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Revel Owner to Be Fined for Code Infraction After Power Cut

By Wayne Parry ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The new owner of Atlantic City’s former Revel casino got hit with two blows Thursday as a power plant cut off service to the building and the city said it would fine him for every day that fire suppression systems are without power.   Chris Filiciello, chief [...]

For Bridge Workers, the Office is 230 Feet in the Air

By Charlie White   LOUSIVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Drivers who’ve crossed the Kennedy Memorial Bridge in recent months likely have noted the progress of the growing towers for the cable-stayed bridge just east of it, but the unique workspace — 230 feet in the air — has been somewhat of a mystery.   The first [...]

High-Tech Hopes: Can Bloomington’s Tech Park Succeed?

By Lauren Slavin BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Google probably won’t open its next satellite campus in Bloomington. But city officials say the idea of a tech giant moving into town isn’t as outlandish as it might seem.   Santa Clara County, California, home to tech capital Silicon Valley, holds the No. 1 spot on Milken [...]

High-Efficiency Wood Heating Systems Winning Converts

By Mary Esch ATHENS, N.Y. (AP) — With the touch of a finger on an iPod-style screen, Eric Besenfelder can monitor and troubleshoot the shiny, wood-pellet furnace that heats Athens Elementary School in the Hudson Valley.   Like the smoky, outdoor wood boilers that have proliferated in rural areas over the past 20 years, the [...]

Wrigley Field Renovation a Step Into the Future and the Past

By Don Babwin CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs, who have had their share of rebuilding years, open the season with the kind of project that hasn’t been seen around Wrigley Field in nearly 80 years.   When fans arrive for the season opener Sunday — nationally televised and against the archrival St. Louis Cardinals [...]