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  • Connecticut's Trees Singularly Spectacular In Fall

    Connecticut's Trees Singularly Spectacular In Fall
    Here is some good advice from a man who knows his trees, Christopher R. Martin, the official state forester and director of the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's division of forestry. When out for a look at the fall foliage,...
  • Rare autism resources store opens in Benicia

    Geoffrey Arnwine's keen visual sense told him something was wrong. This is why he had already trained his camera on the plane before it fell from the sky. He snapped a shot of a piece of it falling off, even before the spectacular crash at the 2011...
  • Tejon Ranch targets commercial development for growth

    Tejon Ranch targets commercial development for growth
    When Tejon Ranch Co. Chief Executive Gregory S. Bielli needs to explain company operations, it usually involves a drive along California 138 to the 1850s-era adobe house built by Edward F. Beale north of Los Angeles. Beale was the first U.S. citizen...
  • CRA set to host job fair

    CRA set to host job fair
    Pompano Beach's Community Redevelopment Agency Business Resource Center is hosting a job fair for local job seekers. The fair will feature about 20 companies from a variety of industries seeking local applicants to fill full-time, part-time, and...
  • Stanford scientists say greenhouse gases worsen California drought

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - California's catastrophic drought has most likely been made worse by man-made climate change, according to a report released Monday by Stanford University, but scientists are still hesitant to fully blame the lack of rain on...
  • Arnold Halfhide: Suriname poised for economic growth

    Arnold Halfhide: Suriname poised for economic growth
    Does economic growth have to clash with a commitment to the environment? Can a reverence to tradition and the past align with a financially successful future? These are some of the fundamental questions that we have been grappling with in Suriname. We...
  • Boeing plans 2,000 cuts in defense work

    Boeing will announce Monday afternoon that over the next three years it will move significant defense work out of the Puget Sound region in Washington State, affecting the jobs of about 2,000 employees, according to people with detailed knowledge of the...
  • We cannot wait to act until the effects of climate change are bad

    Regarding “Capitalism and climate change” (Perspective, Sept. 25), Tribune columnist Steve Chapman made the point that, if consumers demand products that “are easy on the Earth,” the marketplace will respond. He gave examples of...
  • California drought and climate warming: Studies find no clear link

    California drought and climate warming: Studies find no clear link
    Global warming contributed to extreme heat waves in many parts of the world last year, but cannot be definitively linked to the California drought, according to a report released Monday. The third annual analysis of extreme weather events underscored...
  • Fishing report for Sept. 25

    Recreational saltwater license fees likely will increase in 2015. The increase will average $5 for most licenses. The proposed fee increases are designed to offset budget reductions to the Virginia Marine Resources Commission that will be implemented over...
  • Merkel says may be necessary to rethink EU energy partnership with Russia

    BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday there were good reasons to continue the European Union's energy partnership with Russia for the time being but that might change if Moscow continues to violate basic principles. Merkel,...