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  • AAA: Gas-Price Relief Likely Short-Lived

     
    As oil prices fell, so did the cost of gasoline in many parts of the country the past week, with the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded dropping 3 cents to $3.64, according to the AAA Daily Fuel......
  • Small Spike Breaks 33-Day Downward Trend in Gas Prices

     
    By Rick Popely Gas prices ticked up a fraction of a penny Thursday, ending a 33-day streak of declines at the pump, but the news on the fuel front for motorists was otherwise positive during the month of July. AAA......
  • Gas Prices See Sustained Slide

     
    If it seems like you're shelling out less for gasoline than in the recent past, it probably isn't just wishful thinking. Steady, widespread declines in pump prices during July have lowered the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded......
  • Gas Prices Approach Month of Daily Decreases

     
    The cost of gasoline continues to slide even as the price of crude oil shows increased volatility, and Thursday marked the 26th consecutive day of lower prices at the pump, according to the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report. Some daily......
  • Gas Prices Hit Six-Year High Headed into Holiday

     
    As millions of Americans prepare to hit the road for Fourth of July weekend, pump prices are the highest they've been since 2008, AAA said in its monthly gas price report. The travel service organization said it doubts that the......
  • New Sanford recreation trail to offer scenic view of Lake Monroe

    New Sanford recreation trail to offer scenic view of Lake Monroe
    It's one of the most ambitious and complicated construction projects the city of Sanford has undertaken. And when it's finished, a new recreational trail over the choppy waters of Lake Monroe promises to become a popular draw for lovers of the outdoors....
  • Investing: energy stocks that pay 4 percent and up

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Because the U.S. energy market is rapidly expanding, thanks in large part to the shale boom, the master limited partnership market offers plenty of choices. True, some old-time darlings are running aground because their pipes...
  • Rep. Henry Waxman to retire after four decades in Congress

    WASHINGTON — Rep. Henry A. Waxman, one of the nation's most influential liberal lawmakers for nearly four decades, will retire from his Westside seat this year, closing a career in which he successfully championed laws to clean the country's air,...
  • Summer gas blend cited as prices continue to climb

    Gas prices continued to climb in most parts of the country the past week due to the annual changeover to summer gasoline blends and unscheduled maintenance at several refineries, the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report said Thursday. AAA said the planned switch...
  • Disney Cruise Line releases Sitka Port Adventures details

    Disney Cruise Line releases Sitka Port Adventures details
    Disney Cruise Line has been sailing to Alaska for several years, but 2014 will bring a new nine-night cruise that calls on Sitka, Alaska.  Today, Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures Manager Arnaldo Zanonato announced details of some of the port...
  • Exelon may shut down nuclear plants in profit struggle

    Exelon may shut down nuclear plants in profit struggle
    Chicago-based Exelon Corp. said Thursday on a conference call following its quarterly earnings results that it will shut down nuclear plants to save money if it doesn't see a path to steady profits this year. The company’s large fleet of nuclear...