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Minnesota could become the next battleground in the fight over mandatory labels for genetically modified food. Bills were introduced on Feb. 28 in the Minnesota Legislature that would require food manufacturers to label their products to indicate...
LANSING — The Michigan Senate voted Tuesday to curtail state regulators' consideration of biological diversity when designating sections of state forest land, over the objections of environmentalists who said the "anti-science" bill would gut a...
GETTYSBURG COLLEGE: The following local students at Gettysburg College have been placed on the fall 2012 Deans' Commendation List, which requires point average in the range of 3.300 to 3.599 for a semester's work: Michael Hoppes of Baldwin, Shannon Kelley...
The Maryland State Archives is accepting applications for its summer student intern program. The internships are open to high school and undergraduate or graduate level college students attending Maryland schools or Maryland residents attending out-of-...
RedEyeThe CTA said it is discontinuing a bus route it operates between the Clybourn and Western Metra stations during morning rush hour after the CTA and Metra could not come to agreement about Metra paying more for the service. The No. 33 Mag Mile Express...
As nearly a dozen states consider legislation that would ban toxic flame retardants, Illinois apparently will remain on the sidelines of a growing debate about chemicals linked to cancer, developmental problems and impaired fertility. On a 10-5 vote,...
Federal biologists on Monday confirmed the presence of a lethal fungus known as white-nose syndrome at Alabama’s Fern Cave National Wildlife Refuge, home of the largest wintering colony of endangered gray bats. With more than 1 million hibernating...
BEIJING -- China says it will better protect farmers' land rights and boost rural incomes and public services to help narrow the divide with urban areas. The government will increase agricultural subsidies and ensure "reasonable returns" from planting...
Tags: Government, Conservation, Beijing (China), Sociology, Hu Jintao
The Hartford CourantIf there's one thing that stands out for me during my 25 years in Connecticut, it was the quiet but delicious return of good food and local farms. For readers who are less than 40 years old, please remember, there were no farmers markets in the state...
Wings The Confluence Volunteer Fire Department “Wing Night” from 5 until 7 p.m. April 6 at the Barlow Street Fire Hall. Handicapped accessible and take-outs will be available. Pot pie dinner Relax after the Easter holiday at a pot pie dinner...
The abandoned Durham Iron Mine in upper Bucks County once belonged to William Penn and, in 1999, it served as the winter hibernation home for up to 17,000 bats, after they had dined on nearly 12 tons of airborne bugs in warmer months. Nine years later,...
A longtime Towson University professor has resigned his post as the head of the city school system's ethics panel amid allegations that his published academic articles contain content from dozens of sources without proper — or in some cases any...
Tags: Primaries, Ethics, Elections, Teaching and Learning, Values
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