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EPA seeks seventh graders for summer environmental workshop for Philadelphia - Application deadline Earth Day, April 22 (PA)
(PHILADELPHIA, March 30, 2010) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting applications for current seventh-grade students in the Philadelphia metropolitan area to participate in a unique six-week summer environmental education program
The National Park Service will award a contract this spring to build an $8.5 million two-lane access highway from Route 30 to the proposed Flight 93 memorial near Shanksville.
A commercial breeder charged with neglecting scores of dogs and cats was convicted Monday of animal cruelty, capping a high-profile case that state officials have used to tout their crackdown on substandard kennels.
Last August I thanked the U.S. EPA for responding to community concerns about contaminated drinking water in Pavillion, Wyoming. You may remember the photo of the contamination in someone's water filter: Now I want to thank EPA again,...
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Philadelphia officials asked a state regulator on Thursday to ban the natural-gas drilling technique known as hydraulic fracturing until its environmental effects, especially on drinking water, are studied.
Deer hunters in Pennsylvania bagged the lowest number of deer in the state since 1987.
Pennsylvania's high court sided Wednesday with the natural gas industry in a dispute with landowners who had sought to invalidate the leases they signed before the Marcellus shale rush intensified and drove up land values.
I can't really add anything to the tragic words in today's Altoona Mirror. The Smith family in Clearville, Pennsylvania has lost cows, a horse and a dog that exhibited unexplainable neurological symptoms before they died. The Smiths suffer from dental problems...
Construction season moves into high gear this morning with major changes in traffic patterns on Route 65 at the Interstate 79 interchange in Glenfield.
Pennsylvania is losing trees by the millions to the emerald ash borer, and researchers are scrambling to find ways to replace ash trees or develop insect-resistant hybrids.