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Cabot Warming Hearts at Coldest Time of Year

The following is a guest post by Rick Hiduk. It has been a particularly cold couple of months, and those most affected by winter’s bite tend to be the less fortunate families in our region and their children. Since Thanksgiving, Cabot Oil & Gas has been reaching out to the community in a variety of ways and brightening the lives of hundreds of area residents. While Cabot has become known for its ongoing philanthropy, the initiatives covering the holiday season were especially well received. In November, Cabot associates started gathering turkeys and all the trimmings for a Thanksgiving Dinner Drive…

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Lack of pipelines means New England residents are paying more

It matters where our energy comes from Most Americans never think about the infrastructure systems around them. How often do you flip a light on in your home and think "Wow, I'm glad the grid is working properly today" or drive on a road and think "it really is wonderful that this road exists so I can drive to my doctor appointment"? I'd put my money on "almost never." Perhaps it's because we are so busy in our daily lives, we just expect things to work as expected and therefore pay them no notice unless they suddenly don't. My oven works…

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Dennis Farm Holds 5th Annual Symposium

Dennis Farm holds 5th Annual Symposium

On Thursday, October 5th the Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust held its 5th Annual Symposium at Keystone College where Denise Dennis, the President and CEO and the the seventh generation of the family, told the amazing story of her family. The farm was originally settled in Susquehanna County by the family of Prince Perkins who were free African Americans moving west from Connecticut to the region. WNEP was on hand to capture the event as well as to shed light on a new project for the Dennis Farm: a documentary film to really tell the family's story and history in Susquehanna…

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