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  • Park Ridge officials hear update on Touhy Avenue viaduct

    Park Ridge officials hear update on Touhy Avenue viaduct
    Repairs to the aging Touhy Avenue railroad viaduct can't begin until the Illinois Department of Transportation approves plans to divert street traffic during construction, officials have said. But, as Public Works Director Wayne Zingsheim told...
  • Redflex lobbying Baltimore for traffic camera contract

    Traffic camera giant Redflex has been lobbying the Rawlings-Blake administration and City Council to take over Baltimore's once-lucrative speed and red-light camera network — stressing that it should not be judged by an unfolding scandal in...
  • Lots At Stake As Curtain Rises On Infinity Music Hall & Bistro

     Lots At Stake As Curtain Rises On Infinity Music Hall & Bistro
    HARTFORD — Hundreds of guests streamed through the doors of Infinity Music Hall & Bistro for its grand opening Thursday, with every expectation that the music venue will provide a major boost to the city's nightlife. But whether that happens...
  • Canyon congestion on the agenda

    Canyon congestion on the agenda
    Adding lanes to Laguna Canyon Road seemed like an unpopular solution to congestion on the main entryway into the city when a city-hired consultant unveiled an initial report on the corridor Tuesday. RBF Consulting, which has an office in Irvine, has...
  • To-do list for new Laguna council

    With the opportunity for a new majority on the Laguna Beach City Council, it's time to rethink the issues. No more business as usual, no more ignored studies, no more pivoting in circles. We need to shake things up and act. This town deserves it. We've...
  • Mailbag: Focus should be on walkability

    In the midst of the drumbeat to create bike lanes on every street in Laguna Beach came an interesting, but probably little-noticed, story in Parade magazine delivered with the Aug. 17 Los Angeles Times. That issue featured the 16 best Main Streets in the...
  • Older PA plates fading away, but still on the road

    Q: I was traveling Route 22 to work recently and saw a vanity license plate in the old format of yellow lettering on blue background with the grating 'You've got a friend in Pennsylvania' tag line. I thought these plates were not allowed after the...
  • Research and development facility wins approval in Naperville

    Research and development facility wins approval in Naperville
    Site work could begin next month to make way for a research and development facility on Naperville's north side. The City Council gave approval Tuesday to industrial manufacturer SKF Group's plans for a two-story 135,000-square-foot office, research and...
  • Highway worker killed in St. Michaels work-zone crash

    Highway worker killed in St. Michaels work-zone crash
    A contracted highway worker for the State Highway Administration died Thursday evening after being struck by a vehicle in a work zone in St. Michaels, according to the SHA and Maryland State Police. John Kenneth Shahan, 40, of Denton, was controlling...
  • State Purchasing $33M In New CTfastrak Buses

    When the CTfastrak busway starts service early next year, riders shouldn't expect the same experience they have on Connecticut's regular transit buses. Federal and state taxpayers are putting up nearly $33 million for 48 new buses that will have features...
  • Lake extends Alfred Street construction by 28 days

    TAVARES — County commissioners voted last week to extend the construction on Alfred Street for 28 days, which will cost an additional $22,473. The extension is for various storm system modifications due to conflicts with existing utilities and the...