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Are you ready for the end of inefficient lighting?

CHICAGO — The legislation requires all impacted lighting to use energy more efficiently, effectively banning the sale of new incandescent and halogen bulbs in preference of compact fluorescent light (CFL) and light-emitting diode (LED) varieties.
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MRSA more prevalent than HIV and flu combined

WASHINGTON — Although not all show immediate symptoms, roughly one in every 20 healthcare patients is now battling what has been called "the bacteria of the decade."
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Train cleaner becomes Olympic hero

LONDON — A mother and son are thankful for the diligence and dedication of a train cleaner in helping them find their lost 2012 Olympic Games tickets.
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Custodian builds new sign for school in personal time

NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH — A newly erected sign will soon adorn the front of Welty Middle School thanks to the unselfish efforts of a longtime custodian and several local businesses.
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Court fires back and sends arsonist maintenance man to prison

PEORIA, IL — An apartment maintenance man was sentenced to 27 years in prison for aggravated arson related to fires he started back on April 18.
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The Big Island offers free energy efficiency reviews

HILO, HI — Following the free efficiency review, participants will receive a scorecard indicating their potential to achieve credits toward LEED certification.
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Two service providers combine with acquisition

ST. LOUIS — Steve Hawkins, owner of Hawkins Building Services, will become the sales manager at Hercules Window Cleaning, which is led by President Andy Spann.
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Capitol dome gets $1 million spa treatment

OLYMPIA, WA — The cleaning project is estimated to cost just over $1 million and will be completed before winter hits.
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Custodian resigns after allegedly assaulting teacher

DARIEN, CT — Robert Munro was arrested and faces two misdemeanor charges of breach of peace and lying to police for his supposed role in grabbing the wrist of a teacher and causing a hairline fracture.
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Custodian a Disneyland fixture

ANAHEIM, CA — Forty-eight years ago, Mike Larson''s first job consisted of pushing a "honey bucket" to clean up the messes Disneyland''s carriage horses left behind.
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