The Virginia Department of Transportation invites the public to attend a virtual (online) design public hearing for the Route 522-208 roundabout project in Louisa County.
The proposed $5.4 million project will replace the existing intersection of Route 522 (Zachary Taylor Highway) and Route 208 (New Bridge Road) with a single-lane roundabout.
The online meeting will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 15 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. VDOT representatives will make a presentation beginning at 4:30
The Denton Holiday Lighting Festival has a different plan for this year, and officials announced hours for the virtual festival on Friday and Saturday, which includes two locations for a drive-thru “safe” visit with Santa and toy drive, and a new yard decoration and Christmas lights contest.
Organizers said the pandemic made hosting a crowded fest in downtown Denton too dangerous — especially with flu season compounding risks with the uptick in coronavirus infections in
A newly opened branch of a Jesup church is looking to make a strong impression on the Brunswick area by helping the community.
“We started in February 2009 in a conference room in Jesup, and we just really had a vision of a community of faith that reached outside the four walls of the church,” said Turning Point Worship Center head Pastor Justin Mitchell.
After great success in Jesup — the church recently dropped $400,000
CANAAN VALLEY — A skiff of snow from daylong flurries clung to the spruce-shaded upper slopes of Timberline Mountain ski area last week as temperatures warmed from a pre-dawn low of 9 into the 50s under a blazing sun in a cloudless midday sky.
One thousand feet downslope, Tom Price, Timberline Mountain’s operations manager, showed visitors the newly installed and passenger-ready Doppelmayr six-pack detachable chairlift, its base station painted in West Virginia University blue and
By ANGELA CHARLTON and THOMAS ADAMSON, Associated Press
PARIS (AP) — Tens of thousands of critics of a proposed security law that would restrict the filming of police officers protested across France on Saturday, and officers in Paris who were advised to behave responsibly during the demonstrations repeatedly fired tear gas to disperse rowdy protesters who set fire to France’s central bank and threw paving stones.
The mood was largely peaceful, however, as dozens of
By THOMAS ADAMSON and ANGELA CHARLTON, Associated Press
PARIS (AP) — Thousands of critics of a proposed security law that would restrict sharing images of police officers in France gathered across the country in protest Saturday, while Paris officers were advised to behave responsibly during the demonstrations in the wake of footage showing police using violence becoming public.
Dozens of rallies against a provision of the law that would make it a crime to publish
Most people find downsizing a daunting process. But not LaVera Leonard Sullivan. A whirlwind of energy and charm, she moved herself and husband Tim from their family home in Alexandria, Virginia, to an apartment in Lancaster’s Willow Valley Communities without any angst at all.
“She did it all. She always does. It was her hallmark at work,” Tim says, noting that LaVera started a Washington, D.C., public affairs firm that grew to 35 employees and
Area skateboarders are one step closer to performing a “tic-tac” at the city’s planned new skatepark.
A virtual meeting was hosted online Tuesday by city officials and Micah Shapiro, Grindline CEO/designer, to discuss the timeline for the construction of
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TORONTO — Ontario health officials are expected to release new COVID-19 projections today.
It will be the first time they have released such data since sending the province’s two
OLEAN — The Connection building on Wayne Street will see a new use, thanks to InTandem.
During a city planning board meeting, InTandem officials outlined their plans to reuse the former call center site to expand offices.
“We purchased the building with the intention of utilizing it as office space for our behavioral health staff,” said InTandem CEO Mari Howard.
InTandem is renovating the interior of the building, and plans to make minor improvements to
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The Plan Commission on Monday night will consider the final site plan for the village’s fifth Kwik Trip location.
According to the agenda for the 5 p.m. online meeting, the store will be located within the Main Street Market Development, west of Old Green Bay Road at 102nd Street.
Residents who wish to view the meeting can register at www.attendee.gotowebinar.com. The meeting also can be accessed by
GALENA, Ill. — After switching on the music, Emily Painter checked her computer to make sure all the dancers attending the class virtually could hear the song and see her as she started to move.
Every song had different moves and a new tempo, but each was designed to ensure the dancers — either participating remotely or in person — could follow along during the morning workout.
“It’s been frustrating at times,” said Painter.
‘Something very historical’: Push for diverse Biden Cabinet
WASHINGTON (AP) — Native Americans are urging President-elect Joe Biden to make history by selecting one of their own to lead the powerful agency that oversees the nation’s tribes, setting up one of several looming tests of Biden’s pledge to have a Cabinet representative of Americans.
O.J. Semans is one of dozens of tribal officials and voting activists around the country pushing selection of Rep. Deb Haaland,
A tree-lighting ceremony early Thursday night wasn’t quite what Mindy Stohs and friends expected, but they helped keep the tradition alive.
“We saw on Facebook that it wasn’t canceled, so we came,” Stohs said. “Since we’re here, there’s lights going and music playing, so we can still enjoy it.”
Stohs and her family, including her two children, were part of a crowd of about three dozen people Thursday who watched a light display at Spiva
An upgraded Sunset Avenue on the western to northwestern side of the city could have a roundabout intersection with Buck Leonard Boulevard and Forest Hill Avenue and would have a simpler intersection at Winstead Avenue and a traffic control signal at Weatherstone Drive.
Additionally, to help slow down traffic, the center turn lane on Sunset from Buck Leonard and Forest Hill to Halifax Road would be replaced with a tree-lined median and the speed limit
In the wake of Joe Biden’s victory in the United States presidential elections, Europe’s far right did not waste much time taking President Donald Trump’s side.
“There is no question at all that these elections are rigged,” Mart Helme, of the far-right EKRE party and interior minister in Estonia’s coalition government, told a radio show on November 8, as he repeated the US president’s false claims of elections fraud.
“[Trump] will win eventually,” Helme said.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York City chef Michael Lomonaco is no stranger to adversity.
As chef/partner at Porter House Bar and Grill and Hudson Yards Grill, Lomonaco has created and run some of New York City’s most iconic restaurants, including the 21 Club and Windows of the World, which was located in the North Tower of the World Trade Center.
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Lomonaco decided, by chance, to buy a
The first 500 commemorative medals honoring Gloucester’s quadricentennial are ready for purchase.
Minted in antique bronze by Medalcraft Mint of Green Bay, Wisconsin, the 1.5-inch, high-relief medals with the award-winning design by local artist Beth Swan can be purchased at The Brass Monkey, 85 Main St.
“At this time of year, it’s natural for all of us to look back on the extraordinary challenges our city has faced in 2020, while looking ahead to the