Friday Nov 22
The Daily Herald
This and That a " Lincoln Highway 100
The year is almost over but there is still one month to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Lincoln Highway.
Friday Nov 22
Poll shows tremendous support to delay Braves stadium vote
The poll, conducted Nov. 19 and Nov. 20 of 750 likely voters in Cobb County, shows that 81 percent support delaying the vote, reports SaportaReport.com.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
El Paso Times
El Paso's Hunt Cos., part of $50M public housing project in Virginia
El Paso-based Hunt Cos., and partner TCG Development Advisors, of Washington, D.C., have been awarded a contract for the almost $50 million redevelopment of 200 housing units in a low-income housing project in Portsmouth, Va., the companies announced last week.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Specialty grocer Mrs. Green's to open at shuttered Fox & Obel site
Specialty grocer Mrs. Green's Natural Market has signed a lease to take over the shuttered Fox & Obel site at 401 E. Illinois St. in River East Plaza, an executive with Mrs. Green's owner said Friday.
Remembering JFK: Where you were when you heard the news
The teletype machine went silent...it started up with the message, 'The President is dead,' another pause and then a portrait of Kennedy came up... As flashbulb memories go, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963 is one that has not diminished with time.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Public Works .com
Hunt-TCG Awarded Housing Authority Project In Portsmouth, Va
An affiliate of Hunt Companies, Inc. and TCG Development Advisors, LLC , today announced they have been named the private development partner for the redevelopment of the low-income housing neighborhood of Lincoln Park.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Ventra card complaints dominate CTA budget hearing
The only public hearing on the Chicago Transit Authority's proposed "good news" budget turned into a giant Ventra dump fest Tuesday night, with speakers calling the new fare payment system a "fiasco" on par with the city's troubled parking meter deal.
CTA urged to consider basing fares on distance or time of day
The CTA should be studying fares based on distance traveled or peak-hour usage following release of a 2014 proposed budget packed with "overly optimistic" expectations of state funding increases, a civic watchdog group said Tuesday.