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3 hrs ago | WFLA-AM Tampa
In the first half, longtime business and energy journalist, James R. Norman , discussed how the US and its allies use the price of oil as an economic weapon.
4 hrs ago | The Brooklyn Inc
It's the fourth week of the G train's partial shutdown and Greenpoint resident Mike Wechsler has decided to sweat rather than wait.
6 hrs ago | Columbia Journalism Review
When Mary Kate Leming found herself among the 300 Palm Beach Post employees who lost their jobs in a sweeping downsizing in 2008, she enacted an unlikely Plan B, taking out a home equity credit line to start a print newspaper.
8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
More than 230 additional New Jersey homeowners raising their properties after Hurricane Sandy have been approved for funding through a state-administered grant program, officials said today, bringing the total awards handed out so far to nearly 700.
11 hrs ago | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
It sits on a bucolic bit of farmland left over from the 1600s - across the street from an East Flatbush junk yard and car wash.
Almost two years after Superstorm Sandy felled or damaged thousands of trees in the Somerset Hills, Back to Nature Home & Garden in Basking Ridge will donate 1,000 free trees to Bernards residents this fall to boost a township initiative to replace 5,000 lost trees within five years.
TVNewser has learned "Good Morning America" Senior Executive Producer Tom Cibrowski is being promoted to senior VP of programs, newsgathering and special events.
Hurricane Sandy was a huge burden to a number of states on the east coast, and the flooding that resulted in New Jersey was of epic proportions, ruining tons of cars.
In 2005, Associate Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor wrote, "Those who would renegotiate the boundaries between church and state must therefore answer a difficult question: why would we trade a system that has served us so well for one that has served others so poorly?" "We're going to do what we want to do because it's our schools.
The Westchester County Board of Legislators voted to approve a 10 year management agreement with Playland Ice Casino LLC, a subsidiary of American Skating Entertainment Centers LLC, to operate the Ice Casino last Thursday.
WERE THE 80's that awkward? According to Michael Tully's interpretation in "Ping Pong Summer," they were -- painstakingly so.
In recent months, Airbnb has come to resemble a political operator that happens to run a hotel network.
A Crampton Avenue home was the first property that the state purchased in Woodbridge through its post-Hurricane Sandy buyout program.
We are smack in the middle of hurricane season. The Hurricane Center is forecasting a below-normal season meaning fewer hurricanes.
According to city records, 35% of New York's 8,894 public phones are broken. The Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications has stated that Verizon may be in part at fault for the mass failure, as the company is largely responsible for repair of public phones and hasn't stepped up to fix them in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
The G train is scheduled to be back in action next week, but some riders are actually bemoaning its return.
GLASSBORO - Projects led by a Rowan University researcher have received more than $3 million in grants to study the long-term effects of Hurricane Sandy on New Jersey residents.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 03:41 pm
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