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  • A new Ackermanville Bridge: This year for sure?

    Q: A few years ago, PennDOT bought and demolished the Ackermanville Store in an effort to remove a hazardous curve on Route 191. I have heard that PennDOT now intends to abandon those plans, and instead demolish a house on the downstream side of the...
  • Chrysler to export Jeeps at long vacant Portsmouth port

    Chrysler to export Jeeps at long vacant Portsmouth port
    PORTSMOUTH — A long line of 700 Jeeps sat parked in a lot under an overpass in Portsmouth on a recent afternoon. The vehicles had been moved by train from a Toledo, Ohio, plant where Chrysler manufactures Wranglers and Cherokees. They arrived on...
  • Railroad cop beaten, choked near Southwest Side Metra station

    Railroad cop beaten, choked near Southwest Side Metra station
    Police continue to interview a 24-year-old man in connection with the beating and choking of a 39-year-old Norfolk Southern police officer near a Southwest Side Metra station late Sunday night. The officer, who lost consciousness during the attack,...
  • Man charged with trying to kill police officer

    Man charged with trying to kill police officer
    A 24-year-old man was charged with trying to kill a police officer after a confrontation near a Metra stop Sunday night. Nathan Haywood, 24, was charged with aggravated battery to a police officer, attempted first degree murder of a police officer,...
  • Freight yard expansion could pose lung hazard

    Freight yard expansion could pose lung hazard
    With a massive freight yard expansion backed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel poised to bulldoze the northeast corner of Englewood, a new analysis suggests the project would substantially increase lung-damaging pollution in a neighborhood already plagued by high...
  • Aged tunnel where Amtrak train derailed may be replaced

    Aged tunnel where Amtrak train derailed may be replaced
    The snaking tunnel beneath West Baltimore where an Amtrak engine derailed Monday, disrupting travel for thousands of evening commuters, has been a source of concern for decades. The narrow, two-track Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel twists 1.4 miles under...
  • Sit-down dining comes to Alburtis

    Christmas came early for Alburtis residents, at least those hungry for a sit-down restaurant in the borough. Thanks to a six-month overhaul of the former Iron Horse Inn, which had significantly deteriorated under longtime owner Hermann Sulderits, the...
  • Complaints about intermodal facility are unfounded

    Complaints about intermodal facility are unfounded
    I always find it amusing how people that buy into less desirable neighborhoods are quick to complain when the thing that made their home less wanted — and cheaper — gets even worse ("Study finds planned CSX transfer station could have negative...
  • Lincoln officials plan to threaten rail execs with jail over blocked crossing

    Lincoln officials plan to threaten rail execs with jail over blocked crossing
    GENEVA — On the first day of school last week, former Lincoln County sheriff Earl Dean McWhorter found himself waiting at the Geneva railroad crossing. McWhorter was eighth in line and a school bus was first in line. The train wasn't moving. And...
  • Locals: situation at Geneva train crossing much improved

    Locals: situation at Geneva train crossing much improved
    GENEVA — Problems at a train crossing in southwestern Lincoln have apparently improved substantially after residents complained vocally and county officials threatened to try to throw railroad executives in jail. Geneva residents Earl Dean...
  • Five questions for John Magness

    Five questions for John Magness
    Canton has traditionally been a blue-collar neighborhood, and for more than 100 years, the Canton Railroad Co. has been a part of that mix, moving freight for local industries and the port of Baltimore. Its locomotives are a familiar — and at times...