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firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo Republicans who have been in different roles in Quincy Township, Pa., are running for the township’s board of supervisors this year. Pennsylvania’s primary election is May 21. Robert “Bob” Gunder is seeking his third six-...
Needed upgrades to the Doland drinking water system have led to the loss of the town's historic water tower. Doland's original water tower was built in 1917, but was badly rusted and needed to be replaced, said Kam DesLauriers, the town's finance...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Water, Painting, Science and Technology, Arts
Customers of Baltimore's water system would see their water bills go up 15 percent — more than expected — under a proposal the Department of Public Works announced Monday. The projected rate hike follows years of increases and will bring a...
Scheduled meetings this week of the Washington County Commissioners, Washington County Board of Education, and Hagerstown Mayor and Council: WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Hager Hall Conference and Event Center 901 Dual Hwy., Hagerstown Tuesday,...
Lake County homeowners with underground sprinkler systems in the village of Buffalo Grove will soon have the option of using separate irrigation meters to gauge outdoor water usage. "The irrigation meter is just another option to give customers the...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Proponents of fluoridating Portland's water supply had no trouble getting the local Urban League on board. Here in the biggest city in the country that still doesn't treat its water to prevent tooth decay, studies show that low-...
A new $55 million power plant south of Aberdeen is ready to provide electricity during peak demand. The 60-megawatt NorthWestern Energy plant was commissioned April 30 after performance testing. "The Aberdeen peaker plant illustrates NorthWestern'...
Tags: Plant Openings, Business
Staff WriterThe amount of water that the Imperial Irrigation District is expected to pay back to the Colorado River keeps rising. In addition to nearly 180,000 acre-feet of water that the IID ordered in excess over the last two years and a projected overrun for...
Tags: Conservation, Environmental Issues
email@example.comProperty tax rates are expected to increase in the upcoming fiscal year, but Funkstown residents will not pay more because of low property assessments, according to a town official. The town’s proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year calls...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe City of Wichita has released a drought response based on six public meetings focused on conservation efforts. The city asked for the public's input during city council district meetings. While the recent rains have helped the three-year drought,...
Tags: Droughts, Natural Disasters
Hydraulic fracturing, the process that involves shooting millions of gallons of water, sand and chemicals underground to crack shale formations and unlock oil and gas, would become more difficult under new rules proposed by the Interior Department. As...
WASHINGTON - May measurements confirm April forecasts: NRCS hydrologists predict reduced spring and summer water supply for much of the West. April saw a surge in snow in many places but didn't make up the shortfall during previous months. “For much...
Tags: Droughts, Natural Disasters
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