The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) announced Tuesday that several Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARC) will be open Thursday in Hancock County to make it easier for people affected by spring
The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) announced Tuesday that several Multi-Agency Resource Centers (MARC) will be open Thursday in Hancock County to make it easier for people affected by spring flooding to access disaster-related relief.
Riverview Park in Fort Madison is back open just in time for the 4th of July, after being flooded for weeks. Fort Madison City Manager
Things are finally getting back to normal for one business in Alexandria, Missouri. After being closed for more than a month due to flooding, employees
Tensions remain high along the Illinois River. Emergency management officials said the predicted crest went up again.
Volunteers were back early Sunday morning to continue filling sandbags in Quincy to send out to local levees.
Volunteers who have been busy sandbagging in Canton, Missouri this week are finally able to take a break.
In areas along the Illinois River, flood water is weakening roads in some areas.
With the Illinois River on the rise, volunteers in Bluff City came out to work on their levee.
In Quincy, Adams County Emergency Management and local volunteers filled sandbags Saturday to assist local levee districts.
Water toppled the levee in the Hunt-Lima levee district near Meyer, Illinois, Saturday morning. Volunteers are doing everything they can to protect property there.
The Ursa Farmers Co-op Meyer facility is protected by the Hunt-Lima levee and the facility was at risk of being lost to flooding early Saturday morning.
Multiple communities across the Tri-States have requested volunteers to help with sandbagging efforts.
PALMYRA, MISSOURI (WGEM) – Volunteers are needed to help fill sandbags at the Marion County Highway Department facility in Palmyra.