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Two giant steam generators on their way to the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant have crossed from Maryland into Pennsylvania. The 74-foot-long, 510-ton generators and their 26-axle, 315-ton transports were delivered to Port Deposit, Md., by barge...
Tags: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Nuclear Power
PORT DEPOSIT, Md. (AP) - The company guiding the transport of two 500-ton steam generators from Port Deposit, Md., to Three Mile Island says the generators will arrive by barge in Port Deposit on Tuesday. Areva spokeswoman Denise Woernle says the...
Tags: Dauphin County, Nuclear Power
Maryland Weather'Meteorite Man' Steve Arnold is still looking for those key eyewitness reports that could point him toward any remnants of the July 6 Mason-Dixon Meteor that may have survived the fall to Earth.Arnold has read through more than 100 comments......
Maryland WeatherCold? This isn't cold. Here are some snippets from the Baltimore Sun printed during this week in 1912, a week that saw temperatures drop to minus-40 degrees in Oakland, Md., the lowest ever recorded in the state. "Hagerstown, Md. Jan.......
Staff reporterIt's destination day for the two massive steam generators traveling through Lancaster County, heading to Three Mile Island. The journey has taken three weeks and is expected to be complete this afternoon. Crews are gathering right now and they plan on...
Multi-Media JournalistThe massive steam generators that have been creeping toward Three Mile Island for the past three weeks finally made their arrival Wednesday. "There's a lot that had to go into this," Richard Hastey said as he watched more than 800 tons of generator and...
Multi-Media JournalistSo far, the sloth-like trek of the new steam generators bound for TMI has been through the scenic rural byways of southern Lancaster County. On Friday, things got a little trickier. The crews and transports toting the 24-foot-high, 73-foot-long, 825-ton...
Maryland WeatherThere was more rain on our parade this morning as the departing huge weekend storm continued to spin off Delmarva and throw its weight around. But the slow-moving system is on its way out, and there is some real springtime......
Sun reporterIn the early years of the last century, Ocean City's commercial fishermen had to launch their boats through the surf and drag them and their catch back onto the beach with horses, ropes and pulleys. It was colorful, but inefficient. If only the...
Tags: Disasters, John Elliott, Death, Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure
As Maryland's slots selection commission takes shape, one newly appointed member wants the panel to go beyond awarding potentially lucrative gambling licenses to consider advising the legislature on adjustments for the just-approved gambling plan. "I...
Sun reporterWashington // Taken together, the stories of the 2,000 American soldiers who have died in Iraq in the past two years tell a poignant tale about who is bearing the largest burden. The victims are disproportionately working-class young men, most in their...
Sun StaffBeneath deceptively clear, blue skies, Marylanders pushed their preparations for Hurricane Isabel yesterday, securing homes, businesses and boats, and rushing their harvests to beat the heavy rains and gales expected tomorrow. Isabel, which had packed...
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