|12/05/2013||N.Y. Train Wreck Could Be Case of Highway Hypnosis|
NEW YORK - It's sometimes called highway hypnosis or white-line fever, and it's familiar to anyone who has driven long distances along a monotonous route.
|12/05/2013||Alexandria Receives $2.3M in Support for Water Project Development|
Dec. 05--The town of Alexandria will receive $2.3 million in federal grants and loans in order to move forward with its Route 12 water project.
|12/04/2013||U.S. Court: Negligence Not Cause of Collapse of World Trade Center 7|
NEW YORK -- Negligence was not the cause of the collapse of a third World Trade Center tower several hours after the twin towers were destroyed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, a federal appeals court said Wednesday, absolving a developer and others of responsibility in the destruction of the 47-story building.
|12/05/2013||Jain Irrigation Passes on Building New Plant in Watertown Industrial Park|
Dec. 05--Jain Irrigation will not proceed with plans to construct a $10 million facility on the last empty lots in the City Center Industrial Park.
|12/05/2013||Officials Question Pinelands Pipeline|
Dec. 05--NEW LISBON -- Multiple Pinelands Commission members railed against a draft memoranda of agreement to allow a 24-mile natural gas pipeline through preserved forest, saying the proposal had the appearance of a conflict of interest.
|12/04/2013||Crucial Pinelands Pipeline Decision Today|
Dec. 04--In what is regarded to be a pivotal decision, the state Pinelands Commission's policy committee is expected to vote today on moving forward with an agreement that would allow construction of a 22-mile natural gas transmission line to serve what in a few years could be the Shore's sole major power station.
|12/04/2013||Demolition Taking Down Former AES Thames Plant|
Dec. 04--MONTVILLE -- A national environmental contractor has purchased the now-defunct coal-fired power plant on Depot Road and is moving forward with a salvage and demolition project.
|12/04/2013||East Aurora Hearing on Water Rates Prompts Praise But Some Concern|
Dec. 04--A public hearing on an East Aurora proposal that would shift water bill calculations and lower costs for most residents drew praise -- and some concerned comments from those who would pay more.
|12/02/2013||NTSB: Train Going Too Fast at Curve Before Wreck in NYC|
YONKERS, N.Y. - The National Transportation Safety Board says a train that derailed in New York City was traveling 82 mph as it approached 30 mph zone.
|12/03/2013||Financial Deadlines Near for Proposed College Building in Millville|
Dec. 03--MILLVILLE -- Cumberland County College's downtown Arts and Business Innovation Center could open in 2015, but only if the city and county meet some fast-approaching financial deadlines.
|12/03/2013||Potsdam Hopes for West Dam Plant to Start Up by Year's End|
Dec. 03--POTSDAM -- The turbines have begun to spin at the village's West Dam Hydro Plant.
|12/01/2013||NYC Metro North Train Derailment Kills Four, Hurts More Than 60|
NEW YORK - A New York City commuter train rounding a riverside curve derailed Sunday, killing four people, injuring more than 60 and sending a chain of toppled cars trailing off the track just inches from the water, authorities said.
|11/29/2013||Pinelands Pipeline Deal to Net $8M|
Nov. 29--South Jersey Gas would pay $8 million to a Pinelands land-conservation and education fund as part of a deal to allow a 22-mile natural gas pipeline to be built through a forest area, to renovate and power the BL England generating station site in Cape May County, under a proposed agreement revealed this week by the state Pinelands Commission staff.
|12/02/2013||New Haven Alders to Take Up Magnet School, Coliseum Plans|
Dec. 02--NEW HAVEN -- Two projects, together with more than a decade of planning and discussion behind them, head to the Board of Alders tonight for the final approvals needed to get underway in 2014.
|12/01/2013||Sharing of Rail Tunnel Design Work to Aid Transition From ARC to Gateway Project|
Dec. 01--NJ Transit is finally sharing millions of dollars worth of taxpayer-funded designs, engineering and studies for the canceled second Hudson River tunnel with Amtrak for its proposed Gateway tunnel, which will save taxpayer money and possibly time.
|12/02/2013||N.J. Housing Starts Hit 6-Year High|
Builders are on track to start the largest number of New Jersey homes this year since 2007, signaling the revival of a market that was severely constricted after the recession and the 2008 financial crisis.
|11/26/2013||GE Reaches $700M Deal to Provide Equipment, Maintenance for Saudi Power Plant Projects|
Nov. 26--SCHENECTADY -- General Electric Co. confirmed late Monday it has reached contracts worth nearly $700 million with Saudi Electricity Co. to provide equipment and maintenance for Saudi power plant projects.
|11/26/2013||Montante's Gates Redevelopment Plan Found Ideal by Kaleida|
Nov. 26--Related ArticlesKaleida Health's top executive said TM Montante Development was selected because it could close the deal within 30 days and had a partner in Canterbury Woods, with a successful business model, willing to invest $28 million to make the project work.
|11/26/2013||Authority Reveals Plan for Smaller Albany Convention Center|
Nov. 26--ALBANY -- The Albany Convention Center Authority unveiled plans on Monday for construction of a scaled-down $66.5 million facility.
|11/26/2013||Casino Site No Longer a Safe Bet in Saratoga Springs|
Nov. 26--RENSSELAER -- On Nov. 5, Election Day, Rensselaer County Executive Kathy Jimino was operating on the same assumption as just about everyone else in the Capital Region.
|11/26/2013||Protesters Scale Crane at Stamford Construction Site|
Nov. 26--STAMFORD -- Activists protesting mountain top removal strip mining in Appalachia were charged Monday after hanging a protest banner from a construction crane and after chaining themslves inside the UBS headquarters at 677 Washington Blvd.
|11/26/2013||Construction Under Way for Retail Plaza in LeRay|
Nov. 26--Construction has started on a 10,500-square-foot retail plaza owned by Watertown businessman Robert D. Ferris on Route 11 in the town of LeRay, which will include a Big Apple Music store.
|11/23/2013||N.Y. Makes $225M Bet on Green Energy|
Nov. 23--New York State is betting $225 million on a pair of Silicon Valley startup companies from the highly competitive solar and LED lighting industries.
|11/14/2013||Panel Moves New Haven Coliseum Plans to Aldermen|
NEW HAVEN >> Residents, business owners, city employees and a local developer all applauded the proposed design for the former Veterans Memorial Coliseum site, and the development firm behind it.
|11/15/2013||Farm River Bridge Plan Creates Anxiety in North Branford|
NORTH BRANFORD >> It's not a big bridge or very noticeable even.