If you tune into the hit car show “Tail Fins and Chrome” this weekend, the latest episode will feature downtown Palmetto’s own Slicks Garage — a custom and classic car shop for car enthusiasts and collectors.
My parents were ... interesting, big-hearted individuals. My mum was a maths teacher; my father worked at a steel factory, a barber shop and was also a landlord.
TRAINING is over for the Glasgow Warriors rugby players and I'm in the back of a car travelling from Newton Mearns to the city's West End.
Gerald P. Smith, 75, of Washington, died at his home May 13, 2010. A lifelong resident of Washington, he was born Dec. 30, 1934, a son to the late Roy A. Smith and late Thelma Hoover Hockenbury. Gerald was a...
WHO could ever forget the moment when Kevin Costner as Tom, introduces himself to Susan, at the end of a hectic encounter in a limousine after the two have just met at a party in the movie No Way Out?
ROCHESTER, NY-According to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle a Rochester woman is suing Sabres winger Patrick Kaleta over a car accident the two were involved in that took place in nearby Chili back in 2008.
Russian State Duma deputies have declared their incomes for 2009, and declared their passion for cars — of all shapes and sizes.
A few lucky people might make thousands of dollars by renting their houses and condos to the estimated 147,000 out-of-state football fans who will arrive in Dallas in February 2011.
TOWER GROVE — The reports of the swift demise of NL Central challengers this season have apparently been greatly exaggerated. The first-place St. Louis Cardinals traveled to Cincinnati last night for this weekend’s series that offers the Reds a mid-May shot at taking over first place.
ROCHESTER, NY-A Rochester woman is suing Sabres winger Patrick Kaleta over a car accident the two were involved in that took place in nearby Chili back in 2008.
It almost seems like a dream to Tim Buckley, principal of Greenstone Architecture in Vancouver. According to Buckley, it was only a few years ago when a number of architecture firms wanted to lobby trade schools to allow more graduates to feed the region's unprecedented development boom.
All eyes will be on the sky Saturday and Sunday as Wings Over Columbus 2010 takes to the air. The gates will open at 9 a.m. both days at Columbus Air Force Base so spectators can get comfortable before the aerial displays begin at 12 p.m.
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Burglary -Nichol Street, 5:53 p.m. on May 2. Unknown subjects entered location through rear window. Taken was a handgun, jewelry, DVD movies and a small safe. Approximate value unknown.
Please don't get the wrong idea about this column; I have nothing against crowdsourcing. Some of my best friends belong to crowds. I also have nothing against the concept of a "free, Web-based, collaborative multilingual encyclopedia project," as Wikipedia defines itself.
Driver injured in crash, suspected of drinking
INA - More than 700 graduates are scheduled to cross the RendLake College commencement stage tonight.
For the final issue of the year, The Daily Princetonian counts down the top 10 Princeton sports games of the year. Selections and rankings were made based on the outcome, caliber, excitement and significance of the competition. There were far more excellent options to choose from than could be included, but these games helped make 2009–10 a memorable year for Princeton athletics.