My aunt and uncle lived up the hill from Martins Ferry, Ohio, high above the river. My uncle ran a used car lot – Snezek’s – and so it was understood that they had a little bit of money and a bigger house than the rest of the family in
Not everyone is happy with the deals Amazon made when it picked the multiple locations for its so-called second headquarters. Some residents and representatives of New York’s Long Island City and Virginia’s Arlington reacted to Tuesday's announcement with concerns over how the offices will impact their communities and the various incentives
People don’t eat enough fruit and vegetables, that’s despite an embarrassment of options today that include fast grocery delivery and takeout services with a focus on health. A study from the U.S-based Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released last November found that just one in ten adults in
Evan Gaj Contributor Evan Gaj is a mechanical engineering graduate from LeHigh University currently on a Fulbright Scholarship in Warsaw studying drones. In 2008, the electric motor vehicle experienced a rebirth triggered by a rise in oil prices. Now in 2018, it is the time for another rebirth — in electrical aviation.
A political movement has started, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is on her way to make history. On Tuesday night, the 28-year-old New York Democratic primary candidate knocked longtime Democratic Representative Joseph Crowley, who was being considered to take over as Speaker of the House, out of the running. After the results were announced,
Brendan Byrne, the former governor who brought casino gambling to New Jersey and presided over the construction of Giants Stadium in the 1970s, has died. He was 93.He died Thursday, according to a statement from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. No details were given.The two-term Democrat’s support for legal gambling
Vacant storefronts are becoming more noticeable in the capital of consumption, as small retailers are being pushed out by wealthy investorsWalk down almost any major New York street say Fifth Avenue near Trump Tower, or Madison Avenue from midtown to the Upper East Side. Perhaps venture down Canal Street,
Someone was trying to game the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s electronic public comment system on net-neutrality rules.But who? Was it supporters or foes of the open internet rules -- or was it the Russians?A study has found more than 7.75 million comments were submitted from email domains attributed to FakeMailGenerator.com,