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  1. (WILX) With so much rain in the forecast it is a given, many people will come home to water in their basement this week and they won't just be people who live in flood zones. The rain ...

  2. CLARE COUNTY (WJRT) - (02/21/18) - In Clare County the focus was on assessing the damage Wednesday, one day after a couple of inches fell, flooding homes and roads. Jerry Becker, Clare ...

  3. Oneida Council to look into underpaid water bills

    The Oneida Daily Dispatch4 days ago

    Ward 5 Councilor Jim Chamberlain said a house on Geer Lane was undergoing work by its new owner after sewer damage in December when they discovered a fork in the water line before ...

  4. Water, water seen everywhere

    Weirton Daily Times7 days ago

    Lee Hendricks, a hydrologist with the National Weather Service, said of the 36 counties overseen by the agency’s Moon Township, Pa. office, most are experiencing flooding at some level. Early ...

  5. Damage at civic center becoming costly

    Opelousas Daily World3 days ago

    The Opelousas city administration’s plan to renovate a leased municipal civic center building and parking lot was quickly defeated at a Tuesday night meeting of the Board of Aldermen. The board ...

  6. The Sorensons were quoted $8,500 just for cleanup, and the Arquettes were quoted more than $20,000 to fix the damage. Green Bay Water took to Twitter on Monday, saying it's showing ...

  7. As flood waters recede, teams from the Ionia County Office of Emergency Management have begun assessing damage to residences, businesses and property. “This year, we had the water rising over a couple of days,” said Hoskins.

  8. Friday but officials say flooding, damage assessment, and cleanup could continue for some time. “Even though the river has crested, we are far from done with this,” said ..., emergency ...

  9. West Virginia Senate is advancing legislation that would delete a section of state regulations on water pollution by surface coal mining.The bill from the Senate Energy, Industry and ...

  10. ...) — The West Virginia Senate has voted unanimously for a bill that would delete a section of state law governing water pollution by surface coal mining.The bill from the Senate Energy, Industry and Mining Committee would cut a requirement that the mining company get certification afterward that it mitigated damage to streams or more than 250 acres (101 hectares) of watershed.The provision says...

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