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Thursday, 08 November 2018 22:59

Albany, GA, Technical College Students Return to Classrooms

Written by Terry Lewis, Albany Herald

Albany, GA, Technical College students returned to campus Oct. 22 for the first time since the arrival of Hurricane Michael on Oct. 10.

Monday, 05 November 2018 23:38

Vanceboro, NC, Used Car Lot Is Likely Subject of Insurance Fraud

Written by Bill Hand, Sun Journal

The Craven County Sheriff’s Office and CNET (Coastal Narcotics Enforcement Team) have made what investigators say is a major drug bust, and very likely a major insurance fraud bust as well, at a used car dealership in Vanceboro, NC.

Friday, 26 October 2018 15:23

AL Lawmakers Get Closer to Passing Hands-Free Driving Laws

Written by Patience Itson, Bham Now

Hey drivers! Put down that cell phone because Alabama is on the verge of passing hands-free driving laws in March 2019.

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 21:09

Dickinson Fleet Services Acquires Truck City Body Co., Fleet Technology & Maintenance Corp. in FL

Written by Alex Brown, Inside INdiana Business

Indianapolis-based Dickinson Fleet Services is growing its footprint in south Florida.

Tuesday, 23 October 2018 23:14

Feds Shut Down Ill-Advised Driverless School Bus Tests in FL

Written by Tristan Greene, The Next Web

A technology company operating in Babcock Ranch, FL, was ordered by the U.S. Department of Transportation on Oct. 19 to cease activity on a pilot program using autonomous vehicles to transport school children.

Thursday, 04 October 2018 20:05

Florence Impact on Insurers Tempered by Mostly Uninsured Flood Losses

Written by Amy O’Connor, Insurance Journal

Insurance industry losses from Hurricane Florence, which hit the Carolinas mid-September as a Category 1 storm, will be manageable and not have a severe impact on insurers, according to experts.

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