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North American auto production growth tops other industries and, by 2015, will approach levels not seen since 2000, experts said. But manufacturing jobs, while continuing to recover, will fall short of pre-recession levels in the same time frame. The...
Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Lake Senses, A Disney Spa at Disney's Grand Florida, day spa, 12 Crest Ave., Mount Dora, 32757....
The Hartford CourantThe city plans to spend more than $50 million over the next five years to repair municipal buildings, renovate parks, replace police cars and pay for other big-ticket expenses. As part of his annual budget preparation, Mayor Tim O'Brien updated the...
Chevrolet has again jumped into the fight to make alternative fueled vehicles more competitive, offering cash-back incentives for buyers of its Volt plug-in of $5,000 for 2012 models and $4,000 for 2013 models. It's the latest chapter in a bid by...
KickingTiresA bumper crop of parts-and-labor cost increases has made the Garden State the most expensive state when it comes to having your car fixed. With an average total diagnostics-and-repair bill of $392.99, New Jersey ascended to No. 1 in 2012......
Tribune staff reportersJessica Raye is one of those fortunate Chicago Blackhawks fans who snagged a pair of tickets to a Stanley Cup game at the United Center. She bought them Monday for $525 each through a friend of a friend who is a season ticket holder. Now Raye plans to...
|TV SPORTS| |SUNDAY| Tennis--French Open, men’s championship match, 8 a.m. (NBC) Auto Racing--NASCAR Sprint Cup, Party in the Poconos 400, Noon (TNT); Formula One, Canadian Grand Prix, 1 p.m. (NBC) College Baseball--NCAA Division I Playoffs,...
ReutersMONTREAL (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel snatched pole position at the Canadian Grand Prix for the third year in a row Saturday, piping Lewis Hamilton in a frantic wet qualifying session to end Mercedes' run at the front of the grid. The triple world...
Tags: Canada, Monaco, Human Interest, Malaysia, Montreal (Canada)
The Seattle TimesSEATTLE Sometimes, moral outrage can prevail. Leaders of the Washington state House and Senate transportation committees say they intend to hold Highway 99 tunnel tollpayers responsible for covering $200 million in construction debts instead of a reduced...
When the state Department of Housing and Community Development's 380 employees pack up and move from Crownsville to New Carrollton in 2015, fewer women will work out on their lunch break at Curves. It also may mean fewer people getting their cars...
ReutersMONTREAL (Reuters) - Australia's Mark Webber set the fastest time in Saturday's shortened final practice session before official qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix. Webber topped the timesheets when he lapped the Montreal street circuit in his Red...
Tags: Germany, Canada, Montreal (Canada), Australia, Open-Wheel Racing
South Florida Sun-SentinelDuring the storm, park your car away from trees that might be knocked down onto the vehicle. After the storm, avoid driving through puddled rainwater. Here's why: Engine intake system. Water in the intake system ultimately gets into the cylinders, in...
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