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Burbank will get a $1.7-million state grant to restore a storm water channel and create 8 acres of habitat at Johnny Carson Park, officials announced Wednesday. The planned project would widen, thicken and add vegetation to the Tujunga Wash creek that...
Tags: Johnny Carson, Energy Resources, Bob Hope, Google+
Cyclists are praising the county’s decision to grant them access to a popular Santa Clarita Valley nature trail, despite the objections of hikers’ groups. Bikes were prohibited from Canyon Trail in Newhall’s Placerita Canyon Natural...
Tags: Ann M. Simmons, Los Angeles Times
Burbank is considering raising fees for everything from pet registration to trash and sewer service as officials work to close an $8.7-million budget gap. The proposed fee hikes, including a 4.9% water rate increase, come in addition to possible cuts...
Trees tumble amid high winds Glendale took the majority of damage from winds that reached up to 60 mph late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, with multiple trees falling throughout the city. Burbank escaped relatively unscathed, with the...
CITY HALL — The large tree limb came crashing down in August, about 10 minutes after Marina Manukian pulled her Infiniti G35 into a curbside parking space across the street from her Andover Drive home. Manukian, who last year spent months trying...
Lehigh Valley WildThe Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has designated a new Wild Plant Sanctuary in Bloom Township, Clearfield County. Bilger’s Rocks, a property managed by the Bilger’s Rocks Association, has been accepted into...
A hazy heat lay over the flats. Water blurred into sky at the horizon, and dunes to the south faded into the lake. In shallow water, fish played spawning tag in the shallows. If you wanted to, you could drop a fly or a spinner in front of their faces and...
The Maryland State Soil Conservation Committee is accepting nominations for appointment to the Harford Soil Conservation District Board of Supervisors. The appointment will be to fill the unexpired term of Michael S. Birch on Oct. 17, 2016. Nominations...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Harry S. Truman, Annapolis, Conservation
Gov. Martin O'Malley swore in Joseph P. Gill as Secretary of Natural Resources Tuesday, replacing John R. Griffin at the top of the 1,200-employee agency. Griffin has been named to replace Matt Gallagher as the governor's chief of staff as of June 1....
BOYNE CITY -- Hunting should still be allowed at Porter Creek natural area west of Boyne City, but limited to deer hunting, be allowed only on specific dates and registration should be required, agreed members of the Charlevoix County Parks and Recreation...
Tags: Hunting, Lifestyle and Leisure
It's an age-old feud which money, technology and even sex failed to mute – dams and American Shad just don't get along. For decades on the Lehigh River, men have hauled shad over the dams, coaxed them to spawn in hatcheries and released their...
Upper Mount Bethel Township residents, your quality of life is at stake, and to preserve it you must vote and vote for your best interests. Judith Henckel is the only candidate who has proven to be honest, intelligent, caring and diligent in her efforts...
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