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  • Suitors lining up to make Talen a deal

    Suitors lining up to make Talen a deal
    WATCH THIS: Can't see around a tractor trailer? How about through it? ... Talen Energy has Allentown developers lining up to make them a deal on new office space...The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has found emergency preparedness deficiencies at Talen's Susquehanna nuclear plant...Allentown's shuttered Cosmopolitan restaurant is on its way back as a seafood eatery called Hook...Two Kutztown construction firms face federal fraud charges...Pennsylvania has placed new restrictions on poultry to prevent bird flu...When it's time to tap their savings, an astonishing number of Americans don't have any.
  • NRC steps up oversight of Susquehanna nuclear plant

    NRC steps up oversight of Susquehanna nuclear plant
    Federal regulators will increase oversight at Talen Energy Corp.'s Susquehanna nuclear power plant after a recent inspection that uncovered a problem with emergency preparedness. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said inspectors reviewing drill...

    Are Millstone's Nuclear Plants Adding To The Sound's Warming Problems?

    Are Millstone's Nuclear Plants Adding To The Sound's Warming Problems?
    WATERFORD — The Millstone nuclear plants suck in about 2 billion gallons of seawater a day to cool their reactors and then pump the heated water back into Long Island Sound, a shallow estuary scientists say has been warming for decades. The...

    Radioactive leak reported at Peach Bottom plant

    Radioactive leak reported at Peach Bottom plant
    Radioactive material was detected in a monitoring well in April at an Exelon-owned nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania about 40 miles from Baltimore, according to nuclear regulators. Exelon, the parent company of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and the...

    Report: Warming water in LI Sound altering fish populations

    Fish such as black seabass and summer flounder that prefer warm water are appearing more frequently in Long Island Sound because of climate change, according to a report released Monday on the health of the sound. And fish such as winter flounder,...