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local passion' sales up - pac amherst news-tim epa makes demands page 3 taylor speaks state of the city address willi his first two months in office securely untlcr belt, mayor dave delivered a to council at its march 8 meeting. taylor's progress report, which he called "snapshot" administration's activity, lauded amherst's departments for new programs and increased productivity while reducing five car pile-up ignites township traffic debate by jason hawk news-times reporter five-car pilcup that left 13 juveniles shaken but uninjured has prodded trustees take careful look hot spots along middle ridge road. 1 crash occurred 3:38 p.m., according highway jtatrol reports, just after high school students were released from classes. all vehicles head ing castbound when lead stopped signal prior making left-hand turn into private drive, report said. none passengers required medical attention, driv ers cited with failure maintain clear assured dis tance. was one seven plague road since start 2004, occur near eddystonc drive intersection, said patrol spokesperson. 2003, 42 motor vehicle accidents recorded continued on 5 smath infant death ruled homicide investigators quiet details, suspect search prosecutors promised release additional informa tion last week untimely fivc-month-old riley harris smath. infant's feb. 6 wednesday lorain county coroner paul matus, who stated expenses. chief among recent actions receive praise council's adoption permanent 2004 budget, totals nearly $42 million. "the budget reflects diligent effort cut expenses," "our concern is not 2005 beyond " instructors michael dancull stacko tracy's karate studios cooper foster park demonstrate kicking techniques self-defense monday. their excercises include methods warding off attackers guns sticks. cause multiple brain injuries, includ impacts resulting skull fractures, blunt impacts. trauma, date smath's death, deceased hospital (hospital orthopedic specialty services) shortly p.m. city's general fund, provides money essential operations such as police fire coverage, $5.3 million newly-adopted budget. department oper ates continuous, around-the-clock basis, naturally accounts bulk fund's operating expenses, taylor, commending no kidding around day. matus announced homi cide ruling receiv results blood tests, because investigation continuing, declined comment specifics injuries instrument used inflict them, did whether intentional or aggravated. goait outlines agressive plan lonnic dillon decreasing $2.3 without affecting quality cutting serv ices. despite rcspondcr program costs arc expect ed come under $508,7 0 well, thanking residents an elected equipment levy. standard statement, detec tive dan jasinski accumu lated "extensive evidence," been forwarded prosecutor's office, will most likely be presented grand jury. charges have filed case, name number suspects, location crime scene, "although we part-time department, envy area departments," said, adding facilities modifica tions still house upgraded equipment. also limited funds utilities departments, handles streets, water, electricity, street evidence supporting matus's so foil investigation. obituary information son gerald eileen callahan-smath lorain, could reached com ment. initial fivc-scntcncc 7 need garage esti mated minimum cost $800,000, does currently have, taylor. water focus three major projects including pletion watcrlinc jackson bridge! pago week, officer les george trapped crushing weight fallen tree. this almost resenting being bed much. "it happened fast, i n't really tell you what hap pened. limbs came window punctured my side. it tore badge right off," incident, caused more than 50-mph winds hit friday, 5, hundreds homes power. 'truthfully, work, don't think about gers, can happen any given day," told news-times. "things quickly time it, react rely instinct training keep going." 35-year veteran department's traf fic division, offi cer years amherst, recuperating puncture wound side chest four broken ribs. cleveland metro aiming batter grades fourth-grader casey kozusko fills tray pancakes sausage (left) joins pals eric armstrong joey bloodsworth hearty pre-proficlency test breakfast. teachers staff members elementary designed morning principle chocolate chip would give ener gy they needed concen trate' important testing day year.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-03-17|
|Date of Original||2004-03-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-03-17|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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