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  • Driverless, folding cars closer to street-ready

    Driverless, folding cars closer to street-ready
    Leave the driving — to your car. General Motors' prototype EN-V (Electric Networked Vehicle) promises to let you do just that. No place to park? The all-electric CityCar, developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, can help out by...
  • A guide to replacing your car battery

    A guide to replacing your car battery
    The sound is unmistakable: "RRRR, RRRR, rrrrr, rrrrr… click." Then: nothing. It's the sound of a battery dying, and most of us have heard it. In Florida, we don't have the extreme strain on batteries like car owners do up north, or even in the...
  • New jobs coming to Botetourt County

    New jobs coming to Botetourt County
    New jobs are coming to Botetourt County.   Dynex America Corporation will spend $15 million to expand its facility, creating 95 new jobs.  The company makes parts for auto transmissions. Dynax will expand into the former Johnson Controls building...
  • D.A.: Past actions hurt Hubbard's claims

    LOS ANGELES — On April 4, 2006, then-Beverly Hills Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard rode to a Sacramento airport with school board member Myra Lurie and the district's facilities director, Karen Anne Christiansen. During the car ride,...
  • D.A. cites risqué e-mails

    LOS ANGELES — Prosecutors on Wednesday introduced e-mails they say showed a relationship between the superintendent of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District and a former subordinate of his when he worked as schools chief in Beverly Hills. The...
  • Tulip Time Hires New Executive Director

    Tulip Time Hires New Executive Director
    There's a new face at the top for Holland's Tulip Time festival. The festival's Board of Directors has hired Gwen Auwerda out of a pool of more than 180 applicants for the position. Auwerda is a Hope College graduate who worked for Johnson Controls in...
  • Cook County scraps faulty police car camera program

    Cook County scraps faulty police car camera program
    Cook County officials on Thursday pulled the plug on a troubled $44 million effort that left faulty cameras in police cars. A review of “Project Shield” by County Board President Toni Preckwinkle’s team found an “ill-conceived,...
  • Sherman Jerome Spiegel

    Sherman Jerome Spiegel  August 20, 1936 – June 9, 2011 Mr. Spiegel was born in Lawrence, MA to Mark and Elizabeth (Libby) Spiegel.  He graduated from Boston English High School in 1954 and received a BSME from University of Massachusetts at...
  • Superintendent Convicted of Misusing Taxpayer Money

    Superintendent Convicted of Misusing Taxpayer Money
    LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KTLA) -- A jury convicted the former superintendent of the Beverly Hills Unified School District Monday of two felony counts of misappropriation of public funds. Jeffery Hubbard, 54, now the superintendent of the Newport Mesa Unified...
  • Johnson Controls To Hire 100 New Workers

    Johnson Controls To Hire 100 New Workers
    Johnson Controls is teaming with Ottawa County Michigan Works! to fill 100 open positions along the lakeshore.  The company has scheduled a job fair at the Grand Haven Michigan Works! office Tuesday, Sept. 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The jobs are for...
  • Pasadena jury awards woman $24.7 million

    Pasadena jury awards woman $24.7 million
    A Pasadena jury on Thursday awarded $24.7 million to  Los Angeles woman who became a paraplegic after her car seat collapsed during a rear-end collision in 2006. The jury found the car seat was defective. It took about two and a half days for the jury to...
  • Sedgwick County approves loan for Johnson Controls to expand

    Sedgwick County approves loan for Johnson Controls to expand
    Sedgwick County Commissioners approve a forgiveable loan of $42,500 for Johnson Controls to add jobs in Wichita, but the issue came with long debate. Last month the City of Wichita also approved a forgiveable loan for the company. In return, Johnson...