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  • Rumble Strips Coming To West Queen Street In Southington

    SOUTHINGTON — West Queen Street could be a bit noisier for drivers in 2016 once state crews install rumble strips down the center of the road to alert drivers that they may be crossing into oncoming traffic. The busy, 1.4-mile road, which links...
  • Margate closer to long-anticipated development project

    Margate closer to long-anticipated development project
    On an empty parcel of land that once housed a mobile home park, an apartment project is expected to be built this year after a lengthy delay. "In the next three to six months, I would hope to see something coming out of the ground," said Benjamin Ziskal,...
  • MLK parade to cause road closures, parking restrictions Monday

    MLK parade to cause road closures, parking restrictions Monday
    The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade will cause road closures and parking restrictions in Baltimore on Monday, particularly along the corridor named for the civil rights pioneer. Commuters on Monday, which is a holiday in honor of King, should expect...
  • Dunkin' Donuts drives toward Northbrook approval

    Dunkin' Donuts drives toward Northbrook approval
    On a very cold night, Northbrook Plan Commissioners warmed to the possibility of a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-through on one of Northbrook’s busiest corners. The commission voted 8-0 Jan. 6 to order village lawyers and planners to draw up...
  • Time for county buses to come clean

    Time for  county buses  to come clean
    If ever there was a time to get more South Floridians out of their cars and onto public transportation, that time is now. The Florida Department of Transportation plans plenty of road work this year, including an extension of the express lanes on...
  • Caltrans workers rappel 150 feet to clear loose rocks along PCH

    Caltrans workers rappel 150 feet to clear loose rocks along PCH
    Under perfect Southern California skies, Caltrans climbers rappelled 150 feet down the face of a rugged hillside Tuesday to clear loose rock that has left a nine-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway closed since December. “All right, gentlemen,...
  • Ticked off! @ health insurance

    I'm ticked off that our roads are overcome with people who have no regard for speed limits. Every day on 417,408 and on Narcoossee Road almost everyone is going 10 to 20 miles over the speed limit and some times 30. I ride a motorcycle and these people...
  • Suspicious package at DeBary SunRail station destroyed

    Suspicious package at DeBary SunRail station destroyed
    SunRail service was halted in DeBary late Wednesday after an abandoned package in the station's parking lot was reported as suspicious, but investigators determined it was just a container of tools. Deputies were dispatched to the station's parking lot...
  • Traffic: Delays in city because of fire activity

    Traffic: Delays in city because of fire activity
    With freezing rain and slick conditions, State Highway Administration officials have urged drivers to avoid or delay travel Monday morning. Around 10 a.m., city officials warned of possible delays in the area of Madison and Monument streets because of...
  • Crystal ball: Computer predicts traffic woes in Lower, Upper Macungie

    Crystal ball: Computer predicts traffic woes in Lower, Upper Macungie
    Adding a third lane for traffic to merge onto Interstate 78 from Hamilton Boulevard. Adding a signaled intersection at Route 222 and a connector road near the Beiber Bus terminal. Those were among the suggestions Wednesday at a joint meeting of...
  • U.S. Government Fines Honda $70 Million

     
    In November, Honda disclosed that it failed to report safety problems in a timely manner, specifically underreporting how many people died or were injured by faulty Takata airbag inflators in its vehicles. Now it's time to pay the consequences. The......