| Jul 7, 2011
| 7:22 PM
The Cambria Somerset Authority is moving forward with a renewable energy project nearly a decade in the making.
The authority board voted to accept a hydroelectric feasibility report on Thursday prepared by Kleinschmidt Energy and Water Resource...
| Sep 26, 2011
| 2:00 AM
This informative, helpful article, "The energy producing and saving home," is written by Ben Cuker, professor of marine and environmental science at Hampton University in Hampton, Va. His solar-powered home is on tour Oct. 1-2 for the Hampton Roads...
| Sep 19, 2011
| 8:38 AM
To encourage sustainability in Harford County, County Executive David R. Craig recently formed the Green Team as one of his Environmental Initiatives.
The goal of the Green Team is to guide energy and resource efficiency practices in the county. To...
| Sep 8, 2011
| 1:49 PM
In anticipation of expected flooding on the Susquehanna River, PPL has shut down the Holtwood hydroelectric plant in Lancaster County, evacuated plant workers and secured the construction area for the plant's ongoing expansion project.
| Sep 9, 2011
| 5:43 AM
After heavy rains from remnants of Tropical Storm Lee washed away bridges and roads, overwhelmed sewage systems and may have contributed to at least one Baltimore-area death, the runoff threatened to overwhelm Maryland towns along the Susquehanna River...
| Aug 21, 2011
| 8:07 AM
DETROIT — Long before the arrival of white trappers, loggers and farmers, Ottawa Indians fished the waters of northern Michigan for abundant native species such as the iridescent, high-finned Arctic grayling.
Overfishing and habitat destruction...
| Aug 20, 2011
| 11:00 AM
Let’s just say that hydroelectric dams haven’t taken as long to complete as the Lost City Diner, Joy Martin’s long-awaited project in the Charles North neighborhood.
There were rumors of activity on the corner of Charles and...
| Aug 19, 2011
| 10:11 AM
, Neb. (AP) — Months of historic flooding have governors along the Missouri River ready to join forces, but experts warn that real change will require unpopular sacrifices and a new approach to controlling the nation’s longest river. ...
| Aug 23, 2011
| 5:50 AM
Let's just say that hydroelectric dams haven't taken as long to complete as the Lost City Diner, Joy Martin's long-awaited project in the Charles North neighborhood.
There were rumors of activity on the corner of Charles and Lafayette in early July,...
| Oct 28, 2011
| 3:35 PM
LAKE OF THE OZARKS, Mo.-- Homeowners at the Lake of the Ozarks continue to live in fear that their lakefront homes may be in danger. A federal agency has ordered the removal of about 4,000 structures. Missouri's Senators and Congressional Represenatives...
| Nov 1, 2011
| 10:04 AM
The Smith Mountain Project Visitors Center is open again.
A dedication ceremony was held today for the re-opening.
The visitors center was closed for a few months for renovations.
It’s being renamed for Joseph Vipperman.
Vipperman was the...