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  • Conservancy remains optimistic in open-space effort

    Conservancy remains optimistic in open-space effort
    As Banning Ranch developers prepare their application for the California Coastal Commission, conservationists are still hoping they will someday be able to buy the ranch's 400 acres and preserve it all as open space. But after Monday night's 6-0 vote...
  • Gas prices in California hit new record high at $4.67 a gallon

    Gas prices in California are at a record high for the third day in a row, up slightly more than a cent overnight at $4.668 for a gallon of regular just as motorists start their work week. The cost of fueling up has soared in recent days, as refinery...
  • Like Feinstein, Boxer urges federal inqury into high gas prices

    Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) is following in her colleague Dianne Feinstein’s steps by calling for a federal investigation into record gas prices in California. Boxer is urging the Department of Justice’s Oil and Gas Price Fraud Working...
  • Jim Carbonetti, past president of two local groups, passes away at 81

    Longtime La Cañada Flintridge resident James Anthony “Jim” Carbonetti, a past president of the La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn. and the La Cañada High School Spartan Boosters Club, passed away Oct. 10 at the age of 81....
  • Maryland biofuel fraud case rattles industry

    The case that has rattled the nation's renewable fuels industry began with some flashy cars. As Rodney R. Hailey accumulated a string of vehicles, including a Rolls-Royce, two Bentleys and a Lamborghini, the Perry Hall man's neighbors became suspicious....
  • Stock buybacks fall for second consecutive quarter

    Stock buybacks fall for second consecutive quarter
    American companies are getting a bit hesitant about buying back their own stock. Share repurchases by large companies fell in the first three months of this year, the second consecutive quarter of declining buybacks, according to Standard & Poor’...
  • Canton Crossing retail center set to break ground in August

    The groundbreaking for a Main Street-style shopping center on a 25-acre parcel just south of Brewers Hill is set for the middle of August, the developer said Monday. Preparatory work on below-grade utilities recently began at the Canton Crossing site,...
  • Newport council to consider Banning Ranch at special meeting

    Opponents and supporters of the proposed Banning Ranch development are preparing for a contentious special Newport Beach City Council meeting Monday. The council could give final approval to 1,375 homes, a small hotel, commercial space, open space and...
  • Top Maryland court hears Exxon gasoline spill appeals

    Top Maryland court hears Exxon gasoline spill appeals
    The Exxon Mobil Corp. asked Maryland's highest court Monday to erase most of the more than $1.5 billion awarded in two lawsuits over a large gasoline spill that Jacksonville residents claimed polluted their well water, left them fearful of getting...
  • Hess Corp. settles with Loch Raven homeowners

    Hess Corp. settles with Loch Raven homeowners
    Hess Corp. has agreed to buy eight duplexes in Loch Raven and demolish them to settle homeowners' claims of contamination from a nearby gas station, the company said Friday. Residents of Yakona Road had filed more than a dozen lawsuits against the...
  • U.S. must 'hustle' to reach 36 billion gallons of biofuels by 2022, Agriculture Secretary Vilsack says

    U.S. must 'hustle' to reach 36 billion gallons of biofuels by 2022, Agriculture Secretary Vilsack says
    The United States can meet President Barack Obama’s goal of producing 36 billion gallons of biofuels by 2022, but it better get moving. That’s according to Tom Vilsack, secretary of theU.S. Department of Agriculture, which is working with...