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  • Living Smart: A primer before you buy a new furnace

    This time of year, your home heating system may be going through the occasional warm-up lap or it could be in full-blown workout mode already. Hopefully, your system is fit for winter duty. But if you have doubts, here's advice from top-rated HVAC pros:...
  • Market-driven clean energy trumps ham-handed EPA rules

    FLINT, Mich. Is there any doubt there are already too many environmental regulations? A recent government report found that the total regulatory costs in the United States amount to almost $2 trillion annually, twice as much as all individual income...
  • Sunoco Logistics announces $2.5B pipeline project

    Sunoco Logistics announces $2.5B pipeline project
    Nov 6 (Reuters) - Sunoco Logistics Partners LP said it plans to invest about $2.5 billion in a project that will transport and process natural gas liquids from Pennsylvania's Marcellus shale field and Ohio's Utica shale field. The second phase of Mariner...
  • Sen.-elect Hertzberg to moonlight with law firm

    Sen.-elect Hertzberg to moonlight with law firm
    State Sen.-elect Bob Hertzberg has accepted a second job as a government affairs attorney for the law firm Glaser Weil, but says he will not advise clients on issues that may come before state agencies or the Legislature. Hertzberg, a Democrat from...
  • Environmental group plans pipeline meeting in Moore Township

    Environmental group plans pipeline meeting in Moore Township
    A national grass roots organization opposed to a natural gas pipeline prosed in Northampton County will hold an informational meeting for the public in Moore Township later this month. Representatives from the Lehigh Valley chapter of Food and Water...
  • Plunge in price makes LED bulbs 'a bargain'

    Plunge in price makes LED bulbs 'a bargain'
    Anybody venturing these days along the shelves of light bulbs at big-box stores is blitzed by "LED" everything. An Orlando home-improvement store now has a hot-deal display of 60-watt replacement LEDs — soft white — for $9.97 each that...
  • Truth about climate change hoax emerges

    I am a libertarian and mind my own business. Live and let live and try not to be a hypocrite are a couple of rules I live by. This leads me to several recent Morning Call articles: "Williams residents oppose gas pipeline," "PennEast Pipeline officials...
  • Tom Wolf elected Pennsylvania governor in landslide

    Tom Wolf elected Pennsylvania governor in landslide
    Democrat Tom Wolf made history Tuesday by beating Republican Gov. Tom Corbett in the general election. Wolf is the first challenger from either party to knock off a sitting governor since Pennsylvania voters changed the state Constitution in 1968 to...
  • Noah Smith: Bad energy, good energy; choose side in moral fight

    Noah Smith: Bad energy, good energy; choose side in moral fight
    The fight to develop renewable energy is a battle of good against evil, and the future of humanity hangs in the balance. No, I'm not talking about climate change (though that is certainly important). I'm talking about the distribution of wealth and...
  • Low expectations don't deter Northeastern Minnesota deer hunters

    Amid a sea of bucks-only deer permit areas across Northeastern Minnesota, an island of optimism remains. It's permit area 182 surrounding Duluth and extending halfway to Two Harbors. There, in this "intensive harvest" area, hunters still are allowed to...
  • Electric utilities on right track with clean nuclear energy

    Despite its doubters and opponents, nuclear power is here to stay. In the next decade, at least two new nuclear plants will begin operating in Florida. And the use of nuclear power will increase nationally and worldwide. The recent performance of U.S....