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Daily American Staff Writer @DAPeteBosakThe Somerset County Campus Foundation for Allegany College of Maryland held a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for a $2.7 million renovation that will add distance learning capabilities, slash utility bills and offer more to the community. "We're basically...
The Potomac Valley Audubon Society is sponsoring a special tour of Shepherdstown’s new, high-tech wastewater treatment plant on Friday, June 7. The tour will begin at 10 a.m. and last about an hour. It will be free, and anyone with an interest is...
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A homebuyer may have to put several houses under contract before actually closing on one. Welcome to the new housing market, where contract price and appraised value do not always match. Low appraised values are causing many deals to falter, according...
SACRAMENTO -- California lawmakers are pushing an alternative to Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to use new revenue generated by Proposition 39, which changed the corporate tax code when voters approved it in November. Brown and Democrats in the Legislature are...
FAIRMONT, Minn. - Farmer Dwayne Ehlert remembers the moment last August when he delivered a truckload of corn to an ethanol plant here and sold it for a record $8.16 a bushel. "I knew it was good for me, and I knew it wasn't good for anyone else,"...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Three Jefferson Elementary students have combined technology, environmental awareness, and creativity to be awarded in the Igniting Creative Energy Contest presented by the National Energy Foundation and Johnson Controls Inc. The...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Lincoln County School Board approved a plan Tuesday to refinance bonds and save $680,000 over the course of 17 years. Greg Phillips, a bond consultant for the district with Hilliard Lyons, said a unique contract clause allows the...
The idea of passive house design isn't new. It was first promoted in the early 1990s. But the concept — virtually airtight buildings, heavily insulated and using triple-glazed windows, requiring little energy for heating or cooling — has yet...
For too long, many environmentalists have been ambivalent about nuclear energy. It conjures fears: meltdowns, cancers, Chernobyl, Fukushima, overtones of nuclear bombs. Yet, we also know that nuclear power provides 70 percent of all the greenhouse gas-...
An incumbent Quincy Township (Pa.) Supervisor appears to have held onto his seat in a tight race during Tuesday’s primary election. Robert “Bob” Gunder garnered 286 votes from Republicans, compared to 264 votes for challenger Edward...
Tribune reportersRejecting Gov. Pat Quinn's plea to not increase power rates to help improve some of the state's electrical grid, the Illinois senate voted to override his veto of a bill that bulks up the revenue Commonwealth Edison will receive as it modernizes the...
As ComEd, a major electricity provider, is expected to lower its rates in June, it may be a confusing market for residents, citizen advocates warn, as it will get harder to judge who truly has the best offers. About 1,000 or so Wheaton residents will...
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