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  • San Onofre nuclear plant closure tied to finances

    San Onofre nuclear plant closure tied to finances
    The fate of the troubled San Onofre nuclear plant was apparently sealed last month when it became clear that a potential lengthy series of hearings would likely have to be held before the coastal facility could be powered back up. The plant, which...
  • ACC All Access: Virginia Tech's Pete Hughes was fed up with questions about his team's regional hosting worthiness

    By the time Virginia Tech coach Pete Hughes and his team were done in Durham, N.C. this weekend at the ACC tournament, he was starting to think nearly every person that asked him a question about his program lacked originality. His frustration was borne...
  • U.Va., Virginia Tech and William & Mary are all headed to the NCAA baseball tournament

    By the time Virginia Tech coach Pete Hughes and his team were done in Durham, N.C., this past weekend at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, he was starting to think nearly every person that asked him a question about his program lacked originality....
  • BGE requests rate increase on heels of last case

    BGE requests rate increase on heels of last case
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. asked Friday for another rate increase, three months after winning approval for higher charges, and company officials said they expect to seek more in the future. It's the third time in as many years that BGE has...
  • Teel Time: Duke, N.C. State strong, but ACC lacks basketball depth thus far

    The non-conference portion of the ACC basketball season ended in familiar fashion Wednesday night. Duke won with defense, Miami beat a quality opponent, Georgia Tech bested a lightweight, and Florida State endured a disappointing loss. The lone...
  • Obama should sidestep Congress

    Obama should sidestep Congress
    Incumbent presidents don't run for reelection simply to preserve first-term accomplishments. Presidents and presidential candidates are men and women of big ambition, driven by the immense self-confidence required to run for the job and a desire to...
  • Loyola's game against Bucknell could have NCAA implications

    Loyola's game against Bucknell could have NCAA implications
    What started out as the final game of a competitive four-year series between the men's basketball teams at Loyola and Bucknell became something more last summer. Friday night's game at Reitz Arena has become a preview, a taste of what the future holds for...
  • Out of the Blue: Speak up against San Onofre

    Amid a spate of promising economic news, home values are climbing. Now for the bad news. For the first time in human history, the concentration of climate-warming carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is nearing the milestone level of 400 parts per million....
  • No More Golf Tourneys For Electric Grid Overseer

    We guess that most people in New England haven't the faintest idea what ISO New England is, or does. That may be part of the problem. ISO (for Independent System Operator) New England performs the vital task of managing the electricity grid in the six-...
  • Teel Time: Ten ACC teams among baseball's top 35, including Virginia, Virginia Tech

    Teel Time: Ten ACC teams among baseball's top 35, including Virginia, Virginia Tech
    Extolling ACC baseball is like berating the IRS. It’s an easy mark – darn near all the time. But the sheer volume of 2013’s quality merits compilation as the conference enters the regular season’s final week and prepares for the...
  • City Council Meeting Wrap-Up

    The following is from the May 7 City Council meeting. All council members were present. * PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS The public is allowed to speak on any subject not on the agenda. Speakers generally are limited to three minutes, but the time can be...