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Consumer File - Orlando SentinelEarlier this week in my column about a moving company, I said I had never heard any HAPPY moving stories. Here is one from reader Robert Kemp: Upon retiring in 1988, decided to move to Northern Ireland. from where I met my wife in 1943...
When the Chicago River sprung a leak 20 years ago today, it wasn't the first time the city's system of underground tunnels was the source of an unpleasant surprise. On that Monday, April 13, 1992, many Chicagoans learned for the first time of the miles...
Marine insurance, or lack of it, may yet turn out to be the most effective sanction used by Western nations in 17 years of tightening the screws on Iran's nuclear program. A European Union oil embargo on Iran, set to take effect in July, prohibits EU...
Tags: Banking, Europe, Japan, Upstream Oil and Gas Activities, Iran
With the stunning end to Maryland's General Assembly, many have opined of the need to raise the gas tax in the anticipated special session ("Baltimore gets stranded," April 17). Supporters state that the "business community" overwhelmingly favors such...
email@example.comA Greyhound bus stop on Dual Highway near Hagerstown ceased operations last week after a Washington County zoning board in January denied a special exception allowing the operation, a bus company official said Thursday. The bus stop was operated by Hub...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Board of Zoning Appeals has denied a special exception that would have enabled a Greyhound bus stop to continue operating at Foxshire Plaza Shopping Center at 1432 Dual Highway outside of Hagerstown. The zoning appeals board...
TRAVERSE CITY -- The Environmental Protection Agency proposed stricter requirements Wednesday for cleaning ballast water that keeps ships upright in rolling seas but enables invasive species to reach U.S. waters, where they have ravaged ecosystems and...
Tags: Mussels, Environmental Issues, Cruises, Water, Invasive Species
WEATHER Today's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies and a high around 51 degrees. The low temperature is expected to be around 38 degrees tonight. TRAFFIC Here are today's morning traffic issues. OCCUPY BALTIMORE Follow Justin Fenton on Twitter to...
Tags: Protest, Demonstration, Luke Scott, Baltimore County, Traffic
On a day expected to be the busiest in FedEx's 40-year history, Diane Maleski got to work extra early — at 4:30 a.m. That was long before the first trucks arrived from the airport bearing parcels that would be piled onto conveyor belts, sorted by...
Daily American Staff WriterWhile Santa has a sleigh and reindeer to help him deliver packages around the world, everyone else typically has to use a shipping service or post office to send holiday gifts. This week is especially busy for local shippers and the United States...
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