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email@example.comThe Nuclear Regulatory Commission is hoping to recover a portable gauge containing radioactive material that went missing from a West Virginia work site. The federal agency says Chambersburg, Pa.-based Valley Quarries Inc. reported the device missing...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Berkeley County Public Service Water District says it needs to increase customers’ rates by 19.5 percent to stay financially afloat and refinance debt. The water district’s petition filed Monday with the state regulatory agency...
email@example.comAsk any parent of a teenager about what keeps them up at night and there’s usually plenty of answers, including how to pay for their child’s college education. Thanks to the annual Financial Aid Night on Thursday night at Waynesboro Area...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA FirstEnergy spokesman is assuring government officials that the electric company will not “walk away” from the R. Paul Smith Power Station in Williamsport once the facility closes late this summer. Mark Durbin also said the power station...
Elected leaders must realize we are One Maryland To the editor: I genuinely hope that our current local elected state representatives move on to more productive activities than continuing to promote the irresponsible notion that there is an urban war...
Opponents of a proposed $2.1 billion multistate power line have accused Allegheny Energy and American Electric Power of improperly charging customers millions of dollars to push the idea. Shepherdstown resident Keryn Newman and Chloe, W.Va., resident...
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email@example.comWith one major regulatory hurdle standing between the merger of FirstEnergy and local energy supplier Allegheny Energy, just what is FirstEnergy? The Akron, Ohio-based company that could buy out Allegheny by the end of March has more diverse power-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Maryland Public Service Commission has approved the proposed merger of FirstEnergy and Allegheny Energy, leaving the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission as the sole regulatory hurdle to the merger. Maryland's PSC approved the merger Tuesday with...
Postal rates will go up in April, but the cost of sending the basic letter will remain the same. The Postal Service said Thursday that most rates will increase April 17 under a formula that allows the agency to raise prices within the rate of inflation....
email@example.comFirstEnergy and Allegheny Energy received the final regulatory approval needed for their long-awaited merger Thursday when the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission approved the deal. "We are pleased that the Pennsylvania Commission has approved our...
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