Design work continues for proposed Wilmington I-95 cap | The Latest from WDEL News

Public input continues to be heard as officials try to decide what should go on top of a proposed cap of I-95 through the heart of Wilmington. The Wilmington Area Planning Council (Wilmapco), DELDOT, and other engineers and architects held the third in a series of workshops, with this one focused on the features of … Read more

Years-old study sheds light on potential costs for Falls arena project | Local News

The last time officials in Niagara County considered investing tens of millions of dollars in public funds to build an arena in downtown Niagara Falls, county lawmakers hired a professional consultant with years of experience to determine if the project made sense. That consultant — Minneapolis-based Conventions Sports & Leisure — concluded the timing wasn’t … Read more

What the Ale: Cabin Boys Brewery opening location in Claremore | Dining

Austin McIlroy is taking Cabin Boys Brewery to his childhood home of Claremore. Thanks to a law change, breweries now can operate extensions or satellite taprooms as long they have a brewery on site. “It’s a place near and dear to my heart and, luckily enough for us, the city of Claremore reached out to … Read more

Prime Time Calendar | Seniors

Events are subject to change, cancellation or postponement. Please contact individual event organizers for up-to-date status of events. Providing care to a loved one from a distance can present unique challenges and issues. Learn strategies that can help support you. Frederick County Senior Services. Free, pre-register. Location: Online Virtual 50+ Center Also on Sept. 8, … Read more

What’s happening around Lake Geneva Aug. 31-Sept. 10: New businesses in Lake Geneva | Resorter

The information presented here is subject to change. To have an event appear in this column, email us at newsroom@lakegenevanews.net. 9 things to do 1. 173rd Walworth County Fair — Wednesday-Monday, Aug. 31-Sept. 5, Walworth County Fairgrounds, 411 E. Court St., Elkhorn, walworthcountyfairgrounds.com. Six days of everything from carnival rides, children’s games and live music … Read more

Shabby Barn makeover | News

1284 SW Fairview Ave. Dallas Finding, restoring and selling reclaimed treasures. That for Teena Shilling Hughes is living the dream. However, it took overcoming a couple of nightmare scenarios for the 53-year-old to become the new proprietor of The Shabby Barn. After taking care of her ailing mom, Shilling Hughes said she felt adrift when … Read more

Spotsy officials considering change to Kalahari agreement so company can get loan | Local News

The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors agreed to hold a public hearing on a proposed change to the agreement with Kalahari, the company planning to build a large water park in the Thornburg area. The proposed change is related to financing and would run through the state’s Tourism Development Financing Program. In the agreement, the … Read more

Why Is the Stock Market Down Today? Dow Slides, AMC Plunges.

Text size Stocks dropped on Friday and were extending declines on Monday. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images Stocks are dropping again as markets look ahead to Friday’s Federal Reserve confab in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where Jerome Powell could take a more aggressive stance in the battle against inflation. In midday trading, the Dow Jones Industrial … Read more

Hundreds of North Carolina entertainment venues received more than $287M in federal COVID-19 grants | North Carolina

(The Center Square) — hundreds of North Carolina businesses received more than $287 million in grants through the federal Shuttered Venue Operators program that concluded in July. The grants were aimed at entertainment businesses, such as theaters, museums and live venues, that were forced to close down due to government mandates during the COVID-19 pandemic. … Read more

New York Met buys Crow artist’s cradleboard | State & Regional

After his cradleboard won first place for beadwork at the Heard Museum’s art market, Elias Jade NotAfraid got a phone call that would change his life. A curator from the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art was on the other end of the call and wanted to purchase his creation for the museum’s permanent collection. … Read more