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  • State To Contribute $2.6 Million To Middletown Riverfront Project

    State To Contribute $2.6 Million To Middletown Riverfront Project
    MIDDLETOWN — The state will contribute $2.6 million for environmental cleanup work that will launch riverfront redevelopment efforts, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday.
  • Northampton company makes coal substitute for cement kilns

    Northampton company makes coal substitute for cement kilns
    Decades in the hazardous waste business taught Joe Kotrosits and Steve Detwiler about the gold in the things people throw away. Not just cash. The two former hazardous waste company executives say tons of trash that winds up in landfills can be as...

    Police chief among Pa. state officials receiving porn emails, AG says

    HARRISBURG, Pa. At least eight prominent state officials including the head of the state police, Pennsylvania's top environmental regulator and a former spokesman for Gov. Tom Corbett were among commonwealth employees who sent or received hundreds of...

    Wishful Thinking Taints Debate On Stadium Costs, Benefits

    Wishful Thinking Taints Debate On Stadium Costs, Benefits
    Hartford City Councilman Larry Deutsch, skeptical of the financing for the proposed Downtown North stadium, said he wants 100 percent assurances in the deal. Nothing in finance is 100 percent, I told him during a break at a public hearing last week....

    Neil Young Records "Who's Gonna Stand Up?" With A 92-Piece Orchestra and Choir

    Neil Young Records "Who's Gonna Stand Up?" With A 92-Piece Orchestra and Choir
    Neil Young can perform alone, backing himself only with an acoustic guitar, piano or organ. Or he can do the Crazy Horse rock-band thing. Our ears are pretty used to hearing both formats. It's a little jarring, then, to hear Young backed by a...