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  • Did secrecy contribute to deadly gas explosion at Hickory Hills?

    Did secrecy contribute to deadly gas explosion at Hickory Hills?
    For weeks after a workman came to fix a broken heater, the acrid smell of propane hung heavy around the mobile home William Neith shared with his girlfriend, Hilda Parsons. A manager at Hickory Hills mobile home park in Moore Township had sent the...
  • Winter And The Power Grid: A Near-Miss Or A Policy 'Object Lesson'?

    Winter And The Power Grid: A Near-Miss Or A Policy 'Object Lesson'?
    Six months ago, New England's power grid braced for impact. Many expected the power grid to have a far worse winter than in previous years. Warnings were sent out about the possibility of limited natural gas supplies causing ripples of high prices...
  • 2nd major gas pipeline would link Pennsylvania, Northeast

    New York landowners along the planned 124-mile Constitution Pipeline are getting details of a second major natural gas pipeline proposed to cut through their property, this one a 325-mile link from Pennsylvania to New England. Construction workers in...
  • 5th person charged in deadly Indianapolis house blast

    A man accused of knowing about a plot to destroy an Indianapolis house months before a natural gas explosion leveled it in an alleged insurance fraud became the fifth person formally charged in that deadly 2012 blast. A Marion County judge on Wednesday...
  • NC governor testifies to Congress, backs offshore drilling

    North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has visited Capitol Hill to reaffirm support to open more of the Atlantic Ocean to look for natural gas and oil deposits. But he also raised concerns about portions of the Obama administration's five-year offshore lease...
  • Converting DNR board to advisory council removed from budget

    Lawmakers removed a clause from Republican Gov. Scott Walker's proposed state budget on Wednesday that would have stripped the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' board of its power, saying the Legislature is too divided on the issue to consider...
  • Energy policies need common sense

    The Department of Energy is proposing new energy efficiency standards for natural gas furnaces that would increase customer costs, energy usage and emissions. We believe this is the exact opposite of what updated energy efficiency standards should do....
  • Beavers at home in Elgin along Otter Creek

    Beavers at home in Elgin along Otter Creek
    There is, indeed, an Otter Creek behind the Otter Creek Shopping Center off Randall Road in Elgin. While it might be rare to find an otter on that stretch of water, it is a somewhat hidden home to beaver and other animals that live amid the city's...
  • Police: Boater's body found on Potomac River

    Maryland Natural Resources Police say the body of a Worcester County teacher has been found after an apparent boating accident. Officials say 51-year-old Douglas Romano left his Salisbury home Sunday morning to look for fossils on the Potomac River...
  • World Fuel a quiet giant in global logistics

    DORAL, Fla. It's a safe bet that few other Fortune 500 companies keep a lower profile than World Fuel Services Corp. Even after the 31-year-old company traded in its drab cluster of wood-paneled, former offices for modern headquarters in this Miami...
  • Pizza ovens make your patio perfect

    If it's not at the top of the list, it's in the top five of Americans' all-time favorite foods. It's pizza, and we can't get enough of it. Loved by adults and kids alike, pizza is the ultimate comfort food. It's quick, portable and has tomato sauce and...