Signal’s website was recently honored at The American Advertising Awards (also known as The ADDY Awards), the world’s leading advertising competition. The winners were chosen from various local entries from the Greater Fort Lauderdale & The Palm Beaches area. The ADDY Gala was held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Thursday March 2nd 2017.
For the past ten years, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been overseeing the asbestos clean-up in the small town of Libby, Montana, which has been on the EPA’s Superfund National Priorities List. On Wednesday, the Obama administration declared Libby and the immediate area a “public health emergency”. Under this state of emergency
Typhoon Koppu, known additionally as Lando, made landfall in the northern Philippines on Sunday, killing at least two and displacing at least 16,000 people. The deadly storm caused a concrete wall in a home in Subic, Zambales to topple over, killing a 62-year-old woman and injuring her husband. A 14-year-old teenager was killed after being
The recent Jesusita Fire in Santa Barbara County, California, has burned more than 8,600 acres of land over the last four days. Over 75 homes were destroyed, and more than 30,500 residents were evacuated. Another 23,000 are on standby to leave immediately when the notice comes down. Approximately 3,500 homes along with 100 businesses are
By Jeff Daniels As California’s four-year drought worsens and water supplies dwindle in the state, an old technology—railroads—could play a role in alleviating some water shortages. “We certainly have that capability today,” said Mike Trevino, a spokesman for privately held BNSF Railway, which operates one of the largest freight railroad networks in North America.
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Nepal’s government will need immense international support as the Himalayan nation begins turning its attention toward reconstruction in the coming weeks, in the wake of the devastating April earthquake, a top official said Monday. Nepal is one of the world’s poorest nations, and its economy, largely based on tourism, has been
By Davis Nolan Published: May 1, 2015, 2:22 pm Updated: May 1, 2015, 3:27 pm NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Five years ago, Nashville residents witnessed the beginning of 2010’s historic flooding when Mill Creek inundated Interstate 24 near Bell Road. Cars were covered to their roofs, with motorists barely escaping to safety. Even a portable classroom from Lighthouse