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  • Ospreys make a comeback in Cook County

    Ospreys make a comeback in Cook County
    Mom and Dad were not happy. Shrieking, circling, diving, they warned the man in the cherry picker to leave their chick, high up in the nest, alone. It was likely the first baby for these osprey parents, after all. But Chris Anchor, a wildlife biologist...
  • Republican candidates spent money to make money

    Republican candidates spent money to make money
    The huge infrastructure that President Obama is putting together for his reelection effort was already visible in the first few months of spending by his campaign, which doled out $10.5 million for a massive bricks-and-mortar operation based in Chicago....
  • Invasive snakehead found in river near Annapolis

    Invasive snakehead found in river near Annapolis
    A mature, egg-bearing northern snakehead has been discovered by scientists in a river just south of Annapolis, raising the possibility that low salinity in the Chesapeake Bay this year may have allowed the invasive fish to escape from the Potomac River....
  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the July 12 meeting of the City Council. The council's next regularly scheduled meeting will be Aug. 16. * Telecommunications facility approved, 3-2 A telecommunications facility near the entrance to Upper Irvine Cove was narrowly...
  • Council OKs new cell-tower rules

    With the demand for wireless service increasing against a backdrop of persistent concerns among some residents about aesthetics and possible health problems associated with telecommunications equipment, the City Council has approved changes to how...
  • An end-around for cell towers

    Local officials have long been frustrated with what to do about wireless telecommunications equipment — companies say customers need them for better cellular reception, but those same customers, as residents, say they don’t want them in...
  • Burbank to allow cellular towers in public right-of-ways, angering residents

    The City Council this week moved to allow cellular towers on new poles in public right-of-ways provided the service provider obtains an encroachment permit. Residents who live within 1,000 feet of the proposed tower will be notified of the permit once it...
  • AT&T plans to phase out 2G service by end of 2016

    AT&T plans to phase out its 2G service to support more advanced mobile Internet services on its 3G and 4G networks, the company said in a regulatory filing Friday. The company said it expected to fully discontinue the service by the end of 2016. It...
  • Obama, Romney miss the elephant in the room

    Obama, Romney miss the elephant in the room
    The unemployment rate has been stuck above 8 percent for months. President Barack Obama continues to blame the moribund economy on President George W. Bush while claiming that he has created 4.5 million jobs. Republican challenger Mitt Romney announces...
  • Burbank to explore limitations on wireless communications equipment

    The City Council on Tuesday directed officials to look at options for limiting how and where wireless telecommunications facilities are built, particularly when it involves buildings such as churches and libraries and in residential areas. Among the...
  • STORY: Hampton police ran profitable cigarette business

    STORY: Hampton police ran profitable cigarette business
    HAMPTON — For more than a year and a half, Hampton police officers ran an undercover cigarette business. Tens of thousands of dollars at a time would change hands inside a nondescript industrial warehouse off Aberdeen Road, as the department's...