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  • Friday Morning Coffee: Orie Faces New Charges, Allentown's Pawlowski Tests The Statewide Waters.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Since we know that most of you already have one eye on the long weekend ahead, we'll dispense with the usual formalities and just jump right into the rest and the best of the day's......
  • NBA arena rankings: No. 6 Oklahoma City Thunder's Chesapeake Energy Arena

    NBA arena rankings: No. 6 Oklahoma City Thunder's Chesapeake Energy Arena
    It's difficult to build an NBA arena that stands out from the pack. In sharp contrast to the sport of baseball — which enables architects to create quirky outfield dimensions and venues that sometimes employ retractable roofs — basketball...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: The Tuesday Five.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. As ever, we're behind schedule and severely undercaffeinated on this cloudy morning. Our morning began with a trip to the Fix-It shop. Our fine German import was brought low by the gaping holes in Pennsylvania's......
  • Fracking: Monterey shale exploration draws protest [Updated]

     
    Environmental groups filed a formal protest this week with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management calling for a halt to the leasing of 2,600-acres in California's Fresno and Monterey counties for oil and gas shale exploration. They said future drilling......
  • California bill would reveal chemicals used in "fracking" process

     
    A bill forcing oil and gas companies to reveal what chemicals they use when using hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," to extract natural gas in California passed the California Senate Natural Resources Committee earlier this month and is set to go......
  • Marcellus shale: What took millions of years to create merits a few years of study

    Marcellus shale: What took millions of years to create merits a few years of study
    The reaction from the petroleum industry to the notion that Maryland ought to look before it leaps into natural gas drilling was swift and predictable: Maryland is in danger of falling behind the pace set by other states in tapping the lucrative Marcellus...
  • Companies with the most older workers

    As baby boomers begin to approach traditional retirement age, the workforce is aging rapidly. But not all industries are aging at the same rate. Some companies employ significantly more older workers than others. Just over a quarter (26 percent) of...
  • How to create superstar employees

    How to create superstar employees
    What does Tiger Woods have to do with your happiness and productivity at work? Surprisingly, quite a bit. Tiger Woods recently dropped out of golf's top 10 world rankings for the first time in 14 years. His descent has shocked the golf world, but it...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Post-Election Hangover Edition.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Well, the votes have been counted, the tallies have been tallied and the great experiment we call democracy appears to have emerged none the worse for wear from last night's municipal and county elections. As......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Judicial Salaries Increase. Did Yours?

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. More astute readers may recall that, in a report released late last month, officials Gavel in the statewide judiciary complained warned that a flat-funded 2011-12 budget would leave a $47 million deficit that could...
  • Gansler's fracking lawsuit: Polluters and watchdogs

    Gansler's fracking lawsuit: Polluters and watchdogs
    Lawsuits brought by government and private parties to address damage done to the environment became a necessary fact of life in this country long ago. In a perfect world, perhaps nobody would pollute — or at least those who did would immediately and...