New York's local fracking bans challenged in top court
New York's cities and towns shouldn't be able to block hydraulic fracturing within their borders because such prohibitions are trumped by state law, opponents of the bans told the state's highest court.
Google unveils company-designed driverless vehicle prototypes
Google has designed its own self-driving vehicles that transport passengers at the push of a button as it aims to spread the new automotive technology, co- founder Sergey Brin said.
Airfare honesty? It may be an oxymoron
The issue of fare advertising has taken on a renewed sense of urgency now that Congress is considering removing the Transportation Department's full-fare advertising rule, which requires airlines and ticket sellers to display a price that you can actually book.
Cline graduate of MS College School of Law
Mississippi College School of Law, in Jackson, Miss., is proud to announce that Jeremy Nicholas Cline, of Cullman, recently graduated with a Doctor of Jurisprudence in December of 2013. Cline is the son of Othman Alzoubi of Amman, Jordan, and Carol Cline of Cullman.
Spa-4-Paws celebrates opening with ribbon cutting
The town of Holly Pond is extremely excited to welcome Spa-4-Paws to the community! Spa-4-Paws is a full service grooming facility that just had their grand opening May 3.
Medical Weight Loss Center’s grand opening
The ribbon cutting and grand opening festivities for the new Medical Weight Loss Clinic located in North Cullman Shopping Center beside Belk was held Thursday, May 8, 2014. Mayor Max Townsend was on hand to cut the ribbon with business owners, Hannah Erickson, Jerry Dew and Brenda Dew.
Netflix cracks cable market in deals with 3 providers
Netflix Inc. has signed deals with three U.S. pay-TV operators, putting the video-streaming service on an equal footing with traditional cable networks like HBO for the first time in the domestic market.
Do White Castle prices tell us anything about the minimum wage?
The paper looked at how many delicious steamed sliders the minimum wage has been able to purchase over time. The point is that as it notes, in 1981, the $3.35 minimum could buy a whole dozen. Today, at $7.25, it could purchase just 10.
Long-term unemployed are still strong hires, study shows
People who have been out of work for an extended period, once hired, tend to be just as productive on the job as those with more typical work histories, according to an analysis of almost 20,000 employees.
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