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  • Three children killed in Bronx fire started by candle

    Three young boys died in a fire started by a candle in a Bronx apartment where the power had been shut off, police said. The two-alarm fire broke out just before 8 p.m. Friday in a second-floor apartment where a 25-year-old WOMAN and five of her young...
  • Metro-North's Electrical Failure Outrageous, Inexcusable

    Metro-North's Electrical Failure Outrageous,  Inexcusable
    A second major loss of service in four months on Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Division is outrageous and unacceptable. This service must be reliable. Early Wednesday morning, for reasons still unknown, a 138,000-volt Con Edison feeder cable, which...
  • Be flexible and willing to learn from your peers

    Be flexible and willing to learn from your peers
    Who: James V Brunetti, 58, Hallandale Beach Why: Joined Calvin, Giordano & Associates's Fort Lauderdale office in January and was recently appointed to the newly created position of senior vice president, director of design services. Resume...
  • Bloomberg unveils sweeping disaster protection plan for New York

    In a far-reaching plan that would reshape the coastline of the nation's largest city, New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg unveiled a $20-billion proposal Tuesday that he said will protect New Yorkers from disasters brought on by climate change. New...
  • Rolf Forsberg's 'Parable' part of UCLA tribute on an 'Outre World'

    Several classic feature films such as 1961's "Breakfast at Tiffany's," 1950's "Born Yesterday" and 1983's "A Christmas Story" were among the 25 motion pictures selected last December for inclusion in the prestigious National Film Registry of the Library...
  • Arkansas linemen headed to Sandy-ravaged areas

    Arkansas linemen headed to Sandy-ravaged areas
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Nov. 5, 2012 – Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas crews from four distribution cooperatives have been dispatched to assist with power restoration efforts in New York.  The outages are the result of Hurricane Sandy. Crews from...
  • Apple sparks renewed interest in dividend-paying stocks

    Apple sparks renewed interest in dividend-paying stocks
    Apple made headlines again last week, but this time they weren't entirely about the new iPad. The tech behemoth announced that it would start paying a quarterly dividend worth $2.65 per share beginning in July. That amounts to nearly $10 billion to be...
  • Irene's aftermath claims second Marylander as utilities work to restore power

    Irene's aftermath claims second Marylander as utilities work to restore power
    As the pace of electricity restoration slowed Tuesday, the aftermath of Hurricane Irene continued to frustrate thousands of utility customers and officials announced another storm-related death in Maryland. More than 165,000 customers remained without...
  • Ellen McCormack dies at 84; antiabortion presidential candidate

    Ellen McCormack, a New York housewife who briefly became a national figure in American politics when she twice ran for president, in 1976 and 1980, in campaigns designed to galvanize the antiabortion movement, has died. She was 84. McCormack died of...
  • Americans for the Arts names top 10 companies that support the arts

     
    Corporate philanthropy has long been a means of soul-cleansing for American businesses. For arts institutions, corporate donations are a lifeblood without which many would cease to exist. The awkward symbiosis is for the most part unique to the U.S....
  • Nassau manhole man: King is a "great lawmaker"

     
    We've already heard from Rep. Peter King, ranking member of the House homeland security committee, saying he did nothing wrong in facilitating a $3 million federal allocation for protective manhole covers like those built by a local company, Manhole......