Also, tomorrow morning, March 2, Patience and I will be on WEPM radio at 9:30 a.m. You can listen live here.
The Journal (long version of AP story) Look for more in the Journal tomorrow -- our regular reporter wasn't working yesterday.
The Hur Herald - once again, this independent, online news source comes out with the best coverage.
WV Metro News - again, not quite accurate (how do they DO this when they have a recording of what I said?) Lest any middle-aged, nerdy-looking, white guys get a false sense of security after reading that last sentence... I'm not waiting for you to attempt a comeback. Game. On. Now.
Second Journal article - Don't even get me started on some of these politicians! We all know which ones were our allies during the war.
Pittsburgh Business Times - this blog is pretty funny! Be sure to click through on the link to last year's post. Shareholders were expecting a 50-cent-per-share price bump associated with the project. Greed, not need.
Clarke Daily News - It's a very good day!
Business Week - Short AP version
WAMU/NPR Radio - This story is an absolute mess. How the reporter managed to get this screwed up in a brief, 5 minute interview I'll never know.... but he seemed to pick the right sound bite :-) However... all this wasted money was recovered from ratepayers to finance the project, money out of the pockets of landowners defending themselves, and money out of the pockets of taxpayers while the three state commissions were forced to pour more time & money down the PATH rathole for nearly 2 years while these cases dragged on.
NBC25 - CAKES uncorks the champagne!
TV3Winchester - "Worth the effort"
NJ Spotlight - Susquehanna-Roseland victims take heart because of our victory.
Loudoun Times Mirror - the last sentence is a scream!
Leesburg Today - Virginia opponents ecstatic!
Renew Grid - Someone just sent me this one with the note "This is an interesting take on it." I'd give you credit... but the only ID it gave me was your IP number.
The Weston Democrat - Good article, but the last part claims that ratepayers "would have been assessed..." We're already paying for it and will continue to do so indefinitely under PATH's "suspension" scheme! If we let them.