The Allegheny Front for the week of

January 28, 2012

Local Photographer Zooms In On Small Neighbors

Artistsí works are often inspired by parts of the natural world that are readily seen or felt.

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Where Did All that Shale Gas Go? Feds Downgrade Marcellus Reserves

The Department of Energy dramatically downgraded its estimate of technically recoverable natural gas in the Marcellus shale formation. Where did all the gas go?

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The Organic Gardeners: How Lack Of Snow Affects The Garden

So far, this winter has been lacking snow. How does that affect our gardens, and what can we do about it?

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White-nose Syndrome Takes Toll on PA Bat Population

The little brown bat could be wiped out in the northeastern United States within the next decade by white-nose syndrome according to new

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News Analysis: Obama Pushes Many Energy Sources In State of the Union Address

Donít put all your eggs in one basket. That may have been the central energy theme of President Obamaís State of the Union address.

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Give a Little, Take a Little: The Pennsylvania Pollution Exchange

Water treatment plants in the Chesapeake Bay can trade so-called nutrient pollution credits with farmers to keep nitrogen and phosphorous

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