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  • Lengthy delays expected this week on Route 47

     
    Motorists can expect lengthy delays this week on Route 47 in Huntley as crews begin pouring concrete between Main Street and Algonquin Road Wednesday. Large …...
  • Pavement operations to slow Route 47 traffic

     
    Paving the east side of Route 47 in Huntley will delay motorists this week as crews continue with the improvement project. Crews will perform mainline …...
  • Closeup On Old Furnace State Park

    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: The name refers to an old iron smelter which once stood on the site, which is in the Danielson section of Killingly. In colonial times, the furnace was built to reduce local ore into iron for agricultural equipment and machinery....
  • Briefly In The News: Work at rail crossing to keep it closed

    The rail crossing at Broadway and Brazil Street will be closed from 7 p.m. Friday to 7 p.m. Sunday as crews work to rehabilitate the busy artery between Glendale and Los Angeles. Signs have been posted for detours since the rail crossing will be...
  • Legoland Florida builds toward colorful October debut

    Legoland Florida builds toward colorful October debut
    WINTER HAVEN — Lego building blocks are bright red, yellow and green, but so far Legoland Florida is mostly a sandy brown. That's about to change, said Adrian Jones, the theme park's general manager, at the construction site Wednesday. The...
  • Leesburg's aircraft idea for technology park doesn't fly

    Leesburg's aircraft idea for technology park doesn't fly
    There is a line where government's encouraging private business turns into government's getting into private business, and Leesburg is standing at the line. It's time to back away. Sunday's column detailed half the plan to build a Florida Energy and...
  • Court battle set between studio, Americana

    As the Glendale Redevelopment Agency and the Americana at Brand prepare this month for a possible showdown over the fate of the Golden Key Hotel, they also will go to court over a claim that a recording studio was run out of business during the...
  • Neighbors Near The LSU-VA Hospital Voice Concerns

    Neighbors Near The LSU-VA Hospital Voice Concerns
    It's no secret that a major construction project is underway in mid-city. The LSU-VA Hospital Complex will be good in many ways; but for now it's a pain in the neck for people living nearby. "I feel like I'm being disrespected. I'm not being treaded...
  • Coroner rules on cause of death for victims of Allentown explosion

    Coroner rules on cause of death for victims of Allentown explosion
    Lehigh County Coroner Scott Grim has officially identified four of the five victims in Wednesday's fatal explosion and fire on the 500 block of N. 13th Street in Allentown. Grim ruled William Hall, 79, of 544 N. 13th St., died from multiple blunt force...
  • Researchers Use Crawfish Shells and Sugar Cane to Clean Contaminated Groundwater

    Researchers Use Crawfish Shells and Sugar Cane to Clean Contaminated Groundwater
    Most major construction projects require an environmental assessment.  Using Geoprobe machinery, companies like Walker-Hill Environmental drill deep into the earth, pound in a sample tube and pull out layers of soil.  Then it's up to someone like NanoFex&...
  • Port gives rare look inside cargo terminals

    Port gives rare look inside cargo terminals
    SAN DIEGO -- The public doesn’t get to see how these essential imports get into our country.  On Tuesday, the Unified Port of San Diego gave FOX 5 a special tour of its two deep-water ports to kick off Maritime Month. Whether it’s your car or...
  • Bobcat driven into store window

    Bobcat driven into store window
    Chicago police arrested a 50-year-old man who they say used a Bobcat front-loader to break the window of a West Side Familly Dollar store Friday. Police found the piece of machinery in front of the store at 5410 W. Chicago Avenue. The man reportedly...