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    • Free Things to Do in Philadelphia
        Philadelphia Visitors Center, The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall Love Park Self-guided Tour of Historic Philadelphia Homes Benjamin Franklin and the Kite Experiment / Christ Church Cemetery Fort Washington State Park, Montgomery County, PA July 4th Fireworks Over the Wissahickon Valley More Free Things to Do
    • Portuguese Man o’ War Washing Up at Jersey Shore
      At least 30 poisonous Portuguese Man o’ War have washed up on New Jersey beaches. They have been found from Surf City beach on Long Beach Island to Ocean City in Southern New Jersey. The spotting of man o’ wars here is part of a “transient event that occurs infrequently in New Jersey,” according to […]
    • Philadelphia Unemployment Rate
      PHILADELPHIA, PA — According to preliminary data released today by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the unemployment rate in Philadelphia declined to 6.5% for April 2015, down from 7.1% in March 2015 and 7.5% for April 2014.  In addition, the number of jobs in Philadelphia increased by 4,300 from March to April to 687,100, […]
    • Glen Foerd — First Family Overnight
      Glen Foerd on the Delaware will be hosting its first family overnight on Friday, June 19th. Registration is open now! Attached you will find a press release about the event. Please do not hesitate to contact us about additional information. Glen Foerd on the Delaware 5001 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19114 215 632 5330
    • Overly Aggressive Security at Festival Pier
      PHILADELPHIA, PA — Security wearing shirts that said “Alcohol Enforcement” became overly aggressive at a Radio 104.5 concert held at Festival Pier along Penn’s Landing. It was not evident who employed the men. They wore no form of identification; however, Live Nation employs NES (National Event Services) for most of their staffing needs. A non-drinking […]
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    • Montgomery County Health Department Strategic Plan
      In September 2014 the Montgomery County Health Department began a process to develop a strategic plan to guide the organization during the next three years. To ensure the process resulted in a comprehensive plan it incorporated the evaluation of national trends expected to impact the provision of public health services, an analysis of the local […]
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    • Returning SBA Loan Application May Open Doors to More FEMA Assistance
      NORTH LITTLE ROCK – Applicants for federal disaster assistance who are contacted by the U.S. Small Business Administration after registering with the Federal Emergency Management Agency should complete and return an SBA disaster loan application to continue the recovery assistance process for themselves, and not lose out on additional FEMA dollars. The appli […]
    • Storm Survivors Can Register for Assistance Online 24/7; No Change to Holiday Hours for Phone Lines
      NORTH LITTLE ROCK – Residents of nine Arkansas counties included in a federal disaster declaration can register for assistance anytime online. Recovery officials also announced phone lines will maintain regular hours during the July 4 holiday weekend.Those affected by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding May 7 to June 15, 2015 in Crawf […]
    • Websites Update Texas Disaster Survivors with Recovery Information
      AUSTIN, Texas–Texans may have many questions as they recover from the flooding and severe storms that battered the state May 4 to June 19.  Am I eligible for aid if I’m a renter? How do I replace my lost documents? What can I do about mold? Where can I go to talk in person with people who can help me? Language English […]
    • Texans in Five Additional Counties May Now Apply for Federal Disaster Assistance
      AUSTIN, Texas – The federal disaster declaration for Texas has been expanded to include Individual Assistance for five additional counties as a result of the severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred between May 4 and June 19, according to the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) and the Federal Emergency Management Ag […]
    • How to Handle the FEMA Flood Insurance Claims Process
      OKLAHOMA CITY – As the waters recede and Oklahomans begin to assess the damage caused by the severe storms and flooding that washed across the state this spring, questions start to arise about how and when those with National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policies should file claims. Language English […]
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