The Allegheny Front for the week of

January 19, 2011

Delaware Watershed Gets Set for Drilling, Supporters Say It'll Preserve Land, Rural Life

The natural gas-rich Marcellus Shale underlies about two-thirds of Pennsylvania, and drilling has pretty much taken off across the state.

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Research Focuses on Trans Technologies in Morgantown

A research team is looking at technologies to help reduce CO2 emissions and protect the environment.

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Former President Talks about Preserving Arctic Refuge

Former President Jimmy Carter visited the U.S.

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News Analysis: EPA Halts Proposed Mountaintop Mine

After 12 years of wrangling over a water permit needed to operate one of the largest mountaintop mines in Appalachia, the US EPA has veto

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Big Bucks Back Natural Gas Caucus

A report published last week shows the disparity between oil and gas lobby support for the representatives serving on the Natural Gas Cau

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PA Gov Corbett Sworn In, Former DEP Chief Gives Parting Advice

As Pennsylvania's former Attorney General, Tom Corbett, stepped in to a new office as governor, agency heads like John Hanger moved

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The Allegheny Front For The Week of January 19, 2011

This week on The Allegheny Front: Delaware Watershed Regulator to Allow Drilling As Debate Continues; A Community Sues Over Marcellus Sha

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