-the deceased lawyer, his brother, and father were involved with a “charitable organization”, so here is a link to an article about that…
He was involved with other things, but this one related to the fracking industry seems more likely to be more probable, to me.
SUNBURY — Valley residents were in shock and saddened to learn that city attorney Michael Apfelbaum, his wife and father-in-law were killed Monday when the single-engine airplane Apfelbaum was piloting crashed about six miles from an airport in Greensboro, N.C.
Lewisburg residents Michael and Christy Apfelbaum, and Christy’s father, Clarence “Mike” Imgrund, were returning to Pennsylvania after a trip to Sarasota, Fla., and were scheduled to make a stop at Piedmont Triad International Airport, in Greensboro, N.C., when the accident occurred. Continue reading “Region mourns loss of ‘a friend’”
US space tourism firm Space Adventures is offering a spaceflight around the moon to private tourists on “proven” Russian Soyuz spacecraft – saying that the sponsors will not have to wait for long for their trip.
A 51-year-old Camp Hill man, described as a summer resident of the upstate island region of New York, has been identified as the victim of a weekend DUI accident that took his life, according to New York media reports.
U.S. politicians and political commentators were reeling Wednesday after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, the most senior Jewish official in government, stunned observers by losing his seat to Tea Party challenger Dave Brat, an economics professor at a military academy, in Tuesday’s Republican primary to represent Virginia’s 7th Congressional District.
Researcher David Redish at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis set up a “restaurant row” for his lab rats. The “restaurants” consisted of four stops where the rat could receive one option of his favorite flavor foods — banana, cherry, chocolate and a fourth unflavored food. The rat stops at the entrance and presses a button, which made a sound. The pitch indicated how long the rat needed to wait for food, anywhere from one to 45 seconds. If the rat was impatient, it could walk to the next stop and try again. However, each rat had an hour to get through the course, so it needed to be efficient. Continue reading “Rats regret their decisions, study finds”
US President Barack Obama launched a heart-felt lament that gun attacks were “becoming the norm” after a gunman shot and killed a student at an Oregon high school on Tuesday, the latest in a spate of US shootings.