Category Archives: Short Stay Parking

15 gift ideas for Maine graduates at the start of their new lives

It’s hard to know what to get a senior graduate so we have a few suggestions of things they would like and need. This time of year is full of graduation celebrations. Whether it’s those signs on the lawn that proudly proclaim that a graduate lives there, or the car-lined streets for the family celebration, […]

County plans slower speeds along seven corridors

Arlington County is considering lowering the speed limit along a number of heavily pedestrianized lanes. On Saturday, the county council will decide whether or not to allow a public hearing next month to discuss and possibly approve the cuts, which would impact seven corridors across Arlington. The proposals were generated from traffic surveys conducted at […]

County Put Moratorium on Vacation Rentals | Local News

Clatsop County Commissioners have unanimously backed a six-month moratorium on new vacation rental licenses while the county is revising two ordinances that regulate short-term rentals. The move comes after months of conversations and discussions about proposed revisions to the rules. Vacation rentals have caused divisions in communities such as Arch Cape and Cove Beach. Hailey […]

Missoula County Government: Missoula County Weekly June 7-11

Missoula Mayor and Missoula County Commissioners Joint Statement on Homeless Residents Problem in Missoula Area The city of Missoula and the County of Missoula, working collaboratively, estimated that the current number of residents who are not housed, and the effects of this homelessness on those without permanent and safe housing, and the consequences of homelessness […]

Mobile phone batch opens at Corpus Christi International Airport

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Visitors to Corpus Christi International Airport (CCIA) will soon have a new option available when waiting for arriving passengers. At Thursday July 1, CCIA will open the very first cell phone fleet just north of the main terminal and commercial parking lot. A cell phone lot is a designated area for […]

Agreed transport outcomes for a key city center redevelopment opportunity

In an exciting step for the city center, the Auckland council planning committee approved the transport results for the redevelopment of the city center parking lot site, which alongside the urban regeneration results agreed on the year last, will offer high-quality mixed-use development that includes forward-looking means of transport. Once the strategic outcomes for the […]

Celebrate LGBTQ + Pride Month with IHG Hotels & Resorts

We are overflowing with PRIDE! It’s officially LGBTQ + Pride Month, so let your rainbow flags fly and celebrate with parades, festivals and marches across the world (both virtually and in person). Whether you’re part of the LGBTQ + community or an ally, we’ve rounded up our top destinations and events from around the world […]

Newton’s town planning commissioners sidestep objections, approve home daycare and retail hub

COVINGTON, Georgia. – Neighbors’ objections failed to convince Newton County Planning Commissioners to recently approve two projects that deviated from current zoning restrictions in adjacent areas. The planning committee voted on May 25 to give final approval for a daycare to operate inside a residential zoned area near Porterdale. Planning Commissioners also recommended that Newton […]

Here’s how to win the Ultimate Staycation at the George in Montclair

Nestled in a quiet street in Montclair, is a superb boutique hotel that belonged to a prestigious family in another century. The George is a turn-of-the-century historic property that has been fully restored to a chic 32-room boutique hotel owned and created by none other than beauty icon Bobbi Brown and her husband Steven Plofker. […]

Motorhome trial to move forward – but with fewer parking lots to choose from | New

Download of print and digital photos available A 12-month pilot program allowing self-contained RVs and RVs to park in certain South Hams parking lots has been agreed – but four locations have been taken off the list. At their meeting on Thursday morning, the South Hams District Council executive agreed to adapt the proposed plans […]

PARKPLUS Signed a Contract for the World’s Largest and Largest AGV Automated Robotic Parking System in Miami | national news

MIAMI, May 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Next Generation Robotic AGV Technology Provides Automated Parking For Brickell House To Miami Brickell House Brickell House is a 46 story condominium building located in Brickell Miami. The building was developed by Newgard Development Group and designed by award-winning architecture firm Sieger Suarez Architects. The common areas […]

Google approves construction of multi-billion dollar mega-campus in San Jose

San Jose city officials officially approved Google’s plan to build a large campus in the heart of California’s third largest city on Tuesday night. As part of this “Downtown West” project, Google is developing 80 acres of land in downtown San Jose. This includes 7.3 million square feet of office space for 20,000 workers and […]

Hail and lightning struck Ogden

The Guardian Turn off the gas: is America ready to embrace electric vehicles? Ford unveiled its new F-150 Lightning pickup this week – but electric vehicle success in this car-loving country is far from certain Joe Biden inside the new Lightning last week. “This sucker is fast,” he said. Photograph: Nicholas Kamm / AFP / […]

Phil Mickelson has already caused enough grief to Brooks Koepka

Phil Mickelson looks the story in the face. Brooks Koepka looks at his legacy. Mickelson heads to the final round of the PGA Championship with a one-shot lead over Koepka. Both have a bit of a history dating back to the late 1990s when Koepka was 9 and caused the young golfer a bit of […]

History of hardship revealed in Bromborough village building

We think the times we live in today are tough, but they are nothing compared to those endured by Ted Thompson and his family in the early days of Ted’s life at Laburnum Cottage, Bromborough. Here, Ted shares his story. It was in 1933 when my family came to live in Bromborough from Liverpool, where […]

MASTERSON ONLINE: Back to Bull Shoals

The rhythm of Bull Shoals Lake lapping against the houseboat at Coffman Cove was enough to make me drowsy, as four of us from the Harrison High School Class of 1965 gathered for our 24th Spring to celebrate the memory of our late friend, Dr William. B. Hudson. In addition to dozing unexpectedly from time […]

How remote working is changing where we work and live

Numerous crises have pushed companies to explore new opportunities, and the pandemic-induced shift to remote working is certainly one example. It is likely to accelerate the underlying trends of urban living and improve the quality of life of city dwellers. Even though the pandemic is not over and no one really knows what will come […]

Explore the National WWI Museum and Memorial in Kansas City

Bill Grant / Alamy Stock Photo Travel counterclockwise through the Main Gallery and its two sections for a chronological journey through World War I. The first section focuses on the period before the United States entered the conflict ( 1914 to spring 1917), including six life-size recreations of trenches. They offer a ground-level view of […]

Mount Keene / Surry Dam Loop | Elf

Keene / Surry Mountain Dam 18.4 miles. Easy. Total elevation gain, 355 feet. An old local favorite with some interesting bits of singletrack woven into it. Along the river and across the golf course. A pleasant afternoon hike. Start this ride in the parking lot on the north side of West St. opposite the Colony […]

County Council Nixes Condominium Vacation Rentals | New

In what appeared to be a replay of a TV series, Volusia County Council again addressed the controversial issue of short-term rentals on May 18. County council members voted against their legalization. “I really hope we can get to the point where we talk with one another,” County President Jeff Brower said, referring to the […]

City of Cuyahoga Falls Notice: 2020 State of the City Address from Mayor Don Walters

CUYAHOGA FALLS (May 19, 2021) – Hello – I’m the Mayor of Cuyahoga Falls, Don Walters, and I’m coming to you via this video ( amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic to deliver State of the City 2020. While this is certainly not what we are used to and we all miss being together in person, […]

Sleepy Burke, Cradle of the Kingdom’s Trails, Plans Her (Busier) Future | Outdoor and recreation | Seven days

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Zach Faulkner Bikers at Kingdom Trails in 2019 For a hamlet in the North East Kingdom with just 1,700 residents and two shops, East Burke is a busy place these days. Burke’s small ski area, Burke Mountain Resort, has been welcoming visitors for half a century. But now the city’s […]

Idea of ​​cycling groups for the new measures proposed for the city center – The Voice

A group set up to encourage cycling in Spalding has revealed the changes it wants to see in downtown government funding. PEDALS says only some of the measures suggested by Lincolnshire County Council, as part of the Active Travel initiative, including the loss of some parking spaces, should be continued. And the group would like […]

Lake County News, California – Police chief shares plans to tackle illegal Lakeport fireworks

LAKE COUNTY, Calif .– The Lakeport Police Chief on Tuesday night briefed Lakeport City Council on plans to tackle illegal fireworks in the weeks surrounding the Independence Day holiday this summer. Lakeport Police Chief Brad Rasmussen presented council with the illegal fireworks operation plan for the 30-day period July 4-June 17-July 16, as he is […]

Downtown Neighbors Add Signatures to Petition Against New ‘Granny Flat’ Policy – NBC 7 San Diego

Near the corner of 49e Street and Adams Avenue are in homes where residents of Talmadge fear they could quickly cause trouble. This is due to the authorization to build several additional housing units (ADUs), commonly known as “grandmother’s apartments”. “They took a good idea and dialed it up to 11 to create a situation […]

Volusia County votes 5-2 to keep short-term rental ban in place

VOLUSIA COUNTY, FL – After a five-month battle, pitting neighbors against each other in many neighborhoods in Volusia County, it was put to a vote on Tuesday to uphold the county’s ordinance against short-term rentals. The Volusia Vacation Rental Homes Alliance, which has been fighting to change the short-term order to allow these properties, said […]

Growth Summit tackles tough housing and workforce issues

Flathead Valley is growing, as are the challenges facing its residents, leaders and business owners. At the Growth Summit 2021, a new event hosted by the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, local experts discussed issues facing housing, transportation, child care and other critical components of the Kalispell economy. Flathead. They offered potential solutions, emphasizing […]

NCWLIFE Evening News May 18, 2021

Good evening and welcome to the NCWLIFE Evening News. I am Grant Olson. Before we get to what’s in the news, let’s take a look outside our weather window: And now, here are some of the stories we are following for you tonight, One of NCW’s most vital agencies during the COVID-19 pandemic has fallen […]

Large increase in traffic in the Greater Toronto Area at the entrance to Niagara-on-the-Lake during provincial stay-at-home command

Compliance with Ontario’s current home-keeping order appears to be waning, as mobility to Niagara-on-the-Lake over the past two weekends has increased significantly. On April 8, Premier Doug Ford announced the province-wide restrictions that ultimately led to a decrease in the number of local tourists coming to NOTL. However, recent mobility data tracked by the city […]

Toyota teases 2022 Tundra pickup

Autoblog Ford F-150 Pro Power Onboard 2021 | Autoblog The new 2021 Ford F-150 ushers in a new era of pickup capability, but there’s more to it than the introduction of the PowerBoost hybrid. While this new powertrain is certainly the truck’s headliner, the supporting electrical architecture allows for a level of utility that hasn’t […]

Granicus and Hollywood, FL Announce Partnership to Manage

DENVER and HOLLYWOOD, Fla., May 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Granicus, the leading provider of cloud-based civic engagement technologies and services, today announced a partnership with Hollywood, Florida to help manage short-term rentals (STR) compliance. Hollywood will take advantage of Granicus Host compliance product to improve the registration and enforcement of its burgeoning vacation rental […]

How parking drives up house prices

For each individual project, the parking requirements may seem reasonable; in many cases, they appease worried neighbors. A zoning council in Boston, for example, recently rejected a homeless housing project when nearby residents said there were too few parking spaces. The project could still be built, with fewer units and more parking, and perhaps for […]

Win-or-take action on diamond in Monday’s regional semi-final | WJHL

JOHNSON CITY, Tennessee (WJHL) – See a recap of Monday’s high school baseball and softball action, covered by News Channel 11 Sports, and watch the highlights in the clip above! Semi-final Region 1-AAAScience Hill defeats Sevier Co., 8-1Short bursts of rain did not stop this regional final showdown from spreading. After two scoreless first innings, […]

Samsung Electronics May Start Construction of New U.S. Chip Plant in Q3

The Guardian Merrick Garland puts domestic terror and civil rights at the top of the justice agenda Analysis: Biden Attorney General made clean break with Bill Barr, making domestic terrorism his ‘top priority’, winning praise for his civil rights and voting measures Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks the verdict of a jury in the case […]

One of the last major homeless camps in San Francisco has been demolished

At 9 a.m. on Monday, front loaders and dump trucks were lined up in front of the abandoned state-owned parking lot under Highway 101 in SoMa. A few tired residents who lived there in tents, trucks and a tiny, half-built house dragged their belongings to a nearby sidewalk as social workers and California Highway Patrol […]

WKYT investigation | The future of the coal mining country

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The entire town of Lynch, Ky., Was once centered on coal. In fact, it still is – much of the city remains intact, with the portal to its underground mine now serving as an exhibit – but not in the way it once did. Lynch was a corporate town built in […]

Homestead Hill Loop offers scenic views, wildflowers and butterflies

A three mile loop from Four Corners to Mill Valley offers scenic views, wildflowers and butterflies. This can be done clockwise or counterclockwise. Since it was a hot day, I chose to do the sunny part first. The trail starts on the east side of Sequoia Valley Road, near the Four Corners junction where Muir […]

The backstory of The Hay from Pebble Beach Resorts

Hay’s 9-hole short course, Pebble Beach Resorts, celebrates its first month of operation this weekend. During that short time, The Hay, designed by Tiger Woods, has been the most talked about golf course in the country. But while The Hay is generally considered the newest addition to Pebble Beach Resorts, it’s actually the legacy of […]

Travis Meyer to be the Grand Marshal of the Pioneer Days Parade in Oologah | New

The Oologah Region Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the celebration of Pioneer Days. This year, it will be held on Saturday May 29. We chose this date in the hope that those attending the Friday night graduation party can choose to stay and celebrate and reunite with old friends and family. We also […]

‘Absolutely check your policies’: Breezy Point Couple learns the hard way about COVID’s effect on insurance – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – In nearly 30 years, their view of the lake at Breezy Point has never aged for Diane and Jim Williams. “The ideal life up there where everyone is striving to achieve,” Diane Williams joked. READ MORE: Ex-Minneapolis cop opens up about decision to leave: ‘I did it on principle’ They spent a […]

Commission suspends approval of new vacation rentals – St George News

Washington County Commissioner Discusses Need for County to Revise Short-Term Rental Policy, St. George, Utah May 4, 2021 | Photo courtesy of Washington County / CEC, St. George News ST. GEORGE – Due to fears that the county’s current policies regarding the regulation of vacation rentals, also known as short-term rentals, are too broad and […]

College Cup, an oasis for thirsty IU football fans

The 2020-21 varsity sports season was a wasteland for fans in the stands. There have been no non-conference games for those living outside the Big Ten footprint and protocols have limited attendance by athletes’ families. There was no tangible connection to the games and the athletes, just TV and live broadcasts. However, for some die-hard […]

Suffern HS’s Clev Lubin named New York Gatorade Football Player of the Year

POMONA, NY – The New York Boulders and the United States Military Academy have announced that Palisades Credit Union Park in Rockland County will host Army and Navy baseball teams on the 8th and 9th. may. The time for the first game on May 8 is set for 1 p.m., while the first launch on […]

Town cites railroad twice for blocked passages: Olmsted Falls police blotter

OLMSTED FALLS, Ohio Blocked level crossings: Lewis Road Police found an eastbound train blocking the Lewis Road crossing at 9:17 a.m. on May 6. The Norfolk Southern train was about 10 cars away before passing the crossing. A dispatcher at 9:20 a.m. could not contact anyone at the railroad office. The train was running at […]

Ibis Budget Auckland Airport Hotel: how to spend 48 hours in South Auckland with the family

The Ibis Budget Auckland Airport hotel is ideally located for adventure seekers and families. The hotel, a stone’s throw from Auckland International Airport, offers affordable rooms. I spent two nights at the hotel, with two children under the age of eight, on a weekend filled with great activities. Provided The Ibis Budget Auckland Airport Hotel […]

The homes at 2072 Massachusetts Ave. will be a lifeline for hundreds of families over the coming decades

A rendering of a proposed building at 2072 Massachusetts Ave., North Cambridge, as presented on May 4 by the developers to the Planning Council. This essay was contributed by Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui, vice-mayor Alanna Mallon and advisers E. Denise Simmons and Marc McGovern. On May 20, 2021, the Zoning Council will hold a second meeting […]

Cornwall Council owned car parks to start charging

All Cornwall municipal parking lots, which were free to support main streets when they got back to business, will reintroduce a charge from next week. The council will keep its parking lots free until May 17 to support high streets, with businesses such as non-essential stores, hairdressers and outdoor hotels reopening. But from then on, […]

What to do when there is nothing to do

If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email Caitlin at crockett @ boulderweekly [dot] com. Policy Roundtable: Southern Annexation of the Customs Union. 4 p.m. Thursday, May 13. Virtual event: The Boulder House will host a virtual policy roundtable to discuss the annexation of UC South. Under an annexation deal, […]

More parking promotions on the cards, as downtown businesses ‘haven’t taken full advantage’ of the current 11am free parking offer> News Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2021 Wrexham Council currently offers free parking after 11am in some of its city center car parks – with a decision on the extension of the promotion yet to be made. A parking promotion was put in place immediately at the start of the pandemic to support essential purchases […]

White Horse Tavern adds savory flavors as the property takes on a resort feel | Newspaper

HARPERS FERRY – Just off the US 340 up Charles Town Hill towards Harpers Ferry, nestled atop and overlooking the beauty of the valley is what has become an almost resort-like atmosphere within the Clarion Hotel, White Horse Tavern and all other businesses and adventures on the property. Matt Knott bought the property in 2015, […]

WRAL’s Bryan Mims needs tow truck during gas shortage ::

By Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter Raleigh, North Carolina – Relief hit me like a strong puff of gasoline: I had found a place to refuel. My needle was hanging dangerously close to a quarter full, and I still had 40 miles to go before I got to Raeford, where I had a story shoot scheduled. […]

Discover Washington: Mount Rainier | The Seattle Times

An active volcano 14,410 feet above sea level. The highest restaurant in the state. Wildlife, views and flowers. And plenty of places to sleep, whether you dream of an A-frame Airbnb shaded by the forest or a chic-rustic cabin. This road trip takes you to Mount Rainier, the region’s premier natural destination. As the snow […]

Councilors have many ideas, few details for the eviction defense

Two Fresno city councilors made their case on Tuesday for providing taxpayer-funded lawyers to residents facing eviction. But city lawmakers had no answers on the cost of the plan or the types of evictions that will be covered. At Thursday’s city council meeting, they will present the eviction protection program with the aim of preventing […]

Air travel is back, including all the things you hated

Air transport is coming back. The same goes for the things people hated. Passenger numbers at U.S. airports hit pandemic records this weekend, with more than 1.7 million people passing through airport security on Friday and again on Sunday. Frequent travelers like Tim Slabaugh aren’t thrilled. “We had this window at Covid where business travel […]

An Outdoor Graduation Plan With COVID Protocols For Midstate High Schools | Education

Students attend the 2019 Carlisle High School graduation ceremony at Dickinson College. Sentinel File School districts in the sentinel region are considering COVID-19 safety protocols as they finalize plans for in-person graduation ceremonies for the class of 2021. Each district interviewed scheduled an outdoor ceremony at their football stadium to allow for better ventilation and […]

The Barley House in Thornwood offers a hearty and friendly fare

By Morris Gut Delicious Reuben pastrami served with fries is a mouthwatering dish at The Barley House. A warm and friendly welcome from Erin the bartender and Rob the manager was a good start to my lunch at The Barley House on Commerce Street in Thornwood. The wraparound bar area, with its barn wood accents […]

Apartments hurt Spanish Springs Town Square

For the publisher: The village hierarchy, as expected, branded the Lady Lake Town commissioners as “bad guys” for questioning village representatives for failing to present any full planning details, most recently as the reason for the whims of the village. development for apartments, both different and not dependent on each other, at the Hacienda Hills […]

The city of Orange is preparing to finalize the regulation of short-term rentals

After months of discussions, Orange’s short-term rentals will be regulated and licensed with the city allowing a maximum of 125 city permits. Editor’s Note: This story is part of the Voice of OC Youth Media program, which works with student journalists to cover public policy issues in Orange County. If you would like to submit […]

People want space to smoke, more parking at Canberra hospital: report | The Canberra Times

news, health, Canberra Hospital, TCH ACT residents are calling for more parking space at Canberra Hospital, and many want a smoking area on campus. The territory government released a report on Tuesday detailing what people would like to see in the Canberra hospital master plan. The plan is expected to be finalized by the end […]

Catholic high school teacher accused of exposing himself to woman at Norfolk station | Local News

WRENTHAM – A local resident who teaches at a private Catholic high school in Boston faces charges of fondling in front of a woman at the Norfolk commuter train station. Jeffrey J. Glozzy, 40, of 54 Grove St., Norfolk, pleaded innocent in Wrentham District Court on Monday to open and rude conduct and obscene and […]

Encouraging e-bikes would be money well spent

Image via Shutterstock I was climbing Mission City Parkway, crossing Interstate 8 on my 30-pound street bike, when another cyclist passed by me. She pedaled comfortably, but climbed effortlessly up the hill, perhaps twice my speed. How does she do that, I wondered, as I sweated up to the crest of the little street. Then […]

How IoT, AI, Blockchain and AR are revolutionizing traffic management

The Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and augmented reality can dramatically improve traffic management. While traffic is one of the most common effects of increasing urbanization, the advent of modern technologies in traffic management will effectively reduce traffic problems and, therefore, travel time. Each year, the average commuter in the United States […]

Short-term rental ordinance advances in Cherokee County

TOWNSHIP, GA – Cherokee County is moving forward with a Short-Term Rental Order, to regulate the use of holiday and short-stay home rentals by non-residents. The Council of Commissioners discussed the possibility of the ordinance at its annual retreat in January. County planning staff drafted the ordinance requiring the property owner to obtain a short-term […]

Waitrose adds Flowbird app to cart

Waitrose is rolling out the Flowbird mobile parking app in 17 of its stores to make parking faster, contactless and more convenient for the retailer’s growing customer base. Waitrose launched on Flowbird app in March in stores in Balham, Wallingford and Wells and, following positive customer reviews, is expanding service to 14 additional locations, including […]

Residents hope community network will reconnect neighborhoods

Get the latest Syracuse news delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe to our newsletter here. When Marie Kearse-Ace was young, she spent her afternoons visiting Wilson Park with her friends, dining at restaurants on Harrison Street, and roller-skating at the Oakwood Avenue ice rink – before being forced to go. Kearse-Ace grew up in a […]

Petitions in Montreal call for city to deal with homeless Indigenous people

A group of homeless people in Montreal, many of whom are Indigenous, has become the subject of dueling petitions – both with very different messages. One of the petitions, launched after the winter when a group started to gather around the Mont-Royal metro station, suggests that they are making a mess in the area and […]

Complete slate for the grand opening of the St. John’s Military Academy Museum

Linger Hall, site of the new St. John’s Military School Historical Museum. Post photo of Salina “/>Linger Hall, site of the new St. John’s Military School Historical Museum. Photo by Salina Post By TIM UNRUH The normal dress for Mike Wagner is a plaid shirt, blue jeans, and work boots, but this coming weekend is […]

DeWitt County Museum reopens to the public | Go!

After being closed for over a year, the CH Moore Homestead and DeWitt County Museum reopened to the public on May 1. PHOTO PROVIDED BY DEWITT COUNTY MUSEUM CLINTON – After being closed for over a year, the CH Moore Homestead and the DeWitt County Museum reopened to the public on May 1. For decades, […]

Residents sue to prevent the opening of a legal site for the homeless

DENVER (AP) – Some residents of the Denver neighborhood of Park Hill are suing a nonprofit, a church and its pastor, and the city of Denver in an attempt to prevent the opening of a legal homeless camp. shelter. The lawsuit filed Thursday in Denver District Court argues that the site poses a danger to […]

Real estate bulletin: a notorious castle exchange of hands

Welcome back to the real estate newsletter, where a crazy first week in May was marked by two bizarre house listings, two massive megaproject announcements, and an intriguing new possibility for one of the country’s most legendary estates. come to the market. Tyrese Gibson’s home in Woodland Hills features a prop from a movie, while […]

Maple Grove resident acting in “Shrek” | Release

After a year of performing online, Ashland Productions is excited to return to the stage with a production of “Shrek: The Musical” featuring young people and adults from June 4-20. Adapted from the hit film by the Tony Award-winning team of Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire, this entertaining tale of an unlikely hero and his […]

‘Harry Potter’ themed Scottish apartment for sale, plus ‘Potter’ themed guesthouses available to book now

With the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in some parts of the world, many are looking to book their next vacation. For Harry potter fans, that means finding the best themed places to stay. If you’re one of those travelers, we’ve got a few guest house recommendations for you. But first, in the news, there is […]

Motorcyclist dies after colliding with rear of semi-trailer platform

May 7, 2021 LUMBERTON – Bad weather hasn’t stopped more than 50 volunteers from coming Friday to participate in United Way Lumber River’s Day of Caring 2021. The volunteer-led event started off without a hitch Friday morning at Lumberton Chevrolet Buick GMC Cadillac despite heavy rain and hail that greeted the early hours of the […]

Dublin City Council to adjudicate one-off fines for illegal parking in bus and cycle lanes

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL is set to introduce a new system of on-site fines to target people who park illegally on footpaths and in bus and cycle lanes. The pilot program, which goes into effect on June 1, will see tickets issued on-site to drivers who park illegally in certain locations. DCC said the project will […]

UBI is dead; long live the guaranteed income

Building on this success, Tubbs launched an organization, Mayors for Guaranteed Income, to expand his town’s pilot project. To date, 42 mayors across America have signed on, and additional projects are now underway in cities of Hudson, New York, and Gary, Indiana, in Compton, California. Since SEED’s first year results were released in March, Tubbs […]

By Asking ‘Is America Racist’ We Are Not Ready for a ‘No’ Answer

Our Nation’s Journey to End Racism Continues The mere fact that two prominent black politicians and a sitting US president say that America is not a racist nation does not allow white Americans, or black Americans for that matter, to conclude the same thing (“L “Is America Racist? Kamala Harris and Tim Scott Say No”, […]

Daily Activity Report – May 6, 2021, San Diego Metro Magazine

Cubic Corporation claims a new headquarters for its “ Cubes ” Cubic Corporation, based in San Diego, calls its employees “Cubes,” a staff that now has a newly constructed headquarters in Kearny Mesa. “We are delighted that most of our San Diego Cubes are located on a campus, further enhancing our One Cubic culture which […]

People, Places and Things | The Birmingham Times

GWEN DERU HAPPY MOTHER’s DAY…to all of the MOTHERS!!! SUPPORT MENTAL HEALTH MONTH!! TODAY… **COMEDIAN LAV LUV at the StarDome Comedy Club. **THIRSTY THURSDAY at Hookah 114 17th Street No. **READ THE BIRMINGHAM TIMES. Get all the latest news. **WATCH LOTS OF MOVIES – Check out the Sidewalk Film Fest for lots more. FRIDAY… **COMEDIAN […]

The Blue Jays Are Back: Questions & Answers on MLB Return to Sahlen Field | Baseball

Unlike last year, when the minor league season was long canceled and the Jays simply announced that they would play the remainder of their season at Buffalo, there are a lot of moving elements in the current situation. Here’s a snapshot of the situation with some key questions and answers: What does the calendar look […]

Live his name by bringing people together

Beautiful urban projects can happen in the most unexpected places. Abandoned lots become gardens, dilapidated buildings give way to new commercial spaces, and even parking lots can become parks. In the South Hill neighborhood of Grand Rapids, Pleasant park is a surprising gem that brought community members together in its development, making it at the […]

Booking Holding’s profits are lower than expected

Bloomberg Biden’s tax rule would destroy billions of dollars in wealth upon death (Bloomberg) – Jeff Bezos has an ex-wife, girlfriend, four children and billions of reasons to see if Joe Biden’s tax overhaul wins congressional approval. The heirs of the founder of Inc. could have to pay more than $ 36 billion if […]

Gardening: Sometimes a weed can stop you in your tracks Lifestyles

Diane dunham Sometimes a weed looks so beautiful that you have to stop and take a photo. This was the case on Sunday when I met this royal factory in Molène. Verbascum thapsus, commonly known as mullein, is widely regarded as a weed, but also has medicinal properties. This plant is a biennial plant, growing […]