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  • Genga Urges Residents To Attend CL&P Public Hearing

    EAST HARTFORD — State Rep. Henry Genga, D-East Hartford, is encouraging residents to attend a public hearing Aug. 27 on a request by Connecticut Light & Power to increase its fixed-rate residential surcharge. Joining a push by electricity companies...
  • Will PPL spinoff Talen Energy bolt Allentown?

    Allentown is engaged in a high-stakes effort to keep PPL Corp.'s soon-to-be-created power generation and marketing spinoff company Talen Energy in its Neighborhood Improvement Zone. In a July filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which...
  • W&M women prepare for soccer opener seeking consistent offense

    William and Mary women's soccer mainstay John Daly has a team he likes, with a solid returning nucleus and an outstanding freshman class. What he doesn't have is a set lineup or an offense that's demonstrated the ability to finish and to close out...
  • More pipelines the next phase of Marcellus Shale drilling boom

    The Marcellus Shale is growing up, and the growing pains aren't over. After years of cautionary comments that the natural gas drilling boom was in its infancy, the industry is showing signs of moving to a different stage. With more than 8,000 shale...
  • Gogo reports 2Q loss on international expansion costs

    Gogo reports 2Q loss on international expansion costs
    Internet company Gogo Inc. on Monday reported a second-quarter loss in part due to increased fees and regulatory approval costs from expanding its service internationally. It also said it expects to hit the low end of its adjusted income for the full...
  • BLM, local law enforcement tensions near breaking point in the West

    BLM, local law enforcement tensions near breaking point in the West
    James Perkins sees the federal Bureau of Land Management more as a belligerent occupying army than a government agency serving U.S. citizens, including those like him in south-central Utah. Perkins is the sheriff of Garfield County, a rural bastion...
  • PG&E, our indifferent regulators, and the 8 dead of San Bruno

    PG&E, our indifferent regulators, and the 8 dead of San Bruno
    If you're curious about how Pacific Gas & Electric managed to flout gas line safety rules for years, and why there's reason to doubt that the California Public Utilities Commission will hold the company fully responsible for the explosion that destroyed a...
  • Dave Jones for state insurance commissioner

    Dave Jones for state insurance commissioner
    The two candidates running for state insurance commissioner present a stark contrast. The incumbent, Democrat Dave Jones, has used his regulatory authority to push insurers to slow the growth of premiums for auto, home and other property and casualty...
  • ODU's first year in Conference USA: Expenses rise, along with competition and opportunity

    ODU's first year in Conference USA: Expenses rise, along with competition and opportunity
    Old Dominion baseball coach Chris Finwood knows precisely when a benefit of Conference USA membership became evident: Monday, May 26, 2014, 12:42 p.m. That's when ODU's name flashed across the TV screen during the NCAA baseball tournament selection...
  • Cove Point natural gas export facility gets state OK

    Cove Point natural gas export facility gets state OK
    A proposed natural gas export facility in Southern Maryland moved closer to reality Friday, but state regulators ordered the terminal's owner to include more safety and environmental protections for the controversial project, and to donate $48 million...
  • Rensselaer's Hartford Campus Pares Employees

    Rensselaer at Hartford, which concentrates on graduate programs for working professionals, has laid off about a quarter of its staff to adjust to declining enrollment. The branch campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y. has 280 students,...