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GETTING YOUR DRIVING/FUEL PERMIT
The best way to get adjusted to life in the U.K. is to immerse in the new culture early on. If you’re afraid to tackle it alone, ask a friend or coworker who has been living here awhile to show you the ropes.
Big Ben, Parliament, the London Eye, the list goes on of the must-see historic treasures of London, England. While the flashy settings you’ve seen in movies are truly incredible, take time to step onto the quieter streets to discover some of my favorite hidden London gems.
WASHINGTON (Tribune News Service) — Jimmy Farmer Sr. sat in front of the crowd gathered at the French Embassy in Washington, looking spiffy in his dark blue jacket, white shirt and patriotic tie.
You’re flying down the Autobahn at thrilling speeds, jetting off on another European adventure (or on your way home from one). Suddenly, a sea of red fills the windshield — brake lights as far as the eye can see.
Spring has sprung and so has annual German road construction. Road crews are popping up faster than poppies in a field.
The long Easter holiday in Germany draws crowds of tourists from all over the world each year. After a long, gray winter, it’s the perfect time to enjoy the country’s sites in beautiful spring weather.
Drivers and residents in Landstuhl and Weilerbach will need to add a few extra minutes and patience during their daily commutes. Two construction projects will cause portions of main thoroughfares to be closed for an extended period of time.
Weilerbach
On Wednesday, March 22, members from the Armed Forces Agency uncovered a 500-pound World War II-era bomb at a construction site in Einsiedlerhof. A controlled disposal of the ordinance is scheduled to take place Sunday, March 26 at approximately 11 a.m.
The Armed Forces Agency discovered a 500-pound World War II-era bomb in a construction site in Einsiedlerhof, Wednesday. The site has been cordoned off and disarmament of the bomb will take place Sunday, March 26. A 500-meter radius area around the site will be evacuated.
In 2016, 98 traffic accidents were reported in the 5-kilometer-long construction zone of A6 in Kaiserslautern. This number is up 46 percent from the previous year. High speed, erratic driving and tailgating were the primary causes of these accidents.
KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — “We fixed it.” AFN Kaiserslautern will switch to a U.S. friendly frequency January 18, 2017, at 11:00 AM to allow local listeners to access the station in American vehicles.
*** TRAFFIC ADVISORY ***Expect significant traffic congestion and delays on the A6 surrounding the Ramstein/Landstuhl exchange, 8-31 August.
Construction crews are continuing to make repairs to the pavement on roadways throughout Kaiserslautern this week.  
Heads up, KMC! Plan ahead to avoid heavy traffic on and around the A6 this weekend.
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany -- Clothes hang on racks waiting to be donned while shoes sit on the shelves ready for a new pair of feet to walk in them.