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chicago champs page 2 9 amherst news-times l festival lit lr m t'liii 1 cub scout pack 427 will host a yard sale on saturday, july 31 , from a.m. to 3 p.m. the be held northwest corner of intersection north lake street and west martin avenue. proceeds support pack's camping program purchase recognition awards. p vacation bible school called "the boomerang express" hosted by st. peter's united church christ noon 19 23. participants get take ride across land down under explore games, crafts, snacks, didgeri-doos, animals, guest all way australia. cost is $5 registration forms are available in office lobby. creative greeting cards demonstration at public library tuesday, 20 7 debbie almon demonstrate how she makes her own using various techniques materials. no required. storytelling presented wednesday, 21 nordson depot 671 franklin ave. friends sponsoring free event. storytellers patrick anders, 5, kennedy beursken, 6, julissa reyes, 14, adult mary jane bloom. reyes recently told easter sunrise service lakeview park national workshop florida. q ? c 5 b r n 8 c5 e i rr f stamp prices could climb two-cent raise would generate extra $2.5 billion jason hawk reporter those forever stamps while gettin's good. demand for fixed-price started climbing last week, postmaster marjorie czech said, when postal announced it considering raising price pooch parade lilly dempsey, 9, amherst, shows some love gal pal, lilly, before start annual jamboree pet parade, where doggies needed: eight tenants handful empty store fronts soon alive again with customers if tim uras has his way. uras, economic chairman main wants help match potential retailers vacant downtown spaces an effort drive even more shoppers historical district. "we're trying spread message that there's space available," he said. broker charge service, he's doing dime. locations currently jjvjjvi j. u j orange barrels right anyone who's been uptown past week knows meaning term "bumper bumper." traffic piled deep along rt. 58 between ridge lorain border nearly as crews repairing humps highway's asphalt rainwater catch basins underneath. work set wrap up aug. 20, four days buses once roll students school. yet again. fighting survive recession, agency change rate first-class 44 46 cents starting january. sending postcard also jump 30 cents. "economically, we worried about we're going any resident is," "we don't know headed financially." post lost $3.8 year cut 40,000 full-time jobs. this year, projections put or rent. director teresa gilles said she'd see small grocer, meat market, candy store, soda shop, book residence avenue south street. business strip made tremendous comeback since 1990s, go personalized face-to-face experience isn't norm big box stores. "if you're friendly outgoing have inviting manner, then come," upda fl recognize it's inconvenience, but you want able use roads mean waiting," mayor david taylor best can." need replaced because they're crumbling not catching rainwater, which can lead back-ups water-filled roads. they two three weeks finish, after many construction now cutting into flow removed. continued losses $7 billion. faces serious risk financial insolvency," vice president stephen m. kearney bring she's layoffs local mail volume holding stable. collapse building industry skids growth. photo australian shepherd mix, dominated year. owners well despite recent lull. "downtowns used hub business. come window shop," "that changed malls urban sprawl. now, economy is, people staying closer home downtowns becoming important again." several years, amherst's schedule lane close intermittently during construction. city's laid out pictures new tilled "images america amherst," authored youngstown state university history erofessors martha pallante donna leblasio. founding fathers children, pages show men women who took frontier town greater cleveland suburb. than 200 detail early automobiles, paved streets, lamps were just common place, sandstone boom economy. here's brief overview: 1783 josiah harris member survey team mapping wilderness 1811 established part connecticut western reserve. jacob shupe's family comes pennsylvania starts first sawmill, gristmill, distillery 1830 1847 ohio village "plato" john worthington quarry x tbsob11 1873 1884 name "north amherst" adopted hall constructed $2,000 $3,000 1900 dealer sam delafield trolley system lorain. 1909 community officially named 1916 york central railroad trains crash near modern-day milan avenue, killing 28 wounding 50 more. 1929 stone quarries companies merge. operations continue late 20th century 1052 powers elementary built enrollment climbs. honors fred powers, father education 1957 1974 marion l. steele high old time published arcadia publishing. information copy, call society (440) 988-7255. !
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-07-14|
|Date of Original||2010-07-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-07-14 91 28|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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