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Fuel-efficient Vehicles

Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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  • Company aims to build viable electric car in Md.

    Company aims to build viable electric car in Md.
    Genovation Cars Inc., a Rockville-based company, wants to do what many in the auto industry have failed to do — build a fully electric, battery-powered vehicle that the public embraces. On Thursday, company executives were at the Glenn L. Martin...
  • D.C.'s Keystone Kops

    D.C.'s Keystone Kops
    The famously inept Keystone Kops from the silent-movie era have relocated inside the Washington Beltway, performing the same kinds of inexplicable actions that were their trademark in the 1920s. President Barack Obama has refused to approve the Keystone...
  • The Interview: Robin Budish, community organizer for Baltimore Streetcar Campaign

    The Interview: Robin Budish, community organizer for Baltimore Streetcar Campaign
    Robin Budish spends her days rallying support for an idea she says will make downtown Baltimore more livable — building a streetcar line along Charles Street. Budish was hired last fall as community organizer for the Baltimore Streetcar Campaign, a...
  • Jessup start-up named top energy innovator nationally

    A small start-up company in Jessup using cutting-edge chemical technology to improve on the efficiency of lithium ion batteries — think your smart phone or tablet — has been named one of three winners in the U.S. Department of Energy's...
  • Auto show in Baltimore draws shoppers, but mostly dreamers

    Auto show in Baltimore draws shoppers, but mostly dreamers
    They came to the Motor Trend International Auto Show in Baltimore with five cars on their list and a plan to narrow it down to three. "We're moving out of the minivan category because we're now 50-somethings with no kids to haul," said Mindy Doring,...
  • O'Malley should pump his own gas once in a while

    It is obvious that Gov.Martin O'Malleyneither drives a car nor has a boat. He also must not pay tolls, property tax or electric bills, buy food or purchase tags for automobiles, or pay in-state college tuition for non-illegal aliens. If he had to do these...
  • Gas prices stretching toward $4 a gallon

    Gas prices stretching toward $4 a gallon
    "Gas prices are outrageous." Catherine Bell, a 66-year-old Social Security Administration retiree, was not happy Tuesday as she filled up her Chrysler at a Howard Street BP Amoco gas station in Baltimore. "You'll see when you get to retirement and you're...
  • Can a gas tax increase save the bay?

    Can a gas tax increase save the bay?
    Has Gov.Martin O'Malley's broad array of tax increase proposals got you bummed out? Cheer up, there's a bright spot. If Mr. O'Malley succeeds in his plan to impose Maryland's 6 percent sales tax on the purchase of gasoline, he will not only boost...
  • Letter: Gas tax is best way to pay for roads

    Your Feb. 23 article on the proposed gas tax missed a larger point on the gas tax: The gas tax is the most responsible way to pay for roads. For road funding you have only three choices, to subsidize our roads from taxes in other areas like income tax,...
  • In battle for young voters, Romney should play it uncool

    In battle for young voters, Romney should play it uncool
    President Barack Obama's re-election largely hinges on his ability to play young voters for suckers -- again -- and whether Mitt Romneywill let him. In 2008, Mr. Obama won the youth vote by better than a 2-1 margin, 66 percent to 32 percent. Even more...
  • The Fabulous Farm to Table Tour

     
    I was thinking yesterday that everyone and his dog are jumping on the farm-to-table bandwagon. I'm not complaining about the concept, obviously, just the phrase.Pretty soon to distinguish itself, a restaurant will have to offer only exotic foods using...
  • It was 90 degrees and sunny where I was

     
    I took this with me and read it on my trip. At first I was going to send Bucky an e-mail that said, 'Sorry, Bucky. Nice try. But you have to have more food in a post on a food......