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In the wake of a proposed $650,000 federal budget cut that threatened to close the tower at Boca Raton Airport, a battle has erupted around the salary of the airport's manager. In one corner is former City Council member David Freudenberg, who says he...
Tags: Air Transportation Industry, Boca Raton, Laws, Politics, Trials
Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro, Ky.Residents of the greater Owensboro region already have felt some pain from automatic, across-the-board federal budget cuts called sequestration, and more cuts will come in the next fiscal year without congressional action to stop them. Some argue the...
The Daily Star, Oneonta, N.Y.The Oneonta Common Council will consider the future of the Huntington Memorial Library and of the municipal airport, among other business, during a meeting Tuesday night. The 7 p.m. meeting will be in council chambers at City Hall at 258 Main St....
The first Boeing Co. 787 Dreamliner to fly under the United Airlines name since a mass grounding ordered by the government earlier this year has landed at Chicago. On board the high-tech jet, which departed from Houston at 11 a.m. local time on Monday:...
Tracy Balazs, the president and CEO of an Annapolis-based staffing firm, was named Entrepreneurial Success of the Year last month by the Baltimore district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration. She founded the company, Federal Staffing...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsIt's on path to become a multi-billion dollar business and Kansas could be at the center of it all. You probably know them as drones and think of military and police use. FactFinder 12 learned there’s a whole other side to unmanned aircraft...
Tags: Military Equipment
Reuters(Repeats Sunday item to additional subscribers) * EU emissions trading provoked ire from U.S., China, others * European officials gave UN agency fall deadline to show progress * Little decided so far, resolution may not be ready in time By Allison...
Reuters(Reuters) - Hope is fading for a global deal to regulate the airline industry's greenhouse gas emissions ahead of a fall deadline, even though failure could push the industry back to the brink of a trade war over the European Union's emissions trading...
Beaver County Times, Pa.As an Immervin sales representative, Mike Walton wasn't content knocking on a few doors. He wanted to burst through them -- especially those associated with the Marcellus shale natural gas boom. Immervin, a 6-month-old Bridgeville industrial...
The Hartford CourantA small plane crashed into heavy brush about 1,500 feet from a Waterbury Airport runway Saturday afternoon. No one was injured. The pilot, who was the only one in the plane, was extracted by firefighters and evaluated by the town's volunteer ambulance...
Elwood F. Garlitz, 84, Berlin, died May 17, 2013, at Meadow View Nursing Center. Born Sept. 30, 1928, in Greenville Township, son of Simon and Lydia (Yutzy) Garlitz. Preceded in death by parents and step-father Herbert Fidler. Survived by his wife of 61...
After two incidents in which engines shut down in mid-flight, Boeing Co. and General Electric Co. have warned 10 airlines of a possible mechanical problem with 777 passenger jets. The companies have traced the problem to a faulty part in the transfer...
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