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The Seigmans' 5-acre garden in rural Gloucester is a diverse palette of plants with a seasonal and practical purpose attached to each and every one. Ferns with fronds in varying shades of green add a cooling touch on hot summer days, and evergreens...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsAlong with most Augusta residents, Lloyd Loomis keeps a close eye on the City lake that's just outside his door "It's the lowest I've seen it in years," Loomis said. A sign in his window reads "private well." It means he doesn't have to follow the...
Tags: Water Supply
The 33 NewsScoot Billups is just one of the many Coppell residents whose yard is suffering in this year's drought. "Not your typical summer around here," Billups said. "Everybody, you see, just has brown spots throughout. You're just not getting good water...
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Financial handcuffs that the Florida Legislature this year slapped on the South Florida Water Management District could actually end up costing taxpayers more money on future construction projects due to the district’s recently downgraded credit...
Last week's drought conditions seemed a distant memory Monday as Central Maryland shook off more heavy rains and braced for a fourth day of showers and storms on Tuesday. The forecast called for a 60 percent chance of rain overnight, and 40 percent on...
Tags: Disasters, Natural Disasters, Patapsco, Howard County, Traffic
KIAHDue to the persistent drought, the City of Houston is implementing mandatory water conservation measures. Residents of Houston are now required to repair all detectable leaks within 72 hours and can only water their lawns 2 days a week between the hours...
Tags: Human Interest, Texas, Houston
SUFFOLK — Fighting wildfires is dangerous — the skin-searing heat, throat-choking smoke and plenty of power tools. Oh, and don’t forget look out for the black bears. Roughly two dozen firefighters spotted a pair Monday afternoon near...
The latest Rick Scott assault on all that is good and holy is his vivisection of the state's water management districts. He slashed their taxes, whacked their budgets, lowered their credit ratings and sent their job-killing bureaucrats packing. I wish I...
email@example.comThink water restrictions are a joke? Think again. As reserves dip, many north Texas cities are regulating water usage. It's bad news for homeowners that usually brag about their home's curb appeal. Kathy Gist doesn't have to look past her front yard to...
Texas Tribune Many of the effects of the worst one-year drought in recorded Texas history are obvious: brown lawns, shriveled crops, wildfires and even cracked building foundations. Less obvious is the impact on the finances of water utilities around...
GLENDALE — Contaminant levels in the 8.4 billion gallons of water delivered to Glendale Water & Power customers last year remained relatively low, even as the utility continued to cope with ongoing chromium 6 remediation and changing reporting...
Tags: Water Supply, Metal
Texas Tribune Texas is now nine months into one of the worst droughts in recorded state history, and it shows no signs of abating. That's bad news for city dwellers who must use ever less water for their lawns, but it's worse for many wildlife and fish,...
Tags: Texas, Politics, Lifestyle and Leisure, Hunting, Elections
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