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  • Columbia Gas of Virginia names new president

    Brent Archer has been named president of Chester-based Columbia Gas of Virginia. Archer has served in a variety of leadership positions at the Columbia Gas companies, most recently as director of business policy, according to a news release. In this...
  • Waterman 'seen' by radar cited for poaching oysters

    Waterman 'seen' by radar cited for poaching oysters
    The Maryland Natural Resources police say the state's radar eyes on the Chesapeake Bay helped them catch a waterman Friday poaching oysters in Somerset County. Police say officers patrolling Tangier Sound learned via the state's Maritime Law Enforcement...
  • Cities forge policy apart from states

    WASHINGTON Republicans have seized their largest state lawmaking majorities since the 1920s, but many Democratic-dominated cities are likely to take matters into their own hands this year by passing progressive measures that go beyond or even conflict...
  • Fracking debate intensifies in Western Maryland

    Fracking debate intensifies in Western Maryland
    With natural gas drilling on the horizon in Western Maryland, dairy farmer Billy Bishoff welcomes the chance to supplement his income by collecting lease or royalty payments on the natural gas that lies beneath his family's 330 acres a few miles northwest...
  • Delray's garbage hauling contract scheduled for approval Tuesday

    Delray's garbage hauling contract scheduled for approval Tuesday
    If Delray Beach commissioners approve a trash-hauling contract recommended by a city selection committee, not much will change when it comes to who is picking up residents' trash. Five trash collection companies told the city on Dec. 18 that they have...
  • Oil swings higher, lifting energy companies and stock market at end of turbulent week

    A surge in oil and gas companies pulled the stock market out of a five-day slump on Friday, as the price of crude swung higher. Oil prices jumped after the International Energy Agency predicted drillers would cut production this year. Exxon Mobil,...
  • Sands Bethlehem Event Center to hold Lehigh Valley premiere of 'Zombie Killers' movie

    Sands Bethlehem Event Center to hold Lehigh Valley premiere of 'Zombie Killers' movie
    Zombies are coming to Sands Bethlehem Event Center. The movie thriller "Zombie Killers: Elephant's Graveyard" has been given a commercial release date of Feb. 3. And the event center will hold its Lehigh Valley premiere with several of the stars in...
  • Illinois fracking registration off to slow start

    Illinois fracking registration off to slow start
    Two months since Illinois enacted rules for high-volume oil and gas drilling, no company has applied for a state permit to put hydraulic fracturing to use. Denver-based Strata-X Energy registered Nov. 14 with the Illinois Department of Natural Resources....
  • With booze and politics, Lithuanian Hall marks its 100th anniversary

    With booze and politics, Lithuanian Hall marks its 100th anniversary
    The traditional honey liqueur was flowing early Saturday afternoon, handed out in little cups and commemorative bottles, as Baltimore's Lithuanian community assembled to celebrate the centenary of the Lithuanian Hall. Maryte Ludwig, the hall's...
  • Pennsylvania coal comes of age

    PITTSBURGH Alan Stagg, president and CEO of West Virginia-based Stagg Resource Consultants Inc. told a crowd of coal producers and power plant operators in September that "low-sulfur coal plus $2.75 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbucks." No one...
  • Western Australia's mining boom ebbs along with China's economy

    Western Australia's mining boom ebbs along with China's economy
    Joe Norton, a large man with a sun-burnt face, digs into a plate full of beef, potatoes, carrots and Brussels sprouts at Searipple, a mobile-home camp in Australia's western frontier. It isn't the tastiest food in the world, the 54-year-old says, but...