The Allegheny Front for the week of

July 2, 2011

Environmental Protection Agency Announces Plans for Marcellus Study

The Environmental Protection Agency has laid out its plans to study the Marcellus Shale gas drilling industry by visiting sites where com

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Every Day is Independence Day When it Comes to Gas Drilling

The Post-Gazette's Pipeline Editor Erich Schwartzel has noticed patriotic themes are part and parcel of the shale industry's li

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With a New Marcellus Law, Company Threatens to Leave Town Where it All Began

Mt. Pleasant, Washington County, is trying to limit where gas is drilled, piped, and processed. Gas has brought prosperity for many in Mount Pleasant, but headaches for others. The new law has sparked a heated debate over how best to reduce drilling's impact on rural Pennsylvania.

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The Allegheny Front Rewind: Interview at GTECH

To celebrate The Allegheny Front's 20th anniversary, we've been looking back at some of the people, organizations and issues covered on t

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A Fond Farewell to Naturalist Esther Allen

OPEN: A central figure of western Pennyslvania's wildlife community has died. Esther Allen was 93.

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The Allegheny Front for the Week of July 2, 2011

Listen to the entire show: Marcellus News Roundup looks at EPA's evaluation of fracturing and the latest on Morgantown W.Va's a

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The Allegheny Front: Celebrating Comings and Goings

The Allegheny Front celebrates 20 years on WYEP-FM in Pittsburgh, and thanks the station for getting its start, as it moves on this week

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