(Oct. 5, 2012) -- In an effort to accommodate about 50 recreational vehicles that are not in compliance, the Gulfport City Council unanimously approved changing the city's RV ordinance, making the regulations less rigid, reports Patch.com.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- It turns out that a drink of water ultimately led to the arrest of 23-year-old Michael R. Garza, a Wildwood man accused of multiple burglaries at Cover All Storage, reports the Daily Commercial.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- Seventy-two seedlings planted by a dozen University of Washington Tacoma students Thursday were part of an unofficial memorial to Margaret Anderson, the law enforcement ranger shot and killed Jan. 1 at Mount Rainier National Park, TheNewsTribune.com reports.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- John Gervais, the new general sales manager of Findlay RV in Las Vegas, says the restraints and challenges related to the airline business are pushing more retirees to switch to recreational vehicles, writes the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- Buffalo News reports the U.S. National Park Service has selected a subsidiary of Buffalo-based Delaware North Cos. to run concessions at Shenandoah National Park in Virginia under a new 10-year contract.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- On Oct. 1, Airdrie residents came out in force to provide city council with their views about the proposed Community Standards Bylaw (CSB), specifically the RV section of it, reports the Airdrie City View.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- Enjoy autumn in the outdoors by celebrating Halloween at Nebraska’s state park areas. Pre-Halloween activities will take place at four park areas.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- Rob McFarland, writing in the New Zealand Herald, says that with the help of United Airlines and an El Monte RV hire depot in Orlando, he was able to embark on an RV trip from Florida to New York. He offers his 10 RV trip tips.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- The South Wales Guardian reports that 17 people were evacuated from a housing complex in Betws Saturday afternoon after a camping stove exploded as a man prepared to cook on it.
(Oct. 5, 2012) -- Lewis Campbell, during his first interview as Navistar's CEO, said Thursday that the U.S. truck and engine maker is cutting administrative and engineering spending and may close factories as it works to lower its costs, reports the Chicago Tribune.