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The Daily Sentinel
Rebirth of a Riverfront: The legacy of Las Colonias By Bennett Boeschenstein With the pending construction of Las Colonias River
Rebirth of a Riverfront: The legacy of Las Colonias
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
By Bennett Boeschenstein With the pending construction of Las Colonias Riverfront Park Phase 2, it is time to reflect on the history of this site and the tremendous effort that it took to clean it... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Huntington, WV prepares plan for brownfield redevelopmentPart of Huntington’s Highlawn neighborhood has suffered as its industrial base
Huntington, WV prepares plan for brownfield redevelopment
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 4 days ago
Part of Huntington’s Highlawn neighborhood has suffered as its industrial base has declined in the past couple of decades, but city officials hope — no, expect — a redevelopment plan to reverse that. The neighborhood bounded by the Marshall... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Owners of Fisher, Kahn buildings look to develop underserved areas of Detroit Photo by Ara Howrani Platform’s principals, from left: Peter Cummings, Mike H
Owners of Fisher, Kahn buildings look to develop underserved areas of Detroit
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 5 days ago
Photo by Ara Howrani Platform’s principals, from left: Peter Cummings, Mike Hammon, Dietrich Knoer. Platform's principals It was 4:30 a.m. one Friday, and Peter Cummings... Read more
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MLive.com
Ypsilanti approves $750K tax break for affordable housing developerThe city of Ypsilanti has approved a tax break worth up to $750,000 for a devel
Ypsilanti approves $750K tax break for affordable housing developer
MLive.com / Posted 7 days ago
The city of Ypsilanti has approved a tax break worth up to $750,000 for a developer planning a mixed-use retail and affordable housing project on Water Street. Herman & Kittle is developing plans for the approximately $13 million project, which will... Read more
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The Alpena News
City closer to changing 2nd Avenue to two-wayCity Engineer Rich Sullegner said the initial goal was to have the road work co
City closer to changing 2nd Avenue to two-way
The Alpena News / Posted 8 days ago
City Engineer Rich Sullegner said the initial goal was to have the road work completed by Memorial Day, but because of the scope of the project and the availability of contractors the project was pushed back a bit. He said now the work should take... Read more
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Miami New Times
Florida Teens With Life Sentences Fight for Freedom After Supreme Court WinOn a Sunday afternoon one week before Easter 1999, Mark Williams pulled his SUV
Florida Teens With Life Sentences Fight for Freedom After Supreme Court Win
Miami New Times / Posted 9 days ago
On a Sunday afternoon one week before Easter 1999, Mark Williams pulled his SUV into the parking lot outside his estranged wife's West Palm Beach apartment with his 11-year-old son Lamatra riding shotgun. For most of his life, Lamatra had shuffled... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Melton Hill campground conceals cutting-edge technologies for saving energyhis grandson Liam, 5, on sustainable coal ash pavers underneath the "solar flar
Melton Hill campground conceals cutting-edge technologies for saving energy
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
his grandson Liam, 5, on sustainable coal ash pavers underneath the "solar flare" at Melton Hill Campground outside Lenoir City on Friday. The flare is one of multiple sustainable features the campground has. (CAITIE MCMEKIN/NEWS SENTINEL) Two... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Notebook: Wal-Mart might build market on BaymeadowsCommons shopping center on Baymeadows Road. Bailey’s Health & Fitness left the
Sunday Notebook: Wal-Mart might build market on Baymeadows
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 10 days ago
Commons shopping center on Baymeadows Road. Bailey’s Health & Fitness left the center in January and moved to the corner of Baymeadows and Philips Highway. None of the parties involved are commenting on the plans yet: Not Wal-Mart, not the... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
CARTA's Bike Chattanooga Wins Sustainable Transportation AwardThe Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, in partnership with t
CARTA's Bike Chattanooga Wins Sustainable Transportation Award
The Chattanoogan / Posted 12 days ago
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, in partnership with the Tennessee Department of Transportation, announced on Friday the winners of the department’s 2016 Sustainable Transportation Awards. Chattanooga Area Regional... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
At Motor City Comic Con: Paul SorvinoThe father of Oscar-winning actress Mira Sorvino has a long and distinguished l
At Motor City Comic Con: Paul Sorvino
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
The father of Oscar-winning actress Mira Sorvino has a long and distinguished list of credits dating back to the 1970s. Sorvino made his rep in Hollywood playing imposing authority figures on both sides of the law: He played mob bosses in 1990�s... Read more
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The Aspen Times
News briefsThe fare for the bus ride to Maroon Lake will increase $2 this summer, the Roar
News briefs
The Aspen Times / Posted 13 days ago
The fare for the bus ride to Maroon Lake will increase $2 this summer, the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority board of directors decided Thursday. The fee will increase from $6 to $8 for adults. The fare for youth 6 to 16 years old and seniors 65... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
RFTA, city come to terms on 8th Street connectionThe city of Glenwood Springs’ long-envisioned plan to punch a permanent new str
RFTA, city come to terms on 8th Street connection
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 13 days ago
The city of Glenwood Springs’ long-envisioned plan to punch a permanent new street connection into downtown from the west took a significant step forward Thursday. Meeting in Glenwood Springs for the occasion, the Roaring Fork Transportation... Read more
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The Marietta Times
New sewer linewe currently have a 10-inch cast iron force main under the Muskingum that was p
New sewer line
The Marietta Times / Posted 14 days ago
we currently have a 10-inch cast iron force main under the Muskingum that was put in place during the 1950s," explained city engineer Joe Tucker. "That line is too small, so at times of high flows we often have sewer backups on the west side of... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
As Detroit rebuilds, a small arts group must vacateeducation programs to the Harmonie Park neighborhood in downtown Detroit. Desp
As Detroit rebuilds, a small arts group must vacate
Detroit Free Press / Posted 14 days ago
education programs to the Harmonie Park neighborhood in downtown Detroit. Despite struggling financially, the small nonprofit arts organization focused primarily on African-American culture has offered space to performers, grassroots... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
New Braunfels will hire up to 30 new 'reserve' officers to help patrol rivers for tubing seasonThe New Braunfels Police Department will be out in full force with an extra set
New Braunfels will hire up to 30 new 'reserve' officers to help patrol rivers for tubing season
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
The New Braunfels Police Department will be out in full force with an extra set of officers for what is expected to be a good season for tubing down the river. The New Braunfels City Council on Monday approved a request by Police Chief Tom Wibert to... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
$84 million committed to three Indy neighborhoods through Great Places 2020 initiativetravel. Click here for more on this project. The next winning neighborhood is
$84 million committed to three Indy neighborhoods through Great Places 2020 initiative
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 15 days ago
travel. Click here for more on this project. The next winning neighborhood is Michigan Street and King Avenue, now called River West. Their crowdfunding project will raise funds to build a multi-generational art park where Indy’s young people can... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Farmers market at Howard County General Hospital kicks off seasonAfter his diagnosis of a heart disease in 2002, Anthony Ruiz, now 56, says his
Farmers market at Howard County General Hospital kicks off season
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
After his diagnosis of a heart disease in 2002, Anthony Ruiz, now 56, says his overall physical activity was drastically limited, leaving him with little to do after his condition forced him to retire from his job in the printing industry. Missing... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Non-profit news: Week of May 9, 2016The Woman’s Club of Haworth will hold an outdoor craft and flea market from 10
Non-profit news: Week of May 9, 2016
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 17 days ago
The Woman’s Club of Haworth will hold an outdoor craft and flea market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 15 at the Terrace Street park and parking lot. 201-385-1247. The Foundation for FARE (Food, Allergies, Research and Education) will benefit from all... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
TARTA shifting focus for new hubsites near Jackson and Huron streets having been thrown under the bus by object
TARTA shifting focus for new hub
The Toledo Blade / Posted 17 days ago
sites near Jackson and Huron streets having been thrown under the bus by objections, the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority now is focusing on a location it already controls to build a new downtown hub. The TARTA Park Station located at... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Hotel chain moving into old Chattanooga Bank Building after renovation revealedDevelopers are moving ahead to remake the 10-story Chattanooga Bank Building do
Hotel chain moving into old Chattanooga Bank Building after renovation revealed
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
Developers are moving ahead to remake the 10-story Chattanooga Bank Building downtown into an Aloft Hotel — a trendy, boutique brand that will offer about 150 rooms and valet parking. Work on the $31 million project to restore the 89-year-old... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
Plans filed for Costco Wholesale on WestsideFriday, May 6, 11:51 AM EDT Landowner Thomas Dumas, who leads Harmony Farms of
Plans filed for Costco Wholesale on Westside
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 19 days ago
Friday, May 6, 11:51 AM EDT Landowner Thomas Dumas, who leads Harmony Farms of Jacksonville LLC, filed plans with the city and with the St. Johns River Water Management District for permits at a 43.72-acre site. Costco Wholesale is shown as a... Read more
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Shelbyville Times-Gazette
Destinations & Diversions: Cars, kayaks, a fish fry and a foreign fellow$15 at the door; call 680-0066. Children under 12 eat free. Other places to dr
Destinations & Diversions: Cars, kayaks, a fish fry and a foreign fellow
Shelbyville Times-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
$15 at the door; call 680-0066. Children under 12 eat free. Other places to drop your line this weekend: The Celebration City Region AACA Car Club will hold a car and truck show and swap meet Saturday on the Celebration grounds. There will be... Read more
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The Herald News
Community preservation awards give hope to 11 Fall River projects FALL RIVER — Beautifying and re-opening the landscape with overlook views of
Community preservation awards give hope to 11 Fall River projects
The Herald News / Posted 20 days ago
FALL RIVER — Beautifying and re-opening the landscape with overlook views of Mount Hope Bay and a kids’ splash pad at Kennedy Park, a similar pad at Pulaski Park and preservation... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Impressions of India: New Delhi via New Havenfourth time in the past dozen years – my first trip to India since an April 201
Impressions of India: New Delhi via New Haven
New Haven Independent / Posted 20 days ago
fourth time in the past dozen years – my first trip to India since an April 2014 visit that occasioned “Notes on a Nation of 1.2 Billion.” With that population now estimated at 1.25 billion, some impressions follow in this latest installment of an... Read more
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Columbia County Observer
FWC Rules: "Chain Saw" Jack Berry & Gov Scott's Board Must Save Tree with Hawks Nest, For NowFWC Rules: "Chain Saw" Jack Berry & Gov Scott's Board Must Save Tree with Hawks
FWC Rules: "Chain Saw" Jack Berry & Gov Scott's Board Must Save Tree with Hawks Nest, For Now
Columbia County Observer / Posted 20 days ago
FWC Rules: "Chain Saw" Jack Berry & Gov Scott's Board Must Save Tree with Hawks Nest, For Now Mid April photo of hawk in tree scheduled for demolition by Chain Saw Jack and the Gov's Board. (courtesy) COLUMBIA COUNTY, FL – Two days ago, the... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Plans announced for 12-story office condo building at Sixth and Hamilton in AllentownConstruction is expected to begin in mid-September on a $45 million, 12-story o
Plans announced for 12-story office condo building at Sixth and Hamilton in Allentown
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 21 days ago
Construction is expected to begin in mid-September on a $45 million, 12-story office building at Sixth and Hamilton streets in Allentown, in what developers say will help attract even more successful, proven businesses into the heart of the city’s... Read more
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Philboxing
Arizona Boxing News & Notes With Don Smith: True Pac-Man Fan Passes, Arizona Boxing & MoreShe succeeded in bringing four of her five children to American soil; Rolando J
Arizona Boxing News & Notes With Don Smith: True Pac-Man Fan Passes, Arizona Boxing & More
Philboxing / Posted 21 days ago
She succeeded in bringing four of her five children to American soil; Rolando Jr. (a son) made the regrettable mistake of admitting to INS authorities that he had smoked Marijuana as a youth; so the confession cost him an expected trip to America.... Read more
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The Express-Times
Major changes coming to South Side Bethlehem skylineTuesday night Bethelehem City Council voted 5-2 to back up to $17.5 million of
Major changes coming to South Side Bethlehem skyline
The Express-Times / Posted 22 days ago
Tuesday night Bethelehem City Council voted 5-2 to back up to $17.5 million of bonds that the city parking authority plans to take out to fund a 626-space parking deck at New Street and Graham Place. The garage is needed to support developer Dennis... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Aspen Power Plant unveils lease proposalOrganizers of the Aspen Power Plant project on Monday revealed the lease condit
Aspen Power Plant unveils lease proposal
The Aspen Times / Posted 23 days ago
Organizers of the Aspen Power Plant project on Monday revealed the lease conditions they are seeking from their landlord, the Aspen city government. Proposed terms of the lease include having a sound-management system, operating until 10 p.m. each... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
March 2016 Flash Floodingcenters still open to help Bossier, Caddo flood survivors FEMA has a disaster
March 2016 Flash Flooding
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 23 days ago
centers still open to help Bossier, Caddo flood survivors FEMA has a disaster recovery center open on the ground floor of Independence Stadium in Shreveport. (Source: Shayne Wright/KSLA News 12) FEMA is reminding flood survivors looking for... Read more
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Ventura County Star
As El Niño ebbs, plan to move Surfers Point bike path in Ventura moves forwardCHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR Paul Jenkin, of the nonprofit Surfrider Foundation, talks
As El Niño ebbs, plan to move Surfers Point bike path in Ventura moves forward
Ventura County Star / Posted 23 days ago
CHUCK KIRMAN/THE STAR Paul Jenkin, of the nonprofit Surfrider Foundation, talks about an area where cobble and small boulders were placed to protect the shoreline near Surfers Point in Ventura. By Arlene Martinez, amartinez@vcstar.com With the... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Eyes on urban areasThe folk in Kampung Batu Kitang Lama and Kampung Batu Kitang Jaya hope for a po
Eyes on urban areas
The Borneo Post / Posted 25 days ago
The folk in Kampung Batu Kitang Lama and Kampung Batu Kitang Jaya hope for a possible extension of their villages to accommodate rising population. THE new state constituency of Batu Kitang serves as a challenge to whomever picked to become its... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Coupes and coops: City panel wrestling with cars in yards, squawk over chicken permitFire chief and inspection administrator Terry Williams said the process of iden
Coupes and coops: City panel wrestling with cars in yards, squawk over chicken permit
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
Fire chief and inspection administrator Terry Williams said the process of identifying properties in violation of the nuisance ordinance has proven to be less arduous than he initially expected. "I do feel that we will be able to proactively enforce... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
ACE coming down the tracks?Express trains will start running down the tracks to downtown Manteca, Ripon an
ACE coming down the tracks?
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 28 days ago
Express trains will start running down the tracks to downtown Manteca, Ripon and Modesto if the California High Speed Rail Authority votes to earmark $200 million in state bond money to the project. It’s a part of a new direction the CHSRA is... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Detroit greenlights Gilbert plans for Hudson's sitesite redevelopment in Detroit. Architect: Hamilton Anderson Associates, Shop Ar
Detroit greenlights Gilbert plans for Hudson's site
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 28 days ago
site redevelopment in Detroit. Architect: Hamilton Anderson Associates, Shop Architects PC Detroit's Downtown Development Authority on Wednesday approved a deal with Dan Gilbert that could bring a modern, landmark high-rise to the former J.L.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Treasurer Mike Nahan's WA State Budget speech in fullRead the full transcript of WA Treasurer Mike Nahan's WA State Budget speech.
Treasurer Mike Nahan's WA State Budget speech in full
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
Read the full transcript of WA Treasurer Mike Nahan's WA State Budget speech. WA Treasurer Dr Mike Nahan earlier today before he handed down the 2015 WA State Budget. The 2015-16 Budget has been prepared in the most challenging economic and fiscal... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Gilbert plans high-rise on old Hudson's site in downtown Detroitsite in downtown DetroitDDA to consider development amendment today Photo by K
Gilbert plans high-rise on old Hudson's site in downtown Detroit
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 29 days ago
site in downtown DetroitDDA to consider development amendment today Photo by Kirk Pinho/Crain's Detroit Business The site of the former J.L. Hudson's department store on Woodward Avenue between State Street and East Grand River Avenue. Updated... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento streetcar proponents are back with pricier planand West Sacramento leaders have tacked $45 million in add-ons to their streetc
Sacramento streetcar proponents are back with pricier plan
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
and West Sacramento leaders have tacked $45 million in add-ons to their streetcar proposal, including an extra mile of tracks on West Sacramento’s waterfront, boosting the budget to $195 million. They’re upping the ante, they say, because... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
County moves ahead on Loveland building planswas not the lowest bidder (nor the highest), county staff members said it was t
County moves ahead on Loveland building plans
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 29 days ago
was not the lowest bidder (nor the highest), county staff members said it was the best deal for the county. "A couple of the advantages that the committee felt were important for this property that Gerrard Companies proposed ... is it... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Gilbert locks up redevelopment of old Hudson's site Photo by Kirk Pinho/Crain's Detroit Business The site of the former J.L. Huds
Gilbert locks up redevelopment of old Hudson's site
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 29 days ago
Photo by Kirk Pinho/Crain's Detroit Business The site of the former J.L. Hudson's department store on Woodward Avenue between State Street and East Grand River Avenue. Dan Gilbert has finalized a... Read more
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WALB Albany
Kessler mega-hotel project moving forward on West River StreetAfter almost a year of silence, the two major hotel projects planned for Savann
Kessler mega-hotel project moving forward on West River Street
WALB Albany / Posted 29 days ago
After almost a year of silence, the two major hotel projects planned for Savannah's west end of River Street are roaring back into the news. While one is actually in demolition mode, the other needs the city to make its dream project a reality,... Read more
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BC Local News
City looks to ban pay parking at hospitalThe city is looking into how it can prohibit pay parking at the new Campbell Ri
City looks to ban pay parking at hospital
BC Local News / Posted 29 days ago
The city is looking into how it can prohibit pay parking at the new Campbell River Hospital once it opens. The idea came from Coun. Larry Samson who put forward a motion that asks city staff to investigate how the city can stop Island Health from... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
City looks to ban pay parking at hospitalThe city is looking into how it can prohibit pay parking at the new Campbell Ri
City looks to ban pay parking at hospital
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
The city is looking into how it can prohibit pay parking at the new Campbell River Hospital once it opens. The idea came from Coun. Larry Samson who put forward a motion that asks city staff to investigate how the city can stop Island Health from... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Election 2016: With protests, libel raps, Malabon race one-sided no moreIN MALABON, a city of around 400,000 with a voting population of 194,733, two c
Election 2016: With protests, libel raps, Malabon race one-sided no more
Inquirier.net / Posted 29 days ago
IN MALABON, a city of around 400,000 with a voting population of 194,733, two contenders are vying for City Hall’s top post. The incumbent mayor, from a long-established political clan, was unopposed in the 2013 polls. But standing now in the way of... Read more
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MLive.com
Repaving of all downtown Bay City streets kicks off May 2BAY CITY, MI — Several events in downtown Bay City will need to deal with the r
Repaving of all downtown Bay City streets kicks off May 2
MLive.com / Posted 30 days ago
BAY CITY, MI — Several events in downtown Bay City will need to deal with the rumble and dust of road construction for the next few months, but there's a big one in July that crews have circled on their calendar: The 2016 Tall Ship Celebration. The... Read more
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Inquirier.net
READ: Complete transcript of final presidential debatePresidential aspirants (from left) Vice President Jejomar Binay, Senator Miriam
READ: Complete transcript of final presidential debate
Inquirier.net / Posted a month ago
Presidential aspirants (from left) Vice President Jejomar Binay, Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, Senator Grace Poe, and Mar Roxas. SCREENGRAB FROM ABS-CBN Karen Davila: Nakatutok po kayo sa PiliPinas 2016 Town... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Kansas City Streetcar Grand Opening Celebration [video] The City of Kansas City, Missouri and the Kansas City Streetcar Authority inv
Kansas City Streetcar Grand Opening Celebration [video]
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 1 months ago
The City of Kansas City, Missouri and the Kansas City Streetcar Authority invite the public to celebrate the start of KC Streetcar operations while visiting downtown Kansas City neighborhoods... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
1960s: Fiery reminder of coal's legacycoal production in 1960 was 18.8 million tons, down 57 percent from 1950, but e
1960s: Fiery reminder of coal's legacy
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
coal production in 1960 was 18.8 million tons, down 57 percent from 1950, but environmental ravages from mining left the city with fiery reminders. A multi-story culm dump fire at the abandoned Marvine Colliery near the Throop border was... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Anglers concerned about bridge impactworried that traffic snarls during the Grand Avenue bridge detour next year wil
Anglers concerned about bridge impact
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 1 months ago
worried that traffic snarls during the Grand Avenue bridge detour next year will delay shuttles headed to and from the Two Rivers Park boat ramp and could potentially impact a booming tourist business. Representatives of the Roaring Fork Fishing... Read more
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Crosscut
Mayor's response to homelessness still tied to selling public landEd Murray, left, during a visit to a new Interbay homeless encampment as it was
Mayor's response to homelessness still tied to selling public land
Crosscut / Posted 1 months ago
Ed Murray, left, during a visit to a new Interbay homeless encampment as it was being set up in November. Credit: Mayor's Office/Flickr In this edition of Remember When: How Seattle plans to pay for its homelessness State of Emergency. Remember... Read more
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