SECAUCUS BRIEFS

first_img× National Night Out is Aug. 7The annual National Night Out will take place Tuesday, Aug 7 in Secaucus at 5 p.m. in Buchmuller Park. The park is located across the street from the Plaza Center. The night out is a nationwide event for residents and local police to mingle and establish closer communication and cooperation. Route 495 lane closures could affect traffic for 2-3 yearsLincoln Tunnel-area commuters, brace yourselves. The state Department of Transportation was set to close traffic lanes on Route 495, starting Aug. 10, according to a press release.The headaches commence with the closure of the 31st Street ramp from JFK Boulevard to 495 westbound in North Bergen on the 10th. Traffic will be detoured onto Paterson Plank Road. On the 17th, one lane on 495 will be closed 24/7 in both directions. This will severely limit roadway capacity.The shutdowns are part of a massive $90.3 million, state-funded rehabilitation project on the Route 495 Bridge.Work on the span includes repairing and reconstructing the bridge deck, replacing and strengthening its deteriorated structural steel, and repairing and painting the substructure. The project’s first phase began in September of 2017 with local street improvements.The entire project is projected to finish around summer 2021. Motorists are advised to consider alternative routes during that time, such as the George Washington Bridge, Holland Tunnel, public transportation, or carpooling. For more information, email the DOT at [email protected], or call (201) 408-8495.Town will auction surplus propertyThe town will hold a public auction sale of its property, from Aug. 9 at 6 a.m. to Aug. 16 at 6 p.m.. Officials will be auctioning a 2004 Black 4 Door Volvo S60 and a 1996 KME Engine 1500 GPM Waterous 2 Stage Pump 55’ Firestix w/Akron MS. The online auction site is at www.govdeals.com.The buyer is responsible for all aspects of the removal of the purchased items, including loading and transportation from town property. The payment terms of the sale are posted on the website. All items must be removed within 10 business days of the close of the auction or ownership will revert to the Town of Secaucus.School board members file for Nov electionsFor the Secaucus school board elections, incumbents Lou Giele, Joan Cali, and Norma Hanley have filed to run again this year. Their challengers include Barbara Strobert, Mary Eccles, and Enrico Bolognino, who ran last year. Each term lasts three years. The general election is on Nov. 6.last_img read more

Free live stream jazz show

first_imgHe was part of the Young Lions with brother Philip and members of The Harper Brothers, having five much lauded albums and Billboard 100 positions to their name. He formed his own Sextet in 1993, recording seven albums featuring a host of special guests, true to Winard’s collaborative approach and the strong desire to showcase Jazz Greats of all ages, his heroes and heroines, he has held in high esteem.His latest project “Winard Harper & Jeli Posse” continues to record and perform throughout the region. For more info, visit: https://www.winardharperjazz.com/ Saturday August 29 at 8 p.m. Headroom Bar and Social presents Winard Harper and Jeli Posse on a free live stream via YouTube and Facebook @RIVERVIEWJAZZ.ORGWinard Harper studied at the Conservatory of the University of Cincinnati and at Howard University and was awarded a scholarship to study Jazz under the guidance of Jackie McLean at the University of Hartford. He has played with Dexter Gordon, Johnny Griffin, Betty Carter and formed Jazz sensation The Harper Brothers. ×last_img read more

Democratic candidate calling for more coronavirus precautions ahead of gubernatorial debate

first_img Previous article“Boomerang employees” becoming more commonNext articlePolice warning residents to lock car doors after a rash of break-ins Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Pinterest Twitter Democratic candidate calling for more coronavirus precautions ahead of gubernatorial debate Pinterest Google+ Facebook Woody Myers (Photo supplied) The first of two debates among the candidates for governor takes place Tuesday in Indianapolis, with coronavirus precautions in place. One of the candidates wants more.There will be no live audience, not even reporters — only the three candidates, the moderator, the production crew, and a single pool photographer. Democrat Woody Myers says the candidates should also have to take a coronavirus test the day before. And he wants the three lecterns as far apart as possible.Republican Governor Eric Holcomb’s campaign and the Indiana Debate Commission say rules discussions are ongoing.Holcomb tested negative on Wednesday. Campaign spokeswoman Holly Lawson says the governor doesn’t necessarily object to another test, but she points to Centers for Disease Control guidelines calling for tests for people who have symptoms or have had close contact with someone who does. Libertarian nominee Don Rainwater points to the same guidance to say a test is unnecessary, though he says he’ll do it if the commission requires it.You can listen to the Idniana Gubernatorial Debate at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 20, on 95.3 FM and 953mnc.com. Google+ By Jon Zimney – October 19, 2020 1 209 WhatsApp Facebook Twitter WhatsApp IndianaLocalNewslast_img read more

Thames Valley business spark

first_imgWould you like to read more?Register for free to finish this article.Sign up now for the following benefits:Four FREE articles of your choice per monthBreaking news, comment and analysis from industry experts as it happensChoose from our portfolio of email newsletters To access this article REGISTER NOWWould you like print copies, app and digital replica access too? SUBSCRIBE for as little as £5 per week.last_img