Sporting goods retailer opens 11th store in Alabama

April 30, 2015 by  

Dick’s Sporting Goods held a grand opening celebration at its new store in Alabaster last weekend, taking place in the Colonial Promenade Alabaster.

The retailer, which already has [Read more]

Exec assists Parma improvement efforts

April 30, 2015 by  

Armond Budish, the Cuyahoga County Executive, has kept his word to help Cleveland suburbs, including Parma, to demolish properties that are distressed and vacant.

Budish and the city council recently approved the [Read more]

Poem contest celebrates diverse submissions

April 30, 2015 by  

The creative writing class at Newburyport High School held its annual Favorite Poem Project for the 13th consecutive year last weekend.

On Sunday, April 26, at the [Read more]

Craft beer bar the latest Lansing addition

April 30, 2015 by  

As beer drinkers seek alternatives to the offerings of the huge major brewers, craft breweries have become more popular across the nation. Now, according to an April 9 news article, a new bar featuring craft beers has [Read more]

Bakersfield holding hearing over proposed rate increases

April 30, 2015 by  

On its website, the City of Bakersfield is giving notice of a public hearing to be held on June 3 to inform and listen to testimony concerning proposition 218, a proposed increase in refuse and sewer rates.

Residents and businesses are provided refuse service as [Read more]

Longstanding pavilion gets new moniker

April 30, 2015 by  

For many years, the building that welcomed people to the Indiana State Fairgrounds was the Blue Ribbon Pavilion. Now, the building has a new sponsor and a new name

As of April 9, it has been known as [Read more]

Butler water mains work set to flow ahead

April 30, 2015 by  

Pennsylvania American Water announced at the start of the month that it planned to replace many of its aging water mains in the area.

According to Mark Smith, Field Operations Manager for [Read more]

Dallas residents adjust to bag fees

April 30, 2015 by  

A poll conducted by The Dallas Morning News shows the grocery bag fee is still unpopular, but shoppers are adapting to the change by using reusable bags.

A Dallas Morning News survey, conducted by [Read more]

Arc construction nears completion

April 30, 2015 by  

Construction of the Arc at Market Street, part of the Arc network of facilities in Frederick that help the developmentally disabled across the country, is nearing completion.

The building, which formerly housed the [Read more]

Opinions on proposed Burbank dog park sought

April 30, 2015 by  

Those for and against a dog park for Burbank weighed in on the pros and cons of potential sites.

As at last one Burbank resident, Terry Hudgens, utilized a [Read more]

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