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  • This Week's Most-Read Stories

     
    Diesel-powered vehicles are becoming more popular in the U.S., with sales up 35% so far this year ??? a 27% increase from 2011. As more mainstream models get diesel engines, such as the Chevy Cruze, experts believe that even more......
  • 84 mpg?! Couple Break Mileage Record With Passat TDI

     
    John and Helen Taylor really know how to stretch a tank of gas. The couple squeezed 1,626 miles out of one tank of diesel fuel in a Volkswagen Passat TDI, breaking previous records. During a three-day trip, the couple set......
  • Daily News Briefs: June 13, 2012

     
    Bankrupt Swedish automaker Saab has found a new suitor; a Chinese-Japanese investment group wants to buy the brand and turn it into a builder of electric vehicles, according to sources who spoke with Reuters and Bloomberg News. The group formed......
  • Eastbound 10 Freeway in Baldwin Park reopens after fuel spill

     
    Eastbound lanes of 10 Freeway reopened...
  • Seminole eyes cheaper bus fuel options

     
    Seminole school district officials are eying compressed natural gas as cheaper fuel source for their fleet of buses. Right now the district is spending about $7,773 a year on diesel fuel for each of its buses. But Leon County (Tallahassee) has switched to...
  • Standard Oil Of Bridgeport Dropping Fuel Oil Price For Lock-Ins

    About 8,000 fuel oil customers who locked into contracts at record-high heating oil prices last summer are in for a nice surprise — that is, if they're still looking to buy oil. Standard Oil of Connecticut, a Bridgeport company that sells heating...
  • Cold Winter Forcing Heating Oil Prices To Rise

    Cold Winter Forcing Heating Oil Prices To Rise
    There is cold news and bad news for Long Islanders. The cold news is weather experts say there is more frigid weather headed our way. The bad news is that experts say as the mercury drops the cost of heating a home or office will continue to increase....
  • Chicago is the only U.S. metro area that would fail proposed nitrogen oxides limits

    Chicago is the only U.S. metro area that would fail proposed nitrogen oxides limits
    Chicago is the only U.S. metro area that would fail to meet a tougher standard for smog-forming nitrogen oxides proposed Monday by the Obama administration. The more stringent limit is intended to help protect people who suffer from asthma and other...
  • As Foreclosures Grow, Cities, Eastern Towns Hardest Hit

    Shirley Reimann powers up her computer most mornings at the social services agency she supervises in Killingly and immediately runs a Google search: Windham County foreclosures. What she sees has her worried. The number of houses and condominiums for...
  • Catalina Flyer looking for substitute

    Catalina Flyer looking for substitute
    NEWPORT BEACH — The Catalina Flyer, a popular 500-passenger catamaran that makes daily trips to Santa Catalina Island from the Balboa Pavilion, may halt operations for a few months to buy and install a new engine that complies with a state...
  • LANTA hybrid buses hit the road in the Lehigh Valley

    LANTA hybrid buses hit the road in the Lehigh Valley
    Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority officials considered acquiring diesel-electric hybrid buses in earnest in 2007 and 2008, when crude-oil prices topped $100 per barrel, pushing the cost of diesel fuel for the agency's buses from $2.15 to $3....