(Jan. 23, 2012) -- The Globe and Mail reports Alberta RCMP are trying to find a welder who may have information in the case of two missing seniors.
(Jan. 23, 2012) -- From Greer, S.C., WSPA reports the sluggish economy has some local residents turning to a different place to live: area RV parks.
(Jan. 23, 2012) -- Florida-based Millennium Luxury Coaches was featured in a “Tricked Out Trailers” episode of the Travel Channel’s popular “Ultimate Travel Series,” which aired Saturday, reports Examiner.com.
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(Jan. 23, 2012) -- Brian Miller, manager at Grand Lake St. Marys State Park, hopes that as the weather warms, their destination will once again be Ohio's largest inland lake. To help bring that about, the state is once again offering discounts at the park, reports the Dayton Daily News.
(Jan. 23, 2012) -- Monroe County Sheriff's Deputies Scott Ward and Spenser Bryan responded to reports that a motorhome was on fire at Seahorse Campground on Big Pine Key just before 10 p.m. After attempting a rescue, they discovered the body of a 65-year-old man inside.
(Jan. 23, 2012) -- Some warn that chain restaurants, weddings, flea markets and corporate events taking over parks could be the future if New Jersey goes forward with plans to privatize parts of its park system, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
(Jan. 23, 2012) -- Navistar, which manufactures an exhaust-regulation technology to control admissions, hoped to force the Environmental Protection Agency to recall its competitors' Model Year 2010 heavy-duty diesel engines because they relied on selective catalyst reduction to meet EPA standards, according to Courthouse News.
(Jan. 23, 2012) -- If the occupancy rate at Beavermead Campground grew to 33 percent, spending in the community would climb to $265,435. It would generate $321,739 at 40 percent and $402,174 at 50 percent occupancy, according to the Peterborough Examiner.
(Jan. 23, 2012) -- An influx of pipeline workers for the oil and gas industry is providing a burst of economic activity in the Marietta area and filling local RV parks, the Marietta Times reported.