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Topic - Sunoco
) is an American petroleum and petrochemical manufacturer headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, formerly known as Sun Company Inc. (1886–1920 and 1976–1998) and Sun Oil Co. (1920–1976). - Source: Wikipedia
Two Hernando County Sheriff's deputies were in the right place at the right time when they stopped at a Sunoco station in Brooksville for a soda.
Ron and Sallie Cox's house in North Strabane Township is nestled behind a lush forest they are fighting to protect from a new natural gas pipeline inching toward their property.
Pittsburgh police have released surveillance video of a pizza shop robbery in which a clerk is wounded by a gunman.
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Work trucks with hound dogs riding shotgun rule the roads in Lapeer, where the corn stands taller than a junior high girl on a growth spurt. Behind white picket fences protecting comforting clapboard houses, flags sway patriotically in the breeze. Inside one of them, someone likely holds a $337 million secret.
A would-be thief armed with a knife and tear gas attempted to rob two men Tuesday night at a Prince George's County gas station who turned out to be off-duty Metropolitan Police Department officers, according to town of Edmonston police.
Companies in July advertised the most jobs in three years, and layoffs declined - a bit of hope for a weak economy. Still, many employers are in no rush to fill openings.
NASCAR will move from unleaded fuel to an ethanol blend in all three of its national series beginning next season.