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  • Berlin Readies For Start Of School Wednesday

    BERLIN — About 4,000 students will return to school Wednesday when the 2014-15 academic year begins for local students. Teachers have already begun work and have prepared classrooms and taken part in meet-and-greet meetings Monday, including high...
  • On the CTA, summer construction season rolls into fall

    On the CTA, summer construction season rolls into fall
    Although Labor Day marks the unofficial start of fall, summer construction season will be in full force for weeks to come at the CTA. For bus riders, fall schedules go into effect Sunday on 74 routes; depending on your bus, arrival times, frequency or...
  • Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion

    Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion
    A plan to expand Tri-Rail service would deliver commuters smack in the center of downtowns from West Palm Beach to Miami. A proposed Tri-Rail service, called the "Coastal Link," would use the train tracks running through coastal downtown communities...
  • Incorrect, failed I-95 construction signs create mass confusion, huge traffic jam

    Incorrect, failed I-95 construction signs create mass confusion, huge traffic jam
    Commuters entering Baltimore from the south on Monday morning found themselves in a massive traffic jam amid widespread confusion about how to navigate a new construction pattern, in part due to a failure by the Maryland Transportation Authority to update...
  • Chicago Riverwalk extension no cakewalk

    Chicago Riverwalk extension no cakewalk
    Building land on water isn't an everyday job, and the $100 million project to extend the Chicago Riverwalk requires more than getting toes wet. Just ask Randy Howland, who heads a team of divers in the welding and carpentry trades. The divers are in the...
  • Odd stop-sign design adds confusion

    Q: On the subject of stop signs, there is an unusual situation in the Trexlertown Shopping Center. There are two-way stop signs at the Trexlertown Post Office, but the signs are perpendicular to each other. The end result is that the two non-stops at...
  • Traffic concerns growing over Minto West development plan

    Traffic concerns growing over Minto West development plan
    Palm Beach County officials fear that local roads can't handle the influx of traffic expected if developers get their wish to build a host of new neighborhoods and shopping centers on Loxahatchee area farmland. Proposed developments could bring nearly...
  • Traffic: Disabled vehicle on BW Parkway South

    Traffic: Disabled vehicle on BW Parkway South
    The state department of Transportation reported a disabled vehicle on the southbound Baltimore Washington Parkway in Linthicum at the Baltimore Beltway at 9:02 a.m. on Monday. No additional information was given. And the transportation department...
  • Slowly, A Wave Of Walkable Town Development Gains Speed

    Slowly, A Wave Of Walkable Town Development Gains Speed
    A handful of people were already gathered around the stone fountain in Glastonbury center when a family of four parked on Main Street and walked to a table in the summer sunset to enjoy their burgers and fries. Nearby, a husband and wife from East...
  • Parking woes at Lakeside fuel debate over parking plan for new building

    Parking woes at Lakeside fuel debate over parking plan for new building
    At the commercial development called Lakeside is a building now under construction, that will eventually be used by Blue Cross/Blue Shield. The construction work has stopped, because the contractor is required by city code to have 21 parking spaces there....
  • Marylanders expected to brave traffic in high numbers for Labor Day weekend

    Marylanders expected to brave traffic in high numbers for Labor Day weekend
    Nearly three-quarters of a million Marylanders are expected to hit the roads and airways this Labor Day weekend even as the state struggles with congestion at its largest airport, on its most-traveled highway and around some of its largest tourist...