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Former Dry Cleaning Site in Buffalo Gets Groundwater Remediation, Redevelopment as Cancer Center

A former shopping plaza site in Buffalo, NY, could be the next spot for remediation and cleanup, according to the New York Department of Environmental...
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Wisconsin Legislature Votes To Revoke All State Funding for Public Parks; Fees Increase for Campers

The Wisconsin Legislature’s budget committee recently voted in favor of raising fees for state parks even higher than what Gov. Scott Walker had...
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Great White Shark Among Tourists Heading to New Jersey This Summer

With summer weather arriving in New Jersey, officials in Atlantic City and along the Jersey Shore are making a pitch for re-centering the area as a ma...
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Tuscumbia Residents Plagued With Ongoing Flooding Woes

Tuscumbia, AL is widely known for being the hometown of Helen Keller and the Alabama Music Hall of Fame. These days, however, Tuscumbia’s reside...
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A Green, Dry Thumb: Sacramento Homeowners Get Paid By City For Drought Tolerant Landscape Design

Thanks to California’s historic — and worrisome — drought, it’s no longer about who has the nicest or priciest home on the blo...
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Chicago Couple Awarded $325,000 in Settlement After Basement Flood Destroys Their Vinyl Collection

A Chicago couple recently received a $325,000 settlement from the City Council after sewage water flooded their basement and destroyed their vintage v...
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State Mental Hospital May Turn Patients Away During Renovations

Kansas’ Osawatomie State Hospital may be freezing admissions in the near future as they attempt to finish mandatory updates and renovations. Med...
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Car Involved in Fatal Hit and Run Found by Police

Police in Coral Gables, Florida are investigating a hit-and-run accident that has left a bicyclist dead. The yet-unidentified cyclist was found by a C...
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Beloved PDX Carpet Finds Life After Replacement

Portland is known for keeping things weird, but this year’s Starlight Parade Grand Marshal takes weird to a whole new level. It’s an anthr...
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4,500 Gallons of Sewage Flooded the Basement of Historic Portland Apartment Building

The residents in Portland residential complex Morrison Park Apartments encountered quite an unpleasant surprise last week when the building’s ba...