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Autoblog.comFiled under: Convertible, Plants/Manufacturing, Electric Startup EV-maker Detroit Electric is having a little trouble getting out of the gate, according to a report in The Detroit News. The (obviously) Detroit-based automaker says production of its SP:...
When I was growing up, one of my favorite summer destinations was the safari at Great Adventure in New Jersey. We'd drive on the three-lane road through the animal park, marveling at roaming lions and bears but also sweltering from the heat (we'd have...
More than 200 cars and 1,700 spectators gathered in Jarrettsville on April 13 to celebrate Harford County's car culture at the 2nd Annual Romancing the Chrome Car Show hosted by Harford County Public Library and the Jarrettsville Lions Club. Car...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Chrysler, Pontiac, Libraries, Honda
WSBT-TVPLYMOUTH – Some parts of northern Indiana picked up nearly a foot of snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. North Webster recorded the highest amount in our area at 11.9 inches. Plymouth had 11.3 inches and Goshen and South Bend had nearly 8...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Education, Vehicles, Teachers, Students
FloriDUHDeputies say Michael John Mangiero, 48, stalked a 20-year-old woman for over a month, according to a news release from the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office. The Port Charlotte woman told deputies the stranger who had followed her to work in a white...
Chrysler built a lot of different cars back in 1969. At the time, none of those cars caught the attention of Wayne Lewns. It took more than three decades for Lewns to finally begin to appreciate the Mopar vehicles of that era. In 2009 he discovered a 1969...
Q: I am an 81-year-old Dodge Caliber owner and this vehicle rides worse than an army truck. Every line and joint in the road sounds and feels like a mini explosion. I made a mistake not taking this vehicle for a ride before I bought it. I have not...
Daily American News EditorMerle Vough wakes each day around 7 a.m., dons a straw cap and feeds the cattle before heading out to the fields for a day of raking, mowing, tedding or plowing. He works until the sun goes down, helping his son Larry at the family farm in Kingwood. ...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Farms, Travel, Heart Attack
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