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  • U.S. must abandon corn-based ethanol

    The use of ethanol in gasoline has a long and sordid history ("Food or fuel?" Aug. 3). By the early 1990s, EPA regulations had reduced tailpipe emissions from new cars by over 95 percent of 970s levels, and only about 3 percent of the hydrocarbons in...
  • Solyndra's failure doesn't discredit the larger solar power industry

    Rather than the Washington political circus that undoubtedly will mark Congress' upcoming hearings into the collapse of Solyndra, the government-subsidized solar panel maker, the company's problems should be viewed as an unfortunate bump in the road...
  • Gas industry slams Bay Foundation fracking video

    Gas industry slams Bay Foundation fracking video
    An industry group is accusing the Chesapeake Bay Foundation of misrepresenting the facts in a video investigation the environmental group released last fall purporting to show natural gas wells and processing facilities spewing invisible plumes of...
  • Brrrrr !! And colder tonight !

     
    That was bracing! Overnight lows ranged from around minus-8 degrees out in Garrett County, to about 11 degrees in Aberdeen. Here is a map with National Weather Service observer reports.We recorded a low of 10 degrees out on the WeatherDeck......
  • Maryland on the menu

    When Maryland's first Colonists stepped off the Ark and the Dove, they carried little that would generate gastronomic envy - a bit of salted meat, dried peas and hard biscuits left over from the voyage, and some pigs and cows recently purchased from...
  • Compton house fire leads to one arrest; possible PCP lab is found

    Compton house fire leads to one arrest; possible PCP lab is found
    Los Angeles County Sheriff’s officials say a man was badly burned in Compton early Tuesday when a possible in-home drug-manufacturing lab burst into flames. Sheriff's Sgt. Ulysses Cruz said deputies were on patrol about 3:15 a.m. when they saw a...
  • 'Hamlet,' "Kiss Me Kate' Top New Hartford Stage Season

    A world premiere of a provocative play by Matthew Lopez, William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” and a revival of Cole Porter’s “Kiss Me Kate’’ are among the highlights of Hartford Stage’s 2014-2015 season. The...
  • A closer look at energy drinks with a natural kick

     A closer look at energy drinks with a natural kick
    Energy drinks — sugary, caffeinated beverages that are supposed to provide a quick pick-me-up — have been taking some hits lately. The natural food industry has responded with a flurry of alternatives, including replacing high-fructose...
  • Milk allergy and lactose intolerance two unrelated medical conditions

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My one-year-old son was diagnosed with a milk allergy, but he is not lactose intolerant. How are the two different? ANSWER: Although they may seem similar, being allergic to milk and being lactose intolerant are two unrelated medical...
  • Treating PCOS in Adolescent Girls

    Treating PCOS in Adolescent Girls
    If your adolescent daughter has menstrual issues such as infrequent, prolonged or the absence of periods, you should make an appointment with her primary doctor. There are many possible causes for menstrual problems, including a hormonal condition...
  • Theater review: 'Gem of the Ocean' from Seminole State College

     Theater review: 'Gem of the Ocean' from Seminole State College
    In August Wilson's "Gem of the Ocean," the characters speak with reverence of "the light." They want injustice exposed in the light of day. They want to see their true selves in the light of honesty. So it's a beautiful touch at Seminole State College's...
  • California, back off the nanny-state warning labels on sodas

    Soda consumption is down nationwide, to per capita levels last seen in 1987. It’s even down among kids. As word gets out about the empty calories in soft drinks, people have been getting the message. Such changes come slowly, but they happen....