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  • Main Street Car Cruise

    PUTNAM- The town of Putnam presents the Main Street Car Cruise on Sunday, Aug. 10 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Over 2,000 cars are expected to be on display in downtown. Main Street, Union Square and a portion of Kennedy Drive will be blocked to traffic...
  • Macungie picks one-way, two-way for Cotton Street

    In a split vote, Macungie Council decided Monday to partially change the course of Cotton Street, the narrow east-west thoroughfare that parallels Main Street and allows access to Kalmbach Park. It will remain two-way from Chestnut Street to Lea Street,...
  • Whitehall to upgrade a MacArthur Road detour route

    Whitehall is likely to move forward soon on a large-scale resurfacing project on Columbia Street, a MacArthur Road detour route. The township's Board of Commissioners is expected to vote Monday to spend an estimated $365,000 largely to resurface a 1-mile...
  • Demolition of building to bring traffic delays Saturday at Young Circle

    Demolition of building to bring traffic delays Saturday at Young Circle
    The Town House Apartments, a 12-story tower on the northeast corner of Young Circle, is slated for demolition at 10 a.m. Saturday. Motorists are being asked to avoid Federal Highway and the northeast side of Young Circle to avoid traffic delays. The...
  • Carbon County road work, Route 209

    From PennDOT: Carbon County: Route 209 Microsurfacing Project Begins Tuesday Lane restrictions will be in effecton Route 209 in Franklin and Towamensing townships, Carbon County, beginning Tuesday. The project entails microsurfacing and installing...
  • Keep Montrose Beach family friendly

    Keep Montrose Beach family friendly
    Police broke up an illegal concert at Montrose Beach a few weekends ago, and suddenly there's talk of turning the parking lots into a bird sanctuary. That sounds like a fine idea — if you're a bird. If you're the driver of a minivan carrying two...
  • Romeoville cop receives heroism award

     Romeoville cop receives heroism award
    A Romeoville police officer who helped save the life of a crash victim on a wintry December morning on Interstate 55 received an award for his efforts late last month. Woodsman "Woody" Jones, 39, a 14-year veteran of the force, was given the Fraternal...
  • Ravinia Festival planning renovations

    Ravinia Festival planning renovations
    Four renovation projects planned for Ravinia Festival this fall will beautify the grounds and improve access, officials say – an effort intended to appeal to concertgoers in a competitive environment for music venues. Most striking may be the...
  • Fort Lauderdale aquatic center still has troubled waters

    Fort Lauderdale aquatic center still has troubled waters
    With the start of construction just months away on a new $33.7 million aquatic center, the city is facing waves of concern that the project won't be the world-class facility originally envisioned. The city's beach improvement board is telling...
  • Construction boom is creating obstacle courses for L.A. pedestrians

    Construction boom is creating obstacle courses for L.A. pedestrians
    Construction cranes are slicing through the air in downtown Los Angeles as the biggest building boom in decades transforms the skyline. But the economic surge has also produced a dangerous consequence. So many sidewalks have been closed to accommodate...
  • Road work gets underway on Lenox Road

    Road work gets underway on Lenox Road
    A number of changes are in store for Lake Ellyn Park and the surrounding area as Glen Ellyn officials begin work on Lenox Road, and park officials continue restoration efforts at the park. Crews are going to be working on the reconstruction and widening...