Wednesday, April 4, 2012

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In Pennsylvania


Gas work impacting area streams The latest way to measure the negative impacts to water quality from natural gas development activities are displaying some earth disturbances impacts in Lycoming County Sun-Gazette


Pittsburgh Council supports challenge of shale regulations Pittsburg City Council, a well-known foe of the Marcellus Shale industry, this morning sent a message of support to seven municipalities that sued the state over the new natural gas drilling law Post-Gazette


In New Jersey

DEP’s pre-season trout stocking slated for Thursday
Good fishing times are here again. The DEP’s Division of Fish and Wildlife says it will complete the pre-season stocking of more than 180,000 hatchery-raised trout on Thursday, in preparation for the opening day of trout season on Saturday AP Press


Beacon of Jersey City sold after hitting rough times
The sprawling landmark is testing the limits of Jersey City’s success. A planned high-rise in nearby Journal Square is stalled, and a renovated factory featuring loft-style apartments overlooking the Pulaski Skyway is also struggling financially Statehouse Bureau
 


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