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A new Celtic roots band has been attracting attention south of the border with their demo CD and the group is gearing up for local shows this fall.
If you're into classic cars and don't already know about the website BringATrailer.com , you're seriously missing out.
I guess this isn't much of a surprise: Valencia Street's stalwart by-the-pound used clothing store is closing this fall.
Rio SEO, with its award-winning local SEO automation and local listing management software , has been selected as a Factual Trusted Data Contributor.
The local social networking site, Foursquare has announced a few changes that include a new logo, a new look and most significantly a new feature, personalized local search which will be the core focus of their business.
Authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying vehicle burglary suspects after more than 30 cars that were left unlocked were broken into early Monday morning.
Reports of rental scams associated with Craigslist have surfaced. Thieves try to rent homes they don't own, leaving renters out a lot of money.
A Veteran's flag that was supposed to be used as a funeral drape in North Carolina never made it.
It's one thing to make widespread vacation rentals legal. It'a another to make it fit into the fabric of a city without repercussions.
A headless body of a man found in a wooded Michigan park had local police in Michigan wondering how -- and why.
How a year has fluttered by: Prince George's meeting with a butterfly captured in new pictures released to mark him turning one Not tonight dear, I'm too tired, gross, sick or drunk: Frustrated husband creates spreadsheet detailing different reasons why his wife would not have sex with him Philip Seymour Hoffman left his entire $35million fortune ... (more)
Wyoming police said Monday they are releasing disturbing details about a triple homicide - including the search for one of the victim's head and a sex-for-hire arrangement that began on the Craigslist classified and social networking site - because they want the public to understand the severity of the case.
Police continued searching a Wyoming home Sunday for clues in a triple homicide and suicide that stunned the community and left many wondering about a Craigslist connection.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 04:13 am
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