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Daily Gazette, Sterling, Ill.A west-side Sterling woman said she was willling to discuss her concerns about neighborhood gangs -- but not if her name was going to be published. She said she does not feel safe in the neighborhood where she has lived for more than a decade, and she...
Richmond Times-DispatchEverybody in NASCAR talks about tires, but rarely does anyone stop to explain tires. They mention sticker tires, right-side tires, left-side tires, fresh tires, worn tires, hard tires and soft tires. The Times-Dispatch thought this would be a good...
It might have been all the March Madness that did it. Or maybe whatever's ailing unhinged North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is spreading. But one thing is abundantly clear: President Barack Obama has gone bonkers. And not just regular bonkers — he...
The Record-Eagle, Traverse City, Mich.Angie Lappin will spend Earth Day the same way she's spent it for the last four or five years: cleaning up the beach and campground at Keith J. Charters Traverse City State Park. Only this year, Lappin and her fellow park rangers will have lots of...
The Philadelphia InquirerThey don't have a name. But if they did, it might be this: Trash Walkers. That isn't a rock band or a reality-TV show, but a group of people in Cheltenham Township who, while out on their regular, healthful walk, make it a mission to search out,...
The tires on Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s Ford Mustang are shrieking as he jerks his car sideways at nearly 90 mph on this serpentine race track in Long Beach. Walls are closing in on either side, leaving no room for mistakes. As the next turn nears, Gittin...
Tags: NASCAR, Malaysia, Japan, Auto Racing
I don't need a lot of prodding to pursue stories that involve being outdoors in the spring. Still, I think even in lousier weather, I'd have been interested in the email I got the other day from Ron Snyder of Orefield, particularly with Earth Day coming...
Tags: Earth Day, Allentown, Orefield, Lifestyle and Leisure
The following items were taken from police reports. Arlington Heights A green, 1995 Mercury Villager van parked and locked in a residential driveway in the 2400 block of South Cedar Glen was stolen between 11 p.m. April 13 and 6 a.m. April 14. A...
Florida has a snail problem. And it's a big one. The southern part of the state is being invaded by the giant African land snail, a species of snail that can grow up to 8.5 inches in length and that snacks on stucco, car tires and 500 types of plants....
HAMPTON — When Langley Speedway opens its 63rd season Saturday, all eyes will be on the track. Literally. There is $250,000 worth of new black asphalt covering Langley's 4/10ths-of-a-mile oval, and the effect on racing is expected to be huge....
Tags: Auto Racing
The Baltimore Police Department is asking the city for $285,000 to hire a Massachusetts-based consultant — the highest of five bidders — to recommend how the department should be run. But a city councilman is questioning the need for a...
Cars.comTires carry a wealth of information on their sidewalls; unfortunately, it's all in code. Most of it is of no concern to many owners, but it can be valuable for those who want to know the seasons for which their tires are intended, those who plan to...
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