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  • Mandating E15 gasoline is a bad idea

    If the Chicago City Council moves forward with its mandate forcing Chicago gas stations to sell E15 gasoline, consumers and small-business owners could pay a hefty price. While E10 — gasoline with 10 percent ethanol — is in widespread use,...
  • Chicago aldermen back E15 gas at city pumps

    Chicago aldermen back E15 gas at city pumps
    Larger Chicago gas stations could have less than a year to start offering fuel with higher levels of ethanol under plan a key City Council committee endorsed Monday. The 11-5 vote by the Finance Committee came after hours of debate featuring such...
  • Chicago aldermen endorse higher ethanol push

    Chicago aldermen endorse higher ethanol push
    Larger Chicago gas stations could have less than a year to start offering fuel with higher levels of ethanol under a plan a key City Council committee endorsed Monday. The 11-5 vote by the Finance Committee came after hours of debate featuring such...
  • Gas prices at 5-year lows and dropping, AAA says

    Gas prices at 5-year lows and dropping, AAA says
    Gas prices are falling "like the winter-time snow" up north, reaching five-year lows, travel club AAA said. Nationwide, the average price for regular unleaded gas dropped 10 cents in the past week to $2.66 per gallon on Monday. That's down for 74...
  • How goes the Peninsula's tourism industry?

    How goes the Peninsula's tourism industry?
    Over the past summer, some Peninsula attractions reported spikes in attendance and multiple hotels reported being able to increase room rates despite the lingering effects of sequestration in the region. "I think we're starting to see it come back. I...
  • Express toll lanes on I-95 north of Baltimore set to open Dec. 6

    Express toll lanes on I-95 north of Baltimore set to open Dec. 6
    The controversial construction of express toll lanes up the center of a congested, eight-mile stretch of Interstate 95 just north of Baltimore is set to conclude Dec. 6, when the lanes will open to traffic. Their launch will bring to an end the bulk...
  • Buckle up, Grandma; time to try out Jr.'s new toy

     Buckle up, Grandma;  time to try out Jr.'s new toy
    STEM has gained STEAM (some are adding art to the acronym's hot topics of science, technology, engineering and math) as parents prime their kids' minds for next-generation careers. So we made sure to include a few "maker kits," as Amazon calls them,...
  • Gas prices to average less than $3 next year

    Gas prices to average less than $3 next year
    Good news for motorists: Gasoline prices will less than $3 per gallon nationwide next year for the first time since 2010, a federal agency says. The U.S. Energy Information Administration slashed its estimate by 44 cents to $2.94 per gallon for next...
  • Gasoline falls below $3 a gallon in Chicago area

    Gasoline falls below $3 a gallon in Chicago area
    Gasoline prices Friday fell to an average of less than $3 a gallon in the Chicago area, and are expected to continue to plummet. That's good news for the economy as shoppers will have a little more money in their pockets this holiday season as well as...
  • Automakers Back New Privacy-Protection Practices

     
    As today's increasingly connected cars give rise to concerns of driver privacy, automakers have pledged to follow a set of common principles that safeguard driver privacy. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and the Association of Global Automakers,...
  • Gas Price Decline Is Longest Since Recession Hit

     
    Gas prices fell for the 49th day in a row on Thursday, pushing the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded to $2.92 in what has become the longest consecutive decline since 2008, when the economic recession curtailed driving......