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MidAtlantic Top News

Canal Lockmaster's House To Be Restored on National Mall

A project to rescue a dilapidated, 178-year-old house in Washington, D.C., won a $1-million grant on Dec. 9 from American Express.

Maryland Asks High Court To Overturn Ruling It Says Impedes Its Power-Supply Management

State asks the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a federal appeals court decision last June that labeled as unconstitutional a state order requiring utilities to support construction of a 725-MW power plant in Waldorf.

Constitution Gas Pipeline Gets Federal OK to Connect Marcellus Wells to NY

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave its OK to the Constitution project, a 30-inch pipe that will deliver gas from Susquehanna County to an existing line serving New York and New England

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