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  • Farmer accused of dumping waste in river to face criminal charges

    Farmer accused of dumping waste in river to face criminal charges
    A Plainfield farmer who already faces civil action for allegedly dumping waste in and around the DuPage River also will face criminal charges, officials said Monday. The criminal complaint against 78-year-old Herman J. Fritz, filed Friday, stems from...
  • James River: Dominion ready to build power line, station location still uncertain

     James River: Dominion ready to build power line, station location still uncertain
    Dominion Virginia Power is ready to start building a controversial power line across the James River right away if it gets an OK from the Army Corps of Engineers — and even if it can't persuade James City County officials to let it build the...
  • Block Of Franklin Avenue Shut Down Due To Gas Leak

    Block Of Franklin Avenue Shut Down Due To Gas Leak
    HARTFORD – The first block of Franklin Avenue was evacuated Monday morning due to a reported gas leak in the area, according to police. The leak was reported around 9:45 a.m. at 55 Franklin Ave. by Hartford Police and is said to be related to a...
  • Ex-felons to Hogan: Let us vote now

    Ex-felons to Hogan: Let us vote now
    Perry Hopkins expects his future grandchildren to ask where he was the day the United States elected its first black president. He'll have to say he was a convicted felon, released from prison but not yet allowed to cast a vote. "That's part of my...
  • First Russia-China naval war games underway in Mediterranean

    Neither Russia nor China has one inch of coastline on the Mediterranean Sea, making it an unlikely and provocative venue for their first joint naval war games. The 10 days of maneuvers that got underway Monday will include live-fire exercises in the...
  • Lack of public input blasted in pavilion plan

    Lack of public input blasted in pavilion plan
    A growing number of people are asking for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and Pavilion Partners LLC to drop plans for a 30,000-square-foot conference and banquet facility at Indiana Dunes State Park, but a state official said the facility...
  • Shell clears major hurdle for Arctic drilling

     Shell clears major hurdle for Arctic drilling
    Royal Dutch Shell's Arctic drilling program has cleared a major bureaucratic hurdle to begin drilling for oil and gas off Alaska's northwestern coast this summer. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management on Monday approved the multi-year exploration plan...
  • Now that Huntington Ingalls stock has dropped, should you buy it?

    Let's start with a disclaimer and an admission: We at Hampton Roads Recon don't claim to be stock market analysts, but we are fascinated by the ebb and flow of the numbers -- and the educated speculation that goes with it. Let's take our favorite...
  • RCN Business wins annual award of Excellence, and other company news

    RCN Business wins annual award The Nazareth Bath Area Chamber of Commerce will honor RCN Business with the Award of Excellence at the Chamber's annual dinner and awards banquet Saturday. RCN Business provides industry-leading Internet, phone and digital...
  • Cloth diapers aren't the greener choice, after all

    Cloth diapers aren't the greener choice, after all
    The invaluable yet lowly diaper was first mass-produced in 1887, a rectangle of oft-soiled, washable cotton fabric unimproved for more than 60 years, until a disposable version appeared. Ever since, the cloth diaper has fought a losing battle against...
  • Guest opinion: Stop the Pavilion Partners project now

    In late March, it was brought to our attention that the project to renovate the Pavilion at Indiana Dunes State Park would include the construction and private leasing to Pavilion Partners of a neighboring conference/banquet center of roughly 30,000...