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  • Chill out: Maintenance can make air conditioner more efficient

    Invest the time to improve air conditioner efficiency (or the money for a service call), and the triple reward is cooler air, lower utility bills and longer appliance life. Some improvements require a service tech with specialized equipment, for...
  • Alaska fuel delivery: Crews primed to unload at icy journey's end

     
    Alaska fuel delivery: The delivery of fuel to ice-locked Nome, Alaska, is almost complete, with crews from a Russian tanker preparing to unload fuel to the town....
  • Police shootings: Officers' names must be made public, court rules

     
    The names of officers involved in shootings are public information subject to disclosure by law, a California appellate court ruled Tuesday, marking the latest legal opinion in a public records court battle that has embroiled law enforcement and the...
  • Shade-loving edible: yuki-no-shita, a.k.a. strawberry begonia

     
    Yuki-no-shita: The Japanese and rock garden plant sometimes called strawberry geranium or strawberry begonia is a shade-loving ground cover that blooms nicely in spring and early summer....
  • Grow your own chipilín for tamales, pupusas

     
    There’s a secret to spouting the notoriously difficult seed of chipilín, the leafy plant used in so much southern Mexican and Central American cooking....
  • Mulberry trees: A race with squirrels for sweet fruit

     
    Mulberry trees: There are two tricks to growing them -- knowing what kind to plant (black, red or white), and beating animals to the abundant harvest....
  • Guess what health inspectors found in restaurant kitchens this time? Soiled personal laundry, live moths in flour

     
    These restaurants, stores and other food establishments failed food safety inspections in about the past month. Here's what inspectors found, according to their reports: A-Treat Bottling Company, 2001 Union Blvd., Allentown May 23, 2012 The following...
  • Big box compassionate (not!)

     
    This story of corporate “care” from reader Debbie: Your story about Publix finally paying the hospital expenses of a shopper injured because of poorly stacked juice cans in one of its stores reminded me of what happened to me in a leading...
  • Rating power blowers from meek to mighty

    Rating power blowers from meek to mighty
    Blowing leaves, grass clippings and pine cones is easier than sweeping them off the patio or raking them off the lawn. It's also faster, even if you're stopping once in a while for oil and gas. That's why most landscaping contractors use blowers instead...
  • Wilson Borough councilman dies

     
    A Wilson Borough councilman died Sunday at age 70. Robert Reiss, a councilman since the 1990s and former council president, died Sunday at the Hershey Medical Center, according to an obituary published in the Express Times. A 1959 graduate of Wilson...
  • Garden hoses often contain phthalates and lead, study says

     
    HealthyStuff.org tests 90 garden hoses, 53 gloves and other gardening equipment and finds that many contained phthalates or lead....