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  • Harbor Point gets final green light

    Harbor Point gets final green light
    Environmental regulators said Thursday that they gave the final go-ahead for construction of the Harbor Point project, allowing the developer to begin driving pilings next week for a new Exelon Corp. office tower at the former factory site laced with...
  • Japanese company makes moon next frontier for branding

    Fasten your seat belts, fellow Americans. We're about to soar full-throttle into another space race. If you haven't heard, a Japanese sports drink manufacturer has concocted a plan to place a shiny blue titanium container of its Pocari Sweat beverage mix...
  • Tools and tricks to bring out wines' best flavor during hot summer months

    Tools and tricks to bring out wines' best flavor during hot summer months
    Heat wave, with more scorching days coming our way. Time to put those whites and rosés and, yes, reds in the fridge at the ready. But if you didn’t plan ahead, no worries. There’s more than one way to get that bottle cold. To chill down a...
  • The goods: Heavy metals for spring style

    The goods: Heavy metals for spring style
      Clockwise from upper right: Copper-plated apple candle, $99, by Michael Aram at nordstrom.com. Carnaby zebra stacking dish, $32, at jonathanadler.com. Woven linen storage basket, $9.95, at hm.com. Dries Van Noten gold sequined silk and...
  • Arsenic, chromium 6 levels in Glendale water above state goals

    Arsenic, chromium 6 levels in Glendale water above state goals
    The levels of arsenic and chromium 6 in Glendale’s drinking water are above recommended goals set by the state, giving local H20 a toxicity score in the 62nd percentile compared to other Los Angeles County cities, according to a report released by...
  • City to pay $445K in fines relating to storage tank laws

    The city is set to pay $445,000 in penalties and enforcement costs after state officials found Glendale in violation of several laws governing the underground storage of hazardous substances, such as unleaded gasoline and diesel fuel. State Atty. Gen....
  • One of heavy metal's 'greatest bands' to play Allentown's PPL Center

     
    A band that helped pioneer the dual-guitar attack, has a dozen gold and platinum albums and was ranked by MTV as the second "Greatest Metal Band" of all time says on its website that it will play Allentown’ new PPL......
  • Detroit Auto Show: Ford bets big on aluminum with F-150 truck

    Detroit Auto Show: Ford bets big on aluminum with F-150 truck
    While designing the next-generation F-150 truck, Ford Motor Co. secretly substituted the steel body on some of its current pickups with an aluminum shell and delivered them to business customers. The automaker was looking to test how lightweight aluminum...
  • Reisterstown gold buyers get probation in stolen-goods case

    Reisterstown gold buyers get probation in stolen-goods case
    The owners of a Reisterstown store have been given probation after allegedly purchasing stolen jewelry taken in a rash of burglaries in Baltimore and Carroll counties last year. Baltimore County police last year cited the case of Crown Jewelry as an...
  • Legacy of pollution haunts Sparrows Point neighbors

    Legacy of pollution haunts Sparrows Point neighbors
    When the Sparrows Point steel mill closed, Deborah S. Barkley felt sorry for the laid-off workers — she didn't want that to happen. But she knew her life would get better. For 20 years, she's lived less than a mile from the Baltimore County plant....
  • Black Sabbath makes its own luck with '13'

    For decades, the question from fans and journalists was constant and predictable: Would the heavy metal originators of Black Sabbath ever make another album? Not that they hadn't tried. In 2001, singer Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer...