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Woman Accused of Frauding FEMA

Papers filed in court indicate a Town of Union woman illegally got Federal Emergency Management Agency money after lying about someone living in a home damaged in the 2011 flood.

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Westover Demolition Job Enters Sixth Month

A nearly-$20 million dollar project to remove a flood-wrecked manufacturing complex in the Town of Union is continuing.

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Historic Owego Home Gets A “Lift”

An ambitious project to protect a pre-Civil War Tioga County house from future flooding is nearing completion.

Julie Nucci and Jim Overhiser decided to elevate their historic home in the village of Owego following the flood of September 2011...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Owego Elementary School Construction Nearing Completion

Workers are putting some of the finishing touches on the $72 million Owego Elementary School project.

The new complex is being built on the site of the former school, which was damaged by flooding that started on the first day of the school year in September 2011...

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Westover Building Demolition To Cost $18.5 Million

The United States Air Force has committed $1.2 million for an environmental assessment of the flood-damaged town of Union site that had housed BAE Systems...

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Photo: Getty Images

Federal Government To Buy Out Some Flooded JC Properties

Village of Johnson City Officials were informed this week by FEMA that approval has been granted to the New York State Office of Emergency Management to fund the village's application for nine home buyouts...

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