Month: May 2013

I’m always amused when two people I know on Facebook are connected in a way I wasn’t aware of. Today, I had two friends post that they were new aunts again… to boys with the same name. Took me a few moments to process that their siblings were married to each other.

I’m always amused when two people I know on Facebook are connected in a way I wasn’t aware of. Today, I had two friends post that they were new aunts again… to boys with the same name. Took me a few moments to process that their siblings were married to each other.

I’m always amused when…

I’m always amused when two people I know on Facebook are connected in a way I wasn’t aware of. Today, I had two friends post that they were new aunts again… to boys with the same name. Took me a few moments to process that their siblings were married to each other.

Suggestion to Build a MA 9 – I 290 connector

The Image of Worcester: Connecting to/from Route 9 in Shrewsbury, Worcester’s Eastern Gateway:

“[T]here seems to be a unique opportunity to construct a 1.7 mile connector highway between I-290 and Route 9 along an existing power line right-of-way (ROW).”

An interesting concept, to be sure. Eric also has a well-thought out public transit system upgrade for Worcester that I like the sounds of.

from Northeasthighways.com http://nehwys.com/suggestion-to-build-a-ma-9-i-290-connector/

New Book in the Library

One of the items under the Christmas tree this year was a copy of “Turnpikes of New England” by Frederic J. Wood and Ronald Dale Karr. I’ve done some flipping through it, not enough to give a full review but it looks like it’ll be pretty interesting and a good reference for posts here.

from Northeasthighways.com http://nehwys.com/new-book-in-the-library/