(Nov. 7, 2012) -- "In the short term, Congress and the president have only 49 days to reach consensus on billions of dollars in automatic tax hikes and federal spending cuts set to take effect in January. Congress is scheduled to return to Washington next week to work on the budget and the impending 'fiscal cliff' issue," said Phil Ingrassia, president of RVDA.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- The survey showed that 66 percent of small businesses are spending more time on social media in 2012 than they did in 2011. It also noted that small business owners spent more time on social media, but many struggle with the added workload.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- On Tuesday, the Mandan City Commission passed the first reading of an ordinance that places limits on people living in campers and keeps them from illegally dumping sewage, writes the Bismarck Tribune.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- Winter is fast approaching, and the city of Casper is reminding residents that it’s illegal to store a recreational vehicle on the street, reports K2 Radio.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- GoErie.com reports that Thomas Peckham, the 71-year-old owner of Moon Meadows campground in Greenfield Township, is asking a judge to release him from the Erie County Prison.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- The National Park Service is investigating a reported accidental self-inflicted shooting of an Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore visitor, reports the Chesterton Tribune.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- A long list of recommendations resulting from the discussion is being distributed to and graded by participants. Broad discussion areas included: promotion of the national parks, technology and the national parks, funding the national parks, unifying the parks community and learning from all ages. Conclusions are being formed into possible actions.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- Two of Huntsville's landmarks -- Maple Hill Cemetery and the Five Points neighborhood -- have been added to the National Register of Historic Places, reports al.com.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- The future of Whangaruru Motor Camp in Oakura is uncertain, writes guide2.co.nz. Property developers are eyeing the beachfront site for the potential conversion into a holiday home development.
(Nov. 7, 2012) -- You've invested the hours and dollars to learn and teach the benefits of PullRite, and that commitment should be recognized and supported," he added. "We believe this program will allow you to see a greater return for the hard work you put in and to provide our customers the best value possible."