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firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Mike Mullins never had any doubt what his son would grow up to be. From a very young age, Michael Mullins Jr. had a penchant for his father’s work — emergency response. “I could hardly leave the house without him...
email@example.comLANCASTER — The Garrard County Ambulance Service headquarters on Stanford Road recently got a little roomier, thanks to a $210,000 expansion. The expansion, which was completed a few weeks ago, doubles the size of the ambulance service’s...
Henry Spiller, Director of the Kentucky Poison Control Center, said that drugs being sold in Kentucky retail outlets variously as insect repellant, stain remover and bath salts are being snorted, smoked or injected and are extremely dangerous. You can buy...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, Suicide, Health, Kentucky, Tennessee
The Winchester SunFlood insurance premiums could rise for hundreds of Clark County landowners under a federal plan to modernize flood plain maps, and county officials want local residents to know about it. In a presentation to the Fiscal Court on Wednesday, Stephen...
Tags: Floods, Disasters and Accidents, FEMA, Kentucky
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County Emergency Medical Service unit will soon have some new equipment thanks to a grant from the Toyota manufacturing plant in Georgetown. Andrew Wood, a paramedic who’s worked on the squad for two years, found the grant...
When bed bugs invade a home, its not just the people who live there that are affected. Thanks to the ability of bed bugs to live months without food, the creatures are resilient enough to travel from place to place on shoes, clothing or furniture. For...
“There was a great shaking of the earth this morning. Tables and chairs turned over and knocked around – all of us knocked out of bed. The roar I thought would leave us deaf if we lived. . . . when you could hear, all you could hear was...
Anyone passing Cedar Creek Lake on US 150 last Thursday would have been alarmed by the massive presence of law enforcement and first responders working around the launch ramp, however, the disaster they witnessed was just a well planned drill. Shortly...
Organizers from the city of Newport Beach's emergency program recognized some of their own during an annual awards dinner last week. Friday's event for the CERT, or Community Emergency Response Team at the OASIS Senior Center in Corona del Mar honored...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, FEMA
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsPalm Beach County and the rest of Florida getting turned down for federal aid in the wake of Tropical Storm Isaac came as a surprising snub ??? especially given who signed the letter. The Federal Emergency Management Agency last week......
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsSo this is what rising sea levels look like. From South Florida's beachfront enclaves to the low-lying streets of Lower Manhattan, Sandy has given us a grim preview of what awaits a world where water wins out against man-made development.......
Exelon Generation has completed the installation of a new state-of-the-art siren system around Three Mile Island (TMI) Generating Station, part of a $13 million investment to upgrade sirens around the company`s nuclear stations. The new system includes...
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