The Allegheny Front for the week of

January 26, 2011

News Analysis: Allegheny County Health Department Slow To Adopt Air Quality Task Force Recommendations

Investigative reports recently drew attention to regional deaths from illnesses frequently caused by poor air quality.

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The Allegheny Front for the Week of January 26, 2011

This week on The Allegheny Front: New Technologies Aim to Cut Traffic Congestion; Several of PA's Environmental Regulators Go to Gas

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Interview: Appalachian Trail Conservancy Leader Set to Retire

For 25 years now, David Startzell has led the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the volunteer organization that helps manage the 2,200-mile

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A Community Sues Over Marcellus Shale Drilling

The two sides in a legal battle over Marcellus Shale drilling have come to a settlement.

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President Promotes Clean Energy and New Technology in State of the Union

President Obama dedicated four minutes of the hour-long State of the Union address to energy and the environment.

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Several of PA's Environmental Regulators Go to Gas Industry

Several high-level and longtime employees of Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection have gone to work for the gas ind

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New Technologies Aim to Cut Traffic Congestion

Mary Poppins has been the big show in Pittsburgh's Cultural District this month.

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