Monthly Archives: July 2021

Interstate 83 paving project to begin north of York, will include Emigsville interchange

Interstate 83 commuters will see more roadwork on the freeway as a year-long project is underway. Crews resurfaced 6.6 miles of the motorway between the North George Street and Strinestown interchanges, exits 22 and 28. The project boundary is between Locust Lane and Canal Road in the township of Manchester, …

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Simeon Brown: “Police disrespect”

The national police spokesperson urges the government to return to the negotiating table with the Police Association. Simeon Brown. Photo: RNZ / Samuel Rillstone It was revealed yesterday that talks between the union and the government have stalled. Police are now considering protest action after negotiations over a new wage …

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Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Secure $ 2.4 Million Federal Grant for Extended Fiber Optic Cable

A new federal grant for the Ann Arbor area will be used to expand internet infrastructure in a bid to “attract and retain high-tech companies, especially in the growing mobility sector,” according to a press release from the administration of Governor Gretchen Whitmer. . The Whitmer administration announced Thursday that …

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A record number of restaurants are opening in New York. Kind of.

The return of restaurants. The season of hedonism. New York summer. There is no shortage of names to describe what is happening on the streets of New York once laden with yurts, but Nicole Biscardi believes there might be room for another. “This is the start of the restaurant renaissance,” …

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The best weapons in GTA Online for range, speed, potency and more

If you want to climb the ranks, you will need the best weapons GTA Online to get the job done. The appearance of this weapon depends on your playstyle and your current rank in the game due to the way the weapons unlock. However, we’ve put together a list of …

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Chris LeDoux Rodeo Songs, Cheyenne Statue, Garth Brooks

By the time Garth Brooks verified Chris LeDoux’s name on his debut single, “Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)” from 1989, the true rodeo and ballad champion was already a cult star. LeDoux wrote and sang songs rich in detail about the grueling rodeo circuit with a restless …

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Corron Road Thin Elevator Pavement Improvement Underway, Pavement Removal Begins July 26 – Kane County Connects

Construction of the aforementioned project located in Campton Hills is scheduled to begin at the end of the week of July 19. The improvement consists of the removal of the pavement with the application of a thin coating of asphalt over the existing pavement, which will extend the life of …

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Global Asphalt Additives Industry to 2026

DUBLIN, July 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Asphalt Additives Market Research Report by Technology, by Type, by Region – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global asphalt additives market size has been estimated to be $ 4,052.56 …

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Broaden the footprint of the parish

Father Khanh Pham-Nguyen, Sts. The parish priest of Peter and Paul and Bishop Larry Silva untie a maile lei at the front door of the building newly purchased by the parish. The bishop then blessed the new building (below) inside and out. (Photos HCH | Anna Weaver) Sts. Peter and …

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Entrepreneurs of color are at the heart of our economic recovery from COVID-19

For centuries, small businesses owned by people of color have contributed to the fabric of innovation and economic growth in this country. Between 2007 and 2017, businesses owned by people of color grew 10 times faster than the overall growth rate of U.S. small businesses during the same period, and …

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