Apr. 10—A proposal to build an outdoor recreation park near the west shore of Flathead Lake has drawn immense opposition from neighbors, who have launched an online petition and submitted numerous comments to the Lake County Planning Board saying the development is unwelcome. Torsten and Jessica Wedel are asking the […]

Batten down the hatches, secure the anchor detail and dog down all doors, rig for heavy weather! The Maine State Legislature is back in session. The Legislative Documents (proposed laws) are working their way through the “democratic machinery” with a vengeance. V. Paul Reynolds, Outdoors Columnist The unanswerable question is […]

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg credits the friendly skies for uniting him and his husband, Chasten.  Appearing on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” this week, the former South Bend, Indiana, mayor shared select anecdotes about his nearly three-year marriage, including the reason he opted for a somewhat unlikely location ― Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport ― […]

It was a year unlike any other, as the coronavirus brought most of the world to a standstill in 2020. While the wedding industry suffered immensely, life went on, and people still fell in love, proposed and got married no matter. There was no shortage of creativity when it came […]

Chicagoans who have flooded Amazon and other online retailers with orders during the pandemic to avoid in-person shopping trips would pay for the privilege of that convenience under a “ground delivery tax” proposed Monday. Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson (11th), grandson and nephew of Chicago’s two longest-serving mayors, wants to impose […]

Harrison Police Chief David Strumolo is set to the join the $200,000 club of Hudson County law enforcement. The $22,000 raise that the town council is expected to approve next month would pushing the third-year chief’s annual salary to $202,000, putting him more on par with his peers in nearby […]

CLOSE Buy Photo La Quinta is a city in the eastern Coachella Valley. (Photo: Jay Calderon/The Desert Sun) Stiffer fines and penalties, including a two-strikes rule, plus a required workshop for prospective vacation rental owners are among recommendations for changes to the city’s ordinance an ad-hoc committee is proposing to help address […]

CLOSE Buy Photo Gypsy Hill Park in Staunton. (Photo: Monique Calello/The News Leader) STAUNTON – Do you want more recreation routes for walking or cycling in Staunton? Here’s your chance to have your voice heard.  The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee wants the community to share their input on a greenway plan in […]

John Flesher, Associated Press Published 1:20 p.m. ET Oct. 4, 2020 Traverse City – Michigan voters will decide next month whether to change how money can be spent under a popular program that buys land for public use and supports projects such as construction of trails, playgrounds and boat launches. […]

North Augusta City Council began on Tuesday evening considering a budget for the 2021 year, factoring in the effect of coronavirus and adjusting some city fees. “In broad terms, the city is in good fiscal shape,” said City Administrator Jim Clifford to City Council, adding the city is starting off […]

HOBOKEN, NJ — On Monday, the city of Hoboken emailed residents to ask them to participate in a survey about a proposed ordinance before the City Council on Wednesday that “includes a potential $250 fine for individuals who do not wear face masks in outdoor situations where social distancing is […]