two severe winter storms. On Jan. 25, a...
March 17, 2000
CHARLESTON, W. Va. -- Disaster assistance for West Virginians has topped $1 million in the wake of last month's storm, landslides and flash flooding, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)...
March 15, 2000
CHARLESTON, W. Va. -- Citing early success in assisting disaster applicants at the three fixed Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) established in Kanawha, Gilmer and Wetzel Counties on March 8th,...
March 15, 2000
CHARLESTON, W. Va. -- West Virginia residents who suffered flood damage from last month's storms, landslides and flash flooding and were mailed a US Small Business Administration (SBA) loan...
March 14, 2000
CHARLESTON, W. Va. -- West Virginians who suffered damage as a result of last month's storms, landslides and flash flooding should save all receipts for essential repairs from the disaster, according...
March 13, 2000
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- The City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, will receive funding for a $300,000 hazard mitigation project to reduce the risk of flooding. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (...
March 13, 2000
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- The City of Chesapeake, Virginia, will receive funding for a $12,006 hazard mitigation project to reduce the risk of flooding. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has...
March 13, 2000
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- The City of Norfolk, Virginia, will receive funding for a $140,000 hazard-mitigation project to reduce the risk of flooding. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has...
March 10, 2000
February 18th flood in Buckhannon. Two homes were removed from this site before the flooding occured in Buckhannon. Philippi, WV 2/19/00 -- Aerial view of Philippi during the recent...
March 10, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- The city of Manassas has been added to the 92 counties and 12 cities that were made eligible for federal disaster assistance following two severe January winter storms. On Jan. 25,...
March 8, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- The city of Newport News has been added to the 92 counties and 11 cities that were made eligible for federal disaster assistance following two severe January winter storms. The...
March 7, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- The process of applying for federal disaster assistance for reimbursement of emergency work performed in 103 Virginia communities during two severe January winter storms will begin...
March 3, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Virginia Department of Emergency Services (VDES) have opened a disaster field office here to support local governments in...
February 28, 2000
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Federal disaster funds were made available today for Virginia to supplement state and local response efforts to the crippling winter storm that occurred over the period of January...
February 28, 2000
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Federal disaster aid was made available today to help families and businesses in 20 West Virginia counties recover from the effects of extreme weather conditions that began...
January 12, 2000
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) today announced release of $1,394,283 for two hazard mitigation projects in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. One project,...
December 1, 1999
HAMPTON, Va. -- Editors: Final weekly summary report for Virginia disaster relief: Significant Events: In the 10 weeks since the declaration, more than $43 million has been approved for state and...
November 29, 1999
Hurricane Floyd ruined Bill and Debbie Stephenson's home in Isle of Wight Virginia, when heavy rains caused the nearby Blackwater River to overflow. But the hurricane didn't bring financial ruin to...

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