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  • Cubs in line for $8.5 million tax break for Wrigley Field work

    Cubs in line for $8.5 million tax break for Wrigley Field work
    If the proposed Wrigley Field renovation gets completed, the team would be in line for an $8.5 million property tax break, under a measure the City Council is expected to approve Wednesday. Cubs ownership would be in line for an $8.5 million property...
  • Aged tunnel where Amtrak train derailed may be replaced

    Aged tunnel where Amtrak train derailed may be replaced
    The snaking tunnel beneath West Baltimore where an Amtrak engine derailed Monday, disrupting travel for thousands of evening commuters, has been a source of concern for decades. The narrow, two-track Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel twists 1.4 miles under...
  • There is no NN coal dust study

    Last week a few would-be Newport News council members said they wanted to wait on the results of a coal-dust study before coming to any conclusions about how the city might better cope with coal stockpiles at two coal export piers and the uncovered CSX...
  • Chrysler to export Jeeps at long vacant Portsmouth port

    Chrysler to export Jeeps at long vacant Portsmouth port
    PORTSMOUTH — A long line of 700 Jeeps sat parked in a lot under an overpass in Portsmouth on a recent afternoon. The vehicles had been moved by train from a Toledo, Ohio, plant where Chrysler manufactures Wranglers and Cherokees. They arrived on...
  • VES Awards 2013 winners & nominees

    Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" | Joe Letteri, Eileen Moran, Eric Saindon, Kevin L. Sherwood "Prometheus" | Paul Butterworth, Charley Henley, Allen Maris, Richard Stammers "Life of...
  • Construction to begin on Englewood Flyover rail bridges

    Construction could start this summer on a system of rail bridges on Chicago’s South Side designed to unplug a major bottleneck that causes thousands of hours of delay each year for freight and passenger trains, officials announced today.   The...
  • All aboard! Here's a roundup of Hampton Roads hotspots for train-loving kids and adults

    All aboard! Here's a roundup of Hampton Roads hotspots for train-loving kids and adults
    Trains may be considered old-fashioned by some, but among youngsters, they remain as hot as the coal in a locomotive's blazing firebox. The enduring popularity of Thomas the Tank Engine is but one example of how centuries-old technology still puts smiles...
  • Santorum's mission to Mars

    Santorum's mission to Mars
    Rick Santorum, whose campaign has seemed like something out of a science fiction novel to the Pennsylvanians who ended his political career six years ago, is kicking off his return to the state in the aptly named town of Mars. The former U.S. senator,...
  • Six prescribed burns planned for Indiana Dunes this fall

    Six prescribed burns planned for Indiana Dunes this fall
    The National Park Service is planning six prescribed burns this fall for the Indiana National Lakeshore. The burns will happen sometime between now and Thanksgiving because weather conditions play such a significant role in determining whether the time...
  • Freight train fire causes delays on CTA's Red Line, Dan Ryan

    Freight train fire causes delays on CTA's Red Line, Dan Ryan
    A reported fire on a freight train has caused delays on the CTA's Red Line near 63rd Street in the Englewood neighborhood, officials said. According to the CTA website, Red Line trains bypassed the 63rd Street station because of fire activity in the...
  • Rare map collector explores evolving idea of Virginia

     Rare map collector explores evolving idea of Virginia
    The first time William C. Wooldridge held an antique map of Virginia, he was a young Army officer taking a meandering, homesick stroll through the streets of Heidelberg, Germany. Catching his eye from an old print shop window, the early 1600s map...