Category Archives: Parking Restriction

Alaska towns near Canadian border brace for another summer of restrictions

Alaska towns along the Canadian border brace for a second summer of restrictions, but at least one business on the Alaska Highway benefits permanent Canadian exceptions for essential travel. Kris Beeman, who owns Caribou Cabins in Tok, said the flow of essential workers and new Alaskans has provided business during what has been an unusually […]

No curfew arrests during the Friday evening demonstrations at the CE | Local News

Elizabeth City Police made no arrests on Friday during the first night of the city’s amended curfew, the first time since the restriction took effect earlier this week . Most of those protesting in the parking lot of the Pasquotank Public Security Building, the fatal April 21 shooting by county sheriff’s deputies, were gone by […]

Outdoor water restrictions take effect in Attleboro area | Local News

Preparing for what could be another dry summer, communities in the region are putting outdoor water restrictions in place, many of which begin on Saturday. While there has been rain in recent days, absolutely no snow in March, which is normally around 7 inches, and below-average precipitation for April has led state officials to place […]

The Hook Lighthouse grounds will reopen on Saturday

Hook Lighthouse will reopen to the public on Saturday May 1. The iconic lighthouse is Wexford’s most popular tourist attraction and the team has taken carefully measured steps to safely reopen. The Wexford attraction will be open on weekends only (including holidays) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until current Covid-19 restrictions allow the reopening […]

Possibility of rehabilitating 70-74, rue Main

Can we find buried treasure? If you’ve been to TD Bank in Cochituate, you’ve probably seen the colorized Main Street photo mural in the 1920s. Did you realize that if you look outside the window you have the same perspective on Main? Street today? The historic buildings in the foreground on the left are gone, […]

The fight for the proposed gas station in Mundelein is not over

Despite the rejection by the Mundelein Planning and Zoning Commission last month, the fight for a proposed Thornton gas station on the north side of the village is not over. At Monday’s village board meeting, residents and two administrators opposed a request by future developers to merge two adjacent properties near highways 45 and 176 […]

Mineta San Jose International Airport: More parking spaces available

Some parking spaces that once belonged to Mineta San Jose International Airport employees will now belong to travelers. A reconfiguration of the airport parking lot will take effect on Saturday and will open more parking spaces closer to the two airport terminals, as well as lower price options for lots near the terminals, officials said. […]

Federal government calls for quick clarification for those vaccinated

Berlin (dpa) – Under heavy time pressure, federal and state governments are seeking to clarify exceptions to corona restrictions for those vaccinated within the next week – but when they will come is unclear. The federal government wants to approach a planned settlement “with great ambition,” spokesman Steffen Seibert said on Friday. Health Minister Jens […]

You can eat the streets and sidewalks of Denver for at least another year

What if we had nice things even in the absence of a pandemic? Kevinjbeaty Denverites can enjoy food and drink on the streets and sidewalks for a while. At a press conference on Wednesday, Mayor Hancock announced that the city would extend its temporary outdoor expansion program for restaurants and bars. The program, which has […]

The geogrid market will witness massive growth ahead

Apex Market Research has published a detailed report on Global Geogrid Market Research Report with Opportunities and Strategies to Drive Growth – COVID-19 Impact and Recovery ”for clients who wish to explore new market avenues, gain in-depth insights into market products, maximize revenue, and review strategies implemented by the main market players. The coronavirus pandemic […]

Why the future of sustainability will start with mobility

Transport can play a crucial role in achieving the United Nations SDGs; Our current transportation systems hamper our aspirations for a sustainable future; Innovative mobility trends, such as shared mobility, provide affordable and sustainable mobility options for people and can help achieve our global sustainability goals. It has been five years since the United Nations […]

2021 GMC Yukon | paNOW

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Summit Music Marks 100 Gigs For Seniors Parking Pandemic, With Plans To Keep Playing

The week US launches airstrike in response to failed Taliban rocket attack on day of official withdrawal As US and NATO forces began their official withdrawal from Afghanistan on Saturday, violence erupted in several parts of the country, including near a base that houses the remaining US troops. The incidents appear to point to the […]

COVID-19: Richland County Reports Fewer New Cases in One Month | COVID-19 – Richland County Updates

MANSFIELD – Richland County reported the fewest new cases of COVID-19 in a month on Thursday, according to the Ohio Department of Health. There have been 163 new cases of the virus in the past two weeks in Richland County, the lowest number since the April 1 report date of 151. This is the first […]

Airmen visit the hill to clean up garbage for Earth Day | New

HILL AIR FORCE BASE – Dressed in civilian clothes and with trash bags in hand, two visiting Airmen at Hill Air Force Base celebrated Earth Day last week by beautifying some of the areas around the Hill trails. Senior Airman Kevin Alvaran and Senior Airman Craig Sarnak, both assigned to the 49th Civil Engineer Squadron […]

the hatchery coho season is fast approaching

Oregon’s offshore fishermen will have over two months of fishing this summer for hatchery “silver” coho salmon off the central coast starting June 12. Unless the authorized capture of 120,000 cut silver pieces cross the bridges before the scheduled August 28 closure date for the ocean between Cape Falcon near Manzanita in the north and […]

A health worker will notify the village of large-scale pandemic events

Florida Keys Brewing Co is hosting outdoor seating for customers to encourage safe and socially distant drinking on an art walk in November 2020. TIFFANY DUONG / Keys Weekly Will large-scale events in the village of Islamorada return? Council members will hear from the Monroe County health official on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic at a […]

Provincetown Select Board candidate, Leslie Sandberg

PROVINCETOWN – Leslie Sandberg is keen to sit on the Select Board of Directors as a member focused on policies rather than personalities. “Thirty years in public service teaches you that it’s not about your own individual interests,” Sandberg said. “It’s about the interests of the city. I’m going to come in and hit the […]

DVIDS – News – Incoming Flight Line Safety Changes: Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay

The world is constantly changing and new enemies threaten the security of military installations every day. In an effort to be proactive, the Marine Corps strives to think ahead to solve problems before they become problems. One way the Marine Corps continues to be proactive today is to increase security measures at Marine Corps Air […]

City of Dripping Springs denies downtown purchase contract after school district approval

The Dripping Spring town center project would create a new town hall as well as a town library, parking lot and town square. (Concept plan courtesy City of Dripping Springs) Update: April 29, 5:50 p.m. In a joint statement issued by the City of Dripping Springs and Dripping Springs ISD, the two entities said the […]

‘Fetal Heart Rate’ in Abortion Laws Harnesses Emotion, Not Science | national

The idea that abortion as early as six weeks after the onset of pregnancy “stops a beating heart” helped propel the measures above lingering constitutional concerns in the states that supported them. Concept originator, Ohio anti-abortion activist Janet Folger Porter, openly spoke about her strategy in an email to supporters last year – deftly avoiding […]

‘Fetal Heart Rate’ in Abortion Laws Harnesses Emotion, Not Science | Ap-top-news

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) – Dr. Michael Cackovic has treated his share of pregnant women. So when Republican lawmakers across the United States started banning what they call “the first detectable fetal heartbeat” abortion, he was exasperated. Indeed, when advanced technology can detect this first beat, as early as six weeks, the embryo is not yet […]

Blackpool Pleasure Beach: Everything You Need To Know About The UK’s Most Intensive Amusement Park

Blackpool Pleasure Beach, one of the resort’s biggest attractions, is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. If you’re planning on participating in this year’s festivities, check out our guide below to find all the information you need to make your day as enjoyable as possible. Register now to our daily newsletter The newsletter i cut […]

One Small Patch of Woods Near the University of Maryland Sparks an Epic Fight – Maryland Matters

A state-owned 10-acre patch of woods near the University of Maryland campus in College Park is coveted by developers and environmentalists alike. The university envisions the site for graduate student housing and townhouses. Photo by Lisa Nevans Locke. First of a two-part series. A 10-acre wooded plot tucked behind buildings across from the University of […]

Brown Developments, LLC–Costs

DOCUMENT FOR PUBLIC RELEASEThe decision issued on the date below was subject to a GAO Protective Order. This redacted version has been approved for public release.   Decision Matter of:  Brown Developments, LLC–Costs File:  B-419279.2 Date:  April 7, 2021 Sigmund D. Schutz, Esq., and Sara N. Moppin, Esq., Preti, Flaherty, Beliveau & Pachios, LLP, for […]

Rochdale News | Headlines | Road works, temporary closures of local roads and restrictions

Date published: April 28, 2021 Works Information on current and future road works planned in the borough. You can search for road works or report road work issues through Rochdale Council: Rochdale: Temporary Closures and Restrictions of Local Roads Area: RochdaleReason: to promote social distancing measures due to the Covid-19 pandemic.Expected arrival: Sunday, January 2, […]

Majority supports alcohol restrictions in Baker Lake, but motion falls short of threshold

CBC N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Person in their 20s has died, lockdown lifted in Edmundston A New Brunswicker in their 20s has died from COVID-19, the youngest person in the province to die from the disease since the pandemic began, the chief medical officer of health announced Tuesday. The person lived in the Moncton region, Zone […]

What will count as a road measurement success? – your views

Controversial: spaces for people What will count as a road measurement success? Will the Edinburgh Council indicate how it will assess whether the Spaces for People measures have been successful? Have the changes to the roads had the result required to get more people on the road than would have been without the £ 5million […]

In Voorheesville: Two new restaurants on the menu

VOORHEESVILLE – The rejection of a first-of-its-kind lawsuit and the adoption of a one-of-a-kind plan has set Voorheesville on the path to revitalizing its Main Street. At its April 13 meeting, the Voorheesville Planning Commission heard not one, but two presentations from area entrepreneurs looking to open restaurants in the village – one a craft […]

Algonquin Café will have to wait while council rethinks its food truck policy

You could be forgiven if you thought the question of where to allow food trucks seemed like a lot of smoke and mirrors during Monday’s board meeting. Huntsville councilor Bob Stone attempted to amend a motion that appeared to specifically target Brendale Square and Café Algonquin. The amendment would have ensured that no exemptions could […]

On Motorcycle Week, a kick and a kick | Local News

LACONIA – There will be a lot of vroom, vroom on Lakeside Avenue this next Motorcycle Week. But how many vendors will be allowed and whether beer tents will be allowed remains an open question. City council voted unanimously on Monday to authorize the traditional traffic plan for Weirs Beach, which is the epicenter of […]

Parking deadlock delays decision | Littletonindependent.net

A city council meeting meant to conclude more than three years of feuds over how to develop one of the city’s largest remaining vacant lots ended in a deadlock on April 20, with council and developer at odds on how to accommodate cars. Council filed until May 4 a proposal from Evergreen Devco to rezone […]

Roundup Crime: Drugs, Assaults | New

Recent arrests by Johnson City police include: • Brandi King, 40, 269 Gregtown Road, Jonesbo-rough, was charged on April 25 with shoplifting, trespassing, burglary, simple possession of methamphetamine, resisting arrest and misdemeanor avoiding arrest. At approximately 10:22 p.m., officers responded to the Walmart Supercenter, 3111 Browns Mills Road, with reference to a shoplifting call. Police […]

North Devon Planning Apps Week ending April 25

Various planning requests have been submitted to the North Devon Council, and some decisions have also been made this week. The list of applications received can be found below. Planning requests received by the North Devon Council last week include: Listed construction application for the conversion of a cafe / restaurant into two accommodation units […]

Macomb Charitable Foundation Seeks Volunteers For Food Drive | Local News

The Macomb Charitable Foundation is preparing for a drive-thru unlike any local restaurant – rather than picking up food, drive-thru attendees will donate it. Macomb Charitable Foundation President Shelly Penzien said it was the first time the Macomb Township Foundation has organized a community-wide food drive. The collection is scheduled to take place on May […]

Husker fans celebrate their teams from outside the stands | Magazine

This story originally appeared in our April issue of The DN magazine. Read the intro here and get a copy on the supports now. Fans are the lifeline of any team. They support the team through good times and bad. Some pass on this support from generation to generation through their families. In most cases, […]

People Power Stops plans to ban residents from parking outside their homes in Paignton

Controversial plans for parking restrictions outside homes in Paignton have been dropped after an uproar. Local councilor Jackie Thomas protested after proposals for double yellow lines in the Foxhole area were submitted for public comment during the lockdown in November. The plans included double yellow lines outside homes on Pimm Road, New Park Road, Belfield […]

Lakeville to hold special town meeting on May 19

LAKEVILLE – With the annual general meeting already scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday, May 19, some recently voted to authorize a high school voters’ assembly for a special town meeting at 6:30 p.m. the same evening. The payment of unpaid bills from the previous fiscal year, the funding of certain capital improvement projects and […]

Mount Greylock staff disgusted by accumulation of winter waste / iBerkshires.com

LANESBOROUGH, Mass .– Park superintendent Travis Clairmont said melting snow exposed a disappointing amount of trash throughout the state reserve. “With the rapid melting of the snow this year, an amount of trash magically appeared over a two-week period,” Clairmont said in his report Thursday to the Mount Greylock Advisory Board. “It’s demoralizing for our […]

Burnaby’s Forchetta finally approved for the patio

It was no surprise when the current restriction on indoor dining in BC restaurants was extended. It’s just another nail in the coffin for many Burnaby restaurants that were already reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic. The rain started again, but a brief flurry of sunny weather gave these restaurants with patios a clear advantage. The […]