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indoor track comets shine - par amherst news-time n h s . i huh moth experts will answer questions toni bingo coming back page 6 tho area infested by the gypsy is located north of stoolo high school and south route 2. council consider $1 .75 million bridge deal nearly a half-million dollars ready to be shuffled between accounts help make jackson street debacle u thing past. city expected hire moscr construction rebuild infamous crossing, after finance committee members fired off salvo four ordinances floor monday night. proposed legislation, which formally considered in regular session on feb. 19, calls for adoption contract with $1.75 million, denignation an additional $350,000 contingencies, mobilization another $135,705 previously earmarked work bridge. chuck cvitkovich, project leader cleveland-based engineering firm hntb, told that demolition old, unfinished imminent. talks arc currently being held officials from norfolk & southern railroad, who are concerned safeguarding trains pass under while underway, he said. federal law allows railroad review plans send daggers protect during efforts. approval proceed could come "at any time," cvitkovich likely scheduled or tuesday requires clearance six-hour window aver period several days, d&b excavating cleveland has already been hired demolish old "essentially what (b&b is) going do jack up roll it approach," explained. once clear tracks, dismantled. continued pago 11 historical society prepares major growth spurt restaurant, store jason hawk news-times reporter most time, interested but now they busy looking future as gear few huge projects. chef shawn greives hopes open jefferson restaurant early next week society's grounds. eatery first many steps toward making financially self-sufficient over three five years, said group president john dietrich. "we thought this would win-win us," "we've getting large tour groups at our sandstone village (on milan avenue), lot them leave go lunch. we wanted give reason stay." safer than most," police t (don kflj jvjcws tjmcs c'1' nnjc '."on wjj sa' nas' xjrtmn m hn officers hayp taking " mhflmmflh soktvwontonhm hkl ej may not utopia, life reputation wbkkbkri soe bb hj quiet neighborhoods inhospitable place criminals. ua "vtr ui rfm bustling hotspots was "serious crimes were ""' im ohm- th 2006 committed last year ' mmmemgm mtr iflu waged war crime, according biggest concern us. there ruzz"""' 91 department's increase homicides flh&v'o nzz.t, hi ih annual report. area, flrbl n,, jh "generally speaking, y bhw? y7 ! say residents pogo lap v, "there's history here, we're elaborate it," quick look restaurant's menu enough. "i like italian, think people comfort food. marry them," greives. "our signature dishes chicken artichoke scalop- spring when inspectors find 250 egg sacs per acre ohio, that's bad thing. show count 14,000 acre, it's time call big guns try head disaster, "a small number cgs causes defoliation. nt summer winter," david adkins ohio department agriculture. tonight, other scientists state's suppression program hold house main community center, 255 park ave., 8 p.m. pini lasagna cooked skillets. have some really great panini." dietrich provide extra draw tours arranged, lorain county visitors bureau, should also foot traffic. good attractions historically-accurate blacksmiths, glass-blowers, musicians, vendors expressed interest working village, just item menu; hopefully may, said, new general 153 st. ye-olde-style sell antiques, local crafts, traditional goods, souvenirs. sport roofed spraying shadylawn neighborhood eggs oda rep 1 adkins. meeting house-style, leaders hand talk one-on-one about problem combat it. "we're let know more aerial we'll ruth haff checks progress volunteers ed branscum bud meitzke, around valentine's day. amhorst run establishment part village. spring," news-times. chemicals using, the, its cycle, we'll, tackle issues whole process." jan. 30 letter .mayor taylor, confirmed qualifies massive campaign qrccnlawn, shadylawn, sunrise avenues center steele treatment involves dropping mist naturally-occurring pesticide called bacillus v. kurstaki, toxic humans animals, warps so cannot hatch. done 5 schools myspace profile issue ajhs past months, public teachers across nation criticized even revealing inappropriate personal information pictures internet networking site myspacc.com. similar incident here resulted removal ashland university education junior december, details released district administrators week, "people need aware their image. if you put something throw red flags, about," superintendent robert boynton. dec. 7, teacher thorn hall heard kids his class talking specific student, principal michael diamond. major, charged crime connection incident, attending classes observe teaching techniques hours each field experience requirement. colleges typically assign such majors prior placing student positions. diamond student's term final evaluation had made rumors brought attention. subsequently advisor pat farley. her something. school, hear things all placed position check "she replied saying never appear building again. see him again."
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-02-07|
|Date of Original||2007-02-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-02-07|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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