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  • Exclusive: First U.S. condensate cargo up for sale in Asia as ban eases

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A U.S. energy company launched a broad effort this week to find buyers for the first ever U.S. exports of condensate, an ultra-light oil, signaling the start of what could be a growing trade as demand grows worldwide. One week after...
  • Japan is ready to flex its military

    Japan is ready to flex its military
    Japan is a close friend and ally of the United States, and a crucial strategic military partner in Asia. But if the going got rough, and, say, North Korea attacked U.S. forces somewhere in the Pacific, could we count on Japanese military support? The...
  • Elizabeth River Crossings prepping for Hurricane Arthur

    Elizabeth River Crossings prepping for Hurricane Arthur
    Elizabeth River Crossings officials said crews are preparing construction sites and the Midtown and Downtown tunnels for Hurricane Arthur and expected rain and winds. In a prepared statement, officials said they had "additional staff and equipment on...
  • VDOT is prepping for Hurricane Arthur's arrival

    VDOT is prepping for Hurricane Arthur's arrival
    Virginia Department of Transportation say they are prepared for Hurricane Arthur and what is traditionally one of the busiest travel weekends in Hampton Roads. Spokesman Ron Watrous said VDOT had crews inspecting and cleaning storm water drain systems...
  • East Hampton Council Approves Contract For Work At Sears Park

    EAST HAMPTON – A park on Lake Pocotopaug was the setting for an outdoor meeting of the town council Tuesday, where members approved a contract for repairs to the Sears Park beach. With children splashing in the lake and boats cruising by, the...
  • Storms leave power outages, flooding, flight delays in central U.S.

    Storms leave power outages, flooding, flight delays in central U.S.
    (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of people were without power on Tuesday after a deadly storm that brought tornadoes, high winds, hail and heavy rain to the central United States. Illinois was particularly hard hit as flooding, downed trees and fires...
  • 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....
  • Baltimore area has a high share of STEM job openings

    Baltimore area has a high share of STEM job openings
    The Baltimore area has an outsized share of job openings in fields that make heavy use of science, technology, engineering or math skills, occupations that pay more and are harder for employers to fill, according to a new analysis. The Brookings...
  • 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...