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The Arizona Republic Two lawsuits will challenge Phoenix decisions in freeway billboard cases. The first, filed early in May, says the Phoenix Board of Adjustment erred in turning down a billboard request at Arizona 51 and Bell Road. The second,
Follow us on Jakarta As an initial step to reinforce order on South Tangerang roads, the South Tangerang municipal administration began to remove dozens of illegal billboards erected on main thoroughfares across the newly established city.
The "What's up your butt?" colon cancer awareness billboards won't be coming to the Tri-Cities. Health board members -- who also are the Benton and Franklin county commissioners -- voted 5-0 on Wednesday to reverse a vote last month allowing the
The Arizona Republic The battle over billboards along two Phoenix freeways continues. At least two lawsuits are in the works, one over an approved billboard along Loop 101 and another for a denied billboard along Arizona 51. Both are expected to
The county board approved new rules Thursday allowing signs with messages that change electronically or remotely...It raised fees for normal billboards from $100 per structure which can hold several billboards to $150 per each individual billboard.
27 am Updated: 05/17/11 9:50 pm For up to six months, the City of Tacoma will not accept new applications to construct new billboards or modify existing ones. The moratorium on billboards adopted unanimously Tuesday by the City Council is meant
USA Network will have more shows than ever airing this summer and we have a first look at the marketing art for two of the new ones: Suits (previously A Legal Mind ) which debuts Thursday, June 23 following the return of Burn Notice is about a
The winning billboards will go up around the region in a few weeks. Blair Hanson, a sophomore at Rocklin High School, won the high school category. Her artwork shows a young man smoking a rolled-up $100 bill with the message "Smoking will cost you
Perhaps you've noticed them while driving around -- billboards proclaiming that the end of the world is coming. According to one Christian radio group, judgment day is Saturday, May 21, 2011. A family radio ministry based in California has spent a
An atheist organization based in Stockton has sponsored a billboard along SR 99 that says, "Don't believe in God?...A second billboard with the same message is scheduled for display in Ripon starting May 16. The San Joaquin Valley Coalition of Reason