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Take to task; Take to task for Dec. 15
December 15, 2014
New item-Atlanta Significant water leak plagues Capitol Ave. A resident is beseeching the city to do something about a water leak. "I ride my bike past Turner Field every weekend and there is a water meter leaking a significant amount of water at 55 Capitol Ave SE. It has been leaking at least seven weeks, probably longer. A significant amount of water is flowing out of the meter and running down the street into the storm drain," wrote Scott Bowdon. Bowdon said he called the Department of Watershed Management, but the problem still persists.

Officers in fatal shooting back on job
December 13, 2014
Both officers involved in last month's fatal shooting of an Arcanum man in the Panera Bread parking lot near Miller Lane are back at work, Butler Twp. police Chief John Cresie said Friday.

Blue Ridge Communications Inks Multi-Year Renewal for NetCracker Revenue Management Solution
December 12, 2014
NetCracker Technology reported that Blue Ridge Communications has agreed to a multi-year renewal for its licensed NetCracker Revenue Management solution. According to a release from the Company, this solution will support ordering, billing, provisioning and operations for Blue Ridge's pay-TV, on-demand, high-speed data and voice services.

NEC Display Solutions Launches MultiSync X474HB Display
December 12, 2014
NEC Display Solutions of America has launched the MultiSync X474HB, a display featuring a digital signage option for high brightness environments and sunlight-proof operation.

NetCracker Inks Multi-Year Renewal with Blue Ridge
December 12, 2014
NetCracker Technology reported that Blue Ridge Communications has agreed to a multi-year renewal for its licensed NetCracker Revenue Management solution.

KUB pipeline progressing
December 12, 2014
KUB starts work next week on the main phase of a 10-mile natural gas pipeline project in South Knoxville. Crews will start in the area of a natural gas gate station on Topside Road near Alcoa Highway and the work will move north in sections, said Julie Childers, Knoxville Utilities Board vice president of engineering. Initial work involves removing trees and vegetation.

Biometrics could hold key for secure BYOD
December 12, 2014
Security remains a concern for companies considering or implementing a BYOD program. One solution to improve the security of mobile devices is biometrics, the use of human characteristics, such as fingerprints, for identification.

SPIT-FIRED FUEL CELLS
December 01, 2014


REPROGRAMMABLE CELLS
December 01, 2014


Readers Select DDA's Best of the Best
September 29, 2014
FULL TEXT The NEWS recently re- cruited top HVAC con- tractors to sort through more than """ submis- sions to honor products as t "~° Dealer Design Awards (DDA) gold winners. We then turned the process over to you, the readers, and asked you to vote for your favorite DDA gold winner in the first-ever t "~° DDA Reader's Choice Poll. Here are the results.


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