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  • PA-NY-NJ picking up after Hurricane Sandy's epic devastation

    PA-NY-NJ picking up after Hurricane Sandy's epic devastation
    The sodden, wind-blown tri-state region of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania began an arduous journey back to normal on Wednesday after mammoth storm Sandy killed at least 82 people in a rampage that swamped coastal cities and cut power to millions...
  • Deputies: Fired worker swiped boss' $40,000 truck

    Deputies: Fired worker swiped boss' $40,000 truck
    This dude got fired, got even and then got some jail time. Deputies got a call from the owner of U.S. Express, Inc., in Port Charlotte, who told them that he had just fired William Reed Arthur that morning and suspected the ex-employee then stole his red...
  • Post-Hurricane Sandy gas lines reminiscent of 1970s

    Post-Hurricane Sandy gas lines reminiscent of 1970s
    Already, videos are starting to pop up on Youtube depicting heavy lines of cars in New Jersey townships awaiting a fuel up at area gas stations in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. For those old enough to remember, the images of cars and trucks lined up...
  • Man pulls gun in gas line, state troopers deployed at stations as tensions boil in Sandy's wake

    Man pulls gun in gas line, state troopers deployed at stations as tensions boil in Sandy's wake
    A New York man was arrested after pulling a gun on another driver as they waited in line for gas, one of several examples of frayed nerves caused by a gas shortage in the wake of superstorm Sandy. In New Jersey, where lines at the few stations that...
  • Voters run into long lines at polling stations as tri-state area, still reeling from Sandy, braces for hit from nor'easter

    Voters run into long lines at polling stations as tri-state area, still reeling from Sandy, braces for hit from nor'easter
    The city will go under a high-wind watch on Wednesday, with city parks, beaches and playgrounds set to be closed for a day starting at noon as a nor'easter approached the region hard hit by Superstorm Sandy. The city will try to get people to leave...
  • Manheim Borough Police Arrest Suspect in Attempted Gas Station Robbery

    Manheim Borough Police Arrest Suspect in Attempted Gas Station Robbery
    A Lancaster County man attempted to rob a Citgo gas station at knifepoint on Sunday night, but was chased off by a store clerk who refused to comply. Michael V. Harbison, 20, entered the gas station located along the 100 block of N. Main Street in Manheim...
  • Masked man robs gas station at gunpoint in Lebanon City

    Masked man robs gas station at gunpoint in Lebanon City
    Lebanon City police are looking for a masked man who held up a local gas station at gunpoint. It happened early Sunday morning around 2:05 a.m. at Issis Oil located along the 1200 block of Cumberland Street. Authorities say the suspect walked into the...
  • Man arrested, charged with two Harford gas station robberies

    Maryland State Police say they have arrested and charged a 22-year-old man in connection with armed robberies last month at gas station convenience stores in Abingdon and Riverside. Lucas Larsen, whose address was not immediately available, was...
  • New York City Imposes "Odd, Even" Gas Rationing To Cope With Long Lines At The Pump

    New York City Imposes "Odd, Even" Gas Rationing To Cope With Long Lines At The Pump
    Friday was a good day to be odd as fuel-thirsty New York City motorists took to the pumps in the first day of "odd, even" gas rationing, an unwelcome throwback to the gas restrictions from the 1970s. Anecdotal reports suggested gas lines moved more...
  • 8 Businesses Sued By New Jersey For Price Gouging In Wake Of Sandy

    8 Businesses Sued By New Jersey For Price Gouging In Wake Of Sandy
    Officials in New Jersey announced Friday the filing of several civil lawsuits against eight New Jersey businesses, accusing them of unlawful price gouging while consumers were in need of fuel, shelter, and other essentials during the Hurricane Sandy state...
  • Police: Armed man robs Pasadena gas station

    An armed man stole an unidentified amount of money from a gas station in Pasadena Thursday night, police said. The man, who was described as a black male wearing dark clothing and a mask, entered the station on the 200 block of North Altadena Drive at...