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  • North Carolina agency subject of U.S. inquiry over coal ash spill

    DURHAM, N.C. — North Carolina's environmental regulatory agency is under federal criminal investigation for its handling of a massive toxic coal ash spill into the Dan River near the Virginia border. The U.S. attorney's office in Raleigh issued...
  • Charcoal may replace wood in fire rings

    Charcoal may be the only thing burning in Newport Beach fire rings come March 1. Trapped between two regulatory agencies, the Newport Beach City Council is taking steps toward regulating what's allowed to be burned in the city's fire pits, where...
  • Nuclear regulators send inspectors to Calvert Cliffs

    Nuclear regulators send inspectors to Calvert Cliffs
    The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Monday that it is conducting a special inspection at the Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant in Southern Maryland after an electrical malfunction caused the two reactors there to shut down. The plant, which...
  • Watchdog Agencies Don't Need Overseer

    If the state's watchdog agencies really had to be mashed together into one superagency called the Office of Governmental Accountability, then Shelby Brown of East Hartford seems a great pick to be its executive administrator. The problem is that her...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Peninsula District graduates Holland, Robinson gain top football honors in CIAA

    Colleges: Football: Chowan senior receiver Robert Holland, a Woodside High graduate whose 325 receptions are the most all-time by any NCAA Division II player, was named the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Year....
  • An Up And Down Week For UConn Men

    An Up And Down Week For UConn Men
    STORRS — The Huskies came through the most important week of the regular season with all their postseason hopes intact. But the week just passed carried with it extreme highs and lows. In beating Memphis on the road Thursday night, the Huskies made...
  • Survey: Federal workers still willing to put in extra effort as job satisfaction drops

    After Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant melted down in 2011, Nathan Sanfilippo joined a team at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission charged with evaluating what went wrong and determining how to prevent a similar disaster in the United States. Developing a...
  • UConn-Memphis Could Be The Beginning Of Something Special

    UConn-Memphis Could Be The Beginning Of Something Special
    MEMPHIS — As soon as the American Athletic Conference was assembled, it was apparent that UConn and Memphis would have the best chance of forming a rivalry. The Huskies have all those Big East banners on their wall, and Memphis was a flagship of...
  • John Guy Cesare Jr.

    John Guy Cesare Jr.
    John Guy Cesare Jr., a utility engineer who earned degrees in both the nuclear field and theology, served aboard Navy submarines in the Cold War and later volunteered for Baltimore's poor and homeless, died of cancer Jan. 8 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in...
  • Pipeline may affect drinking water, activists fear

    Pipeline may affect drinking water, activists fear
    Environmental activists warn that construction of a 21-mile natural gas pipeline through northern Baltimore and Harford counties could affect the region's drinking-water system, as the $180 million project cuts across more than three dozen streams feeding...
  • Virginia, Joe Harris look to regain identity in ACC opener at Florida State

     Virginia, Joe Harris look to regain identity in ACC opener at Florida State
    In the wake of Monday's 87-52 loss at Tennessee, there have been no closed-door, players-only meetings in Charlottesville this week, no tirades by Virginia's upperclassmen or coaches and no panicked philosophical adjustments. Even recently slumping...