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  • New EPA rule would seek to cut carbon emissions 30% by 2030

    New EPA rule would seek to cut carbon emissions 30% by 2030
    The Obama administration will seek to cut greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants 30% from 2005 levels by 2030, potentially one of the biggest steps any country has taken to confront climate change, people familiar with the plan said Sunday....
  • Residents call flooding situation 'unacceptable'

    Residents call flooding situation 'unacceptable'
    About 20 Elmhurst residents squeezed into a small conference room Monday to complain to members of the Public Works Committee that chronic stormwater flooding problems appear to be worsening over years of what they see as a lack of effective action by...
  • Construction to curb street flooding to begin soon

    Construction to curb street flooding to begin soon
    Construction will start next week on two new detention basins designed to keep streets from flooding in the Catalina and Golfview subdivisions, Orland Park officials said. The basins, which will collect and store storm water runoff, are part of...
  • Burbank-Palmdale segment added to bullet train timetable

    In a strategic shift to secure new funding for California's bullet train project, state officials intend to accelerate their plans to build a Los Angeles County section of the $68-billion system. High-speed rail officials said they want to start a...
  • Pennsylvania College of Technology awards degrees

    Pennsylvania College of Technology awards degrees
    PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, Williamsport, held graduation ceremonies. Area residents receiving degrees include: PENNSYLVANIA Lehigh County Cody N. Bennicoff, Macungie, Bachelor of Science, Residential Construction Technology and Management:...
  • Bullet train: Burbank-Palmdale segment added

    Bullet train: Burbank-Palmdale segment added
    In a strategic shift to secure new funding for California's bullet train project, state officials intend to accelerate their plans to build a Los Angeles County section of the $68-billion system. High-speed rail officials said they want to start a...
  • City To Seek Development Proposals For Ballpark, Downtown North As Soon As Next Week

    City To Seek Development Proposals For Ballpark, Downtown North As Soon As Next Week
    HARTFORD — The city will seek proposals as early as next week to redevelop more than a dozen acres just north of downtown, seeking to capitalize on new attention that a planned minor league park is bringing to the long-ignored area. City officials...
  • Urban-gardening safety tips

    Urban-gardening safety tips
    Each spring, potted herbs and vegetables dot the fire escape of Steve Kelly's home in Mount Vernon. He grows anywhere from six to nine types of peppers, ranging from red and yellow to cayenne and banana. His herbs include basil, tarragon, chives,...
  • Glendale police release surveillance photos of vehicle burglary suspects

    Glendale police release surveillance photos of vehicle burglary suspects
    Police have released surveillance photos of three men suspected of breaking into a car in early June and stealing a backpack carrying money that belonged to a Montrose Farmers Market vendor. The vehicle burglary happened sometime between 3:15 and 3:25 p....
  • Rain delays Naperville construction projects

    Rain delays Naperville construction projects
    Several major construction projects in Naperville are facing delays due to the rainy weather this month. Work at Naper Settlement, Sportsman's Park and the new Knoch Knolls Nature Center has been affected, according to officials. The delays come as...
  • La Grange gets a 'little free library'

    La Grange gets a 'little free library'
    The new public library at the corner of Hillgrove Avenue and Poplar Place in La Grange is built of red-stained wood and has a brown shingled roof, but it sits on a post and will never hold more than two dozen books. Still, it carries the hope of...