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A couple of years ago, I arrived in the theater district in New York City a little early for a play. I stopped in a small deli restaurant and ordered a snack while I waited for showtime. At an adjacent table, a German couple, who were also waiting for a...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND – The owner of a west-side convenience store has again submitted a petition to rezone the property in order to make improvements to the building and grounds and add gasoline sales. Ricky Singh, owner of the former Munchie Mart, now...
Tags: Petroleum Industry
As Joliet awaits this weekend's Electric Daisy Carnival, one of the country's biggest electronic dance music festivals, many local officials have been emphasizing economics. The festival's promoter, Insomniac, has commissioned impact studies to...
A hazardous materials call Friday and a gas station fire Monday required vastly different responses, but year-round training and organizational tactics enabled firefighters from Aberdeen Fire and Rescue to handle whatever was thrown their way. "The...
Lake Forest's City Council approved revisions to its liquor code Monday, changes that included removing a ban on alcohol sales at gas stations. The revisions also called for language prohibiting aldermen and city officials from simultaneously sitting on...
YORK — Firefighters averted a potentially dangerous situation Monday when a car caught fire near a gas station on Richmond Road in upper York County. Firefighters were called to the intersection of Richmond Road and Lightfoot Road just after 4 p....
Tags: Fires, Lightfoot (York, Virginia)
Elmhurst is buying more real estate, this time paying $1.77 million for a Marathon gas station city officials say they need to complete the Hahn Street area the city has long wanted to redevelop. Three aldermen opposed the purchase, citing concerns over...
The mother of a missing college student made an emotional public plea Monday for him to return to his Montgomery County home, and at the same news conference a state trooper said Matthew Royer might have made a "voluntary move" to vanish. Authorities and...
POWERBALL-MARYLAND Maryland Lottery says glitch in system fixed (Information in the following story is from: WBAL-TV, http://www.wbaltv.com) BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland Lottery officials say a software problem made it impossible for some winners of...
Daily PressA 20-year-old Hampton woman has been charged in connection to an accident that caused a fire at a local gas station Friday. Brittany Charmaine Jones, 20, of the 3400 block of Hardee Court received one count of reckless driving and was released on a...
The Hartford CourantA Citgo gas station and a Subway restaurant were robbed at knife-point over the weekend, police said. Investigators are trying to determine if the robberies are connected. The robbery at the gas station, located at 300 White St., was reported Sunday...
Does California's signature environmental law protect the state's air, water and wilderness by acting as a check on runaway projects proposed by overzealous developers? Or does it encourage baseless lawsuits that unfairly delay and even derail...
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