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The estimate of an additional month of work along Maple Avenue came from councilman and public safety chair Michael O'Hagan at the May 22 council work session, as he relayed information from Glen Rock Police Chief Frederick Stahman. O'Hagan said the
Work will begin next month on a $220,000 project to widen Maple Avenue at Sepulveda Boulevard in Torrance. The three-month-long project will widen the west side of Maple Avenue to create a southbound right turn lane onto Sepulveda. The traffic signal
Lang Partner's Zang Triangle apartments are in Oak Cliff. (Lang Partners) Developers of a successful Oak Cliff apartment project are headed to Dallas' medical district for a second deal. Lang Partners has cleared a 6-acre site at Maple Avenue and
Downers Grove officials have approved new traffic rules at the Avery Coonley School to improve safety for students and vehicles. The council voted unanimously to restrict the driveway into the school from Maple Avenue to right turns only from 8 to 9
A Burlington man charged with murdering a friend he described as "like a brother" to him over a debt for drug money pleaded guilty Thursday. Foyster Lawson IV, 24, of Maple Avenue, Burlington, was charged July 27, 2010, with the first-degree murder
Glen Rock Gazette Beginning this Friday, Aug. 10, the Main Line railroad crossing intersecting Rock Road will be closed to all motor vehicle traffic for approximately two weeks, as New Jersey Transit (NJT) workers perform emergency track repairs.
Neighbor News (Montville Edition) The saga of the Maple Avenue traffic problem continues. The Montville Township Committee could not vote on a solution to this issue even though Committeeman Scott Gallopo wanted it resolved at the April 24 meeting.
tool goes here It's been a decade since the worst day of Elvira Avalos' life -- the day her three sons were gunned down at a southeast Fresno apartment. Ten years later, the men who killed her sons are not arrested, a lingering torment that she said
According to Ridgewood Fire Chief Jim Van Goor, the tanker, from Mitchell Supreme Fuel Co., was delivering oil at the Warner Theater when pressure built up in its tank. The tanker then started spilling contents as it proceeded eastbound on East
Register | 3 premium articles left before you must register...Clifford sentenced him to 90 days in prison, fully suspended, followed by six months of conditional discharge. Prosecutor David J. Smith said the state had met last week with a man