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Mr. Fix-It comes to ya live from Villa Park!

Yo! Mr. Fix-It, Lou Manfredini, is bringing you today’s episode from the Ace Hardware location in Villa Park!  If you haven’t been there before, it’s time that you checked it out.  109 more words

Mr. Fix-It With Lou Manfredini

Chicago Offering Ticket Amnesty!

If you have tickets piling up with late fees on top of that, now is the time to pay them. Now through the end of the year Chicago is offering ticket and tax amnesty. 22 more words



I could never be a flasher, but I met up with one recently. I had been with friends watching one of my favorite movies, “Connie and Carla.” On the way home, I dropped off the friend who had ridden with me and was heading home when I saw flashing lights on a car driven by an officer of the law. 148 more words


I drove up to Ottawa with my brother Ivan. He was going to help me find an apartment. Ottawa was my home for three years while I was finishing my Ph.D. 409 more words

Mark Zlomislic

New Anti-Speeding Program Reveals Ticket Totals To Greenburgh Motorists

NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — There is a new kind of ‘gotcha’ in one Westchester County town, intended to get drivers to stop speeding.

As CBS2’s Alice Gainer reported, Greenburgh is ready to take the new electronic speed signs to the road. 261 more words


Speeding tickets will be more expensive starting Oct. 21

QUEBEC — Speeders, beware. Starting Oct. 21, speeding tickets in Quebec will be more expensive.

Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée confirmed on Wednesday that more money from speeding tickets will go to the Fonds d’aide aux victimes d’actes criminels, to help victims of criminal acts, and to the Fonds Accès Justice that funds family mediation programs, for example. 85 more words


Judge: It's Not Nice To Leave Nasty Notes On Speeding Tickets, But It's Your Constitutional Right To Do So

No one gets a speeding ticket and rushes out to pay it with glee, at least, no one who likes holding onto their money. But even if it’s pretty rude to scrawl an obscene message when paying that ticket, it’s speech that’s protected by the First Amendment. 368 more words