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Statesboro Herald
Do not passWhile Monday's collision between a school bus and tractor-trailer rig did not i
Do not pass
Statesboro Herald / Posted yesterday
While Monday's collision between a school bus and tractor-trailer rig did not involve illegal passing, it calls attention to the fact that a vast number of drivers do not obey laws regarding school bus safety. The man driving the 18-wheeler told... Read more
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Arkansas Business
StudioMAIN Developing LR Financial QuarterWoodruff knows the vision is a big one, and he doesn’t expect it to take off ov
StudioMAIN Developing LR Financial Quarter
Arkansas Business / Posted 2 days ago
Woodruff knows the vision is a big one, and he doesn’t expect it to take off overnight. But the River Market started off as just a dream, he noted. In the meantime, the marathon pre-event will serve as the Financial Quarter’s launching point. “We’re... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Bike ahead in Conway: Pass at all?Sir: In Conway there are many streets that are two lanes, no shoulders, and str
Bike ahead in Conway: Pass at all?
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Sir: In Conway there are many streets that are two lanes, no shoulders, and striped as no passing. That is, double yellow. Some of these streets are posted as "bicycle friendly." To be clear, if I come up behind a bicycle on one of these streets,... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Westland police troubled by string of pedestrian accidents on Venoy RoadWESTLAND, Mich. - Two pedestrians killed within the span of a month crossing Ve
Westland police troubled by string of pedestrian accidents on Venoy Road
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 6 days ago
WESTLAND, Mich. - Two pedestrians killed within the span of a month crossing Venoy Road in Westland have police worried about the safety of people crossing the busy street. The latest crash happened last Friday, when a Kim Weinkoff, 55, was killed... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Kindergartner asks drivers to slow down in his school zoneCLAY COUNTY, Fla. - Cars speeding in school zones is a growing issue in Clay Co
Kindergartner asks drivers to slow down in his school zone
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 6 days ago
CLAY COUNTY, Fla. - Cars speeding in school zones is a growing issue in Clay County, causing major scares for crossing guards, students and parents, according to deputies. The Clay County Sheriff’s Office said it’s seen a rise in careless and... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Simple solution is put in a crosswalk lightEditor, the Advocate: This flap about Ben Wilson Street and the University of
Simple solution is put in a crosswalk light
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
Editor, the Advocate: This flap about Ben Wilson Street and the University of Houston-Victoria is ludicrous. It seems the university is telling us its students are too stupid to cross a street without stepping in front of a moving vehicle. If that... Read more
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Garden City News
Reconsider vote | January 29, 2016To the Editor: It is with sadness that we witnessed the board's vote against t
Reconsider vote | January 29, 2016
Garden City News / Posted 12 days ago
To the Editor: It is with sadness that we witnessed the board's vote against the removal of the over SIX foot fence in Franklin Court with a gate which must be unlocked each morning and locked at dusk by a village employee. According to the board,... Read more
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J Weekly
Keep on trekkin’: William Shatner beams down to San FranciscoIt was just after Hanukkah in 1958, and William Shatner was in the land of Isra
Keep on trekkin’: William Shatner beams down to San Francisco
J Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
It was just after Hanukkah in 1958, and William Shatner was in the land of Israel. He was in Bethlehem, along with Ralph Bellamy in a holiday vignette called “Light One Candle.” They played Roman tax collectors; their scene was part of “The... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Solution for Ben Wilson is to install traffic lightEditor, the Advocate: Regarding the issue of what to do with Ben Wilson Street
Solution for Ben Wilson is to install traffic light
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
Editor, the Advocate: Regarding the issue of what to do with Ben Wilson Street: Install a traffic light. At the beginning of each semester have a class to teach students that a red light means do not cross and that when the light turns green, look... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Police patrols aimed at keeping children safeYOUNG Corry Cook aspires to be a police officer. The 10-year-old Year 5 studen
Police patrols aimed at keeping children safe
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
YOUNG Corry Cook aspires to be a police officer. The 10-year-old Year 5 student at Mackay Central State Primary School knows the ins and outs of how to be safe on the streets. Walking to and from school from South Mackay each day has really helped... Read more
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Kiama Independent
New LOOK for road crossingsWollongong City Council has rolled out stencilled LOOK signs across the city to
New LOOK for road crossings
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
Wollongong City Council has rolled out stencilled LOOK signs across the city to remind pedestrians to look left at the traffic, look right, and then left again before crossing the road. LOOK: One of the new signs at a Warrawong crossing to remind... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
New LOOK for road crossingsWollongong City Council has rolled out stencilled LOOK signs across the city to
New LOOK for road crossings
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 18 days ago
Wollongong City Council has rolled out stencilled LOOK signs across the city to remind pedestrians to look left at the traffic, look right, and then left again before crossing the road. LOOK: One of the new signs at a Warrawong crossing to remind... Read more
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FOX News
Why I am not forcing my kids to believe in GodIt’s no surprise I take heat from passionate readers on occasion; it’s part of
Why I am not forcing my kids to believe in God
FOX News / Posted 19 days ago
It’s no surprise I take heat from passionate readers on occasion; it’s part of the gig. Although my columns are rarely controversial, they often touch on faith, and anything I publish on religion tends to lure the opinionated to the pulpit. I get... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Proof that smartphones are bad for our health: distracted walking now a hazardDeath, incidentally, grabs the headlines. But where distracted walking is invol
Proof that smartphones are bad for our health: distracted walking now a hazard
TheStreet.com / Posted 20 days ago
Death, incidentally, grabs the headlines. But where distracted walking is involved, it’s the exception. Said Thousand Oaks, Calif. dentist Justin Sycamore: “I would imagine that the problem may not lead to many fatalities but mainly minor injuries.... Read more
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Deseret News
Wright Words: Why I'm not forcing my kids to believe in GodI’m sitting at my desk one quiet early morning working away when an email arriv
Wright Words: Why I'm not forcing my kids to believe in God
Deseret News / Posted 22 days ago
I’m sitting at my desk one quiet early morning working away when an email arrives. Because of the specific address it’s sent to, I know before even opening it that it’s feedback on one my weekly columns. What I don’t yet know is how long I’ll end up... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Lawmaker challenges California’s $500 fine for right-turn violationsIf you get caught running a red light, straight through, you’ll be fined $500,
Lawmaker challenges California’s $500 fine for right-turn violations
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 23 days ago
If you get caught running a red light, straight through, you’ll be fined $500, give or take a few dollars, in California. But what if you creep up to the intersection, with your right-turn signal blinking, look both ways, and make a slow right turn... Read more
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TribLIVE
Review: Judith Robbins Rose’s ‘Look Both Ways in the Barrio Blanco’ is fresh, heartwarmingWhen we first meet 11-year-old Jacinta Juarez, she's late for her afternoon enr
Review: Judith Robbins Rose’s ‘Look Both Ways in the Barrio Blanco’ is fresh, heartwarming
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
When we first meet 11-year-old Jacinta Juarez, she's late for her afternoon enrichment program at the youth center and — not uncharacteristically — in a big rush. She doesn't want to miss out on her big chance to meet someone famous: local news... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Our grandchildren are wild. Is it time to employ old-school discipline?The parents (now separated) of our grandchildren have been liberal and loving w
Our grandchildren are wild. Is it time to employ old-school discipline?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
The parents (now separated) of our grandchildren have been liberal and loving with their two children, aged 4 and 9. But I would say that the discipline part of love has not been employed consistently or with enough follow-through, even before the... Read more
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DNA Info
You Told Us: What Should Be Done to Make This Intersection Safer?Southbound traffic on York Avenue is stopped while northbound traffic continues
You Told Us: What Should Be Done to Make This Intersection Safer?
DNA Info / Posted 27 days ago
Southbound traffic on York Avenue is stopped while northbound traffic continues on. View Full Caption You Told Us is a regular feature highlighting comments from users in the communities DNAinfo covers. YORKVILLE — Readers were divided over what to... Read more
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The Gadsden Times
Runner’s accident shows need for greater road-sharing awareness

A Gadsden woman was injured Dec. 29 in the kind of incident anyone who ever

Runner’s accident shows need for greater road-sharing awareness
The Gadsden Times / Posted 30 days ago

A Gadsden woman was injured Dec. 29 in the kind of incident anyone who ever laced up running shoes fears — she was sideswiped or clipped by a truck while out for a morning run.

She lives in the Bellevue Drive area and often runs there, but... Read more

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