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  • Federal government should split bill with L.A. for river restoration

    Federal government should split bill with L.A. for river restoration
    Fred Eaton certainly knew his business when he went poking around the Owens Valley in the early part of the last century, quietly purchasing farms and ranches for the water rights that went with them. Had the self-taught engineer and former Los Angeles mayor made it clear to the landowners that he was planning an aqueduct to a distant city, they might have refused to sell — or at least would have jacked up their prices to reflect the value to L.A. of their water.
  • School consolidation will cost more than expected, officials say

    School consolidation will cost more than expected, officials say
    After projected costs for consolidation came in higher than expected last week, District 112 officials say they need more community guidance to move forward. A series of four community forums — plus another one in Spanish — will begin Oct....

    Newport News eyes two sites as part of new transportation center

    Newport News eyes two sites as part of new transportation center
    Newport News has identified potential sites for a train storage and servicing area to complement a proposed transportation hub off Bland Boulevard. Newport News plans to seek public input on that portion of the project that the city's Director of...

    In shadow of Spire project, city park fails to take root

    In shadow of Spire project, city park fails to take root
    Consider DuSable Park the Block 37 of parkland. Like Block 37, the prime real estate that stood vacant for decades at Randolph and State streets until a shopping center went up on the site, the scrubby swath of undeveloped parkland known as DuSable...

    NY-based company to build $23M research facility at NASA Langley in Hampton

    NY-based company to build $23M research facility at NASA Langley in Hampton
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has hired a New York City-based firm to build a $23 million tech facility that will give NASA Langley Research Center scientists better access to high-performance computers. The new 40,000-square-foot facility will act...