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  • Hundreds Of Customers Still Without Power Around West Michigan

    Hundreds Of Customers Still Without Power Around West Michigan
    Updated numbers from Consumers Energy show that about 7,200 of the company's customers statewide still lacked power Sunday after thunderstorms moved through the state Thursday. Montcalm County was originally the center of power problems in West...
  • Theodore A. 'Ted' Dietz, electrician

    Theodore A. 'Ted' Dietz, electrician
    Theodore A. "Ted" Dietz, a retired shipyard electrician who earned the sobriquet of "40-Watt Dietz" from fellow volunteer crew members aboard the Liberty ship SS John W. Brown, died Feb. 3 of heart failure at his Severna Park home. He was 91. Born and...
  • Cops Searching for Fake Electricians Who Attacked Elderly Man Inside Queens Home

    Cops Searching for Fake Electricians Who Attacked Elderly Man Inside Queens Home
    Police have released surveillance video of one of two suspects accused of punching and robbing a 90-year-old man after posing as electricians in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy  to get into his home in Queens. The incident happened on Tuesday afternoon...
  • Children and heart disease risk

    Children and heart disease risk
    Signs of heart disease — generally thought to be a disease of middle age — can be seen even in children, cardiologists now know. But risk factors in children and young adults run the risk of being undetected and untreated, largely because of...
  • Glendale to monitor impact of electric cars

     
    The first 100 people to buy an electric vehicle will get a $200 rebate from the city of Glendale in exchange for installing a special socket that will help measure the potential impact of more cars tapping into the power......
  • Small electrical businesses see surge in grant-funded jobs

     
    Some local electricians and distributors are feeling the trickle-down effect of governments and businesses taking advantage of grants that cover the costs to upgrade to …...
  • Village looks for voter approval to potentially change electrical services

     
    Grayslake officials think switching the electricity provider in the village could save residents and businesses money on utility bills. “In order to seek competitive prices …...
  • The clock is ticking for Prop. 18

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the California Legislature are in a race against time to get Proposition 18, California's water bond, off the Nov. 2 ballot. Two bills were amended Thursday that would allow for Proposition 18 to be pushed back to the Nov....
  • A prizewinning book of photo postcards

     
    Sometimes it takes a small press to make a truly interesting book. Yeti Books, with the help of Verse Chorus Press in Portland, Ore., is behind "Folk Photography: The American Real-Photo Postcard 1905-1930." OK, it's a pretty dry title. What......
  • You love the Chicago theater, now get the newsletter ...

     
    We're introducing the new Theater Loop newsletter this week. We hope you'll be interested in signing up. If you follow Chicago theater and would like a handy weekly summary of all our news and reviews, this update from the Theatre......
  • Parents raise bilingual kids with the help of nannies

     
    By JENNY ANDERSON c.2010 New York Times News Service NEW YORK — When Maureen Mazumder enrolled her daughter, Sabrina, in a Spanish singalong class a year ago, she hoped it would be the first step in helping her learn a second language. But the class...