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CHARLEVOIX — County leaders must decide how to come up with an additional $1 million for a major road project this year, or choose which miles to leave unfinished. Charlevoix County commissioners heard at their meeting Wednesday from road...
Perryville's rich history is the focus of a new "Images of America" book, thanks to town commissioner Alan Fox. The book filled with historical photos and the stories behind them was released Jan. 16 after nearly a year of planning and work. Fox, a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Board of Commissioners Tuesday stressed its commitment to helping existing businesses expand as they fielded questions from local business leaders at the first of two State of the County presentations. “We can hope for the...
Some Roanoke streets will be shut down starting Sunday so work can be completed. Jefferson Street will be closed between Campbell Avenue and Church Avenue from 2 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. Crews are replacing a cooling tower on the roof of the Carilion...
Cycling has long been promoted as an activity with the potential to improve community wellness through its health benefits and its ability to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution. Monday through Friday, rain or shine, I ride my bike from my...
Enjoy the government's new airfare rule. It might not last. On Jan. 26, the U.S. Department of Transportation began requiring airlines and ticket agents to quote fares that include all mandatory taxes and fees. Since 1988, they'd been allowed to...
California's proposed bullet train is being recalibrated. And designers may finally be on the right track. Sensitive to growing public and political opposition, high-speed rail officials seem to be coming to a rational conclusion: It makes good sense...
CW33 NewsNew numbers show dart light rail service had its busiest year ever. Riders took about 22-million trips on the red, blue and green rail lines in 2011. But DART's year-end financial reports show that despite record light rail numbers, ridership is mostly...
Our Town CorrespondentFrom New York City subway stations to stages across America, Alice Tan Ridley has allowed her powerful voice to lead the way. The Georgia native and "America's Got Talent" contestant has been singing full-time since 1992, beckoning attention from subway...
I read with interest the commentary by Gregory Spencer Jr. ("Connect the lines," Feb. 2) on the need for a transportation hub in Baltimore. There is no question that the convergence of the Red Line, the existing light rail transit (LRT) line and the Charm...
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