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  • Scott to recommend $35 million for port projects

    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott tomorrow will recommend $35 million in new spending on projects at Port Canaveral, Port Everglades and Port of Tampa. Scott is slated to announce the proposal during a speech at the American Association of Port Authority's...
  • No. Virginia airports authority says lobbying ban doesn't apply to it

    Bob Calhoun, a former state lawmaker said last week the Virginia Port Authority violated the spirit of a lobbying ban he helped craft in 1994. Calhoun for seven years worked as the state lobbyist for another Virginia-based transportation authority,...
  • Toll increases for Susquehanna crossing hard to swallow [Editorial]

    Get ready to help pay for road construction elsewhere in Maryland. The tolls are going up at the state Transportation Authority's two Susquehanna River bridges – I-95 and Route 40 – and it's pretty clear the money will be used to subsidize...
  • Writers' Theatre releases seasonal casting

    Writers Theatre in Glecoe has announced some of its seasonal casting for 2013-14. - "Port Authority" will feature Patrick Clear, Rob Fenton and John Hoogenakker. - "Hedda Gabler" will star Kate Fry and feature Scott Parkinson, Chaon Cross, Sean...
  • CEO severance controversy puts Metra board in harsh spotlight

    CEO severance controversy puts Metra board in harsh spotlight
    The controversy over Metra's approval of a $740,000 severance package for its ousted CEO has cast a harsh spotlight on the commuter rail agency's little-known board of directors. It's also revived a decades-old question of why Chicago's transportation...
  • John "Jock" T. Menzies III, founder of aid network

    John "Jock" T. Menzies III, founder of aid network
    John T. "Jock" Menzies III, chairman of The Terminal Corp. and founder, president and chairman of American Logistics Aid Network, died Saturday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being injured in an accident at his Arnold home. He was 69. Mr....
  • Lehigh Valley 9/11 victims

    People with ties to the Lehigh Valley and Poconos region who died in the attacks: CARBON COUNTY Timothy O'Sullivan, Albrightsville, consultant for Cultural Institutions Retirement System. Robert Allan Schlegel, Alexandria, Va., commander in the Navy,...
  • New York police shoot, injure two bystanders while pursuing man

    New York police fired on a man who was acting erratically Saturday night at a busy midtown intersection in Manhattan, wounding two bystanders, according to social media and news media reports. “OMG just witnessed NYPD gun down a pedestrian in...
  • Board approves $285,000 for consultant to tell police how to better run department

    Board approves $285,000 for consultant to tell police how to better run department
    Baltimore's spending panel on Wednesday unanimously approved $285,000 for city police to hire a Massachusetts-based consultant — the highest of five bidders — to recommend how the department should be run. Despite the protests of competing...
  • New York's One World Trade Center spire finally goes up

    New York's One World Trade Center spire finally goes up
    New York City can once again claim to be home to the tallest building in the country, and the Western Hemisphere for that matter. On Friday, workers topped off the new One World Trade Center building with a spire making the structure 1,776 feet tall,...
  • World Trade Center reaches new heights with permanent spire

    World Trade Center reaches new heights with permanent spire
    A spire set atop One World Trade Center on Friday was greeted with cheers from workers high in the air and spectators from the street below. The 408-foot spire, draped in an American flag, brought the New York City structure to a height of 1,776 feet,...