You’re three times more likely to get hurt driving a car than taking the bus, say researchers.
What to Remember When Planning a Military Funeral
Whether you’re preplanning your own military funeral or making arrangements for a veteran who has passed, remember to research the benefits that are available to you.
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After a solid 2014 for freight transport providers, some industry experts expect truckers to drive a rise in mergers and acquisitions this year. Lou Whiteman, senior writer for The Deal, explains why the trucking cycle is currently in a sweet spot.
Beyond the Grocery Smart Cart, the iBeacon Beckons
Despite e-commerce’s surge, some 90 percent of what people buy still comes out of brick-and-mortar stores. And when it comes to consumer-packaged goods, that figure is even higher. A recent study by Kantar Worldpanel predicted it may take another decade before online purchasing grabs even 10 percent of grocery purchases.
10 Things to Know About the Trucking Industry
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Portrait of the Past: Asheville City Manager Weldon Weir, 1950
James Weldon Weir served as Asheville City Manager from 1950-1968, after having served as Public Works Director under Pat Burdette.
Wild turkeys waiting at Metro Transit bus stop inspire holiday pun battle
A Metro Transit caption contest has quickly gone to the birds.
Snag your power-and satisfaction-this week!
Be the one doing the doing this week, my dears, rather than the one saying it can’t be done! If the truth of the matter is that the roles are switched, take notice. What’s going on? Get really curious about that toward this week being nothing less than a game-changer. Is it because you’re just …
Young Millennials Top List of Worst Behaved Drivers
New study shows that 88 percent of young millennials engage in risky behavior behind the wheel WASHINGTON, D.C. (Feb. 15, 2017) ― A new report from the AAA