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  • Allentown ordered to pay attorney fees, interest on $1 million verdict for contractor

     Allentown ordered to pay attorney fees, interest on $1 million verdict for contractor
    Allentown must pay attorney fees and interest in addition to a nearly $1 million verdict in favor of a road construction contractor that sued the city in 2011, a state appeals court has ruled. A Commonwealth Court panel of three judges Tuesday upheld...
  • 2015 Chrysler 200 Earns NHTSA Five-Star Rating

     
    Chrysler's midsize sedan underwent a dramatic update for 2015, and so too did the 200's safety ratings. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration awarded the redesigned car its top honor: a five-star overall safety rating. The front-wheel-drive...
  • Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville

    Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville
    A collision on the outer loop of Interstate 695 in Pikesville prior to the MD 129 (Park Heights Avenue) exit has closed the outer loop right shoulder at 9:03 a.m. on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. DOT also reported that a...
  • 3 questions: Where Laguna council and school board candidates stand on the issues

    Laguna Beach City Council Two incumbents and five challengers are running for three spots on the five-member council. The Coastline Pilot asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) What is one realistic, financially prudent step the city can...
  • Laguna council approves bike safety measures

    Cyclists in Laguna Beach scored a victory at the City Council meeting Tuesday. In two separate votes, the council unanimously approved bike routes, designated with signs and sharrows, and a beefed-up education and enforcement campaign developed by the...
  • 'Flyover' aimed at cutting rail congestion

     'Flyover' aimed at cutting rail congestion
    Federal, state and local officials Thursday marked the opening of the $142 million Englewood Flyover, a railroad bridge intended to eliminate a major bottleneck in the nation's biggest, busiest and most congested railroad hub. The bridge will relieve...
  • To address big traffic problems, think small

    To address big traffic problems, think small
    To the editor: Several articles over the last week have made clear that sometimes smaller, practical approaches to the ever-present traffic issues in Los Angeles work better than costly bureaucratic solutions. ("Lack of parking drives many away from...
  • Maitland council delays decision on 17-92 residential, retail development

    Maitland council delays decision on 17-92 residential, retail development
    After years of false starts and dashed hopes, Maitland will wait a little longer to develop a downtown. With an overflow crowd of concerned residents on hand, the City Council and related boards decided Thursday night not to vote on a development...
  • Traffic: Disabled vehicle on I-695 inner loop

    Traffic: Disabled vehicle on I-695 inner loop
    A disabled vehicle on the inner loop of Interstate 695 in Catonsville at the U.S. 40 (Baltimore National Pike) exit has closed the inner loop right traffic lane and inner loop right shoulder at 8:41 a.m. on Thursday, according to the state Department of...
  • IIT offers another major architecture award

    IIT offers another major architecture award
    By virtue of its jaw-dropping stock of landmark buildings, Chicago is a global architecture capital. Now it's becoming an architecture awards capital. On Wednesday night, the Illinois Institute of Technology announced the first winners of its new...
  • CTA UIC-Halsted stop renovations to be done in May: IDOT

    CTA UIC-Halsted stop renovations to be done in May: IDOT
    UIC students can expect a newly renovated CTA station—just in time for summer break. The UIC-Halsted Blue Line stop is undergoing a $16 million renovation, which includes adding an elevator to the Peoria Street entrance, one of three entrances...