Tim Preston: Amish canteloupe, hair removal, bows and tutus: 7/22/12
Ken Artrip must have seen me coming when I visited his produce market on 13th Street in Ashland last week to get another batch of those delicious white peaches.
WOWK-TV back on DISH Network
West Virginia Media and DISH Network have reached a contract agreement to bring WOWK-TV back to customers, officials confirmed Wednesday.
Steve and Marieda Gilmore, of Kitts Hill, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Karissa Marie Gilmore to Ethan Ross Gullett.
Truckers as leading indicator show stable U.S. growth
Rising truck shipments show the U.S. economic expansion is intact, even amid concerns that a slowdown in retail sales and Europe's sovereign-debt crisis could stall growth.
Outlook for gasoline prices: Going lower
Motorists have seen prices at the pump fall steadily since early April. After peaking around $3.93 a gallon, the national average price of self-serve regular has fallen to $3.54, as measured by AAA.
10 car models dropped after 2012 may be bargains
What happens when an automaker decides to discontinue a model? Chances are the manufacturer and dealer will be willing to make deals to clear out their inventories.
Consumers continue to use more credit
The Federal Reserve's monthly report shows consumer credit rose by $6.51 billion in April, the eighth month in a row that it has risen. It follows a $12.4 billion gain in March.
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