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toddler found in street - page 2 city to hire more police 1 & r- 3 : ra amherst 4s pi e el new b oy caught 'sharing' percocet at schc six-inch knife also yields fifth-degree felony charge aqainst juvenile steele hidh m -- "..there are criminal issues that need he addressed. if they aren't then some students might think can get away with it," said officer john dalog. by jason hawk news-times reporter a 14-year-old boy faced 10 day suspension and fifth degree court after being bottle of stolen high school last month. the student was trying pass off an unmarked pre scription friend out side dismissal time around p.m. on sept. 21, according report released wednesday. approached another 14-ycar-old bike attempted hand him amber-colored white pills when dalog spotted transaction intervened. had no label it percocet, prescription pain killer, taking for ankle injury. way school's main office, could n't keep his hands pockets, balog's report, finally admitted carrying knife. black-handled folding measuring 6.5 inches full length 2.75-inch blade confiscated. pressed, con fessed from father, first there been onlyone pill. later recanted, saying consumed six tablets over two week period. gave least one pill known only as "terry." downpours forcing tough look aging sewer system deluge dropped near ly five-inches rain aug. 20 took its toll james parker's basement. "i'm not just talking seepage. i'm geysers shooting drain," ravenglass man, several homeowners who raw sewage pour into residence during storm. third since 1999 human waste shot sewers parker home. now officials admit ting drainage is breaking down, have engi neers looking curatives four problem neighborhoods. "nobody deserves their basements," safety-service director dennis clotz. "if we fix it, should." areas ques tion along elyria avenue august forced sanitary storm back-ups 13 houses, maps provided office has identified three lines may require extensive replacement projects, including section piping continued pago 12 pedal metal: chase hear ends playground 17-year-old stole parents' car led cops wind ihg through residential side-streets zones thursday night before caught. troy donaldson spot ted driver yellow pontiac sunfire racing cast martin a.m., slamming brakes stop sign cruiser nearby. zipped made tight turns ouj using turn signal, swing ing sharply onto cornell avenue, filed friday jacob perez. perez watched zoomed past intersection harris streets rate speed. flipped overhead lights sirens began pursuit, flew axtel inter without heeding signs, elude trail cruisers. careened south parking lot across washington powers elementary school. lost control far eastern corner slid blacktop, skidding grass coming rest mulched bed feet slide. officers approached, exited vehicle bookirt town seventeen-month-old trevor d. nelson smiles heads park wheelchair public library lap grandfather, nicholas demlch jr. balog wrote became alarmed because outside required emergency treatment chest pains prior week. principal michael gillam issued but declined press charges. move seemed odd light involvement drugs weapons, said. fire sight station kills cats, dehydrates .firefighter hours com pletely extinguish flames dispel smoke killed cherished pets sent firefighter hospi tal monday night. investigators suspect elec tric box fan cord short circuited, igniting wires wall jocket second floor duplex 355 s. st. church station. 911 caller shortly reported second-story windows, volunteer firefighters swarmed scene within minutes. neither landlord virginia mcmillan nor tenant denise meyers were home, entered building, attacking roaring top story, chief wayne northeim. "there chimney i got scene," "this unique call us, normally our guys suit up jump trucks! this time, running blacktop fire." crew most destructive portion blaze knocked down 15 min utes, started beating doors windows release abnormal heat built inside. couldn't be tained leaped attic, northeim "it put spots very hard to," recalled. inferno caused david phillips dehydrate, rushed hospital v she's grand old flag grade st, joseph nick todd, carly dudek, gretchen coniboar celebrate 208th anniversary u.s. constitution discussions aboui government, founding fathers american symbols. culminated school-wide sing-along patrlotlp songs, "god bless america," "you're flag," land your land," star-spangled banner." mcdonald's expansion plan causes anger rock creek run access plans raze local restaurant rebuild putting "grimaces" faces dis gruntled resi dents tired traffic related problems. "it's road alignment," planning commission member andy barchfeld. "go try pull leavitt. you'll sec problem." . barchfeld lived subdivision 1962, about 105 homes located leavitt driveway. , ingress drive don't line perfectly, jog, caus what described "a big anyone or out.. people live here learned yield, real unfamiliar how works." moved in, (route 58) infant two- revitalization group seeking, $400,000 downtown grant package charged, returning amherst's historical quarter former glory hunting 5400,000 stimulus pack age. hopes secure" such years help businesses lining sur rounding fix-up heart city. successful, $205,054 will used 22 area's 77 buildings (29 percent) spruce storefronts, paint, do tuck pointing, upgrade meet newer code requirements, theresa gilles. part push, organ ization ask property owners renovate vacant cec-ond-floor spaces conv'cvt them commercial dential use, she "i would prefer residential. that's trend want right downtown," gilles told, pat
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-10-05|
|Date of Original||2005-10-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-10-05|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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