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  • Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover

    Theater opening is the latest step in Towson's ambitious makeover
    This week another piece of the redevelopment of downtown Towson falls into place as a 90,000-square-foot, 15-screen Cinemark theater ushers in its first moviegoers Thursday. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Towson Square and the theater...
  • Tinley Park delays tickets for late vehicle sticker buyers

    Tinley Park delays tickets for late vehicle sticker buyers
    Tinley Park officials have announced a delay on police citations for residents who have failed to purchase their vehicle stickers by the June 30 deadline. Police officers will not ticket anyone who hasn't bought a vehicle sticker until Aug. 16, the...
  • Parking lot improvement project begins in St. Charles

    Parking lot improvement project begins in St. Charles
    Renovations to St. Charles' municipal parking lot began Monday, though portions of the lot remained open as contractors began taking measurements of the area. The more than $1 million construction project to replace the lot located between the city's...
  • Revised Steele Road Apartment Plan Presented

    Revised Steele Road Apartment Plan Presented
    WEST HARTFORD — Developers detailed revisions to a proposed apartment construction plan on Steele Road Thursday. But of the approximately 50 residents who attended the informal informational meeting, none expressed support for the scaled-back...
  • State Roads Need More Than Federal Fiscal Patch

    State Roads Need More Than Federal Fiscal Patch
    This comes as no surprise to anyone who has to drive on Farmington Avenue in Hartford, but Connecticut's roads are in rough shape. According to a report released Monday by the White House, 41 percent of the state's roads are in poor condition, which...
  • Corona del Mar Today: D.A. reviews girl's fall from prom bus

    The California Highway Patrol has completed its investigation of a June 7 incident in which a Corona del Mar High School student fell onto the 73 Freeway from a party bus headed to prom, a spokesman confirmed. The District Atty.'s office is reviewing the...
  • Aurora outlet mall adding 50 stores

     Aurora outlet mall adding 50 stores
    A large-scale outlet mall in Aurora will add 50 stores to the mix next summer. Officials broke ground Wednesday morning on a $110 million expansion of Chicago Premium Outlets that will bring the total number of stores to more than 170. It will be...
  • Meters for parking in downtown Boca to be discussed

    Meters for parking in downtown Boca to be discussed
    Drivers who park too long in Boca Raton's downtown are now being ticketed more often, which has gone a long way toward easing the downtown space crunch. But the ultimate solution to control parking could mean feeding a meter. Parking enforcement wrote...
  • Porous pavement gets another tryout in Maryland

    Porous pavement gets another tryout in Maryland
    The concrete oozed rather than poured out of the mixer truck, almost as if reluctant to cover the ground — partly because it won't, entirely. Laborers shoveled pebbly gobs around to form a new sidewalk at a park-and-ride lot in Waysons Corner, one...
  • Former L.A. Mayor James Hahn lands in traffic court — as judge

    Former L.A. Mayor James Hahn lands in traffic court — as judge
    Peter Horton, the television actor who played Gary on "Thirtysomething," stood at the defendant's table in a Santa Monica courtroom and told the judge why he'd skipped his trial for allegedly failing to stop for a school bus boarding children. "I was...
  • 5 Peninsula beaches perfect for D.C. daytrippers

    A story on the website of the Washington Post tells readers that there are five beaches they can enjoy without having to brave the dreaded Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel. In "Skip the boardwalk, tunnels: 5 Virginia beaches you've never heard of," by Jane...