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west nile warnings given - page 2 old navy, kohl's possible pag it amherst new awherst public u www 221 spring street s-tiiiu orange barrel alert: route 58 project starts t r hee1 crews will work at night to add two turning lanes crowded ramps mayor david taylor said ho alleviate rush hour gridlock by on 58. engineer injured in rr track explosion was a quiet the tracks when sudden, sharp ronr side of his westbound train made one willard engine driver fear for life. while passing through north-cm last saturday norfolk & southern railroad between cross and cooper foster park roads, geoffrey wood, 34, heard what he described as "shojgun-likc blast." occurred mid air next where standing south train, "only inches nway from head," according police. nearly half-mile nway, sgt. brian brancatclli outside police station north lake street. immediately identified sound detonation, not fireann. "each has its own distinguishing characteristic. there no way gun shot," said. officers zackery 1 loming dcvin small were dispatched discovered fireworks being set off several individuals mcadowlarks motor bike park. employee confirmed that wood's had been traveling approximately 60 mph n section rails close mcadowlarks. w.as open, with many campers awaiting an event scheduled sunday, june 25. homing party found be igniting known "roman candles." wood told did believe caused roman candles or bottle rockets, but m-80 continued 5 hopes installing jason hawk news-times reporter mobilization today broad daylight, workers city's most traffic-burdened corridor under cover darkness coming weeks. 2004 study traffic lights near prompted officials spend $279,000 build castbound front' heritage presbyterian church, other starting spruce tree lane. "hopefully help stack-up "it's always problem, now we have aldi moving in," taylor. "we decided needed some down relief, hopefully this do it. won'j solve all our problems, it's partial solution." problem," in. won't ull norvvalk-bascd buckeye excavating week propping area gathering materials during daylight hours, 7 8 p.m. 6 u.m. minimise impact motorists. just too busy day time, lunch time night, easier safer workers," complaints about commercial slackened recent years, said, vowed fulfill 2003 campaign promises. "when i elected, my biggest concerns. would make move faster more efficiently," news-times. aren't only alert amherst's horizon, 2006 repair program gets into full swing early 3 splish splash, they taking bath friends jacob brown michael mattoy, both seven features huge tubes umbrella-like structure years old, get drenched showers water anna shoot jets shallow pool. kids dash schmauch pool's newly-installed sprayground. tho site sprayground adult swim times. vows confront first energy reps over power loss outages arc result electrical line failures main energyohio edison trunk lines feeding amherst, say city officials. 30 statement, citywidc outage 22 lightning strike energy's 69 kilovolt line, resulting insulator failure. incident storms flooding battered much northern ohio, indiana, michigan, pennsylvania. thousands cuyahoga county also left dark hundreds strikes zapped lines. 28, static wire (top wire) broke fell around phase conductor causing three-hour outage. unavailable residents nn half sporadic rains 30-mph winds blew though major broke. meet joel fega discuss their local residents. "i want find out specifically what's these outages, talk primary feeds electricity see if can problems," frequently, disruption service happens because streets tall trees, branches fall across wires. utilities department is committed ongoing process trimming reduce risk outages. people know isn't fault church finished jamboree appell says since may, tearing up replacing sewers pavement street, merchants project's profits minimal. aiv expected 25,000 visitors downtown weekend annual wrestle great deal dirt debris engineers say. rice construction entrenched $61 ,500 road sewer replacement cleveland avenue tracks. opening ceremonies days away, manager aaron bramhall engineering festival-goers able use blacktopped roads bottom seventh drew ashton, 14, levit jewelers, pitch summer ball season well. ashton moderate speed, accuracy, pitches against bobel's office plus tuesday. regular league baseball softball ends friday. all-star saturday, championships july 15.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-07-05|
|Date of Original||2006-07-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-07-05|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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