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  • Stars and Stripes Jeeps color Independence Day

    Stars and Stripes Jeeps color Independence Day
    No vehicle elicits greater feelings of freedom, adventure and patriotism like the Jeep. Two Jeeps in particular, a 1976 CJ-5 and a 2002 Jeep Liberty, wear their patriotic hearts on their galvanized sleeves. Painted in American flags, the Stars and...
  • High demand reduces July summer shutdown for Detroit Three

    DETROIT Brisk sales of pickups and SUVs are causing the Detroit Three to eliminate or shorten their traditional two-week summer shutdown at many U.S. plants. This year, Chrysler workers will be on the job the next two weeks at four assembly plants, while...
  • Free towing offered on July Fourth

    Drivers who drink too much on July Fourth can get free rides home for themselves and their vehicles. The American Automobile Association and Bud Light have teamed up to offer free towing services to any Florida resident on select holidays, including...
  • Happy days here again? Jobs surge, stocks hit record high

    WASHINGTON Job growth surged in June, capping the best first half since 1999, driving blue chip stocks to a record high and leading analysts to say the economy is shifting to higher gear. Employers added a sizzling 288,000 jobs last month, the Labor...
  • Construction to curb street flooding to begin soon

    Construction to curb street flooding to begin soon
    Construction will start next week on two new detention basins designed to keep streets from flooding in the Catalina and Golfview subdivisions, Orland Park officials said. The basins, which will collect and store storm water runoff, are part of...
  • China M&A rulings create hot competition for antitrust lawyers

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's increasing regulatory influence over international mergers and acquisitions has helped to create the hottest new commodity in its legal industry: anti-trust lawyers. Six years ago, China did not even have a legal system for...
  • Reliving memories of Shore during war

    The June 27 article, "When World War II came to the Jersey Shore," stimulated my memory. I was raised in Pleasantville, N.J. I took a short trolley car ride to Atlantic City to go swimming during WWII. When gobs of tar were on the beach, we said the U-...
  • NASA finalizes contract to build the most powerful rocket ever

    NASA finalizes contract to build the most powerful rocket ever
    NASA has reached a milestone in its development of the Space Launch System, or SLS, which is set to be the most powerful rocket ever and may one day take astronauts to Mars.  After completing a critical design review, Boeing Co. has finalized a $2.8-...
  • East Hampton Council Approves Contract For Work At Sears Park

    EAST HAMPTON – A park on Lake Pocotopaug was the setting for an outdoor meeting of the town council Tuesday, where members approved a contract for repairs to the Sears Park beach. With children splashing in the lake and boats cruising by, the...
  • Concesionarios de autos de Brasil recortan panorama de ventas pese a beneficios tributarios

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Los concesionarios automotores de Brasil recortaron el miércoles sus proyecciones de ventas para este año, a pesar de la extensión de los cortes de impuestos para la industria, que lucha con condiciones más rígidas para la entrega de...
  • Storms leave power outages, flooding, flight delays in central U.S.

    Storms leave power outages, flooding, flight delays in central U.S.
    (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of people were without power on Tuesday after a deadly storm that brought tornadoes, high winds, hail and heavy rain to the central United States. Illinois was particularly hard hit as flooding, downed trees and fires...