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Clean Air Settlement with R.I. Chemical Manufacturer will Minimize Emissions

BOSTON – An EPA settlement will require that a Rhode Island chemical manufacturing company take multiple actions designed to minimize air emissions and protect air quality near the facility and in the surrounding community. The company, Mereco Technologies Group, Inc., has agreed to settle EPA claims that the company neither complied with the National Emission […]Load more...

US Noticias

Cristobal gains strength as it heads toward Bermuda

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico –  Hurricane Cristobal moved slowly toward Bermuda after drenching Atlantic and Caribbean islands with heavy rains, causing flooding that officials blamed for at least five deaths. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said the hurricane would likely avoid a collision with the U.S. Eastern Seaboard, but it was generating life-threatening […]Load more...

Política

The Two Democratic Providence Mayor Candidates Participate in Debate before

Providence, Rhode Island– Latino Public Radio (WRNI 1290AM, www.lprri.org), will have the two Democratic candidates left in the race for Providence Mayor square off in a live debate, Wednesday, August 27, 2014 – just two weeks before the primary election. LPR’s moderator, Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, MD will be joined by Wendy Schiller, professor of Political […]Load more...

Noticias del mundo

Afghan Presidential Rivals Sign Unity Deal

ISLAMABAD— Rival Afghan presidential candidates have pledged to resolve their election dispute and form a “national unity government” before NATO leaders gather in Britain early next month to discuss Afghanistan’s future. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and United Nations officials in Kabul helped brokered the deal after extensive negotiations with presidential hopefuls, Ashraf Ghani […]Load more...

US Noticias

Tropical Storm Iselle Batters Hawaii

Tropical Storm Iselle battered Hawaii with driving winds and rising surf on Friday, knocking down trees and causing power outages, the first of two major storms due to hit the archipelago as the more powerful Hurricane Julio gathered steam behind it. More than 1,200 people flocked to evacuation shelters across the Big Island, according to […]Load more...