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  • Oyster harvesters see unloading fees increase at some Peninsula docks

    Oyster harvesters see unloading fees increase at some Peninsula docks
    On a cloudy muggy morning along the shores of Deep Creek in Newport News' Menchville area, third generation marina operator Lonnell Perok-Coffen carries on the business left in her hands nearly five years ago by her father Steven Perok. "Business has...
  • Obama, Europe's leaders hit Russia with stiff sanctions

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama and European leaders on Tuesday slapped their toughest sanctions yet on Russia's energy, arms and finance sectors to protests Russian involvement in Ukraine. But the measures stopped short of steps that might inflict...
  • DATOS-Los efectos de las sanciones a Rusia en las empresas europeas

    (Reuters) - La Unión Europea y Estados Unidos están reforzando las sanciones contra Rusia -apuntando a sus sectores bancario, energético y de defensa-, en la acción internacional más fuerte hasta ahora por el apoyo de Moscú a los rebeldes separatistas...
  • Man gets up and walks away after being struck by lightning

    Man gets up and walks away after being struck by lightning
    A man was able to get up to walk away and even refused a trip to the hospital after he was struck by lightning at a gas station in St. Petersburg, according to the Tampa Bay Times. The unidentified man was with a group of bikers who stopped at a BP...
  • Man pleads guilty to service station robberies

    A Mount Airy man pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to robbing four gas stations in the region and stealing a car in Carroll County in late 2013. Joshua Nathaniel Payne, 21, pleaded guilty to four counts of robbery and one count of using a...
  • European Union slaps new, stronger sanctions on Russia

    The 28-nation European Union agreed Tuesday on stronger economic sanctions against Russia amid ongoing anger concerning the conflict in eastern Ukraine and the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, the great majority of whose passengers were...
  • Police Blotter

    Baltimore County police in the Franklin precinct recently recorded the following reported incidents, among others, in the Owings Mills and greater Reisterstown communities. Anyone with information regarding these incidents may call the Franklin precinct...
  • Lavrov dice que Rusia no responderá igual a las sanciones occidentales

    MOSCÚ (Reuters) - Moscú no impondrá medidas de represalia ni actuará "histéricamente" ante las sanciones económicas occidentales, dijo el lunes el ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Rusia, Sergei Lavrov, intentando mantener la moral alta en medio de las...
  • China finds shale gas challenging, halves 2020 output target

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China has halved the quantum of shale gas it expects to produce by 2020 after early exploration efforts to unlock the unconventional fuel proved challenging, according to an industry website and a government source. China, believed to...
  • Escalation of U.S., EU sanctions on Russia 'unavoidable'

    Escalation of U.S., EU sanctions on Russia 'unavoidable'
    The European Union and the United States on Tuesday announced further sanctions against Russia, targeting its energy, banking and defense sectors in the strongest international action yet over Moscow's support for rebels in eastern Ukraine. The measures...
  • Lehigh Gas acquired by Texas-based CST Brands

    San Antonio-based CST Brands has agreed to acquire Lehigh Gas, the general partner of Allentown-based Lehigh Gas Partners, for total of $85 million in cash and stock, the companies announced Wednesday. The deal combines two companies pursing...
  • Petcoke firm threatens lawsuit over city rules

    Petcoke firm threatens lawsuit over city rules
    Escalating a fight with Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a company that stores enormous mounds of petroleum coke on Chicago's Southeast Side is threatening to sue unless city officials allow the gritty piles to remain uncovered for another four years. KCBX Terminals,...