Impact, art, PSC, environment

Environmental “Impact” Exhibit on Display in the Christopher Art Gallery at PSC

Chicago Heights, IL-(ENEWSPF)- The Christopher Art Gallery at Prairie State College (PSC) presents “Impact,” an exhibition of art that addresses the issue of the environmental impact of human’s use and abuse of the earth. The exhibit will be on display in the gallery Feb. 4 through 28, 2019. An artists’[Read More…]

snow spreads Sunday

Old Man Winter to Throw Multiple Storms at Park Forest, Midwest, Northeast Into Next Week

By Alex Sosnowski, AccuWeather senior meteorologist AccuWeather-(ENEWSPF)- Soon after cold air becomes established in the Midwest and Northeast to end this week, multiple storms with some snow and ice will bring difficult travel and are likely to prompt school delays and closings in the span of a few days. The storms from later[Read More…]

Super Bowl, weather, AccuWeather

Super Bowl 53: Mild Weather to Greet Fans in Atlanta on Sunday

By Renee Duff, AccuWeather meteorologist AccuWeather-(ENEWSPF)- The Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots will meet at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta to determine who will be crowned Super Bowl 53 champions. The Patriots, appearing in their third consecutive Super Bowl, will play for their sixth Super Bowl title.  The Rams look[Read More…]

Wintry mix

Winter Cold for Park Forest, Snow Squalls to Make Comeback in Northeastern US This Week

By Kristina Pydynowski, AccuWeather senior meteorologist AccuWeather-(ENEWSPF)- Park Foresters may not see snow yet this weekend, but the winter cold will return possibly as early as Tuesday night. While chilly winds are sweeping across the northeastern United States into Monday, a more far-reaching, bitter and longer-lasting shot of cold awaits later[Read More…]

storm advances, urban flooding, slick roads, travel disruptions

Early Week Storm to Return Rain, Snow, Travel Disruptions to Midwestern, Northeastern US

By Kristina Pydynowski, AccuWeather senior meteorologist AccuWeather-(ENEWSPF)- A new storm with rain, snow and travel disruptions is taking aim at the midwestern and northeastern United States early this week with another storm on its heels. The same storm pushing snow into Oklahoma and northern Texas into Mondaywill cause snow to streak across the[Read More…]

Nor-easter, Accuweather

Nor’easter to Blast East Coast with Rain, Wind, Coastal Flooding and Mountain Snow

By Alex Sosnowski, AccuWeather senior meteorologist AccuWeather-(ENEWSPF)- A storm from the South will evolve into a potent and disruptive nor’easter with gusty coastal winds, drenching rain and high-elevation snow this weekend. “Fast forward motion of the storm may limit the worst weather conditions from Friday night to Saturday night,” according to AccuWeather Senior[Read More…]

Air pollution

Lawsuit Challenges Trump Administration for Gutting Methane Waste Rule

Twice Defeated, Zinke Makes Third Attempt to Allow More Gas Pollution, Waste SAN FRANCISCO―(ENEWSPF)—October 1, 2018 Contacts: Erik Schlenker-Goodrich, Western Environmental Law Center, Stuart Ross, Clean Air Task Force, Michael Saul, Center for Biological Diversity,  Natasha Leger, Citizens for a Healthy Community, Carol Davis, Diné Citizens Against Ruining Our Environment,[Read More…]

grizzly bear

Yellowstone Grizzlies: Court Reinstates Protections, Blocks ID, WY Trophy Hunts

Endangered Species Act safeguards restored to still-recovering bears MISSOULA, Mont. —(ENEWPSF)—September 25, 2018 Contacts: Matthew Bishop, Western Environmental Law Center and Bethany Cotton, WildEarth Guardians Yesterday, a U.S. District Court judge ruled against the Trump administration, reversing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2017 decision to strip grizzly bears in[Read More…]

methane gas

Trump Administration Guts Methane Waste Rule

Twice Defeated, Zinke Makes Third Attempt to Allow More Gas Pollution, Waste Taos, NM―(ENEWSPF)—September 18, 2018 Contacts: Erik Schlenker-Goodrich and Laura King Today the Bureau of Land Management pre-published a rule rescinding most provisions of its 2016 methane waste rule. The original rule required oil and gas companies operating on[Read More…]

Hurricane Florence

NASA-NOAA Satellite Sees Land-falling Hurricane Florence (Video)

MARYLAND—(ENEWSPF)—September 14, 2018 By: Rob Gutro, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center NASA-NOAA’s Suomi NPP satellite passed over the eye of Hurricane Florence the morning of landfall. Infrared imagery showed the power and the extent of this massive storm. The National Hurricane Center or NHC said on Sept. 14, “Life-threatening storm[Read More…]

Final 2023 Mayoral Forum with Joe Woods

Final Village Trustee Forum – March 19, 2023