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3 hrs ago | CBC News
Emergency officials in New Brunswick are keeping a close eye on ice that is slowly moving down the St. John River after a 35-kilometre ice jam broke in two overnight.
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7 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
River levels are going down around the state, but a few flood watches and warnings remained in effect Easter Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
11 hrs ago | Sofia News Agency
According to reports of public broadcaster RTS, as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency, the local Red Cross unit announced that it had sent aid to the affected areas, including Kursumlija, Doljevac and Prokuplje.
15 hrs ago | The News
The New Brunswick village of Perth-Andover is closely watching the St. John River this morning after a massive ice jam moved through the Grand Falls dam north of the community and joined another patch of ice further downstream.
19 hrs ago | WTVY Dothan
Shoal R Mossy Head .. FS 14'.. CL 14.3' - falling Shoal R Crestview .. FS 8'.. FL 11.5' - Sun Apr 20 Choctawhatchee R Newton ..
Many of the homes in Moorland were evacuated in the middle of the night when its defences were eventually breached.
But it appears increasingly likely that when it does, it's going to take a piece of Jackson with it.
Boulder County will be continuing work this week on removing potentially hazardous flood-deposited debris from stream channels, stabilizing stream banks and removing hazardous homes.
Fatal car crash near the town of Sandanski, accident on Hemus motorway, heavy rains and floods marked the Holy Saturday in Bulgaria.
Three ice jams in Doaktown, N.B., that river watchers are keeping an eye on have the potential to cause further flooding problems if the massive amounts of ice come together blocking the flow.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for the Lowcountry.
About 200 homes and businesses remainedevacuated Friday afternoon in a small Osceola County town after water rose to record-breaking levels this week on the Muskegon River.
Water from the St. John River covers the highway in Maugerville, N.B. on Thursday, April 17, 2014.
New Brunswickers living in flood-prone communities are being urged to stay vigilant as cleanup from this week's flooding continues.
Although water levels are moderating, the risk of flooding will continue as temperatures rise this weekend and the snowpack melts; therefore the Flood Watch issued by the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority remains in place for major watercourses including the La Vase River, Parks Creek, Duchesnay Creek, Wasi River and watercourses flowing ... (more)
The Dexter town manager says =, all things considered, the situation could have been much worse.