RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Kerosene

A collection of news and information related to Kerosene published by this site and its partners.

Top Kerosene Articles

Displaying items 13-24
  • As Foreclosures Grow, Cities, Eastern Towns Hardest Hit

    Shirley Reimann powers up her computer most mornings at the social services agency she supervises in Killingly and immediately runs a Google search: Windham County foreclosures. What she sees has her worried. The number of houses and condominiums for...
  • Diesel Fuel Still Pricey, Hurting State's Trucking Industry

    Gasoline prices in Connecticut have been steadily falling — down $1 Friday since peaking in July — and so have diesel fuel prices. Just not as much. Diesel still costs about 76 cents a gallon more than regular gas in Connecticut, according...
  • John McCain needles Obama on radio

     
    by Jill Zuckman In his weekly radio address, Sen. John McCain poked fun at himself for being cast to the side while his rival went on a world tour. "With all the breathless coverage from abroad, and with Senator Obama......
  • Colbert vs NASA: Congressional ally

     
    by Ben Meyerson Faux-pundit Stephen Colbert's fans are a notoriously active bunch, influencing everything from a Hungarian bridge to Wikipedia at the host's command. Colbert's latest effort aimed to put the Comedy Central host where no late-night funnyman...
  • Cold Winter Forcing Heating Oil Prices To Rise

    Cold Winter Forcing Heating Oil Prices To Rise
    There is cold news and bad news for Long Islanders. The cold news is weather experts say there is more frigid weather headed our way. The bad news is that experts say as the mercury drops the cost of heating a home or office will continue to increase....
  • Family Wants More Clean Up from Oil Company

    Family Wants More Clean Up from Oil Company
    A local family says a heating oil company's mistake made their home smell so bad they had to move out for a few days. "You open the door, what do you smell?" asks Carl Rossetto as he turns the knob on the door that leads to his basement stairs. "Oil," he...
  • Time to Invest to Save on Home Heating?

    Thousands of us are watching our energy bills go up this fall.  So is now the time to invest in a better home heating system?  That's a tough call in our unsettled economy.  But some experts say making that investment now could save you some big money...
  • Bioheat Use on the Rise as Temperature Drops

    As our weather gets colder, a lot of us are finding a new way to heat up our homes. Local companies say the ''bio-heat business, with its green, alternative fuel has grown tenfold in our area in just the past few years. Many customers say in the short run...
  • Utility Shut Offs Rise Due to Economy Trouble

    If you walked outside this morning, you know it's a little chilly.  It's a true sign that colder days are on the way.  And in these rough economic times, more and more people are having trouble paying to heat their homes. It's cold and so now everyone...
  • Connecticut oil dealers seek credit help

          CROMWELL, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut's independent oil dealers are looking to the federal government to help them weather a credit crunch.       A trade group is asking the federal government for help in accessing credit. Dealers say they need help to...
  • Oil spills onto the Connecticut River in Portland

    DEP and the Coast Guard are at the scene of the Oil Spill along the CT River. DEP responded to a Oil spill at Tri-Ram, which is a Oil Terminal, located at 171 Brownstone Ave. in Portland at 4:30 p.m. An equipment malfunctioned on a 1200 gallon upright...
  • Winter Clogs River `Highway'

    The major snowstorms that have battered Connecticut this winter brought travelers to a standstill on many state highways. It was a reminder of how the fury of New England's winter weather can wreak havoc on travel. Before the days of paved interstate...