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1919-2011 Steven Istvan Choti, 92, died on December 28, 2011, after a lengthy battle from complications of Alzheimer’s disease. Born in Oregcserto, Hungary on August 30, 1919, he was the son of Antal and Erzsebet (Torok) Csoti. While a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe show will go on for The Capitol Theatre despite failing to reach its annual fundraising goal, theater operations manager Linda Boeckman said Saturday. Boeckman said organizers were $18,000 shy of reaching their Dec. 31, 2011, goal of $100,000. "We...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterBRAWLEY — A local agriculture-based company has flipped the switch, starting its solar operations on an ironically cloudy day. Five Crowns Marketing here held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday to unveil its new solar energy system, one of the...
WORTHINGTON, Minn. - As its company continues to provide interconnections to the transmission grid for wind development across southern Minnesota and Iowa, ITC Midwest is looking to also inspire young minds to take an interest in the sciences and consider...
Several local congressmen responded to President Obama's State of the Union Address. Here is what they had to say: -------------------------------------- GOODLATTE STATEMENT FOLLOWING PRESIDENT OBAMA’S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS “Actions...
NEW YORK (AP) — Natural gas prices are rebounding from 10-year lows as producers cut back and colder weather forces homeowners to turn up the heat. The price of natural gas futures rose Tuesday for the third straight trading day, adding 2 cents at...
Two members of an Anne Arundel County panel charged with considering sweeping changes to county law and councilmanic districts in a once-a-decade review process have resigned under pressure from the county's Ethics Commission. Linda M. Schuett and Dirk...
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Undeterred by accusations he's waging "war on rural Maryland," Gov. Martin O'Malley has revived legislation aimed at curbing sprawling development built with septic systems. The governor's septics bill, part of his legislative package introduced Monday...
Delegate Bob Marshall doesn't want the federal government telling Virginians what kind of light bulbs to use. The Prince William County Republican has introduced legislation to allow the manufacture and sale of incandescent light bulbs within Virginia'...
Columbia Association board members heard requests from residents and village board members, ranging from security improvements to upgrades to aging infrastructure, at a public hearing on how to spend the homeowner group's nearly $60 million annual...
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union met cautious local optimism, after he laid out several broad proposals Tuesday night. The president called for incentives to keep college tuitions low, the creation of a veterans’ organization to...
Environmental activists rallied in Annapolis yesterday evening, as their leaders described this year's General Assembly session as a make-or-break one for restoring the Chesapeake Bay and fighting climate change. Senate President Thomas V. "Mike"...
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