‘It’s been a joy’: Henrico non-profit repairs, donates cars to those in need

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) – One unique Central Virginia non-profit is helping people get their cars repaired and back on the road, for not even a dime out of their pockets. The organization’s employees and volunteers work out of the backyard of New Life Baptist Church in Henrico. Mechanics of Faith has helped a little …

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New year, new classrooms, new dress codes and bus schedules :: WRAL.com

By WRAL News Where has the summer gone? Hundreds of thousands of students return to traditional calendar schools Monday in districts across North Carolina. Wake County by the numbers Wake County is the largest district in the state, serving 159,000 students and operating 198 schools. Two new schools are opening this year, Apex Friendship Elementary …

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Dodge HEMI® Challenge Returns to the ‘Big Go’ for its 21st Edition

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Aug. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dodge HEMI® Challenge Returns to the “Big Go” for its 21st Edition at Indianapolis NHRA’s longest-running specialty race showcases Super Stock 1968 Dodge Darts and Plymouth Barracudas in head-to-head battles at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park Dodge HEMI® Challenge Grand Marshal and renowned Direct Connection drag racer …

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What to do if your car breaks down: advice for motorway and minor road breakdowns

It doesn’t matter how old you are or how long you’ve been driving, the sensation of a car suddenly slowing down, ebbing power, is one that sparks feelings of frustration, anger and dread. Especially if you’re on the motorway. Finding yourself in a car broken down on any kind of road if bad enough but …

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SF Police Chief Releases Statement In Support of Officers’ Decision to Not Arrest Alleged Catalytic Converter Thief

After catching an enormous amount of flak for releasing an alleged catalytic converter villain — and, apparently, giving him directions on how to get back home — SF Police Chief William Scott released a statement just before the weekend, supporting the decision of the officers who didn’t ‘t arrest the man. Catalytic converter thefts in …

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