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The Hartford CourantAt the department of public works' second annual open house on Saturday, kids will have a chance to hang out in big trucks while adults take care of paper shredding and learn about hazardous waste disposal. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's energy and environment team took two steps forward on Thursday after the U.S. Senate confirmed Ernest Moniz as energy secretary and a committee cleared Gina McCarthy to get a full Senate vote to lead the...
Former Blackhawks coach Trent Yawney has listed his five-bedroom, 4,000-square-foot home in Park Ridge for $1.1 million. Yawney, a former Blackhawks defenseman, coached the team from 2005-2006. He is the coach of the Norfolk Admirals team, which is...
In keeping up with campaign promises, several Delray Beach city officials are going after city contracts they say were awarded without proper bidding. At Tuesday's workshop meeting, a majority of City Commissioners agreed to revisit two contracts that...
Special to the TribuneOprah Winfrey's Chicago real estate foibles continue. Almost two years ago, the talk-show queen signed off on her massively popular, Chicago-based national chatfest. Soon afterward, she closed her flagship Oprah Store, which was located at 1017 W....
Dan Ervin's commentary on lifting restrictions on U.S. companies supplying nuclear power equipment abroad is completely misleading ("A nuclear opportunity," May 6). Nuclear energy is not, as Mr. Ervin says, pollutant free or carbon free. Government...
The Hartford CourantMoney from a multi-million settlement with the federal energy department will trickle to state ratepayers over the next three years. The $160 million settlement resulted from the energy department's failure to dispose of spent nuclear fuel and nuclear...
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Oklahoma authorities said Thursday that bodies found last month in a hole initially dug for a septic tank were likely those of three females missing since 1992 and that police had arrested a man who sprinkled black pepper on the impromptu grave in an...
With the rainy season just weeks away, Deerfield Beach's most dubious neighbor is taking a proactive approach. The Monarch Hill Renewable Energy Park sent a glossy mailing to between 12,000 and 15,000 households surrounding the 500-acre landfill...
One Oak Park resident reported not knowing how much food the family threw away until joining the village's pilot food-waste and soiled-paper collection that started last April. One woman said her family now throws out only one bag of garbage each month....
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERAn escrow account opened 34 years ago for what became an unneeded sewage collection system at King’s Mountain Resort was terminated Monday by Somerset County Judge David C. Klementik. After a hearing he approved the trust’s closure and the...
Connecticut burns more trash per person than any other state in the country, an increasingly unsustainable waste management strategy. The Connecticut Resource Recovery Authority's financial crisis demonstrates that burning trash doesn't make economic...
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