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  • Loaded with Lead: Lead poisoning a major threat at America's shooting ranges

    SEATTLE A confused 38-year-old father in Kentucky rarely crawled out of bed.
  • Home-showing safety: better to lose a sale than your life

    The recent murder of Arkansas real estate agent Beverly Carter highlights the dangers of showing houses to strangers — not just to realty pros, but to homeowners themselves. As crime victims go, agents fall well short of taxi drivers, who suffer...

    OSHA: Chesapeake-based Dollar Tree racks up store safety violations

    OSHA: Chesapeake-based Dollar Tree racks up store safety violations
    Chesapeake-based Dollar Tree Stores Inc. has been fined more than $800,000 by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for repeated safety violations in the past five months, according to a U.S. Department of Labor news release....

    Manchester Builder Cited For 'Serious' OSHA Violations

    VERNON — A Manchester builder renovating the polluted site of a defunct textile mill has been cited by federal officials for 25 "serious" violations of workplace safety and health standards. Rockville Construction LLC, 61 Tolland Turnpike,...

    Oct. 11 Letters: Ebola, same-sex marriage, advocacy for seniors

    Is caution enough? "The force of an idea lies in its inspirational value. It matters very little if it is true or false." This was the official position of the government's Committee on Public Information regarding the Spanish flu pandemic. National...