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  • Army says tests show minimal effects from May 2 sewage in Edgewood

    The Army says a 1.8 million gallon overflow of partially treated sewage from a wastewater treatment plant serving Aberdeen Proving Ground's Edgewood Area earlier this month had minimal effect on the environment. "In a report received [May 8] at APG's...
  • Pilot: New Va. GOP director linked to land deal under investigation

    The Virginia Republican Party did not need this. From Julian Walker at The Virginian-Pilot: ... in the form of a state investigation linked to Shaun Kenney, who was hired in April as Virginia GOP executive director. The probe involving the state...
  • The Harbor Report: This week's tour of the harbor

    I made three rather interesting stops while making my way around the harbor this week. My first stop was at the new North Sails loft, located within the MacGregor Yachts facility on Placentia Avenue in Costa Mesa. I went there to meet with my friend...
  • Portland water scare: Water bottles sell out, restaurants close

    Portland water scare: Water bottles sell out, restaurants close
    Facing the largest boil-water order in the region’s history, Portlanders emptied stores’ supplies of bottled water, chucked potentially contaminated food and braced for a complicated Memorial Day weekend. About 670,000 people in the...
  • 'Poems of Warren' tells story of town lost under waters of Loch Raven Reservoir

    Timonium resident and poet Ann Kolakowski says that what she discovered when her grandmother turned 99 has haunted her to this day. Now, nearly 12 years later, she has published a book of poetry about that discovery. "When my brothers and I were...
  • Hancock's new 'Tilt!' puts you over the edge

    Hancock's new 'Tilt!' puts you over the edge
    Step into the new Tilt! attraction on the 94th floor of the John Hancock Center and at first nothing happens. You are holding big metal bars. You are peering through a full-length window. But you know what is about to occur, and your insides, you are...
  • Foothill residents asked to reduce water by 20%

    Foothill residents asked to reduce water by 20%
    Foothill Municipal Water District is asking local residents to practice “extraordinary” water conservation, in the wake of an executive order from Gov. Jerry Brown to intensify statewide drought response efforts. Increasing its water...
  • Judge rejects environmental challenges to Mojave groundwater project

    Judge rejects environmental challenges to Mojave groundwater project
    In a one-page ruling, an Orange County Superior Court judge last week swept aside environmental challenges to Cadiz Inc.’s plans to pump groundwater from beneath the Mojave Desert and sell it to Southern California suburbs. The May 1 decision by...
  • From the Boathouse: Raise a toast to tap water

    Ahoy! Did you know that May 4-10 is Drinking Water Week? Well, now you know. The American Water Works Assn. and its members want to inform everyone about your drinking water and the water infrastructure. The AWWA has been celebrating this week for the...
  • In Syria, residents of Aleppo struggle with a water shortage

    In Syria, residents of Aleppo struggle with a water shortage
    The Syrian city of Aleppo is suffering an extreme water shortage days after an antigovernment Islamist faction shut down two pumping stations, government officials and a pro-opposition monitoring group said. The shutdown has left more than 2 million...
  • L.A. County supervisors order agencies to scale back water use

    L.A. County supervisors order agencies to scale back water use
    Los Angeles County's board of supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to order restrictions on water use for its government operations, following a state directive to Californians to curb water usage during one of the worst droughts in decades. The...