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  • Fracking moratorium is the right step

    Fracking moratorium is the right step
    Your editorial ("Fracking deserves a pause," March 25) got it right on all counts. Fracking simply does not mesh well with our tourist industry in Western Maryland. As one who has enjoyed the riches of our state west of I-270, I shudder to think of what...
  • The Grand Republican Strategy: We Win, You Pay

    The Grand Republican Strategy: We Win, You Pay
    On a recent trip to London, I got into a conversation with a wealthy oil and gas investor about climate change. He didn’t disagree we need to shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy, he said. His job is to make sure the lights in our homes still...
  • St. Charles man charged in tech firm theft

    St. Charles man charged in tech firm theft
    A 31-year-old St. Charles man remains in Kane County Jail on $100,000 bail following his arrest on charges he misused a company credit card to make thousands of dollars in unauthorized purchases. Adam Gornowich, of the 100 block of Walnut Drive, was...
  • Reilly presses tax credit for 155 blind Anne Arundel residents

    Reilly presses tax credit for 155 blind Anne Arundel residents
    A local bill passed in the Senate and moving through the House of Delegates is an example of legislation working for the little guy. It would impact about 155 Anne Arundel County households, doubling the discount blind or surviving spouse could...
  • Community news for South Windsor edition

    Vendors wanted for Paws in the Park SOUTH WINDSOR - The annual Paws in the Park is now accepting vendors. This free event will take place Saturday, May 2, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Nevers Park in South Windsor. The event includes many...
  • Experts warn of more data breaches in lead up to EMV roll out

    Experts warn of more data breaches in lead up to EMV roll out
    Tired of hearing about data breaches and stolen credit card information? An executive at Fidelity National Information Solutions says you should expect more frequent attacks this year. Bob Legters, who works at the company’s St. Petersburg office,...
  • Candidates differ on early-childhood building in District 200

     Candidates differ on early-childhood building in District 200
    The five candidates vying for three seats on the board of Wheaton Warrenville Community Unit District 200 on April 7 hold divergent views on how to approach a potential upgrade of the Jefferson Early Childhood Center. In 2013, voters in the district,...
  • Lake County courts: Heroin possession in Hammond nets four-year term

    Lake County courts: Heroin possession in Hammond nets four-year term
    Chicago man gets 4 years for heroin possession A Chicago man was sentenced Wednesday to four years for possession of a narcotic drug and was ordered by Lake Superior Court Judge Diane Ross Boswell to perform 120 hours of community service. Jeremiah...
  • Q&A: Park Ridge's 3rd Ward candidates

    Rick Van Roeyen and Robert Wilkening, candidates for Park Ridge alderman representing the 3rd Ward, answer a few questions for the Park Ridge Herald-Advocate. Rick Van Roeyen Age: 50 Profession: High school teacher Years as a resident: eight Why...
  • Credit card stolen in Plantation used in Hallandale, cops say

    Credit card stolen in Plantation used in Hallandale, cops say
    Plantation police are trying to find the person who robbed a woman at gunpoint in a restaurant parking lot and was later seen using her credit card at a gas station in Hallandale Beach. According to police, the 24-year-old woman's purse and its...
  • Moratorium sought on school testing

    Moratorium sought on school testing
    Two Republican lawmakers want to put a moratorium on standardized testing for students in second grade or lower, arguing youngsters are over-tested and losing enthusiasm for school. Senate Minority Leader J.B. Jennings, a Baltimore County Republican,...