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Regarding the May 13 stories, "Record CO2 seen as scary trend" and "Natural gas boom stoking fear of disrupting nature":
Ventnor Arts Weekend showcases talent
Annual Heartwalk planned
A welcome sign of spring in Atlantic City is the reopening of bars, clubs and pools for the season, all of which greatly expand the options for partying both day and night through the summer. From rooftop pool parties to beachfront bars to clubs with outdoor areas overlooking the ocean, there is no shortage of places where you can enjoy the sun or moonlight with drinks, music and large, like-minded crowds looking to have fun. Below are five things you need to know about some of the most popular, most unique and newest places in the city where going out really means partying outside and enjoying the warm weather while it's here.
Opening the roof over the new home of the Minnesota Vikings would have forced planners of the $975 million project to eliminate some of the fancy features.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Officials are no closer to developing a solar panel project at the defunct Oak Avenue landfill than the township was in January 2011, when Pepco Energy Services scrapped its plan for 18 acres of solar panels.
Skygazers across the Australian Outback are watching as the moon glides between the Earth and the sun, blocking everything but a dazzling ring of light in a solar eclipse.
(NAPSI)—Before summer kicks into high gear, consider converting your home into an eco-friendly and energy-saving one. An excellent place to start is with your window coverings. Cooling your house with cellular shades, solar screens or window film provides a multitude of benefits that can not only save you money, but create a more enjoyable home environment as well.
The 88-year-old man struck and killed by a bus in Melrose has been identified as a decorated World War II veteran and retired college professor.
Richard Stockton College’s board of trustees approved new room and board rates Wednesday that will increase costs an average 2 percent for the 2013-14 school year.
Technology has been connecting families for generations. The invention of the phone let us hear voices of loved ones far away, and the creation of the Internet helped us to see them. Today, those same technologies that we’ve used to bring our families closer together are helping us to connect with and support families who are worlds apart. In doing so, the very concept and experience of “gifting” and philanthropy is being transformed.
(BPT) - It’s got all the hallmarks of a great home improvement – adds value, enhances livability and beauty, and creates a perfect gathering spot for family and friends. So why wouldn’t you add a swimming pool to your outdoor living space?
A new satellite hovering nearly 450 miles above the Earth appears to working flawlessly as it embarks on a 10-year mission to document the planet's surface, scientists and engineers at the U.S. Geological Survey's Earth Resources Observation and Science Center said Monday.
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(BPT) - Patio season has arrived, and opportunities for outdoor social gatherings will abound in the coming months. Birthdays, graduations, showers, holidays and any other reasons to enjoy warm weather will call for unique outdoor party solutions that differ from indoor events. Here are a few ideas to make al fresco entertaining a snap.
There is no running water and no electricity at the new Kennedy farm at Richard Stockton College.
(BPT) - Warm weather heralds home improvement season. It’s also the season of high electric bills as air conditioners hum to life in response to rising temperatures across the country. When you’re making summer upgrades to your home, improvements that make your house more livable and attractive are even more rewarding when they also help put money back in your pocket.
(BPT) - Do the words “aging in place” and “home improvement” conjure images of institutional-looking grab bars in bathrooms and overhead kitchen lights that could illuminate an airport runway? Many people eschew certain types of home improvements for the same reason others refuse to wear hearing aids – the negative connotations of age.
Dear Franny the Shopa-holic: I saw outdoor solar lights that looked like tile. Can you find me some? - Jessie M.
(BPT) - Is your backyard ready for bliss this summer? You probably look forward to spending as much time outdoors as possible during warmer months. But do you really have everything you need to ensure you can enjoy your outdoor living space from dawn to dusk – and beyond?
(BPT) - You’ve replaced your home’s 20-year-old windows with new, Energy Star-rated models, upgraded to electricity-sipping appliances and there’s not a single incandescent light bulb to be found anywhere in your house. You may be wondering what more you can do to further reduce your home energy bills.
Almost everyone knows the acronym "EMT." We know that emergency medical technicians will arrive in a hurry if someone calls for an ambulance. Less familiar is the acronym "EMP." But if an electromagnetic pulse were to hit the United States, we'd need a lot more than an ambulance to fix the problems that would result.
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