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  • Plan to rebuild Red, Purple Lines gets boost from federal government

    Plan to rebuild Red, Purple Lines gets boost from federal government
    The CTA's costly long-range plan to rebuild the Red Line on the North Side and the Purple Line in Evanston received a boost today from the federal government. The Federal Transit Administration has decided that the CTA can compete for funding for the...
  • Advertising arch across Clark part of Wrigley renovation

    Advertising arch across Clark part of Wrigley renovation
    Drivers headed along Clark Street west of Wrigley Field soon could pass under a “branded” archway with advertising as part of an amended Wrigleyville overhaul plan that took a step closer to reality at City Hall on Thursday. The “...
  • Paintings, once removed, are re-installed at Annapolis City Hall

    Paintings, once removed, are re-installed at Annapolis City Hall
    Three colorful paintings that served as a backdrop for nearly two decades' worth of political debates at Annapolis City Hall -- until they were removed this summer -- are going back up. The trio of paintings by Annapolis artist Lee Boynton were...
  • Consumer bureau headquarters renovation plan gets GOP flak

    WASHINGTON — As they prepared to launch the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in early 2011, Obama administration officials settled on its permanent headquarters: a vacant government building a block away from the White House. They planned to...
  • Group fights to stop tree removal at Mount Vernon Place

    Group fights to stop tree removal at Mount Vernon Place
    With their miniature French poodle, Marcel, in tow, Thomas and Joan Spence start each morning in Mount Vernon Place, walking past the magnolias and cherry trees and Japanese maples, along the sidewalks and around the footprint of the Washington Monument....
  • Glendale school board approves science lab redesigns

    Fourteen science labs are slated to be upgraded at Crescenta Valley High School as part of an expanded renovation project that recently received additional funding from the Glendale Unified school board. School board members approved last week spending...
  • Longtime Maryland lobbyist fined $10,000 for lead paint violations

    Longtime Maryland lobbyist fined $10,000 for lead paint violations
    High-profile Maryland lobbyist Bruce Bereano was fined $10,000 in October for a lead paint violation in two Annapolis rowhouses he owns, the state Department of the Environment announced Thursday. Bereano, who has lobbied state lawmakers for special-...
  • State's Mills Can Work Magic Again

    In recent years, vacant mill or factory buildings in Norwich, Windsor Locks, Somers and Waterbury were destroyed by fires, sad losses not unknown to many other communities. The message couldn't be clearer: We need to use our remaining mill buildings or...
  • City Council approves more Wrigley Field renovation changes

    City Council approves more Wrigley Field renovation changes
    The Chicago City Council today approved measures to give the Cubs more flexibility on scheduling night games, an advertising archway over Clark Street and permission to push back the exterior outfield walls at Wrigley Field as part of the team’s...
  • Cross Keys at the crossroads

    Cross Keys at the crossroads
    Rhythmic thumping of techno music filled the air as a series of models draped in fall fashions strutted across the T-shaped runway. In September, a majority of Cross Keys retailers joined together to produce a series of fashion shows to highlight new...
  • Florida shells to help revive MD's oysters

    Florida shells to help revive MD's oysters
    Some long-gone oysters from prehistoric times are going to play a role in restoring the Chesapeake Bay's current crop of bivalves. Maryland has purchased 112,500 tons of fossilized oyster shells for $6.3 million from a quarry in the panhandle of Florida,...