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  • Summer Road Trip Checklist

    Please do not reuse this story without the permission of Content that Works. By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features Most of us spent at least one summer vacation crowded into a station wagon, minivan or SUV, passing the time playing car-spotting games and...
  • Cars.com Field Trial: Mobile EV Quick-Charging

    It might be one of the more embarrassing problems on the road simply because it's so avoidable: running out of gas. However, its still a big enough problem  that AAA recently reminded drivers about the dangers of letting your tank run down to "E." But...
  • Restoration Porsche: Part 7

    Restoration Porsche: Part 7
    Restoration Porsche  Editor’s note: We’re pleased to bring you this update on Jim MacPherson’s Porsche restoration. Now that the body is getting painted its original Bahama Yellow, we wanted to show you pictures. If you missed the...
  • Ford Fiesta

    Paula Says   After having lots of big review cars over the last few weeks, it was really nice to get into the Ford Fiesta. Few people need the extra space of a larger car, so why spend the extra money on the car and fuel? Driving the Fiesta was a...
  • Toyota Highlander

    You can tell Toyota Highlander designers worked hard on the details. The instruments are clear and easy to read. The controls are simple. On my first drive I was actually able to tune the radio and control the temperature and fan speed. What a concept -...
  • More bridge replacements in store for Newport News

    As construction crews finish work on the first of two replacement spans on Fort Eustis Boulevard over the CSX tracks, Newport News officials said more bridge replacements are in the city's future. The city's special projects engineer, Thomas Cheney, said...
  • Cruiser cut plan raises carrier questions

    Congress and the Navy might have settled a debate over aircraft carriers, but they're still squabbling over the ships that serve as escorts. The fate of Navy cruisers, workhorses of the fleet that protect carriers on the open seas, has national and...
  • Cadillac dealership open after showroom collapse

    Cadillac dealership open after showroom collapse
    It was a great Saturday at Massey Cadillac if, like Bill Hull, you counted blessings instead of sales. Little more than a day after the showroom collapsed in a downpour Thursday afternoon, only a few customers browsed gleaming sedans, coupes and other...
  • MLB lets fans serve themselves All-Star booze. What could go wrong?

    Tuesday night during baseball's All-Star Game at Target Field in Minneapolis, thirsty fans (of legal age) will be able to pour their own beer. Science making our lives better. What could go wrong with that? So is it mere coincidence that Saturday was...
  • Diversity reigns supreme at Kingfish

    When your 11-year-old restaurant continues to garner accolades, including favorite place for seafood in Lehigh Valley Style's Decadent Dish Awards (2013), you know you're doing something right. This is the case for the Beck family, who has operated...
  • GM car owner felt steered into danger

    General Motors has talked a lot lately about how sorry it is for being slow to recall vehicles for potentially deadly defects and how concerned it is about customer safety. Yet until the Watchdog drove onto the scene, Jeniffer Montero couldn't get a...