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Emergency water main repairs close SB Becks Run Road in Carrick area
Emergency repairs to a water main in Carrick will shut down alternating lanes of Becks Run Road through Saturday morning.
9 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Traffic Road Infrastructure Civil engineering Allegheny County Pennsylvania Street Lane Pittsburgh metropolitan area
Concord residents concerned ‘downtown’ parking changes stretch to their neighborhoods
Kathy Conners went door to door in her White Park neighborhood to let the residents there know about the public hearing Thursday on the proposed parking changes downtown.What several of her neighbors learned for the first time when they saw the fliers she distributed was that their streets were amon...
61 points by Concord Monitor | Parking Proposal Street Proposals
2 main streets in South Bend closed since May reopen
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Two primary streets in South Bend closed since May have reopened. Mayor Pete Buttigieg (BOO'-tah-juhj) and other city officials on Thursday removed a barricade, reopening Michigan Street, which goes through downtown South Bend. That street and Main Street were closed to install roundabouts and to ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Street Washington D.C. City Chicago Amtrak The Streets The Washington Times Indiana
2 street collapses above 100-year-old Baltimore sewer line expected to cost $10 million or more
Two street collapses above a century-old Baltimore sewer line near downtown are expected to cost the city at least a combined $10 million in repairs, the Department of Public Works said Tuesday.A section of the 100 block of West Centre Street in Mount Vernon that fell into the 6-foot sewer line...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Road Inch Street Yard Imperial units Chinatown Manhattan
Colorado’s mountain town shopping is even appealing to non-shoppers
My wife, Dianne, on the other hand loves to browse small town shops. Turn her loose on a mountain town Main Street and she darts around like a dog in a fire hydrant factory, sniffing out stores to explore. Obediently leashed along, I’ve discovered a myriad of creative peddlers proffering interesting products.
22 points by The Denver Post | Street Nebraska Coliseum Tim Tebow Nebraska Cornhuskers Bigsby vibrato tailpiece Main Street High Street Electric guitar
Heights residents voice concerns at Loudon Road redesign forum
About 100 Concord residents crowded into the Heights Community Center on Wednesday to raise concerns about the proposal to eliminate one lane of traffic on Loudon Road.After hearing a half-hour presentation by City Engineer Ed Roberge, the attendees illustrated the problems they worried might arise...
3 points by Concord Monitor | Road Lane Traffic Street Driveway Proposal of marriage Proposal Intersection
Man charged with home invasion, robbery in Mount Prospect
A man who allegedly broke into his ex-girlfriend's home in northwest suburban Mount Prospect and strangled her was charged Tuesday.
2 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Cook County Illinois Battery Street
India: Street kids publish newspaper to raise awareness
Balaknama newspaper, run and produced by street children in Delhi, tells stories of injustice kids suffer daily.
5419 points by Al Jazeera English | The Streets Newspaper Drug addiction Addiction Street Publication Publishing Domestic worker
Letter: Balconies look just fine
Balconies look just fineAlthough there have been a number of complaints about the balconies on the Remi block building, I think they look just fine – and I am pretty fussy about how things look. The gray balconies tie in nicely with the gray granite at the street level. Hats off to Remi for taking...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | Street Construction
One teen dies, another injured trying to jump between rooftops
One teenager died and a second was seriously injured Friday evening when they tried to jump between the roofs of two buildings in Brooklyn — and fell four stories into a rear alley. A 13-year-old who suffered severe head and torso injuries died at Kings County Hospital, sources said. A 15-year-old suffered pelvis injuries and...
14 points by New York Post | Surgery Brooklyn Kings County Injury Street Injuries
Police: Car was going 100 m.p.h. before plunging into Kalamazoo River
A car which crashed into the Kalamazoo River last week was traveling nearly 100 m.p.h. seconds before it hit a bridge.        
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | Road English-language films Event data recorder Street Kalamazoo Michigan Transport Speed Driving
Mulberry Street in Baltimore reopens after street collapse
The 500 block of Mulberry Street near Lexington Market, closed since the street collapsed last July, has finally reopened, the Baltimore Department of Public Works said Tuesday. A leak in an 8-inch water pipe feeding a single property on Mulberry caused a 30-foot-deep sinkhole to open up between...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Road Street Plumbing Metric space Traffic English-language films American record labels General topology
Major flooding forces boat evacuations in Maxwell in Colusa County
About a hundred residents in the small town of Maxwell in Northern California were evacuated from their homes, some by boat, early Saturday morning because of major flooding after a powerful storm moved through the region. Water flooded several residential streets and roads in parts of the rural...
116 points by Los Angeles Times | Water Colusa County California Stream Williams California Street Maxwell California Rain Hydrology
Bike lanes planned for Fort Pitt Blvd. may take new route
Bike lanes may not run down Fort Pitt Boulevard, after all.
5 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Pittsburgh Allegheny County Pennsylvania Monongahela River Allegheny River Point State Park Pennsylvania Street Downtown Pittsburgh
Mandatory evacuations and school closure ordered in Duarte
Strongest storm in years moving into L.A. area Feb. 17, 2017, 6:55 a.m. The strongest storm to hit Southern California in several years is expected to bring torrential rain, flash flooding and powerful winds Friday. A flash flood watch has been issued for Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles...
1 points by Los Angeles Times | Tropical cyclone Emergency evacuation Street Los Angeles Sand Tornado Storm drain Storm
Woman, 83, dies after being struck by vehicle in Morton Grove
A 83-year-old woman died after she was struck by a vehicle on Tuesday in north suburban Morton Grove.
-2 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Road Cook County Illinois Transport Niles Illinois Death Walking Chicago Street
Aurora police shut down busy stretch of road because of armed, dangerous suspect
Aurora police have shut down a busy stretch of roadway and are warning people in the area to stay indoors as they try to arrest an armed and dangers suspect wanted on domestic violence charges.
26 points by The Denver Post | English-language films Domestic violence American films Crime Violence Road Street Violence against women
Between breweries, barbershops and boutiques, downtown Brighton is booming
A slew of small-scale developments and redevelopments in Historic Downtown Brighton in the last decade have made a huge difference in closing the gaps in storefront vacancies downtown. Today, the vacancy is about 6.5 percent, down from 2012 when vacancy rates were approaching 10.5 percent.
523 points by The Denver Post | Street Parking Main Street High Street Parking space City Urban decay
First Friday to feature “March for Art” theme
The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5-11 p.m. March 3 at venues throughout the Arts District, near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Main Street. Live entertainment, artists’ booths, food vendors and more are planned. The event is set to include artists, the artisan bazaar, food trucks, music and a live painting exhibition. The streets surrounding the block that includes Art Square, 1025 S. First St., are set to close for tents and trucks with food, art and music. The theme for the show is “March for Art.”
11 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Music Arts Art The arts Painting Las Vegas metropolitan area Street History of painting
Standoff in far northwest valley ends peacefully
A standoff Monday evening ended when Las Vegas police took a man into custody in the far northwest valley.
2 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | SWAT Street Firearm Police Hoodoo Brown Criminal Investigation Department Iranian Embassy Siege English-language films
Las Vegas police working barricade after man threatens neighbors with gun
The incident began Monday evening when a man with a gun reportedly threatened neighbors in the area of North Shaumber Road, just north of West Centennial Parkway, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Steve Summers said.
104 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | English-language films Street Firearm 2009 albums Criminal Investigation Department Hoodoo Brown Iranian Embassy Siege Nevada
Divot on North Shore street to be filled in for third time in 18 months
For motorists exiting Route 28 onto the North Shore, the East Lacock Street crunch has become all too familiar.
7 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Parking Road Parking lot Multi-storey car park Interstate Highway System Parking space House Street
Man runs out of court after sentencing; police search for Twix bandit: Berea police blotter
Berea police are looking for a man who ran from Berea Municipal Court immediately after he was sentenced. Also, police are looking for a man who stole a box of peanut butter Twix from Circle K. Carol Kovach, special to Sun News  Fleeing & eluding, Berea Commons : Police are looking for a 20-year-old Cleveland man who ran from Berea Municipal Court immediately after he was sentenced. It happened at about 3 p.m. Feb. 2. The man darted out of the courtroom, down a set of stairs and out the front door. Court officers gave chase but the man was too fast. By the time the court called Berea police, the man had turned onto West Bridge Street and disappeared. Berea and Cleveland Metroparks officers searched the area but did not find the man. He left a cell phone and keys in the courtroom. Theft, North Rocky River Drive: Police are looking for a man who stole a box of peanut butter Twix at about 8:30 p.m. Feb. 8 from Circle K, 825 North Rocky River. A store worker said the man walked into the store and asked to use a phone. Shortly afterward, the worker heard merchandise hit the floor where the man was standing. The man admitted accidentally causing candy to fall. The worker picked the candy from the floor. Then the worker noticed that a box of Twix was missing from the shelf. She told the man she knew he had stolen the candy. The man said, "Really?" He extended his arm and asked the worker to tap his hand. She ignored this request, and he left the store. Dangerous drugs, North Rocky River Drive: A Cleveland man, 28, was arrested at about 12:30 a.m. Feb. 8 after police caught him with heroin outside Circle K, 825 North Rocky River. Police saw the man walk toward the rear of the store. It seemed suspicious because usually only employees have business back there. When the man noticed police watching him, he dropped an electronic device on the ground. Police asked the man, who seemed nervous, why he was behind the building. He said he was looking for an air compressor, which was clearly in front of the store. When asked for his driver's license, the man said he didn't have it on him, but he knew his license number. An officer saw something hidden in the man's knit cap and asked the man what it was. The man grabbed the cap off his head and shoved it into his pocket. Police asked if the man had drugs in his cap. The man said yes. Police found a straw and a folded paper bindle, containing heroin, in the cap.      Grand theft auto, West Bagley Road: An unlocked, gray 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse was stolen between 12-5:30 p.m. Feb. 5 from a driveway. Burglary, East Bridge Street: Nine tablets of Percocet, a pain medication, and $60 in cash were reported stolen at about 11 p.m. Feb. 7 from an unlocked apartment at Bella Vista Apartments, 163 East Bridge. Marijuana possession, Ohio 237: A Garfield Heights man, 26, was arrested at about 11:15 p.m. Feb. 2 after police found a baggie of marijuana in his car. Police stopped the man's Dodge Charger as it was leaving a Sunoco on North Rocky River Drive. That's because the license plate was registered to a 2001 Oldsmobile. Operating a vehicle under the influence, Seminary Street: A North Royalton man, 52, was arrested at about 1:30 a.m. Jan. 29 after police saw him driving the wrong way on a one-way street. The man was driving a GMC Acadia northbound on Beech Street, where only southbound traffic is allowed. He turned onto Liberty Street without signaling, then turned onto Seminary. The man smelled like alcohol and admitted drinking. His driver's license had been suspended due to previous OVI convictions. Operating a vehicle under the influence, Main Street: A Strongsville man, 57, was arrested at about 10:30 p.m. Jan. 28 after he drove a Chrysler 200 off the road. The man was standing outside the care when police arrived. When he saw police, the man started to step into his car, but police encouraged him to stay put. The man reached into his car, grabbed a pack of gum and shoved a wad into his mouth. The man told police he was driving from the I-X Center in Cleveland, became disoriented and drove off the road. Officers saw beer inside the car and two pint glasses containing beer in the snow nearby. Operating a vehicle under the influence, Sprague Road: A Parma man, 34, was arrested at about 2:30 a.m. Feb. 2 after police saw his BMW sedan almost swerve left of center three times. When the man turned from Prospect Street onto Sprague, his car bounced over a curb. Marijuana possession, Beech Street: A North Canton man, 19, was arrested at about 11:45 a.m. Feb. 3 after police found two glass jars containing marijuana shake, two packs of rolling papers, a marijuana pipe with marijuana residue and a bottle of amphetamine pills in his car. The man had parked his Mercury Grand Marquis at an angle in the road outside Baldwin Wallace University's student activities center. The car, its hazard lights flashing, protruded into the road and was blocking a fire hydrant.  If you'd like to comment on this post, please visit the crime and courts comments section. 
7 points by The Plain Dealer | Cuyahoga County Ohio Strongsville Ohio Street Automobile Berea Ohio Motor vehicle theft Ford Crown Victoria Transport
Police investigating shootings in North, Southwest Baltimore overnight
Baltimore police are investigating two shootings between Thursday night and early Friday morning, the first in Southwest Baltimore and the second in North Baltimore, they said. About 10:10 p.m. Thursday, officers were called to the 1800 block of Bloomingdale Road and found a 33-year-old man with...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Transport Road Police Criminal Investigation Department Shooting Walking Wound Street
Douglas County Crime Blotter: Inappropriate Snapchat leads to death threat
A high schooler threatens a classmate over a sexual Snapchat photo, a thief clears out the change is a car's cup holder and more in this week's Douglas County crime blotter.
1 points by The Denver Post | English-language films American films Boy Walking Street Male Road Female
City plans street redesign for Fulton Market historic district
The City of Chicago will break ground next month on a street redesign in the Fulton Market historic district to make the area more pedestrian-friendly. The improvements will include a full reconstruction of Fulton Street, which is currently full of potholes, and provide hook-ups for water and electricity...
156 points by Chicago Tribune | Road City Chicago New York City Northeastern Illinois University Paris Fulton Street Street
How to get to Akron's the Northside Arts District during Perkins/Innerbelt closure
The closure of Akron's Innerbelt during the city's Old Main Sewer Separation project means a headache to get to the Northside Arts District. Here's how. AKRON, Ohio - The end of the Innerbelt is closed. So is the intersection of MLK Jr. Boulevard, North Howard and North Main streets for a sewer separation projection that will take six months. So how do you get to the restaurants, hotel and galleries of the Northside Arts District? It's a question that concerns business owners there. "The only way we can still be here when it's over is for people to come," said Jill Bacon Madden, owner of Jilly's Music Room, which has live music several nights a week and a gluten-free menu. "They just have to drive another block." Previous coverage: ODOT to start removing Akron Innerbelt Feb. 6: See what roads will close for 6 months City engineering project manager Mike Wytrzyszczewski said because of EPA-mandated deadlines for the sewer separation projrct, and ramp closures on I-77 and I-76, the  confluence of projects affecting Northside was out of the city's control. So they city has been planning since 2015. The good news: There are plenty of detours to Northside, and they're marked with signs. Also, the Northside Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, which also houses the kitschy Speakeasy lounge, has opened its private parking lot to customers for the duration of the closure. The closure will route drivers, trying to go through downtown, northward off Perkins Street to Summit Street and then west on Furnace Street, which runs right thought the Northside District to Howard Street. Tips for getting to the Northside Arts District From Route 8 going north: Take the Perkins exit, turn left on Perkins Street, turn right on Summit Street and left on Furnace Street From Route 8 going south: Take the Perkins exit, turn right on Perkins Street, turn right on Summit Street and left on Furnace Street From W. Market Street: Bear left onto North Street near McDonald's, turn right on Howard Street and left on Ridge or Furnace streets. Or take Market through downtown. Turn left on Summit Street, cross Perkins Street and turn left on Furnace Street From E. Market Street: Turn right onto Summit Street, cross Perkins Street, turn left on Furnace Street From Tallmadge Avenue: Take Howard Street going south toward downtown, turn left on Ridge or Furnace streets Dave Sharp, director of operations at dba, Dante Boccuzzi Akron and Speakeasy, says the closure may have positive effects. "It might expose more people to this place," Boccuzzi said. However, there is some worry out-of-town travelers will have a hard time finding the Courtyard hotel, the only open hotel in the downtown area. During the convergence of the North Main/Howard Street/Innerbelt closure and Old Main Sewer Separation project, drivers can access the Northside Arts District in several ways. Most traffic coming from downtown will take the detour from Perkins Street to Summit Street to Furnace Street. Howard Street will remain open to Beech Street. City of Akron  Sharp said most of his customers come from Cleveland, the west and the north suburbs, such as Hudson and Cuyahoga Falls, so they can still take Route 8 to Perkins Street and take the detour down Summit to Furnace Street. But he's also driven the route from various directions in town and made suggestions for signage placement. He's asked for a sign on West Market Street at North Street, which runs east to Howard Street. The Northside District logo will be added to the orange detour signs all around the district to help drivers navigate the closure. But Claudia Zeber Martell and Michael Martell of Zeber-Martell Clay Studio & Art Gallery are concerned the detour will cause drivers to go faster down Furnace Street. The couple, who have owned the gallery there for nearly 30 years, have kept the business alive through many construction events over the years and feel confident their clientele will still come. But safety is a concern. The city plans to have police out during the first weeks of the closure. "If we need them, we'll keep them there," Wytrzyszczewski said. To stay up to date on Akron's road closures, visit DriveAkron. Visit the Northside Arts District Facebook page for more information. SaveSaveSaveSave
124 points by The Plain Dealer | Courtyard by Marriott Marriott International Akron Ohio North Left-wing politics Closure Street
Boil order issued in Stickney after water main breaks
A boil order was issued Monday evening in west suburban Stickney after a water main broke.
130 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Water Boiling Street Cherry Jones Jayne Atkinson Infrastructure Cook County Illinois Pershing Road
Alianna's last journey down Kinsman Road offers lessons in the dark: Phillip Morris
Alianna DeFreeze went missing on a dark Kinsman Avenue where many children continue to find their own way to school. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The light from Marshall's Barbershop flickers onto Kinsman Road at 4:30 most mornings. The shop is known for catering to men who want a haircut or shave before the sun comes up. The late Congressman Louis Stokes was a regular. The rest of the Mount Pleasant neighborhood is not so bright or inviting in the pre-dawn hours. Diagonally across Kinsman Road stands the former St. Cecilia Church, a parish that catered to inner-city Catholics for nearly a century until its membership tanked and Bishop Richard Lennon closed it in 2010. The street corner of the darkened building, since repurposed into a non-denominational church, hosts an RTA bus stop. That is where the beginning of the end started for Alianna DeFreeze, 14, whose body was found three miles away in an abandoned house last Sunday. Christopher Whitaker, a registered sex offender, was arrested Thursday and charged with her murder. Troubling questions now confront the city. How did Alianna go missing at a busy intersection in the shadow of Cleveland Police Fourth District headquarters? How can we better protect our children as we send them off to schools in neighborhoods where predators lurk and danger constantly fills the streets? Alianna's murder is a jarring wake-up call that comes at the cost of a teen's life. We know how her tragic story ultimately ends. Now we must determine how it began two Thursday mornings ago, and what lessons we can learn. We know that Alianna's final trip down Kinsman was in the dark aboard an RTA bus. What did she see? Who saw her? Was she ever really safe during any part of her journey to school? I rode the No. 14 RTA bus early Thursday morning, and walked along Kinsman Road and Union Avenue to try and get a sense of what Alianna's final pre-dawn ride and walk might have been like. I was stunned and worried by what I saw: a large number of children moving about. Unescorted children. These children, even the larger ones, were easily identifiable by their book bags, the way they talked, or their plastic RTA bus passes, which some of them wore around their necks. A week earlier, Alianna was one of those children. She boarded the No. 14 bus just after 6:30 a.m. on her way to E Prep & Village Prep Woodland Hills, a high-performing charter school. It's a 15-minute RTA ride that took her through the heart of a still-darkened neighborhood filled with beauty salons, social service agencies, collapsing buildings and churches -- lots of churches. She got off the bus at East 91st Street, near Union Avenue, and quickly went missing. A week later, in the wake of her highly publicized kidnapping and murder, countless children still were boarding public transportation or walking along the darkened streets without chaperones. Why? I wasn't the only one pondering that question. "I am surprised at the number of children I see out here by themselves. I'm keeping an eye on them," said Charles Lewis, who works for One Six Security, which provides security for some Cleveland charter schools. "If I see a child who's acting nervous or just has an uncomfortable look, I will walk with them and make sure they're OK. But as long as they're laughing and acting like children, I'll just keep an eye on them and make sure they get to where they need to go." Lewis was standing down the street from the Fourth District police station when we spoke Thursday. He said he was moved to the Kinsman and Union Avenue intersection near Alianna's school after she went missing. He now spends at least four hours a day watching for children as they transfer from the No. 14 bus and get onto the No. 10 (the route that Alianna took before she went missing). But why do we wait before we act? Why do we reassign professional crossing guards and child protectors like Lewis to dangerous intersections after a life has already been snatched? How many more dangerous sexual predators walk among us? How do we intend to protect our children from them? This city must address those questions now and in the coming mayoral election. How can we continue to push school reforms, when the path to the schoolhouse door is fraught with danger? Cleveland has lately been heralded as a city brimming with comeback stories and economic potential. We hosted a highly praised Republican National Convention, and our sports teams have generated a form of social currency that is good for the hospitality industry and some downtown development. What does it all mean if a seventh grader can't ride a bus safely to school? The city and its schools have a primary role to play in protecting the young after they leave the safekeeping of their parents. But so do neighborhood anchors. The number of darkened churches that Alianna passed on her final morning led me to ask what some might consider an unfair question. What if the Mount Pleasant churches along Kinsman Road turned on their lights each morning when children headed off to school? Would it help? Would it cause a predator or any other criminal to think twice before striking? Maybe it does take a lighted village of churches to help guide a child -- especially in dangerous hours before dawn. Alianna's final journey down Kinsman Road started next to a dark church, across the street from a well-lit barbershop. The barbershop is considered a neighborhood anchor and a safe place. Then the girl's life journey was brutally interrupted near an intersection in which she should have been safe. Every neighborhood has a stake in protecting its young. It's a matter of wanting and finding a way to make a difference. That is one of the necessary and painful lessons of Alianna's death.
210 points by The Plain Dealer | Public transport Bus stop Bus Road Charter school Sex offender Bus transport Street
Runaway bull's escape from Texas butcher shop foiled by modern cowboys on horses
This bull should have stuck to the back streets. Instead, the escapee from a custom meat-processing shop in Weatherford wandered a couple miles and ended up on Main Street in the Fort Worth-area town of about 27,000.
95 points by The Houston Chronicle | Cowboy Street Cattle Butcher Lasso Equestrianism Meat processing Rodeo
Enjoy Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo, but don't get attached
Your California Bucket List: Essential adventures and experiences in the Golden State Feb. 2, 2017, 6 a.m. (Al Seib, Brian van der Brug, Rick Loomis, Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Here's our growing guide to essential California adventures, easy to edgy. We'll be adding to it daily all...
46 points by Los Angeles Times | Pike Place Market San Luis Obispo California Public house Street Bubblegum Alley California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo County California
Part of Conway Street in Baltimore to close this weekend for utility work
Westbound Conway Street in Baltimore will be closed between Charles and Howard streets for utility work this weekend, the city Department of Transportation said. The stretch of road will be closed from 8 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday. Drivers are encouraged to use alternate routes this weekend....
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Street Road Transport
World Day of Remembrance slated Sunday for road crash victims
The event, which will take place at 2 p.m. at Palm Mortuary, 1325 Main St., is a way for people to honor their loved ones, Eric Breen, director of UNLV’s Vulnerable Road Users Project said in a statement.
34 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Street Las Vegas Nevada Nevada Las Vegas metropolitan area Paradise Nevada Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice Road Personalization
Editorial: Main Street revival just beginning
Nearly two decades after the idea was first officially discussed, Concord’s Main Street restoration project is all but complete. It’s a civic triumph. Now, rather than rest on success until it grows shabby and then empty, as happened for a time with Eagle and Bicentennial squares, the city and its...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | Street Budget Shopping mall Pretzel House
TRAFFIC: School bus carrying North Allegheny students veers off road in Marshall
Authorities are responding to the scene of a school bus accident in Marshall this morning.
1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Road Allegheny County Pennsylvania Traffic Downtown Pittsburgh Bridges in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Lane Pedestrian crossing Street
Report: Colorado ranks No. 4 for smaller businesses while Denver moves up to 15
Denver may be a hub for fast-growing startups. But a new report from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation shows the city and the state of Colorado attract and keep slower-growing businesses, too.
7 points by The Denver Post | Business Small business U.S. state Colorado Front Range Urban Corridor Entrepreneurship Street Kansas
Merging into traffic? You're doing it wrong
Those jerks who zoom to the front of the line and cut in front are right, experts say.         
27121 points by Arizona Republic | Traffic Road Lane Central reservation Driving Merge Street The Road
Behold the world’s first beer pipeline
The world’s first beer pipeline, in Bruges, Belgium, is an ale lover’s dream. On Friday, Belgian brewer De Halve Maan (which translates to “the Half Moon”) opened a two-mile pipeline that connects its brewery in Bruges’ city center to its bottling plant in the nearby suburbs. The pipeline can transport up to 1,500 gallons —...
80 points by New York Post | Brewing Beer Street Belgium Bruges Hops City Brewery
Harvey railroad crossing closed for track repairs
A railroad crossing in south suburban Harvey will remain closed for track repairs until early next month.
-1 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Road Cormac McCarthy Street Transport Commissioners' Plan of 1811 New York City
Cops release photo of creep accused of groping woman in Queens
A creep in Queens groped a woman as she boarded a city bus — then kept the unwanted advances going by blowing her kisses.
82 points by Daily News | Queens New York City Street Leo White Jess Robbins Azure Jeans Attack
Off-duty Atlanta police officer could face charges in deadly crash

5 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Constable Police Street Downtown Atlanta Henry W. Grady Margaret Mitchell Buckhead Punk rock
Baltimore police release names of victims in three Friday homicides
Police on Monday identified the victims in three Baltimore homicides last week. Travis Lane, 44, of the 600 block of North Montford Ave. in McElderry Park, was killed in a shooting in the 700 block of Mello Court in East Baltimore about 9:05 p.m. Friday, police said. Separately, another 44-year-old...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Victim The Victim Monday Street Lane Road Killings United Kingdom
Gulfport's Fishbone Alley to open Oct. 2
GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) - An alley once littered with trash bins will make its debut as a brick-paved and art-filled downtown walkway Oct. 2, the same day Gulfport hosts View the Cruise, part of the opening festivities for Cruisin' The Coast. Gulfport Economic Development Director David Parker, who had the ...
2 points by The Washington Times | Gulfport Mississippi Pulitzer Prize for Public Service The Sun Herald Street English-language films Executive director The Washington Times
Ravenswood Manor neighbors concerned about traffic diverters
Lengthy travel times and increased alley traffic are amon concerns Ravenswood Manor neighbors have about traffic diverters taking effect Monday.
11 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Street Civil liberties Road American Civil Liberties Union Pedestrian Traffic The Manor Studio Diversion
Police: Man struck by car in Hooksett, seriously injured
HOOKSETT, N.H. (AP) - Police in New Hampshire are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a car and severely injured in Hooksett over the weekend. Emergency responders were dispatched to the scene on Main Street between Riverside Drive and West River Road around 3 p.m. Sunday following reports of ...
1 points by The Washington Times | New Hampshire English-language films Boston Street Injury Sunday Greater Boston Manchester New Hampshire
Primary 2016: Polling locations and times
Polling locations and times for the Sept. 13 state primary election.Allenstown: St. Jean The Baptist Parish Hall, 10 School St.;  7 a.m. to 7 p.m.Andover:​​ Andover Elementary/Middle School, 20 School St.; 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.Barnstead:​​ Barnstead Town Hall, 108 S. Barnstead Road; 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.Belmo...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | Middle school High school Belknap County New Hampshire School types New Hampshire Bradford College Street
Downtown: City council to choose some art for Concord – and where to put it
What sort of public art would you like to see downtown?   The new-look Main Street was designed with 11 spaces for art installations, and soon, at least two of them could be occupied by sculptures the city leases for a year.In a report the city council will consider this evening, City Manager Tom As...
99 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire Sculpture Installation art Public space Family Street Concord New Hampshire Grandparent
D.C. police fatally shoot motorcyclist who rammed police car
A D.C. police officer fatally shot a man early Sunday after he had run his motorcycle into a marked police cruiser. An officer saw a motorcyclist driving recklessly near the 1700 block of U Street NE about 4:30 a.m. Sunday. A few minutes later another officer saw a matching motorcycle ...
5 points by The Washington Times | Washington D.C. Motorcycle English-language films The Washington Times Injury Street Police Constable
Lane closings for downtown street work begin Monday
There will be lane closings on several streets downtown starting Monday and continuing through the month because of resurfacing work and the installation of protected bike lanes or other bike-lane improvements. The work’s being done and lanes will be closed on Randolph Street from Michigan Avenue to Wacker Drive, Dearborn Street between Wacker and Madison […]
-1 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Lake Shore Drive Chicago River Streets in Chicago Illinois Wacker Drive Road Chicago Randolph Street Street
My Turn: Loudon Road ‘diet’ won’t make things worse
Loudon Road from Branch Turnpike to Hazen Drive and Airport Road has one of the highest accident rates for any roadway in the New Hampshire. Almost every component of the roadway is substandard for the volume of traffic it carries. This is the reason for the unprecedented contribution by the state...
2 points by Concord Monitor | Road Traffic Lane Transport New Hampshire Turn Pedestrian crossing Street