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August 5, 2013

DIY for your IRA: What you should know about self-directing

DIY for your IRA: What you should know about self-directing

Ups and downs in the current market and recent corporate and banking scandals have prompted many people to seek ways to have more control over their retirement funds. Self-directed IRAs…

Washing your car at home can do more harm than good

Washing your car at home can do more harm than good

Whether a Saturday morning ritual or a charity fundraiser, washing vehicles on driveways, parking lots and streets can do far more harm than good. That’s because the dirty water entering…

After the rubber hits the road: What becomes of expired truck tires?

After the rubber hits the road: What becomes of expired truck tires?

If current oil prices, motorist demand and refinery production trends continue, gas prices should drop to between $ 3.20 and $ 3.40 per gallon by mid-summer, according to AAA. This…

Driving with dogs: Tips to keep everyone in the car safe

Driving with dogs: Tips to keep everyone in the car safe

It’s only natural for man’s best friend to stay close by his master’s side, but for dog owners who drive frequently, bringing Fido along for the ride can be risky.…

Five budget-friendly outdoor living space solutions

Five budget-friendly outdoor living space solutions

As summer approaches, you’re probably dreaming of a luxurious outdoor retreat ideal for al fresco lunches, cookouts with friends or lazy afternoons spent sunbathing. While you also may be wondering…

Baby boomers and age-related eye disease

Baby boomers and age-related eye disease

As the population continues to age at an unprecedented rate, the concern about age-related eye disease comes more into focus. According to the US Census Bureau, the population of adults…

Greener decorating for your deck and patio

Greener decorating for your deck and patio

Outdoor living spaces cry out for an eco-friendly touch. Whether you’re adding a patio, updating a deck or livening up your landscaping, the last thing you want to do is…

Leonardis Charged with Attempted Murder

Leonardis Charged with Attempted Murder

Robert Leonardis, 22, of Hackensack, has also been charged with possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, possession of a handgun without a permit and obstruction. Bail has been…

The sweet taste of spring

The sweet taste of spring

Spring has sprung, along with one of the sweetest treats of the season – fresh sweet corn. Over the last few years, fresh sweet corn has become a spring vegetable…