Category Archives: Short Stay Parking

Council planners recommend bar for Blackheath Standard bank – The Charlton Champion

Councilors will decide if the bar is to take place next Tuesday Greenwich Council planners recommend councilors approve a bar project at a former bank in Blackheath Standard – but two influential local groups want the idea rejected. In March, Charlton’s champion revealed that Plumstead-based Common Rioters brewery wanted to turn the old Barclays branch, […]

Did your Halloween costume make Michigan’s favorite list?

Halloween is just around the corner! At the time of writing, Halloween is about three weeks away. And speaking of which, have you thought about your Halloween costume this year? If you’re the type of person who likes to dress up or have something unique and original, you’ve probably already made your Halloween costume go […]

The cheapest places to park in Swansea city center

There is nothing more frustrating than driving around town desperately trying to find a parking spot – and this parking ordeal can be even worse when the only spots available are in exorbitantly priced parking lots. While we are fortunate to have a great choice of car parks in Swansea town center, many of which […]

Why I Carjack; Teens Say It All – CBS Chicago

By Irika Sargent and Carol Thompson CHICAGO (CBS) – Chicago is facing a carjacking crisis. READ MORE: The lycée du canton de Lyon cancels the reunion dance after the discovery of a car with 2 firearms in the school parking lot The city is on track to surpass last year’s figures. You have heard from […]

The Chincoteague Oyster Festival is sold out

September 28, 2021 – Chincoteague Island, Virginia: The 48th Annual Chincoteague Island Oyster Festival is a SOLD OUT event for October 9, 2021, as many people are excited to attend their first big event in two years! The Chincoteague Chamber of Commerce planned the event with public health and safety in mind. Face masks and […]

6 Reasons You’ll Love The Salish Lodge And Spa

The luxurious Salish Lodge & Spa is located at the top of Snoqualmie Falls, on land which is a sacred site for the Snoqualmie Indian tribe, approximately 30 minutes from Seattle. The property has changed hands over the years since the first inn was built in 1916. It is now owned by the Snoqualmie who […]

Your hotel to have it all – From foodies to exercise enthusiasts to business moguls, Westin Dallas Downtown offers

Iimagine, if you will, one of the most exquisite destinations in Dallas, one that puts you at the center of all the Big D has to offer, a luxurious enclave for adventure, romance, family time, reunions and , if you have to, business. In short, imagine a real retreat in the heart of it all. […]

Seasonal hiring will be a huge challenge this year, experts warn – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

COVID-19 has changed everything we thought we knew about hiring and finding jobs. New information is alerting us to how stressful the seasonal job market for the next vacation will be this year, especially difficult for small businesses. The labor shortage, spurred by a number of factors during the pandemic, complicates the hiring process a […]

Person injured in South Portland High grounds shooting

South Portland Police said the shooting of a minor on high school grounds was unrelated to the school. Detective Sergeant Christopher Todd said police were dispatched to 637 Highland Avenue in South Portland just after 8:30 p.m. Monday night to report a possible shooting. This is the “Upper Lot”, which provides parking for South Portland […]

Bucksport Man killed in gun showdown with Auburn PD on Monday

A Bucksport man died following a shootout involving police outside an Auburn hotel on Monday. The incident began with a call to Auburn Police just before 10 a.m. Monday from a woman who was allegedly being held against her will at the Center Street Value Inn. Officers responded to the motel at 170 Center Street […]

‘Racist’ email draws new attention to SMART bus stop in Pontiac – The Oakland Press

A SMART bus stop outside the Phoenix Center in Pontiac, one of the busiest in Oakland County, is attracting renewed attention and scrutiny from the community after private emails between men from cases and officials expressing frustration with its cleanliness and potential illegal activity have recently been made public. The stop is located on Water […]

Evergrande got some sort of free pass from the Chinese authorities

Many comparisons have been made lately between the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the apocalypse of China Evergrande Group, the world’s most indebted real estate developer. But they are nowhere close. Lehman was a leading investment bank that went from good to bad during the 2007 subprime crisis. On the other hand, Evergrande, a well-known […]

The grain giant is a serial dividend payer

The motley fool Kellogg Company is a name you probably associate with grains, but its grain brands only make up about a third of its revenue today as Kellogg has branched out into more growth-oriented areas. Frozen foods, including meatless alternatives, now account for around 13% of income. And snacks, including brands like Pringles and […]

Advanced Practice Provider Joins Heart Team

August 13, 2021 LUMBERTON – Health care providers in the region are urging pregnant and breastfeeding women to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Only about 22% of pregnant women have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One reason could be conflicting information leading […]

Woman living in car with colon cancer blames Knoxville housing crisis

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – Over a year ago on Mother’s Day, Janet Hunter’s husband passed away, leaving her in their home she couldn’t afford, and looking after of their dependent son with heart disease and a learning disability. In just a few short months, Hunter lost her home and most of her possessions, leaving her […]

Five Points Bar Rita’s Law Closes September 24

The verdict is in. Rita’s Law, the bar that opened in June 2019 at 2209 Welton Street, will close after a final hurray on September 24. “I just can’t stay afloat with everything that’s happened over the past few years,” owner Rita Price says in a video posted to Instagram. “I really think if we […]

Many migrants remain in US even as deportation flights increase – Press telegram

ELLIOT SPAGAT, MARIA VERZA, JUAN A. LOZANO, SARAH BLAKE MORGAN Del Rio, Texas (AP) – Three hours after being released from a massive immigration camp under the International Bridge, McKenson Weyer stood outside a gas station, where he and his pregnant wife waited for a Greyhound bus. While I was there, I suddenly got lucky. […]

Worthen pleads guilty to the case; sentenced to two life sentences

A Camden man accused of murdering his girlfriend and child pleaded guilty in a courtroom in Ouachita district on Monday, September 20. Jory Worthen pleaded guilty to two counts of first degree murder Monday morning. Worthen has been charged with the murders of Alyssa Cannon and her son, Braydon Ponder after the two were found […]

Camden man sentenced to life in death of girlfriend, son

A Camden man accused of murdering his girlfriend and child pleaded guilty Monday in a courtroom in Ouachita district. Jory Worthen pleaded guilty to two counts of first degree murder Monday morning. Worthen has been charged with the murders of Alyssa Cannon and her son, Braydon Ponder after the two were found dead at Cannon’s […]

Roger Stone ignites crowds at rally against vaccination warrants

Pierre Roger A heated speech by Tory political consultant Roger Stone ignited a crowd of nearly 250 at a rally in Lakeland supporting the right of healthcare workers to reject an employer’s vaccine mandate. Stone said America is the last and greatest place for freedom on Earth, “that’s why they want to destroy our economy, […]

Week of September 20, 2021

COUNTY News: Public works projects: The projects listed in this section are managed by county public works staff through contractors. For more information, please send an email [email protected], call 505.662.150, or visit the “Projects / Public Works »link to www.losalamosnm.us. Please slow down and use caution in construction work areas. Please note that the information […]

Union Pacific 4014 “Big Boy” train sparks excitement for all

There is just something special about a train. The clicking sound, the rhythmic sound of a train going down the track, and the sound of the whistle in the distance, will always arouse excitement. Age doesn’t seem to matter; we all love trains. Recently David and I were part of the excitement, and we can […]

Polar Park Stadium and the debut of the Worcester Red Sox – The Scarlet

The WooSox cross the high-five line after a victory over the Lehigh Valley IronPigs on September 7, 2021. (Katie Morrison / MassLive) As fall begins to show its head, the baseball season draws to a close, meaning the fledgling minor league baseball team that stormed Worcester has almost completed its freshman year. Despite being the […]

Atlanta Underground Banksy Exhibition: Everything You Need To Know

Courtesy of The Art of Banksy: “Without Limits” When was the last time you visited Underground Atlanta? And not just outside the beloved local monument, but actually inside the dimly lit rooms under the city’s centuries-old viaducts? Considering that the lower level temporarily closed in 2017, it probably took longer than you might even think. […]

Directions, parking, public transportation and more

There’s not much you need to know to enter Convergence Station, Meow Wolf’s highly anticipated new immersive art and entertainment experience in Denver, when it opens on Friday, September 17. The spooky and interactive gallery of sculptures, paintings, and environments encourages exploration, and no research is required to begin. But getting to Meow Wolf Denver, […]

Wildcat Wednesday – Commitment to Improve

History links Register for the Wildcat Wednesday Follow Dave Heeke on Twitter To follow Dave heeke on Twitter | Register for the Wildcat Wednesday COMMITMENT TO IMPROVE I want to open the Wildcat email on Wednesday of this week addressing the operational issues that fans have encountered when attempting to enter Arizona Stadium on Saturday. […]

The reality of rationing of care as hospital beds fill up and staff run out

Hospitals in some places are closer to capacity than in others. In Arkansas, Governor Asa Hutchinson said in a briefing last week that there were only 23 intensive care beds available statewide. “It’s closer than we would like, but it’s better than it has been. And so we continue to monitor this,” Hutchinson said, adding […]

Cone Zone – Week of September 13 – Journalist from Los Alamos

COUNTY PRESS RELEASE Update on road construction:Public works projects: The projects listed in this section are managed by county public works staff through contractors. For more information, please send an email [email protected], call 662-8150 or visit the “Projects / Public Works” link at http://www.losalamosnm.us. Please slow down and use caution in construction work areas. Please […]

Planning panel split on Wintergreen

The Bainbridge Island Planning Commission appears to be divided over the Wintergreen Townhomes affordable housing project. After 11 months, they were finally able to share their views on Thursday evening. Kim McCormick Osmond, chairman of the commission, said the two “global” issues for the project are the buffer zone next to Highway 305 and the […]

East Bay caterers turn pandemic hubs into full-time business

It is well known that the pandemic has been brutal for most of the local restaurants. Things were just as tough, if not tougher, for the region’s caterers, most of whom relied on corporate events and meals to keep their businesses going. With most of these bread and butter businesses shutting down since March 2020, […]

Thurrock Council May Introduce “Automobile Clubs” with Car Rental for Residents

THURROCK’s board may introduce “car clubs” as part of its new parking strategy, with rental cars to be offered to residents in the short term. The council released its draft parking policy strategy that will revise everything from parking fees, parking outside schools, on-road parking and heavy goods vehicles to reducing car use in the […]

Massive investment could transform Greater Bangor’s role in statewide athletics

For Steve Vanidestine, memories of the late 1980s of high school championship football and track and field meetings at Cameron Stadium linger. In 1986, the facility hosted the Class A Outdoor Track State Championships, with the host Rams winning the boys and girls team titles. A year later, Stearns High School in Millinocket beat Wells […]

The end of free parking for motorcycles is fast approaching?

ONE of the many benefits of riding a motorcycle is the ability to hoist up, get down, grab onto some safety, and set off to accomplish whatever you need to do. That freedom could end for some London residents, however, as Lewisham Council plans to force motorcyclists in the borough, and those who travel there, […]

C. Wood graduate Carson Strong leads Nevada against Cal – The Vacaville Reporter

BERKELEY – Nevada’s swirling month as vagrants ended with a very satisfying victory. Will C. Wood graduate Carson Strong threw for 312 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Wolf Pack to a 22-17 victory over California on Saturday night in the season opener for both teams. Nevada was forced to adapt because smoke from […]

We compared shopping at Hanley Market and Aldi – here’s what happened

Journalist Rachel Lawton traded her notebook for a shopping list with the challenge of comparing shopping at Hanley Market to one of Aldi’s stories in town. This is how she got away with it. Are you a supermarket bargain hunter or market buyer? This week I was both, with the goal of comparing shopping at […]

‘Bold action’ needed as council seeks to resolve parking problems in Wrexham

There are calls for “bold action” as Wrexham council must consider improving parking options in the city center now that coronavirus measures are relaxed. Earlier this year, a poll launched by Wrexham MP Sarah Atherton found that 67% of respondents were unhappy with parking options in downtown Wrexham. Of those who responded, 64 percent wanted […]

Glamping, camping offered during the Adventure on Freedom festival

GLEN JEAN, WV (WVNS) – The countdown is on for the Freedom Adventure Festival at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. The festival will last for three days and will feature activities, food and even concerts for guests. Bill Garrett, the director of business development, said there is also an option for people to […]

The Horton Hotel & Rooftop Lounge – Boone, the world-class gem of downtown North Carolina – Perfectly aligned for a smooth transfer of ownership

BOONE, North Carolina – The Horton Hotel & Rooftop Lounge: Boone, the only luxury boutique hotel and lounge in downtown North Carolina with a very popular rooftop bar, has now changed hands with the blink of an eye. respectful and respectful eye to its original visionaries while looking to the future with new owners. The […]

Parking fees could close popular Stoke-on-Trent cafe this winter

Managers of a popular park cafe fear it will have to close this winter – due to expected parking fees. A blackboard opposing the proposed parking fee has been erected outside of ice cream, treats and candies in Hanley Central Forest Park. It comes as Stoke-on-Trent City Council wants to charge motorists £ 3 for […]

All of South Lake Tahoe has been ordered to evacuate as Caldor Fire flies over Echo Summit

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE – The Caldor fire roared through drought-dried wood as it made its way to South Lake Tahoe on Monday, forcing the town’s 22,000 residents to evacuate. By early afternoon, the few roads leading to safety were at a standstill, residents standing in front of cars and trucks filled with suitcases and other […]

Email chain from neighbors shows growing vigilance of homeless people returning to Laurelhurst Park

Residents of the Laurelhurst neighborhood have been closely following the possible return of homeless campers to two streets bordering Laurelhurst Park since the controversial camp was swept up earlier this month. Emails between members of the Laurelhurst Neighborhood Association since the July 29 sweep have become more frequent and urgent, showing a determination not to […]

New campsites provide more opportunities for Katahdin Woods and Waters

PATTEN – Seven new campsites at Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument will certainly make Maine’s newest national park more accessible to as many people as possible. While the new Lunksoos campsites near the east branch of the Penobscot River have the look, layout and feel of wilderness campsites, none of the sites are far […]

UPDATE: One dead in shooting in front of Durand Avenue hair salon, “no active threat” remains | Crime and courts

A strong presence of the police was observed Saturday afternoon at the intersection of avenues Durand and Kearney, after a report of a shooting at Angel’s beauty salon, 2221 avenue Durand, visible on the left. This view looks south across Avenue Durand. NICK SOSA, Journal Times special The Times Journal staff MOUNT PLEASANT – A […]

Vs Big Bend. Guadalupe Mountains: 8 key differences

Despite its massive size, the state of Texas has only two national parks – Guadalupe Mountains National Park and Big Bend National Park – and they’re about 3.5 hours apart. Both located in West Texas, the two parks have a number of striking similarities, including their ruggedly beautiful mountainous terrain, great deep blue skies, and […]

Hastings Streetscape Shot Back in Motion

“Long without seeing,” said Hastings Downtown Development Authority chairperson Patty Woods as planning consultant Rebecca Harvey of McKenna Associates rose to their meeting. For a few minutes, members of DDA and Harvey remembered the last time they had spoken. It was during the depths of COVID-19 and they had gathered in Fish Hatchery Park on […]

New Costa Coffee proposal in Beccles

Proposals have been made for a brand new Costa Coffee in the parking lot of the Morrisons supermarket in Beccles. The proposed layout includes a one-story facility with indoor and outdoor seating with a drive-thru lane that would also allow cars to be serviced from a hatch to the back of the building. It would […]

Avon voters to see short-term rental tax in November poll

Avon voters will be asked to determine whether or not the city applies a 2% short-term rental tax.Daily File Photo In November, Avon voters will be asked to determine whether or not the city applies a 2% short-term rental tax. If approved, the tax revenue – which city staff has estimated at $ 1.5 million […]

Apartment hotel plans recommended for approval, despite neighbors’ concerns

X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register now Liverpool planning officials have recommended approval of a new aparthotel in the city center, despite objections from neighbors. A proposal has been submitted by Simon Kinsella to convert an old nightclub into a 25-room development. The site, 62 Duke […]

Enjoy DC among wonderful trees, from cherry blossoms to the tree of life

On the south side of the National Mall you’ll find the United States Botanical Garden, the oldest in North America, established by the United States Congress in 1920. The garden has promoted the beauty and utility of plants ever since. 200 years. . A living plant museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the […]

Dillon Managers Work On Problems In Nighttime Paid Parking Concept

A parking kiosk is pictured in August 2019 in downtown Breckenridge. Dillon is working on implementing a paid overnight parking system in town through a company called Interstate Parking, which operates similar kiosks in Breckenridge and Keystone.Photo by Liz Copan / Archives Summit Daily News Dillon officials continue to push conversations about an overnight paid […]

Video shows killer executing man in car on street in Long Island City – QNS.com

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Looking like something out of a police drama, video footage the NYPD released on Saturday night shows a cool, calculated gunman executing a man in Long Island City last week. […]

Puyallup police residents near large fire must evacuate

Puyallup police asked residents near a large fire to evacuate immediately on Saturday morning amid fears of an explosion. The agency posted on social media around 6:30 a.m. that anyone within 1.1 miles of South East 15th Street and East Main should leave immediately, and promptly advised that anyone within 1.1 miles of the 15th […]

The Looms of the Final Saturday Cruise | News from Mount Airy

August 15, 2021 If you’ve always wanted to leave your mark on those who follow you – or your watch, or your tie, or almost anything else – now is your chance. Surry County is celebrating the 250th anniversary of its founding in 1771 later this week, and much of the day’s events will be […]

Yellowstone National Park Records Most Visited July in Park History | Top story

MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, Wyo. – Yellowstone National Park (YNP) records the most visited July in park history with a 15% increase in park visits compared to July 2019. The Yellowstone public affairs office said July was also the first time the number of visits exceeded one million visits in a single month. YNP hosted 1,080,767 […]

Popular Compact Cars That Are Winners and Losers According to Consumer Reports Automotive Experts

In praise of the little car It’s a fact that not everyone needs or even wants a big SUV or full-size sedan, although both receive a lot of attention in reviews and car sales offers at. reduced prices advertised by local dealers. So today it’s the little guy’s turn for consumers and car enthusiasts who […]

Frisco City Council approves ordinance regulating short-term rentals

Frisco City Council has approved an ordinance to regulate short-term rentals, some of which use Airbnb to connect with guests. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock) Frisco owners looking to rent space for less than 30 days will now need to apply for a permit and pay an annual fee of $ 300. On August 17, city […]

Van Park planned for Hivesville

The old Hivesville marshalling yards are located across from the Hivesville hotel and the Hivesville athletic field, and could be the future site of a short-lived trailer park, children’s play area, and gardens. community (Photo: SBRC) August 17, 2021 Overgrown Hivesville marshalling yards could take on a new lease of life in the next few […]

6 tips for visiting Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Cuyahoga National Park is not your typical national park. I remember getting there for the first time and thinking, “What is this? Most national parks are surrounded by national forests, rustic accommodation and campgrounds. In contrast, Cuyahoga National Park is surrounded by development and industry. Many small towns surround it and Cleveland lies to the […]

10 Best Day Trips from Orlando

Orlando is one of the world’s most sought-after vacation destinations, and rightly so. This historic city is home to unique neighborhoods, world-class attractions, incredible entertainment, and two of the most well-known amusement / theme parks of all time: Universal Orlando and Walt Disney World. Excess Orlando can tire a traveler at times, so I recommend […]

‘Lower your arms,’ pleads mother as crowd mourns shooting victim of Flint, 19

FLINT, MI – Since eighth grade, Madison Rupp has only loved one boy. A dynamic young man who loved to play video games. A leader in the college football team, a sport he has been passionate about since the sixth grade. Graduated in 2020 from Elisabeth Ann Johnson High School in Mt. Morris. Elvin Hollinger […]

Planning committee returns from summer vacation with full program

The Santa Clarita planning committee will return from a month-long hiatus on Tuesday to review four proposed projects, including three in Canyon Country and one in Saugus. Canyon Country Battery Storage Facility The Commissioner will first consider Placerita EES, LLC’s proposal for a 3.5-acre energy storage facility near the corner of the Sierra Freeway and […]

Coos Bay puts moratorium on short-term rentals | Local News

Coos Bay City Council voted unanimously to put a moratorium on short-term vacation rentals after hearing from nearly a dozen people opposed to the idea. The council vote will block any new short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods while the city planning commission and city council deepen the idea and create new regulations to monitor short-term […]

Negotiations on the redevelopment of the Yanchep surf club advance

A vision to redevelop a former surf rescue club site with a beach bar and cafe is about to be realized. Wanneroo advisers unanimously approved a lease agreement from the former Yanchep Surf Club to Be Our Guest Holdings, which operates the Dome franchise. The hotel company plans to build a three-story “longhouse” structure on […]

Walsall scheduling requests for the week ending August 8 | Part 1

Various development requests have been submitted to the Walsall Borough Council. The list below, taken from the Walsall City Council website on Monday, August 9, contains part a urban planning requests which were determined the previous week. 14/0122 / FL: Modification of condition 36 of planning permission 13/0227 / FL to modify the management of […]

Council plans to clear snow from trails in Ashwaubenon

By Kevin BoneskeEditor-in-chief ASHWAUBENON – The Ashwaubenon Village Board of Directors discussed the possibility of providing better access for walkers and cyclists in the winter by funding the snow removal of 10.3 miles of paved trails in the village on June 27. On the recommendation of village director Joel Gregozeski, the board agreed to refer […]

Music in Madison can pay off, if you’re white and not a musician – Tone Madison

In 2018 in Dane County, the report concludes, “production generated by the music ecosystem was $ 636 million.” This figure which counts the direct economic impact of the music trade in the region (defined as the “economic value of activities related to the heart of the music ecosystem”), the indirect impacts on other industries (that […]

P&Z discusses project proposals | New

The Telluride Planning and Zoning Commission met on Thursday to discuss a myriad of project proposals. Items on the agenda included consideration of a landowner’s proposal to amend the current Planned Unit Development (PUD), the commission’s proposal to limit commercial uses of services in the commercial core of the city and the commission’s proposal to […]

Peachtree Hills Place Provides Respite Care With Patio Retreat

ATLANTA, July 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Terraces at Peachtree Hills Place, which offers assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation in a luxury residential community for people 55 and older in the Buckhead neighborhood Atlanta, began offering respite services on 1st of July through the retreat to the terraces. Respite […]

Independent booksellers survive the pandemic

It’s a few minutes before 10 a.m. on a Wednesday morning in June and a customer is already in the parking lot of The Book Worm, a second-hand bookstore in Little Rock. “Guess it’s time to open up,” says store owner and sole employee Kent Byers as he unlocks the store’s front door at 6801 […]

Philadelphia street sweep set to expand after pandemic delay, but won’t deliver on Kenney’s promise

Mayor Jim Kenney began his second term last January with a promise to extend street sweeping to all neighborhoods in Philadelphia by 2023. Then the pandemic struck. Now the administration is resuming plans to expand the program – but it won’t be city-wide by the end of the mayor’s term in 2023. The administration blames […]

The rise of the cell phone lot – AirlineGeeks.com

[ Airports ]July 18, 2021 3 p.m. ET By Ian McMurtry The rise of the cell phone market Soon after the early 2000s, a unique blend of technological growth and the push for safety improvements created what you might consider the shortest-term bundle you can find at an airport: the lot of cell phones. But […]

Back to normal? Preparation Coaches Welcome Season Without Strict COVID Restrictions | High school

A highly anticipated preseason game with Central Hoover as well as the regular season opener against Park Crossing have been called off due to a positive test on the team and required contact tracing procedures. Dothan had another match canceled a few weeks later due to an opponent testing positive for COVID. Wolves head coach […]

Broadway is back! A guide to shows, tickets and Covid protocols.

Helpful Tips So you have the tickets and you can’t wait to see the curtain rise. Here’s what to expect. Getting There Covid Security With ever-changing government regulations and guidelines, most productions take a wait-and-see approach to specific security measures, but remote headquarters aren’t a start due to the bite it would take at the […]

Fantastic things to do in beautiful Goldsboro

The town of Goldsboro, Wayne County, is located in eastern North Carolina, approximately 55 miles east of Raleigh. The nearest airport is Raleigh-Durham International Airport. For years my husband and I have passed through or around Goldsboro on our way elsewhere. We now realize that was a mistake. Goldsboro and the surrounding area have a […]

Godlewski Shares Official Achievements During Rotary Visit | New

Wisconsin State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski described some of her office’s initiatives in an approximately 30-minute lecture at the Sun Prairie Rotary Club meeting on July 6 at the Colonial Club, 301 Blankenheim Lane. Voters who came to Wisconsin after 2016 may recall that Godlewski led the effort to save the treasurer’s office with a voting […]

After 2020 Interruption Due to Pandemic, Live Music Returns to Mansfield’s Xfinity Center | Coronavirus

After a year of coronavirus where only birds sing in the trees, music will float once again in the Great Woods when country artist Luke Bryan takes the stage at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield on Saturday night. Bryan, an “American Idol” judge, is one of nearly two dozen concerts scheduled in a truncated 2021 […]

The permanent shield at the wheel of Route 66 debuts on “National Drive-Thru Day”, Saturday July 24, 2021 – The Bee – The buzz in Bullhead City – Lake Havasu City – Kingman – Arizona – California

Route 66’s permanent drive-thru shield debuts on “National Drive-thru Day” on Saturday, July 24, 2021 KINGMAN, Arizona – The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on National Drive-Thru Day on Saturday, July 24 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. It will be celebrated with music and a car display at the Powerhouse, home of the […]

Puyallup expands popular homeless hotel and examines tiny homes

Puyallup city council is expected to extend the homeless hotel for another eight months and has started talks about a small village of origin. In a Tuesday night study session, the seven board members each agreed that the 20-room Hometowne Suites hideaway on Meridian should continue until March 31. The hotel accommodation program is constantly […]

Robeson County Arts Council schedules the Handmade Holiday Market on November 13

July 02, 2021 LUMBERTON – Unleashing his deepest rage by destroying everything in sight is a good thing at a new venture in downtown Lumberton. Robeson County’s first rage room, Gimme A Break, recently opened at 412 N. Chestnut St. and provides guests with an outlet for the stress, frustration and rage that has built […]

Hike to the ruins of the chosen family’s hippie commune in the Bay Area Olompali State Historical Park

In 1967, a successful businessman named Don McCoy grew his hair out, sold his business, and started a hippie community. Called the chosen family, 26 people moved into a mansion in Rancho Olompali, Marin County, where they shared common chores, homeschooled their children, baked bread for Haight-Ashbury, and played guitar. music with the Grateful Dead. […]

Lots of reader support for Advisor’s call to improve parking situation in downtown Whitehaven

READERS had a lot to say about the call for an urgent review of street parking restrictions in Whitehaven. They are causing big problems in the city, says a city councilor. The lack of short-term parking available in the downtown area affects residents and businesses that are already struggling, Borough and City Councilor Brian O’Kane […]

The 15 Best Beach Hotels in California in 2021

Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica The Fairmont Miramar is across the street from famous Santa Monica Beach, where butlers await your every need. Booking.com Book Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows Category: Luxury Location: Santa Monica, Los Angeles Typical start / peak prices: $ 374 / $ 536 Best for: Families, business travelers, […]

Death toll rises to 9 in Florida building collapse; more than 150 still missing

German town holds memorial for victims of deadly knife attack BERLIN – The German city of Würzburg is holding a memorial service for the victims of a brutal knife attack that left three people dead, while questions about the perpetrator’s possible motive remain unanswered. Friday’s assault inside and outside a store in the center of […]

County animal shelter sees number of euthanasia procedures decline

LUMBERTON – The Robeson County Animal Shelter has euthanized the fewest number of dogs and cats in 2020 since 2010, according to reports from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Animal Shelters. In 2010, the shelter received a total of 4,515 animals and euthanized 2,073, or about 46% of that population, according […]

Lauren R. Stevens | Hikes & Walks: Climb and Dive Trees at Prospect-Money Brook Trails Loop | Sports

On Memorial Day, it was time to hike the Prospect-Money Brook Trails Loop. The Prospect Trail climbs over stone slabs. LAUREN R. STEVENS – EAGLE CORRESPONDENT Last time I posted on this – May 24, 2020. The 7.8 mile trial hike starts at the Hopper parking lot and includes a steep climb, views from the […]

The delta of records | Locals voice their ideas for Madison St.

BUCKHANNON – The Buckhannon Town Planning Commission held a public meeting on Tuesday evening to welcome community feedback on the future of the dilapidated Madison Street property. Planning Commission President Susan Aloi opened the meeting by introducing the other Planning Commission members including Mike Sharp, Kelly Tierney, City Recorder Randy Sanders, Vincent Smith and City […]

South Holland District Council unveils new initiatives to energize Spalding town center

The reopening of the South Holland Center and market day events are among the initiatives announced by city leaders to support downtown Spalding. The South Holland District Council unveiled a number of new measures to encourage more visitors to the city, including free parking in its short-term car parks. Council chief Gary Porter said: “Over […]

Can the Congaree Golf Club in South Carolina host a future PGA tournament?

Tain Lee hits the third tee during the final of the Palmetto Championship golf tournament in Ridgeland, SC on Sunday, June 13, 2021 (AP Photo / Stephen B. Morton) Stephen B. Morton PA RIDGELAND The massive infrastructure – dashboards, miles of cables, computers, Shot-Link gear and much more – needed to host a PGA Tour […]

New York’s next mayor will struggle to overturn criminal justice “reforms”

Violent crime in New York City is skyrocketing: murders increased 11.7% from last year; shootings, a staggering 68 percent. And it’s probably here to stay Don’t blame poverty or the pandemic: sordid arguments and settling of scores continue to motivate most gun violence. A long-standing feud over parking apparently led to the recent murder of […]

From urban streets to magical forestry, welcome to the Oakland Hills

Aerial view of Lake Merritt and downtown Oakland on a sunny day. getty When most people think of Oakland, California, they certainly don’t think of the stunning redwood forests, lush hiking trails, or quaint cottages. But that’s why the Oakland Hills go under the radar of most. Although surprising to some, this area is home […]

Man arrested after showing up with a gun to the home of a woman who had received a protection order against him, Spokane police say

Spokane police arrested a man on Thursday after he showed up with a gun at the home of a woman who had a protection order against him, officers said. Police responded to a reported burglary on the 1200 block of East Lacrosse Avenue just after 1 p.m., according to a press release from the Spokane […]