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  • Fort Lauderdale company awarded patent for water-filtering technology

    Fort Lauderdale company awarded patent for water-filtering technology
    Periodic Products, a Fort Lauderdale company that made a splash with its unique pool-cleaning product, has been awarded a U.S. patent for its filtration technology that collects metals from water.  The new patent allows the company to develop the...
  • Fort Hill Farms ushers in fall with Farmtober

    Fort Hill Farms in Thompson ushered in fall with a Farmtober event during the Columbus Day weekend. Visitors enjoyed folk music, family-friendly storytelling, gemstone mining and discovering twists and turns in the corn maze and "mini-moo" labyrinth.
  • Neanderthal Ball features prehistoric fashions, fund-raising for science center

    Neanderthal Ball features prehistoric fashions, fund-raising for science center
    The Neanderthal Ball, a fund-raiser for youth-education programs at Orlando Science Center, is set for Nov. 1 at the museum. The annual event, themed to prehistoric times, includes upscale dining, silent and live auctions, a make-your-own-sangria bar,...
  • 20 area Halloween events for every taste

    20 area Halloween events for every taste
    Why waste a great Halloween costume on just one night of fun? With these 20 exciting Halloween events including creepy-crawly creatures, scary-good performances and kooky costume parties for a variety of tastes and ages, you're sure to have a goulish good...
  • Will the drought kill California's economy?

    Some "deep green" environmentalists believe that the tab for two-plus centuries of industrialization is about to come due in the form of a catastrophic ecological disaster -- one that might lead to the sixth great mass extinction on a scale similar to the...
  • Are the political winds shifting in favor of net neutrality?

    Are the political winds shifting in favor of net neutrality?
    The unknown factor that keeps advocates of network neutrality up at night is whether our political leaders will have the spine to resist the principle's enemies -- the Comcasts and Verizons of the world, who wish to profiteer from charging website...
  • York Supervisors recognize death of County Administrator James O. "Mac" McReynolds, name interim

    Two days after York County Administrator James O. "Mac" McReynolds died the county's Board of Supervisors held a somber Tuesday evening meeting. Several board members said they couldn't help but look to their right for McReynolds. "I expect to lean over...
  • Mane 'n Tail hair care manufacturer expanding in the Lehigh Valley

    Mane 'n Tail hair care manufacturer expanding in the Lehigh Valley
    One of the top-ranked young competitors in the equine sport of eventing, Caroline Martin looked all over for a shampoo that would leave her horse's coat and mane shiny, but wouldn't dry out its skin with repeated grooming. Mane 'n Tail equine shampoo...
  • Planners seek public input on future land use

    Gloucester County planning officials are hoping to gather public input on the potential future use of 14 parcels of land that have been acquired since 2009 under FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. The Department of Planning and Zoning will...
  • 'Game of Thrones' Actress Natalie Dormer Joins Supernatural Thriller 'The Forest'

    "Game of Thrones" actress Natalie Dormer will star in supernatural thriller "The Forest" from Lava Bear Films and David S. Goyer's Phantom Four. David Linde's Lava Bear and Goyer -- the screenwriter of the "Dark Knight" trilogy -- tapped Jason Zada...
  • Amid California's drought, a bruising battle for cheap water

    Amid California's drought, a bruising battle for cheap water
    The signs appear about 200 miles north of Los Angeles, tacked onto old farm wagons parked along quiet two-lane roads and bustling Interstate 5. "Congress Created Dust Bowl." "Stop the Politicians' Water Crisis." "No Water No Jobs." They dot the...