Planning an Eco-Friendly Home Renovation

By Nathaniel Sillin Plenty of people are now putting the sun, wind and water to work to cut their energy bill. Should you join them? Before any shift to renewable energy technology, you've got to do some very individualized research and above
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Be cautious when shopping for a car at salvage yards

Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today urged Commonwealth residents to be cautious when considering the purchase of a motor vehicle from salvage yards or automobile repair businesses. These businesses are often where consumers find cheap vehicles advertised for sale. General Kane said it is important to note that these vehicles in (more...)

2015’s Most and Least Risky States for Drivers’ Wallets – WalletHub Report

With the lowest gas prices the U.S. has seen in six years and favorable interest rates driving auto sales that are expected to break records in 2015, the leading personal finance social network WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2015's Most and Least Risky States for Drivers’ Wallets. What kind (more...)

Considering Life Without Owning a Car

By Jason Alderman Most baby boomers couldn't envision their early adult years without a car. However, times are changing and younger commuters are leading the way. According to an October study (http://uspirg.org/reports/usp/millennials-motion) by U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) and the Frontier Group, millennials – those born between 1983 (more...)

Net Neutrality — FCC Regulation Could Cost Consumers $6 Billion

by  on February 17, 2015 | posted in CitiesEconomicsUncategorized As the Federal Communications Commission prepares a proposal to regulate the Internet as a public utility under Title II, all eyes are on the costs (more...)

Don’t Fall for Valentine’s Day Scams

By Jason Alderman On Valentine"s Day, people"s emotions run all over the map – some are head-over-heels and want to shower their loved one with gifts, while others are despondent because currently they have no one special in their life. Whatever your love status, one thing everyone needs to guard (more...)

Digitas Health Lifebrands Named Best Place To Work In Pennsylvania For 2014

Central Penn Business Journal polled employees who put the innovative healthcare marketing agency on top Digitas Health LifeBrands, the leading digital-at-the-core brand agency for the new era of healthcare marketing, has been named one of Pennsylvania’s Best Places to Work by the Central Penn Business Journal, ranking number 9 for 2014. (more...)

Orion Travels Far, Returns Safely to Earth in 1st Test Flight

Orion, NASA’s new spacecraft built to carry humans beyond Earth’s orbit, launched on its first test flight early December 5. After traveling farther than any vehicle built for humans has gone in more than 40 years, it successfully splashed down in the Pacific Ocean. Shown above is the view back toward (more...)

Sickweather Thanksgiving Travel Report 2014

Sickweather is prepared to help Thanksgiving Travelers remain germ free as they travel on the busiest travel day of the year. The attached infographic provides a regional summary of the top illnesses forecast for the US this week along with the some of the busiest travel hubs (more...)

Penn Engineering & Northwestern’s McCormick School:Annual Design Challenge

The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and Applied Science has partnered with Northwestern’s McCormick School of Engineering and thePenn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) for a 24-hour design challenge to encourage healthier eating. Graduate students in the Integrated Product Design program at Penn Engineering and the Engineering Design (more...)

AccuWeather 45-Day Forecast Indicates a Chilly Christmas in Top Ten US Metro Areas

With just 45 days to go, the AccuWeather 45-Day Forecast gives the most detailed picture of what is to come for the biggest holiday of the year AccuWeather Inc., the global leader in weather information and digital media, is the only source for (more...)

Rural in the Digital Age

By Lu Nelsen, lucasn@cfra.org, Center for Rural Affairs The internet is such a powerful tool in modern life, it’s hard for a lot of people to imagine going through their daily routine without using it in some capacity. But for some people in rural (more...)

Rosetta Watches Comet Fire Its Jets

In a montage of four new photos of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, a region of jet activity can be seen at the neck of the comet. These jets, originating from several locations, are a product of ices sublimating and gases escaping from inside the nucleus. The images were captured by the (more...)

How to Pay Less for a New Car

By Jason Alderman Late last year, my wife and I were in the unenviable position of needing to shop for a new car, since the used car lease I'd assumed was about to expire. I knew it would probably have to last until my kids were well into college, so I (more...)

NASA’s RapidScat Keeps Watchful Eye on Ocean Storms

On September 20, NASA launched an Earth science mission that is a hit with researchers and forecasters of hurricanes and other tropical cyclones. Designed and built at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, and lodged on the exterior of the International Space Station, the ISS-RapidScat scatterometer measures surface wind (more...)

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