- Tornado Outbreak 2011
TVA to begin warning siren replacement
TVA spokesman Ray Golden said the $7 million project will start in Limestone County with the replacement of 100 sirens and poles.
- EMA plans upgrades in wake of disaster
4/27 by the numbers
Approximately $530 million in federal funds has been approved to help survivors, businesses, communities and the state of Alabama rebuild safer and stronger following the historic outbreak of storms and tornadoes in the spring.
Free camp open to children affected by tornadoes
Camp Alabama Storm is being sponsored by the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Alabama, and will be held at Camp McDowell in Nauvoo.
Moment of silence held today to remember April 27 storm victims
In remembrance of the April 27 deadly tornado outbreak six months ago, residents are invited to pause for reflection at 8 a.m. today in the Storytelling Festival tent on Marion Street.
EMA plan upgrades in wake of disaster
Director Rita White said the agency has added at least five satellite telephones to the one they already had in its mobile command center, a moveable trailer that can serve as its base when needed.
City, county await FEMA funds
Six months after the April 27 tornadoes, the city of Athens and Limestone County are awaiting hefty federal and state reimbursements for everything from debris removal to repairing damaged infrastructure.
- Rebuilding after tornadoes continues, recovery far from over
- 4.27.2011: Six Months Later
- 350 to 400 volunteers coming to Limestone to rebuild tornado-damaged homes
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