The ride starts at 7:30pm, but traffic closures on the Boulevard, from Leigh St. to Robin Hood Road, will begin at 6:00pm. The rest of the course will be closed to traffic at 7:30pm. All roads on the course will be open again by 10:30pm at the latest.
The event is free and members of the public are encouraged to attend. There will be over 40 employers on site to speak with citizens interested in employment opportunities and offer resume assistance.
At 18,000 square feet, the venue is billed as the world’s largest indoor shuffleboard club. It’s been designed specifically for social interaction for all ages.
“What seemed a small section of course turned out to be a bigger problem…,” owners posted on Facebook Monday afternoon.
After a horrible road trip the Kickers are back at home hoping to salvage a few points in the tail-end of the season.
A new Japanese ramen concept from the co-owner of Home Sweet Home down the street is saying “Hai, Y’all” to Carytown diners.
“In Charlie, we are incredibly fortunate to have not only a professional with a wealth of transportation knowledge but also a familiar face to the GRTC family, said GRTC Board Chair Gary Armstrong.
This two-hour, interactive event will feature four courses prepared by Chef Eric Cioffi, owner of Courthouse Creek along with Liza Fierro-Cioffi.
Kids can eat for two bucks when mom and dad come along, and there will be games and activities for the whole family.
According to the Department of Emergency Communications computer-aided dispatch system, the buttons generated 95 calls to 911 from May 5th to July 30th. Of those, 85 were silent.