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Potholes in Philadelphia by Leslie Rivera

At last Philadelphians are able to hide their shovels and salt to embrace the springtime as it has arrived. Temperatures are rising and the last of the snow is melting as we say our last goodbyes to winter. 583 more words

State lawmaker wants to create statewide pothole registry

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A state assemblyman wants to develop a plan that will streamline the process for reporting and fixing potholes.

As many New Yorkers try to leave the winter season in the rear view mirror, the potholes caused by the harsh winter are still hanging around. 328 more words

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Scranton Gets Loan to Pave Roads

SCRANTON — This game of pothole whack-a-mole has taken its toll in Scranton. That’s why on top of more than $700,000 in federal money, the city just received a $2.2 million low-interest loan from the state to help pave more streets this year. 232 more words

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Rep. Delaney Seeks Constituents' Tales Of Travel Woes

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. John Delaney is asking constituents to send him their stories of travel problems caused by inadequate roads, bridges, railways and airports. 84 more words

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Michigan Pot Hole ice cream may help fix crummy roads

Maybe Michigan needs to start a Go Fund Me project, or ask more major corporations to make Michigan Pot Hole items and donate money to the fix our roads fund… Maybe Michigan should copyright “Pot Hole” and collect usage fees… 97 more words

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Wonder 3: The Indian Kettles

Forward:

The Indian Kettles and Split Rock (the next in this series) are both geological wonders. Since the story of the Indian Kettles is on the short side, I’m going to start with the larger geological history of the whole region. 1,442 more words

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Navigating Moose Jaw's deteriorating roads

MOOSE JAW, Sask. – Like most cities in western Canada, Moose Jaw’s roads appear to have been hit by land mines since the snow melted. 469 more words

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