|05/23/2013||Companies Agree to Fund Meadowlands Cleanup Study|
Companies responsible for cleaning up one of the most contaminated sites in the Meadowlands will pay for a $750,000 study to determine the extent of the pollution and how best to remove it.
|05/23/2013||Developer Demanding Deeds to Two Fort Trumbull Parcels|
May 23--NEW LONDON -- The proposed developer of the first new construction in Fort Trumbull in more than a decade is demanding the Renaissance City Development Association turn over the deeds to two waterfront parcels that were designated for rental housing.
|05/23/2013||Oneonta Common Council to Consider Project on Spruce Street|
May 23--A $1.7 million construction project along Spruce Street will be the topic of a public information meeting in Common Council Chambers at 6 tonight.
|05/23/2013||Potsdam Water Line Extension Would Cost $7M|
May 23--POTSDAM -- The town has received a study detailing how to expand water and sewer coverage up Route 56, but a high price tag means the project is still a long way out, if it happens at all.
|05/22/2013||Conn. Rail Service Returns to Normal|
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Regular train service returned to Connecticut on Wednesday, five days after a derailment injured scores of commuters and damaged tracks.
|05/22/2013||Officials Discuss Plans for Wildwood Crest Library Update|
May 22--Project plans for the county's new Wildwood Crest Library Branch were discussed at a public meeting May 16, which included an overview of the new library's floor plan, potential parking options and an approximate project timeline.
|05/22/2013||Madison Barracks Apartments to Open When National Grid Finishes Work|
May 22--SACKETS HARBOR -- Construction of two apartment buildings that are part of a 90-unit complex planned at Madison Barracks is nearly done, but the developer is waiting for National Grid to install electric and gas lines before tenants can move in.
|05/20/2013||Tilton Road Still Months Away From Being Repaved|
The long-awaited paving work on Tilton Road in Northfield will start later than expected, Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson said Monday -- though he did give a completion date of within three months.
|05/21/2013||Limited, Slower Conn. Rail Service Starts Today|
HARTFORD, Conn. - Commuters facing long delays after a train collision and derailment disrupted their route along Connecticut's shoreline can look forward to easier traveling beginning Tuesday afternoon.
|05/21/2013||Atlantic City's Steel Pier to Add 200-Foot-Tall Spinning Observation Tower|
May 21--The Steel Pier's owners have plans to construct a 200-foot-tall observation wheel, building the new ride on on a newly constructed deck to be added onto the beach south of the existing pier.
|05/21/2013||Norwalk Harbor Power Plant Shutting Down|
May 21--The owner of the oil power plant at Norwalk Harbor said Tuesday that it will be closing the facility June 1 since prices in the region's energy market have been too low to justify keeping it open.
|05/21/2013||N.Y. Building Owners Fear Loss of TRIA|
New York's commercial real estate market is facing a threat that could rock its foundations: the loss of federal "terrorism insurance."
|05/21/2013||Demolition of NYS Zoo Aviary Set to Begin|
May 21--You can soon say goodbye to the old aviary at the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park.
|05/20/2013||Tonawanda Approves $2.8M for New Business Park|
May 20--TOWN OF TONAWANDA -- The board approved a $2.8 million bond Monday night for infrastructure improvements to the town's future business park, the North Youngmann Commerce Center.
|05/21/2013||Save the River: More Than 600 Pro-Bv7 Telegrams Headed to Gov. Cuomo's Office|
May 21--CLAYTON -- Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo may be in for a surprise as nearly 700 old-fashioned telegrams from environmental advocates, business owners and concerned citizens are headed his way.
|05/21/2013||N.J. Worker Survives Floor Collapse|
EAST RUTHERFORD -- A forklift operator narrowly escaped tragedy Monday afternoon as the concrete floor of a warehouse collapsed, swallowing him and his vehicle in a gooey pool of spilled cooking oil and soy sauce, authorities and witnesses said.
|05/21/2013||NCDC to Ask For New Proposals After Reid & Hughes Building Plan Rejected|
May 21--NORWICH -- The Norwich Community Development Corp. will be asked to write the a new request for proposals for the Reid & Hughes building, now that the city has rejected the lone plan received to renovate the long vacant historic Main Street building.
|05/18/2013||Official: Broken Rail Eyed in Conn. Train Crash|
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - The commuter train derailment and collision that left dozens injured outside New York City was not the result of foul play, officials said Saturday, but a fractured section of rail is being studied to determine if it is connected to the accident.
|05/20/2013||Architect is Set to Buy, Restore 1845 Building in Buffalo|
May 20--The lead partner of architectural and design firm Carmina Wood Morris is putting his money -- and home -- where his heart is, moving from his home in Lancaster to a 160-year-old three-story building on the eastern edge of downtown Buffalo, a block from his firm's headquarters.
|05/20/2013||Lower Township Allotted More Water to Serve New Areas|
May 20--LOWER TOWNSHIP -- New Jersey has agreed to increase the township's water allocation, allowing thousands of homes tapping polluted groundwater or threatened by saltwater intrusion from the Delaware Bay to hook up to public lines.
|05/17/2013||City Says Fort Trumbull Development Delayed|
May 17--NEW LONDON -- The first new construction in Fort Trumbull since the area became the focus of a national fight over eminent domain was delayed Thursday after developers apparently were unable to demonstrate how they were going to finance the $24 million Village on Thames project.
|05/17/2013||Waterfront Developer Seeks to Enhance the Asbury Beach Experience|
May 17--ASBURY PARK -- Facilities with private showers and air-conditioned bathrooms, storage areas for beachgoers and a hammock garden with landscaping are among the beachfront amenities the city's waterfront developer is proposing to lure and keep visitors at the beach.
|05/17/2013||Fence around Tweed New Haven Regional Airport Subject to Delays|
May 17--NEW HAVEN -- A $1.89 million federal grant application is in the works to build a wildlife fence around Tweed New Haven Regional Airport in the wake of a collision between a deer and a private jet last September.
|05/16/2013||Madison Approves $2M Town Center Project|
May 16--MADISON -- Planning and Zoning Commission members voted unanimously Thursday night in favor of the $2 million town center project.
|05/16/2013||Plans Languish for Overhaul of NYC's Penn Station|
NEW YORK - The busiest passenger train station in the United States is a 1960s-era, utilitarian labyrinth in the basement of a basketball arena.