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CITY HALL — Everything from water to trash pickup will likely be more expensive after the City Council on Tuesday tentatively approved raising rates to help meet increased costs. The fee hikes must still come back June 22 for a final vote as...
WASHINGTON – Living in an undersea lab about the size of a school bus, explorer Fabien Cousteau and five fellow aquanauts will spend 31 continuous days submerged off the coast of South Florida this fall, riding around on an underwater vehicle and...
Clifford “Buck” Russell Healey, 89, of Rapid City passed away Saturday, June 15, 2013 at Golden Living Meadowbrook. He was born September 22, 1923 in Newell SD to Albert Joseph (AJ) Healey and Josephine Mae (Young) Healey. Buck graduated...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice
Troubled Fort Lauderdale millionaire Guma Aguiar raced his motorboat across the choppy waves of Port Everglades inlet a year ago Wednesday — the day he vanished, leaving behind an overwhelming tangle of business and personal lawsuits, a family in...
“I am one of the people of the Fairplay fire department who is on the outside looking in, and I thank Charlie Miller, who has the noti ce in the paper today in the letter to the editor. He is 100 percent right. If we can get the present management...
MarketWatchWASHINGTON -- Higher costs of housing and power to run homes pushed consumer prices mildly higher in May, but inflationary pressure in the U.S. was largely subdued, and the cost of health care eased again. The consumer price index rose by a seasonally...
Chevrolet’s Volt topped the Sierra Club’s list of plug-in hybrids in the environmental organization’s annual Electric Vehicle Guide. At a price falling mid-range in the list of six EVs reviewed, the Volt takes drivers 38 electric-...
Letters to the editor from Highland Park and Deerfield residents. Of taxes and jobs This is in response to a recent letter to the editor that proposes a $1 tax on sports-ticket sales as a way to pay for Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. I am...
SCRATCH the surface of the planet and the chances that hydrocarbons will spew forth appear to grow by the day. This week America's Energy Information Administration (EIA) released new estimates of the amount of gas in the world's shale beds. It reckons...
CHARLEVOIX — Steve Libert may have a date with history this week. Libert, who with his wife, Kathie, has had a seasonal home in Charlevoix for the past 15 years and plans to soon make the community their full-time home, may know in a matter of days...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds
Tribune reporterGov. Pat Quinn today signed sweeping legislation to regulate horizontal hydraulic fracturing, better known as "fracking." The move, which was expected, adds a bevy of restrictions and protections to an industry that while legal, was largely unregulated....
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is considering a sweeping initiative to address climate change, including the first-ever limits on carbon dioxide from power plants, the country's biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions, according to...
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