As of October 7, Athens reports its record stood at 1,112 days and counting, which is more than three years.
Maine is moving forward with a bill requiring manufacturers to disclose PFAS chemicals, while New Jersey is looking to adopt stricter drinking water standards.
The legislation aims to reduce roadside deaths and establish a public safety program to raise awareness of “Move Over” laws.
The Seattle Times reports the fine is the result from an investigation into a July 2018 fire ignited by a chemical used to inflate vehicle airbags.
Several California jurisdictions are taking early strides to try and address the problems with accumulating wasted marine flares.
Drowsy driving, collisions and near collisions are among the most improved behaviors, according to the report.
The judge ruled that the landfill represents a “clear and immediate danger” to residents nearby.
Three Chamber of Commerce presidents suggest using the city’s five boroughs as the basis for reorganization rather than splitting the city into 20 zones.
Sanitation workers on strike at Republic Services in Massachusetts have extended their picket lines to Seattle.
With all the focus the industry has put into fire prevention efforts, why are fire incidents still increasing?