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  • Woman arrested protesting Calvert gas project

    Woman arrested protesting Calvert gas project
    A Calvert County woman protesting construction of a liquefied natural gas plant near her home was arrested Monday at a staging area for the $3.8 billion project, according to the Calvert sheriff's department. Charged with trespassing was Leslie Ann...
  • Recall Alert: 2001-2006 Honda, Acura Vehicles

     
    Vehicles Affected: An unspecified number of model-year 2001-05 Honda Civic cars; 2003-04 Civic compressed natural gas cars and Element crossovers; 2002-05 CR-V crossovers; 2002-04 Odyssey minivans; 2003-05 Accord cars, Pilot crossovers, Civic Hybrid...
  • Russia, China ink framework deal on second major gas supply deal

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Russia and China signed a framework agreement on Sunday for a new gas deal, just months after the two sides sealed a long-awaited supply agreement worth up to $400 billion, part of President Vladimir Putin's strategy to bolster ties...
  • Groups competing for Hogan's attention

    Groups competing for Hogan's attention
    With Maryland's long campaign for governor now over, the unexpected election of Republican businessman Larry Hogan has given rise to an intense new campaign now just beginning: the jockeying among advocates and interest groups for attention, jobs and...
  • African health spending lags despite rapid economic growth

    African health spending lags despite rapid economic growth
    The little boy born just before sunset was lucky. He had stopped breathing just after his mother delivered him into a shawl as she lay in a cramped hospital ward here in this provincial town 100 miles north of the capital, Maputo. Fortunately, a group...
  • Gas, carbon monoxide force hotel evacuation

    Gas, carbon monoxide force hotel evacuation
    A hotel on Naperville's far north side was evacuated Monday morning due to high levels of carbon monoxide and natural gas. Emergency personnel responded to Hotel Arista, 2139 City Gate Lane, about 4:27 a.m., according to fire officials. They performed a...
  • United Illuminating Power Rate To Jump 54 Percent

    Residential power customers of United Illuminating will see a 54 percent increase on the half of their bills that deals with electricity generation. The state's second-largest electric distribution utility, which serves 17 towns in southwest...
  • Newsmaker Q&A: Linda Heindel, PennEast Pipeline opponent

    Linda Heindel of Williams Township has opposed the proposed 108-mile PennEast Pipeline since plans were first announced in August. The $1 billion project would bisect Northampton County and into New Jersey. PennEast says the 36-inch-diameter pipeline is...
  • In Denton, Texas, voters approve 'unprecedented' fracking ban

    In Denton, Texas, voters approve 'unprecedented' fracking ban
    Voters approved bans on hydraulic fracturing in California, Ohio and Texas this week, most notably in a north Texas town at the heart of the nation's oil and gas boom. The fracking ban in Denton, a college town of 121,000 about 40 miles north of Dallas,...
  • Ten things on which Americans can probably agree

    Republicans can declare the results of the midterm elections a complete repudiation of President Obama and every last Democrat from here to Anchorage, but they shouldn't get too excited. Obama's approval rating might have sagged to 44 percent, but the...
  • CL&P Electric Rates To Jump 26 Percent Starting In January

    CL&P Electric Rates To Jump 26 Percent Starting In January
    The cost of a kilowatt hour will jump 26 percent for Connecticut Light & Power's residential customers starting next year. The unwelcome spike in electricity generation prices is a direct result of bottlenecks in natural gas pipelines. And although it'...