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July 24, 2014
In less-startling news: phone numbers in the 416 area code are worth a pretty penny, online and phone voting in the upcoming municipal election is cancelled for disabled citizens, the City has...
Read more at Torontoist
Drones and business- is there a future together?
... business idea takes off. Bossier City photographer Jeff McGee uses his small quad copter and the HD camera on board to take pictures and video of houses and property for real estate agents...
Read more at KTBS Shreveport
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National Transportation Safety Board
Silver Line is coming soon, but Virginia almost m...
How will the Orange, Blue and Silver lines squeeze through crowded Rosslyn Station? Careful choreography. (Alberto Cuadra/The Washington Post) With the opening of the Silver Line just days away, it’s...
Read more at Washington Post
Dulles Toll Road
Tysons Corner Center
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Trading street parking for bikes?
... Brewpub at 2416 E. 38th St. in south Minneapolis was the city’s second. The city is expanding the number of bike corrals available through a new cost-share program. (Staff photo: Bill...
Read more at Finance and Commerce
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Craig Public Library. We have teens who would love to read with your kids! Come in to the library and Read With a Buddy. Club 3D, 3-5 p.m., Craig Public Library. Join the weekly lesson in 3-D...
Read more at Capital City Weekly
From N.Y. Prisons to Slums of India & Thailand, H...
From N.Y. Prisons to Slums of India & Thailand, Humanitarians Lauded for Opus Prize Gonzaga Announces Finalists for Faith-Based, Million-Dollar Award to be Presented Oct. 16 Available for logged-in...
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Route 3 rebuild now set for '16
Originally plans called for work to begin in 2015. Officials with the Maine Department of Transportation (MDOT) are set to unveil their final design proposal for the road at a public meeting on...
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Maine Department of Transportation
Governor Cuomo gives the green light for red ligh...
... for the city to make money. Two years ago, a red light camera was installed at Monroe Avenue and Alexander Street. A 2010 AARP study showed that intersection was the second most dangerous...
Read more at News 10 NBC Rochester
Harmar streets reopen to traffic
... the opposite end of Bellevue Street recently approached Marietta City Council's
Streets and Transportation committee
about reopening Maple Street Extension that was also closed in...
Read more at The Marietta Times
How Community Nonprofits Are Revolutionizing Serv...
Short and well-muscled with bright eyes and a broad face that often splits into a wide grin, Bennett wrestled his way through high school and enlisted in the Army, in what might have been an escape...
Read more at The Huffington Post
Chinatown business owners fighting for new street...
... you on this Sunday afternoon concerning the future of the Chinatown-International District and our connection to Downtown Seattle. We implore you and your colleagues on the Council to not...
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South Lake Union
Pike Place Market
Concord’s downtown plan targets business, housing
It’s a Tuesday night in downtown Concord, and things are hoppin’. A couple hundred people lounge in Todos Santos Plaza listening to a blues band, coupled with the sounds of children laughing in the...
Read more at Clayton Pioneer
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Mt. Diablo High School
State of the City Address by Bais City Mayor Merc...
July 20, 2014 First of all, let me express my appreciation to the Honorable Vice Mayor and the SP Members for holding today’s special session and inviting me to present the highlights of our...
Read more at Negros Chronicle
Bids and Awards Committee
One Region Forward to host open houses in Lockpor...
... One Region Forward, the University at Buffalo-based effort to create a plan to bring Erie and Niagara counties into a future of successful and sustainable development, will hold what it...
Read more at The Buffalo News
Payson council election heats up
With ballots hitting mailboxes early next month, candidates are clamoring to get their message out to the public. The race for three Payson Town Council seats is among the most contested. Last...
Read more at Payson Roundup
Bar for downtown cycle track success set even low...
We thought these would be the Lanes of Dreams. Build it and they will come. Behold, a hefty hike in the number of cyclists downtown. The shoe drops. The lightbulb goes on. It’s now ‘build it and...
Read more at Calgary Sun
Summertime roadwork fest the start of a noisier –...
Stephen Buckley and Jeffrey Climans understand that they may not be the most popular guys in Toronto right now. Mr. Buckley is the city’s general manager of Transportation Services. Mr. Climans is...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
Fatal crash witness and Marigny cyclists protest ...
A witness to a fatal crash gave a chilling account of what he saw unfold at St. Claude and Elysian Fields Avenues. The wreck claimed the life of a bike rider, and the man who saw it happen wants the...
Read more at FOX 8 New Orleans
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Red light cameras tag thousands for undeserved ti...
Thousands of Chicago drivers have been tagged with $100 red light fines they did not deserve, targeted by robotic cameras during a series of sudden spikes in tickets that city officials say they...
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... a passenger plane carrying 295 people was shot down Thursday as it flew over the country, and both the government and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any...
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