Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell says the state has received more than $14 million in federal aid for residents affected by severe flooding and storms in March.
A bridge in the Mystic section of Groton wiped out by the floods in March still remains closed and it doesn't look like a permanent fix will be complete any
Gov. Jodi Rell wants to remind residents and businesses affected by flooding back in March that today is the deadline to apply for disaster assistance from the
Connecticut residents are running out of time to file federal damage claims from the March flooding that affected the eastern half of the state.
A landmark piece of town history is now history after severe spring flooding brought bits and pieces of it tumbling down. Monday, the town of North Stonington
FEMA officials say three disaster recovery centers in Connecticut that were set up to help people affected by severe spring storms and flooding will be
A Norwich business owner is still waiting for FEMA to come through months after March floodwaters left his livelihood in ruins.
The Governor says federal grants and low-interest loans have been approved and are now available for flood victims in rural communities.
A March flood devastated parts of the state and now there is money available to help those affected.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) says it has so far handed out over $1.2 million in disaster aid to over 1,000 Connecticut households affected by
Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell says more Federal Emergency Management Agency centers are opening in the state to help home and business owners affected by the
Connecticut residents dealing with major damage from the severe storms back in March are now getting some long awaited relief.
The State Department of Transporation is sharing it's plans Thursday night to rebuild a bridge wiped out in the March Flooding.
Town and cities got federal funds to make repairs, but individuals did not.
It's been a couple of months since flood waters swamped parts of Connecticut but the cleanup is still going on because many flood victims say the problem is
Gov. M. Jodi Rell is urging Connecticut residents and business owners to help officials back the state's claim for federal help for flooding in March.