The Allegheny Front for the week of

August 27, 2011

The Organic Gardeners: Battling Stink Bugs

Stink bugs have invaded the garden, eating tomatoes, peppers and just about anything else they land on.

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A Fracking Quake Connection?

Drilling for natural gas in Arkansas may have been associated with a series of small tremors there last year. Some have wondered, did hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus shale have anything to do with this week's quake?

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NRC Studies Quake Data And Finds Risks For Some Nuclear Plants

This week's unusual eastern tremor has raised questions about how safe nuclear reactors are when the earth shakes.

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Invasive Plants Hitch Ride With Road Crews

Invasive plants can crowd out and disrupt native plant and animal life.

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The Allegheny Front for the Week of August 27, 2011

Listen to the entire show: After an earthquake had some in our region a little shook up, we looked into the safety of nuclear plants in a

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The Allegheny Front Rewind: Riding the GAP

The Great Allegheny Passage has made a grand transition from a freight and passenger railway to a path for cyclists and other outdoor-lov

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Spinning Gas into Marble: Company Cashing in on Gas Rush

You've probably heard about job loss and budget cuts.

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