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Luke Tubia, WIBX, TownSquare Media
Luke Tubia, WIBX, TownSquare Media
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Herkimer County Eligible For Federal RoadWork Aid

The Federal Highway Administration is awarding $1 million to the State Department of Transportation to fix highways and roads that were damaged from flooding in 2014.

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Photo Credit: Catarina Francesca, used with permission by WIBX / Townsquare Media
Photo Credit: Catarina Francesca, used with permission by WIBX / Townsquare Media
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Flash Flood Warning For Oneida, Herkimer Counties October 15-17, 2014

UPDATE 10/16/2014 0402   The Flash Flood Warning has been extended until 11:00am today and includes several more counties.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]
Bob Joseph/WNBF News [file]
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Flooding Prompts Susquehanna County Evacuations

Flash flooding resulted in the evacuation of some residents of Susquehanna County.

Fast-moving water Thursday evening caused problems in Choconut, Brackney and Friendsville...

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Luke Tubia, WIBX
Luke Tubia, WIBX
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Clinton Schools Awarded $1.7 Million In FEMA Funds

The Clinton Central School District will be getting $1.7 million dollars in FEMA funds

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Herkimer County To Share in $28 Million In Public Infrastructure Repair Funds

Governor Cuomo is announcing that a request made to President Obama for a federal major disaster declaration has been approved following severe storms and flooding in May.

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WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo
WNBF News/Roger Neel Photo
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Heavy Rains Hit Area

Heavy rains and thunderstorms are passing through our region.  The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued an urban and small stream advisory for Southwestern Broome County and Southeastern Tioga County until 7:45 PM...

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News
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Much of New York and Pennsylvania Brace for Flood Potential

A good portion of New York State and Northeastern Pennsylvania are on alert for the possibility of flash flooding through early May 17...

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Matthew Cavanugh, Getty Images
Matthew Cavanugh, Getty Images
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Binghamton is Included in Flood Mitigation Grants

A flood prevention project in the City of Binghamton is among ten storm mitigation works targeted to share $128 million in federal funds being allocated by New York State...

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[UPDATE] Route 5s In Mohawk Is Now Open

UPDATE: 3/28/14 5:15 p.m. Route 5s Between East Main Street and Putts Hill Road is now open and passable.

 

Original Story: Mohawk Police are reporting a road closure on State route 5s due to flooding.

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Jim Rondenelli, WIBX
Jim Rondenelli, WIBX
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Senate Passes Bills To Help Flood Victims

The state Senate has passed four bills aimed at improving response and providing relief to residents impacted by flooding.

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