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Route 10 in Cheshire closed in both directions south of I 691. Detour is not bad, but traffic will get worse as morning goes on. The department traffic division responded to the scene.

A box truck, and SUV and 3 tractor trailers all involved in Cheshire crash. Rte. 10 closed. Drivers were urged to avoid the area and seek an alternate route because there were heavy delays.

Multi vehicle crash on Route 10 at intersection w/ I691 (exit 3). Road Closed. Expect major delays. Seek alternate routes.

There is no word on any injuries or the cause of the crash at this time.

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(WPRI) A Cranston man is facing charges after a crash early Friday morning caused the death of one of his passengers and serious injuries to himself and a second passenger. when it left roadway just south of Scituate Avenue and struck a tree in the median, according to Rhode Island State Police.

A passenger in the car, identified as 20 year old Chaudhry S. Talib of Cranston,died at Rhode Island Hospital after attempts were made to revive him at the scene.

The driver and another male passenger were also taken to the Hospital to be treated for their injuries. Police said all three men were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.

Talib was a sophomore at Bryant University. on October 27. According to police accounts, he was a passenger in the car with two other individuals who were not Bryant students.

from Bryant Counseling Services are available to help students who are coping with this difficult loss. A memorial service is being planned, and details will be provided when arrangements are finalized in accord with the wishes of the family. determined the car was traveling at a high rate of speed just prior to the crash. The driver, identified asHamad Manj, 20, of Cranston, was charged with driving to endanger, resulting in death, and driving to endanger, resulting in personal injury.

had a couple of newer firefighters on the scene, it was one of their first major accidents, he said. offered them counseling, should it be necessary. It kind of tears anybody apart, no matter how many years you have on the fire department, it would eat at you a little bit and you remember it for a while.
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TORONTO Coleman Hell didn think he feel so depressed when his career was going so well.

After two Juno Award nominations and with his banjo infused electronic single Heads in heavy rotation on mainstream radio, it seemed like all of his dreams were coming true.

But as the party happened outside, the singer often found himself confined to his bedroom. It was like magnets were pulling him towards his mattress against his will, he said.

this weird middle ground where you want to move but you can the Thunder Bay, Ont., performer said of the experience, which he was in the throes of about a year ago.

something I felt so many times: lying in my bed and feeling so low I can get up. I want to, but I can muster the strength. describes his innermost experience on a new track he wrote in hopes of laying bare the ugliness of his bipolar disorder.

The song is both a confessional and a reconciliation with himself, in which he ultimately faces his imperfections. The 28 year old musician was diagnosed many years ago, but had neglected coming to terms with its realities, he said.

isn part of a new album launch or even a song Hell planned to release but he said the longer it sat with him, the more he felt there could be value in revealing his struggles.

hadn come across a lot of songs that described the experience in any visceral sort of way, he said.

thought that might be something of use to someone. I know there a lot of songs that are maybe more hopeful, but this is a real depiction of how it feels. arrives as more artists pour their darkest struggles with mental illness into their work.

Logic earned heaps of acclaim last year with a suicide prevention track that included Grammy winner Alessia Cara of Brampton, Ont., on vocals. The song was written after the rapper was diagnosed with derealization, a type of anxiety that makes the external world feel unreal.

Florida rapper Xxxtantacion entire 2017 album, called leans heavily on the details of his depression, with one song dedicated to the suicide of his friend Jocelyn Flores.

Rap and hip hop are among Hell favourite genres, he said, and might have subconsciously motivated his latest song. He points to Lil Uzi Vert hit Tour Llif3, which dives into weighty feelings of sadness and isolation while touring, as one source of inspiration.

Facing his own realities wasn so easy, but at one point last year Hell decided enough was enough. He chose to seek professional help and changed his daily regimen to include more exercise and a better diet.

He lost about 50 pounds over the past year, he said, which helped lift his spirits.

started going to therapy and taking procedures towards making (life) more manageable, Hell said.

working on it, I think I made a lot of progress and I feel a lot better preparation for the release of Hell climbed back into his bed for an intimate music video shot on his iPhone.

The grainy, single take clip centres on the singer face as he sings about the experience that crippled him for so long. As the song played, Hell said the emotional intensity of the moment pushed him to tears.
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An arctic air mass moving into western Montana on Thursday and Friday should send temperatures to the single digits and push wind chills well below zero.

“Most people around here, if they haven’t lived up here in the last 30 years, may not have seen this before,” National Weather Service meteorologist Jeff Kitsmiller said in a conference call Tuesday. “This could be a period where we have some of the coldest average temperatures we’ve had in 40 years.”

One cold front was already getting established over the Rocky Mountains on Tuesday, which dropped the mercury from 41 on Monday to 22 on Tuesday afternoon in Missoula. The next front should be considerably harsher, Kitsmiller said.

“We could have places on Friday that don’t reach zero degrees,” Kitsmiller said. “There’s some moisture coming, but only ice crystals or very light snow.”

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daytime high temperatures will struggle to exceed 10, while nighttime lows will be well below zero. In addition, wind gusts as strong as 30 mph will make the cold even worse. Wind chill effects will make the air feel around minus 25 to minus 30 in some places along the Continental Divide and between 10 and 20 below zero in the rest of the northern Rocky Mountains.

That raises threats to schoolchildren waiting for buses, livestock looking for shelter and pets in outdoor kennels. While the arctic cold isn’t expected to make roads slippery, any motorist getting stranded with engine trouble could risk frostbite if not properly prepared for an exposed wait.

However, he added that nine of 10 Bonner students ride the bus to and from school every day. Parents may want to drive their children to school or wait with them at bus stops Friday if conditions get serious.

There’s a possibility that snow could be added to the mix by Monday, but forecast models haven’t settled on that yet. The weekend cold front has most of the attention.

“By Saturday morning, we really could drop the bottom out,
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friend of mine told me it sounded like a softball was hitting their house. And that is how it sounded. Just randomly, every now and then, I hear she said.

Scott Bates of B Aware Home Inspection in Rochester said the reason for these loud noises, which has been nicknamed a quake, is extreme difference between the outside temperature and the inside temperature of a home. When we heat up (the home) with internal heating systems the movement causes creaking and cracking. And you hear a cracking of the wood.

One of the loudest noises occur in newer homes with PVC plastic pipes, said Beekman of Tricor Inspection LLC in West Bloomfield.

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really hot water from the washing machine, a dishwasher or shower come through, you here a boom, he said.

some cases, the pipes have contracted more than they ever have before because it so cold. As you heat them, they moving very rapidly. Whenever you expand and contract, there stress relief. And that is what makes noise.

scares people. The big crashing noise sounds like something broke. People are hearing sounds they never heard before. We haven had (temperatures) like this in 20 years,
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BRADENTON, Fla. When the temperature start to drop the variation of just a couple degrees could mean the difference between a great harvest and a farm losing most of their crop.

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luckily some of their other produce like cauliflower and broccoli can handle the cold.

The O’Brien Family Farm is known for their strawberries which they spray with water when the temperature approaches freezing. When the water freezes, it helps protect the berry.

Tomato plants are kept in hoop houses to help them survive.

A trip to the O’brien Family Farm comes with the opportunity to pick your own produce and learn more about farming.

Our mission statement has always been to delight and educate families. And when you see the families come out here and they learn about honeybees and they learn about where the food actually comes from, it really is something good to see. Said Tom O’Brien, owner of O’Brien Family Farms
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BALTIMORE The recent spell of cold weather exposed the poor state of school buildings in many big city districts, including Baltimore, where the failure of heating systems closed dozens of institutions after children were left shivering in frigid classrooms.

Schools were challenged in other cities affected by the cold snap, including Philadelphia and Bridgeport , Connecticut largest city, as pipes burst, heating units froze and other pieces of decades old infrastructure gave out under the strain of record breaking cold.

It no wonder; investment in school construction and maintenance has been falling steadily since the recession, according to an analysis by The Associated Press.

Experts who have been sounding alarms about the state of many public school buildings say the problems that struck last week are a direct result of years of inadequate funding for basic upkeep. The need is especially great in urban centres where older buildings serve poorer children and maintenance is often put off until it becomes an exponentially more costly emergency repair, said Mary Filardo, executive director of the non profit 21st Century School Fund, which advocates for better facilities.

systems are vulnerable because they old and they well beyond their useful life, and so they fail, Filardo said.

In Baltimore, six schools were still closed early this week, down from 60 at the height of the district heating crisis. Images circulated on social media last week of Baltimore students bundled up in winter jackets in their classrooms and rubbing their hands together for warmth.

At Lakewood Elementary School, a 1960s era building in an East Baltimore neighbourhood marred by derelict row homes, children were sent back home Monday after pipes burst just as buses began dropping youngsters off. The school reopened for classes Tuesday.

As Sasha Harmon, 29, picked up her son at the school Tuesday, she expressed outrage that more has not been done to stop the deterioration of the city schools.

problem is not new. I remember being a little kid and wearing my winter jacket in class because the heating was screwed up, Harmon said. needs to do a lot better for our children. It is ridiculous things like this just keep happening. half of the city 171 schools experienced heating problems during an challenge amid days of frigid weather, said Sonja Brookins Santelises, who leads Baltimore City Public Schools. She praised city workers and private contractors who tried to get on top of the problem but said of mess up led up to the latest troubles.

As in other districts around the country, Baltimore has seen spending on infrastructure fall in recent years.

Nationwide, spending on construction and maintenance of school facilities, including staff salaries and benefits, peaked in the 2008 2009 school year at an inflation adjusted $132 billion, according to the AP analysis of federal data on school spending. That spending fell to $102 billion in 2013 2014,
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the most recent year for which data are available.

The American Society of Civil Engineers gave public school buildings an overall grade of D+ in its 2017 report card, finding that about one in four of the country nearly 100,000 school buildings are in fair or poor condition and a funding gap of $38 billion between what schools are and should be spending to renew facilities.

At Fairborn City Schools near Dayton, Ohio, water lines burst as temperatures plummeted and heating units stopped working last week in two schools built in the 1950s. In one, the heating system was so old that contractors trying to make emergency repairs had to take parts from an old, now unused heating system in another district school that has a newer system installed, Superintendent Mark North said.

know, these things are antiques, North said.

In another school, the heating problems seemed to cascade, with one unit failing each time another was fixed, North said. The issues required $30,000 in repairs and cancelled classes for two days as the heat was restored, the water mopped up, books and furniture were moved and tile was replaced.

A debate over who is to blame for the crisis in Baltimore is underway.

Baltimore district has suffered under mismanagement, said Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who announced $2.5 million in emergency funding Monday. Hogan, a Republican who is running for a second term, said he plans to submit legislation creating a new investigator general office to address mismanagement and a lack of accountability by local school districts.

it comes to the problems in our local school systems, it is not a funding issue, Hogan said. an accountability and management and competency issue. education officials did not directly respond to Hogan criticisms when contacted by the AP.

There has been woeful lack of attention over many years to infrastructure problems plaguing public schools, and many are not fit for children, said Democratic Mayor Catherine Pugh. Her administration launched a $1 billion initiative last year to close some Baltimore schools, modernize others and construct new school buildings.

Meanwhile, a crowdfunding campaign spearheaded last week by a Coppin State University student aims to buy hundreds of space heaters and warm clothes for students trying to stay warm in Baltimore public schools. It had raised over $78,000 by Tuesday morning, well over its $20,000 goal.
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The Cold Lake community rallied around the Cold Lake Mosque on Oct. 24 after the building was vandalized in what local business owners and residents called a crime.


A steady stream of business leaders came in through the front door of the mosque offering their support. They described the crime as and assured mosque members that this crime does not reflect the view of the community of Cold Lake. to pray, and found his place of worship vandalized. He said the writing upset him more than the damaged windows, which can be fixed.

writing hurts. This is my home, This is our home. This is the only home we have. My kids were born here. They go to school here. Cold Lake is our home. Canada is our home, he said.

Mayor Craig Copeland said he is with the vandalism.

going to paint Cold Lake in a bad light (but) that not what Cold Lake is about, Copeland stressed, adding the city is now more ethnically diverse ever and the mosque and its members are a part of that.

Copeland, though also expressed his pride at how the community came together to support the mosque.

Marilyn Maclain Harvie was one of the first to arrive with a can of graffiti remover. saw it on Facebook at work, she said.

Soon, a small group gathered, scrubbing walls and covering the hateful messages. The group joined arms and sang Canada. Cold Lake citizens gave the mosque gifts such as posters and flowers. The posters read are home. community members also expressed their support.

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said Ajaz Quraishi, who is well known in the community for his volunteer efforts.

Quraishi said he received lots of calls.

many people say, to hear. People care here, and that the main thing. Leskiw, MLA for Bonnyville Cold Lake said she was by what happened.

unbelievable. It floors me. I so upset by this, she said.

Leskiw added that it that a group as involved with the Cold Lake community as the Islamic society would be targeted.

undemocratic and un Canadian. other locals chimed in on Facebook. Debora Moes posted a photo of the vandalized mosque.

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Coffee Creek has remained somewhat silent to allow the developers, among others, to show their true colors. Sometimes the truth takes time to ferret out. It is now time to set the record straight.

Coffee Creek was designed as, and is, a golf course community. It is a quiet community intertwined with the view and serenity of a golf course, with streets bearing such names as Wildmeadow, Birdsong and Shortgrass.

We have always believed it should stay that way and have never abandoned that goal and ideal. In 2016, to our shock and amazement, the owners of the golf course, some of whom were viewed as friends, sold the golf course to developers without any notice to the Coffee Creek Homeowners Association (“HOA”) or the homeowners. Since that time, what is set forth below represents the “highlights” of our journey and what the Coffee Creek community has been, and is now, faced with:

In early 2017, members of the Coffee Creek community met with the developers and attempted to open the lines of communication. At that time, the developers stated that they had not had time to formulate a development plan, but desired to leave the lines of communication open, and promised to provide documents relating to the golf course property. Later, when inquiry was made, the developers refused to acknowledge and honor their promises.

We also asked the City of Edmond to place a moratorium on any redevelopment of the golf course. Our goal was to encourage and allow for meaningful arms length dialogue regarding the future of Coffee Creek. That request was rebuffed. We still believe a moratorium is necessary and proper, and, again, publicly challenge the City of Edmond to immediately pass just such a measure.

During the summer and early fall of 2017, the developers filed with the City two improper “preliminary plats” in which the developers: (1) omitted the content and layouts required by the City’s ordinances, failing to comply with virtually every legal requirement for their submission, review or consideration; (2) incorporated property owned by the HOA and possibly homeowners; (3) failed to disclose what we understand to be the real initial plan, withholding the size, scope and scale of their proposed multi family and commercial development; (4) proposed only dense and intrusive residential development completely incompatible with the Coffee Creek community and existing homes, which, along with streets the developers named “Ramett Road” and “Sacc Way,” unnecessarily abutted our homes, which were specifically designed and constructed to support a golf course and its aesthetics. Areas they did not cram with residential development were identified only as “developable.”

At the same time, we were provided an off the record plat attributed to the developers that proposed jamming 157 new single family homes on lots much smaller than our average existing homes; additional streets running right down the fairways and directly abutting many yards and homes; more than 200 apartment units; 135,000 square feet of commercial development; a convenience store of almost 2 acres; a nursing home of 107,
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000 square feet; meager or no allowances for green space; and the destruction of the trees and remnant forests.

Coffee Creek was unnecessarily required to spend substantial amounts of time and energy, and experienced unplanned financial expenditures, defending against an off the record plat and the multiple “preliminary plats” that should have never been accepted, let alone reviewed or set for City Planning consideration.

During the time the so called “preliminary plats” were unnecessarily pending before the City, the HOA met with the developers. Persisting in our efforts to open the lines of communication, suggestions were made for development ideals more suitable to Coffee Creek. These efforts and ideas were completely ignored.

Last fall, we were introduced to an out of town firm, Planning Design Group (“PDG”). Contrary to what has been suggested, Coffee Creek did not in any way invite PDG and has not in any way endorsed PDG or its efforts. PDG was hired and paid by the developers to implement a redevelopment plan for them. We have absolutely no relationship of any kind with PDG. In the meeting, the developers blamed their engineers and attorney for nature of their prior “preliminary plats.” PDG said it was starting with a clean slate. We also tried to start with a clean slate. Obviously, we were skeptical and, as it turns out, rightfully so.

In January, the Coffee Creek homeowners attended a PDG sponsored meeting. Prior to the meeting, the HOA sent written requests to PDG. Our goal, yet again, was to open meaningful dialogue.

We asked PDG to cooperate with the Coffee Creek community and share their redevelopment vision and the information they gathered in regard our community. We asked PDG to give us advance notice of any meetings regarding our community, so we could also attend and participate in matters with which we are so deeply and directly affected. All of this was directed to attaining open and transparent two way communications. PDG partially responded to our letter and forwarded it to an attorney for further response, that is, the same attorney that represents the developers. In response, PDG said what we were asking was beyond the scope of their work. The developers’ attorney said, “No.”

At the PDG sponsored meeting, the homeowners were prepared with tough questions, which clearly took PDG aback. Ultimately, their responses to our tough questions, as well as to our letter, are as follows: PDG simply provides a potential development concept, nothing more.

PDG and the developers never have, and do not now have, any interest in meaningful open bilateral discussions with the community about something that directly and dramatically affects our lives. PDG does not know if their development concept can or will meet all the City’s ordinances to even allow it to be built as drawn. PDG does not know if their concept will be economically feasible and, therefore, capable of ever being implemented. Finally, PDG does do not know if the developers will ever actually “redevelop” based on their concept.

Over the last year, we have fought hard to protect and preserve the Coffee Creek community, its values, our homes and our way of life, including the golf course itself, and we will continue to do so. We cannot take stock in what may only be a trojan horse. We will meet all present and future challenges head on. For example, should we reach the point where the developers apply for rezoning, we know exactly how many signatures we will need on petitions. The amount of support and encouragement that we have received from the citizens of Edmond is overwhelming. We cannot thank you enough for your past support and your continued support.
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With her 12 children grown and out of the house, Carla Hofstee is filling her now quiet life with a new focus two business ventures decades in the making.

The 64 year old calls it the “new season of my life.”

Her crochet business that started as a hobby now has a proper store front in Coeur d’Alene, and what began as simply offering organization tips to fellow mothers has blossomed into a full schedule of classes and the soon to be interactive book “Organization with Ease.”

Hofstee originally moved from Southern California at age 14 when her family decided to take over a southern Idaho dairy farm. She later moved back to California, where she met her husband, Jim.

Missing Idaho, Hofstee said, she and her husband decided to move to the Coeur d’Alene area to raise the big family she always dreamed of having.

“I felt like it was what I was supposed to do,” she said. “I wanted to be a mother and adopt as many children as I could.”

And a big family it became four biological children and eight adopted, including three sets of twins.

“Life was very busy,” she said. But that’s what really solidified her organizational skills, and her stress relieving crochet habit picked up, too.

From laundry schedules, to chore and to do lists, budgeting, gift and party planning, and more, Hofstee’s friends began to grow curious about how she managed to keep such a tidy and smooth running home, she said. She offered tips, but as word spread, she began to have too many visitors to handle at her house seeking her expertise.

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noting 250 women showed up to that first three hour long class.

The seminar quickly transformed into smaller classes during the week and in house visits to help with organization. Hofstee had begun keeping notes of everything, when a friend suggested putting it all in a book, which she finally compiled last year. She expects it to be available on her website in a few weeks.

“I’m glad I wrote it along my journey,” she said. “I’m better equipped now to do it all.”

Hofstee said she never imagined being the owner of two businesses at her age, especially given she was just doing what she knew and loved all those years, but “I wouldn’t change a thing.”

“I’ve honestly enjoyed it all,” she said. “You’re as young as you feel, and I feel great.”

Hofstee said she has no plans to retire.

“I feel like we all live on purpose,” she said, and for her, there are too many people to help, too much to do and learn. “I believe that God gave me my gifts and talents to share with others.”

“We need support. Support keeps you going. It keeps us inspired and encouraged,” she said.

Hofstee said a common thread she has come across in those with whom she works is that many lacked a traditional at home role model while growing up.

“Mentoring is essential to how we live our lives. My mother was amazing. I learned most of what I know from her,” she said. In return, “I love mentoring young mothers that are hungry for information that will make a difference in their life.”

Her future plans include holding small, weekly organization classes in the My Girls Hats store office (located at 610 W. Hubbard Ave., Suite 212, in the Harbor Plaza upper parking lot entrance fronted by Farmer’s Insurance), working with a publisher on her book and continuing to crochet hats, headbands, boot warmers and gloves for the store.
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