(Nov. 1, 2011) -- MyFox Phoenix reports that the Yavapai County Sheriff's office is looking to identify the body of a man found by hikers near the Beaver Creek Campground on Aug. 30. A sketch artist has completed a portrait of the man's face with the hope that someone will recognize him.
(Nov. 1, 2011) -- During the holidays, retailers go on a seasonal hiring spree, and like many other companies, Amazon hires "workampers" -- people who travel the country working seasonal or short-term jobs -- at its distribution centers, as the company scrambles to fulfill an influx of orders, reports TechFlash.
(Nov. 1, 2011) -- To continue to stay ahead of rising demand for wireless voice, 3G multimedia and Internet access, Verizon Wireless has expanded its local network in portions of Lorain County, including Findley State Park.
(Nov. 1, 2011) -- Mold can grow anywhere there is warmth and moisture, which makes your RV, camper or other recreational vehicle an ideal location for it to flourish. In particular, mold can flourish in places like the ventilation system, under carpets, in the refrigerator and bathroom and under the seats.
(Nov. 1, 2011) -- mophie is venturing into the great outdoors with today's announcement of its new juice pack outdoor edition, a hardware and GPS app bundle that gives iPhone 4 and 4S users access to twice the battery power and more than 650,000 map images for on-the-go navigation.
(Nov. 1, 2011) -- In 1995, Greeneway RV Sales and Service in Wisconsin Rapids expanded to feature eight bays, which is no longer enough for the busy RV dealer. Greeneway broke ground this week for an expansion that will add 10 more bays, reports the Wausau Daily Herald.
(Nov. 1, 2011) -- The Wilkes Barre Times-Leader reports that government-issued mobile homes are sprouting up in flood-ravaged regions around the Susquehanna River, with more than 150 promised to Luzerne County families. But are they humane habitations or toxic tin cans?
(Nov. 1, 2011) -- According to Lewis and Clark County officials, RV trailers set up by men working at the Drumlummon Mine may constitute an illegal subdivision, violating both county and state laws, reports Helena Independent Record.