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I am responding to the recent letter by William F. Brandes ("O'Malley right on waste incinerators," Oct. 24) concerning The Sun's editorial on incinerators and the Environmental Integrity Project report on waste-to-energy (WTE) incinerators ("Clean...
Tags: Environmental Pollution
West Virginia may be known in popular song as "Almost Heaven," but it's a state that's seen more than its share of hell. A vicious gunfight in the streets of a small town, two men assassinated on the courthouse steps in front of their wives, coal company...
What hypocrites we be! We expound the virtues of shipping millions of tons of coal to stoke the fires of Asia — with a handsome profit to us while abetting Asia's environmental disaster ("Coal exports through port booming," June 12). Yet we revile...
Dining@LargeBrent just sent me word of a new coal-fired pizza place in Ellicott City called, yes, Coal Fire Pizza. It doesn't seem to have a Web site yet, so here's the info: 5725 Richard's Valley Road, 410-480-2625.Brent has an excellent......
Sun StaffHigh-priority cargo found ways around Baltimore's Howard Street Tunnel yesterday, but knots in the East Coast's rail network will grow increasingly tight with each day that the major north-south artery remains closed, freight customers said. Bethlehem...
Sun StaffThe beer is cold and so is the guacamole when the snapper hits the grill. For hours, several whole fish have marinated in a chile-and-garlic seasoning, a specialty of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Now, they will be briefly charred and then wrapped in...
Tags: Salt, Building Material, Steaks, Chicago Bulls, George Hirsch
Sun StaffWhen John Unitas was in seventh grade at a Catholic grade school in the hard hills south of downtown Pittsburgh, his teacher asked each of the students in his class what they wanted to be when they grew up. A pro football player, Unitas said. His...
The northeast region enjoys the reputation of the ultimate getaway destination. During fall, a rainbow of colors inundates the horizon. For outdoor enthusiasts, the region's plentiful state parks and mountain trails provide endless adventure...
Sun StaffBLUEFIELD, W.Va. -- Opening Day, like summer, comes late to this small city in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. And like summer, the annual love affair between the townspeople and the Bluefield Orioles is intense and short, just 10 weeks...
Sun StaffBob Miller once dreamed of designing great things, but his engineering career went neither quite that way nor quite that far. So it's with self-conscious country-boy shucks, and a little melancholy, that he downplays his role in the construction of the...
Knoxville News SentinelThe hostilities, at long last, are over. A peace treaty formally ending the infamous Coal Creek War of 1892 was signed Friday on tree-shrouded Militia Hill, a knoll of remote Vowell Mountain overlooking Lake City. The ceremony also recognized the site...
Tags: Metal and Mineral, Prisons, Mining, Randy McNally
The Daily Times, Farmington, N.M.Bring your lawn chairs and coonskin hats for an open campfire cookout at the Farmington Museum. Donna Thatcher, an educator at the Riverside Nature Center, will hold a workshop demonstration on outdoors Dutch oven baking today. Thatcher will offer...
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