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Norfolk Southern Announces Plans To Close Roanoke, VA Location During 2015

Norfolk Southern Corp. (NS), a prominent company in Virginia, recently announced that it would be closing its office building in Roanoke, VA, located ...
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Vermont Education System Faces Major Overhuall

As student enrollment and public school funding both decrease in multiple regions around Vermont, consolidation seems to be the best solution availabl...
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Rand Paul Draws Fire Over Criticisms of Disability Recipients

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has drawn fire in the past two weeks for comments he made at a breakfast event in New Hampshire on Jan. 14, regarding disabilit...
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Missouri Highway Commission Rule Change Could Compromise Outdoor Signage

On average, more than 95% of Americans say they are regularly reached by mobile ads like car wraps and outdoor advertisements like signs and billboa...
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Top Four Interior Design Trends for 2015

A new year means new design trends, which in turn means that interior designers and novice home decorators have reason to rejoice. The new year ushers...
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Meghan Trainor’s Lips Are Movin’ About Her Hair Extensions

The world got to know emerging pop songstress Meghan Trainor thanks to her earworm of a hit, “All About That Bass” — but it turns ou...
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Carpet Removal Begins at Portland International Airport

Today marks the end of an era, as the Portland International Airport (PDX) begins the removal of its iconic carpet. First installed in 1987, the teal ...
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Prices for Used Cars on the Rise Amid Market Gains, New Reports Show

Car shoppers hoping used cars will offer a solution to record-high prices for new cars are likely to be disappointed when they hit the lot this year; ...
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Experts Say Housing is Looking up for 2015

One of the most popular predictions that people make at the beginning of a new year is what the housing market is going to do, and 2015 is no exceptio...
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Gibsonville Authorities Raid Businesses with Illegal Sweepstakes Machines

Police and authorities in the town of Gibsonville, NC seized over 200 sweepstakes machines last week and charged three local store owners after determ...