(June 20, 2018) -- The ConnecT is a WiFi extender designed to take weak WiFi signals and boost them for better reception inside the RV. The ConnecT antenna is placed high up on the RVs roof giving better line of sight to the WiFi signal source. It then amplifies the signal and rebroadcasts it inside the whole RV.
(June 20, 2018) -- After learning more about RV surge protectors, I found the better options are electrical management systems (EMS) which do more than just protect against surges.
(June 20, 2018) -- The housing market in West Michigan continues to boom and while realtors say selling a house is relatively easy, finding one to buy can be difficult and take time.
(June 20, 2018) -- A grand opening is planned June 30 at the revamped Waconda Visitor and Education Center at Glen Elder State Park, with tours of the new education center, activities and refreshments planned at 9 a.m. and a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10.
(June 20, 2018) -- Revenues for the Fiscal 2018 third quarter ended May 26 were $562.3 million, an increase of 18.0% compared to $476.4 million for the Fiscal 2017 period. Gross profit was $85.5 million, an increase of 20.8% compared to $70.8 million for the Fiscal 2017 period.
(June 20, 2018) -- Residents at a Pharr R.V. park called Channel 5 News after they had trouble driving through their roads Tuesday afternoon.
(June 20, 2018) -- The project is a new 32-mile, single track trail that will descend 6,000 feet from the Grand Mesa into Palisade. It was part of Governor John Hickenlooper's 'Colorado 16' project to promote trails and outdoor recreation in the state.
(June 20, 2018) -- The 41 available parcels are all in Rogers Township, and are being put up for auction because they are isolated from other DNR-managed land or are difficult to manage.
(June 20, 2018) -- Forest River, Inc. has been fined by the Indiana Occupational Safety Health Administration for fall hazards at their Primetime facility on SR 19 in Wakarusa, according to an IOSHA complaint.
(June 20, 2018) -- Townsend residents would be able to park their campers and recreational vehicles on their property — but not in their front yards — under a zoning amendment approved by the Townsend Planning Commission last week.