Gallery: Leaders look for ways to get Chattanoogans out of their cars +11 more photos Chattanoogans love their cars, and it's becoming a bit of a problem for the region. Rush hour on Interstate 24 at the ridge cut on any given week day can make or break a commuter's estimated time of arrival. Even a minor crash pushed to the shoulder is enough to bring traffic to a halt while major collisions or bad weather can hold up commuters for hours. Bosses and daycare workers usually don't appreciate the excuse of "bad timing" when it comes to missed meetings or late pickups. Interstate 24 traffic through Chattanooga can be a headache in the holiday season. Interstate 24 traffic through Chattanooga can be a... Photo by Tim Barber /Times Free Press. Unfortunately, it could get worse, which is why some local leaders are starting to explore how Chattanoogans can get to work differently in the future with ideas such as improving mass transit to working from home and … [Read more...] about Leaders look for ways to get Chattanoogans out of their cars and off the highways
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SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Customer Service SacBee Rewards About Us About Us Contact Us Apps Mobile & Apps Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube News in Education (NIE) Newsletters Local Sacramento Region Arena City Beat Crime Local Govt Salary Database The Homeless Marcos Bretón Transportation Education Environment Health & Medicine Traffic Conditions Weather Communities Elk Grove Folsom/El Dorado Roseville/Placer Yolo Sports Sports Kings NBA News 49ers Giants Oakland A's High School Sports Joe Davidson More Sports Raiders NFL News MLB News River Cats Soccer Colleges Golf Autos Racing Politics Politics Capitol Alert State Workers The California Influencer Series Local Elections PoliGRAPH State Worker Salary Database Legislative Gifts … [Read more...] about How John Cox made the money he’s using to run for California governor
Dean Phillips swore that he didn’t plant the man wearing a red “Make America Great Again” hat in his path at the State Fair last week, as he emerged from an interview at the WCCO booth into the sunlight of the fair’s first morning.But it was an awfully convenient opportunity for a candidate running on the campaign slogan “everyone’s invited!” and whose first campaign ad suggests there’s nothing wrong with politics that a little “coffee and conversation” can’t fix.Phillips, who owns Penny’s Coffee in Minneapolis, is usually not without coffee: there was plenty of free cold brew at his pristine booth across from the Kidway on Cooper Street. And Phillips finds it hard to be without conversation, too, and there certainly was plenty of it when he made a beeline for a red cap-wearing Trump supporter who had listened to his interview with WCCO’s John Hines.The man, who introduced himself as Tony from Rogers, … [Read more...] about Most politicians try to be everyone’s friend. But Dean Phillips is trying very, very hard.
Nawaplastic still hungry for Binh Minh Plastic shares Owning a dominant stake in Binh Minh Plastic (BMP) did not quench Nawaplastic Industry Co., Ltd. (Nawaplastic)’s thirst for BMP shares. Most recently, Nawaplastic registered to buy an additional 1.17 million BMP shares to increase its holding to 44.525 million shares, equalling 54.39 per cent of the charter capital. The transaction is expected to occur between June18 and July16. The registered share volume is the remaining part of the 2.86 million shares that Nawaplastic failed to buy during previous transactions. Notably, Nawaplastic registered to buy 2.86 million BMP shares during transactions on May 14-June 12, however, the Thai investor ended up buying 1.69 million of the registered shares as BMP did not match Nawaplastic’s target price. BMP manufactures and trades civil and industrial products made of plastic and rubber. The company also designs, manufactures, and trades in plastic moulds for the casting industry; … [Read more...] about BUSINESS IN BRIEF 19/6
Video PUBLISHED: 15:57 12 June 2018 | UPDATED: 18:29 12 June 2018 Andy Warren and Stuart Watson Paul Hurst is introduced to the media. Picture: STEVE WALLER © Copyright Stephen Waller Paul Hurst spoke to the media for the first time today following his appointment as Ipswich Town manager. Hurst discussed a wide range of subjects during his first press conference. Picture: STEVE WALLER Q: Paul, congratulations, you are only the 16th permanent manager of Ipswich Town in 82 years, how proud do you feel? A: Very proud. Very proud and very honoured and excited about the challenge ahead. Q: You were with Shrewsbury just a few weeks ago in the play-off final. Had you gone up with Shrewsbury that day, would you have been sitting here now? A: It would have been a difficult decision but, ultimately, this football club and it’s history (is a big pull). Also, I think the potential here means it would have been a very difficult decision to turn this opportunity down. I’m … [Read more...] about Pride, expectations, squad building and creating history