OTTAWA — American lawyers who successfully sued the makers of the glyphosate-based weedkiller Roundup on behalf of a man dying of cancer say Canada is “dead wrong” to allow it to be widely used here.Los Angeles-based lawyers Michael Baum and Brent Wisner were part of the team that secured a multi-million-dollar verdict against Bayer AG on behalf of a former groundskeeper who believes his terminal cancer is a result of years of exposure to the herbicide glyphosate in Roundup. The two are in Canada meeting with environment groups and scientists to assess whether legal action is warranted and possible in this country.Health Canada and Bayer AG say no pest management regulators anywhere in the world believe glyphosate causes cancer at the levels Canadians are exposed to it.Wisner says independent science proves the chemical causes cancer and says governments are turning a blind eye to it much like they did for years to concerns about tobacco and asbestos.Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency recently approved use of glyphosate for another 15 years after despite concerns that Monsanto influenced the scientific studies used to make the decision.The Canadian Press
WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Police Department recently had an incident of two individuals gaining access to a home posing as Water Department Employees. Several other area towns have had similar incidents. A Wilmington resident called 911 after two men came to the residence posing as contractors for the Water Department. They told the resident that they needed to do an emergency check of the water for lead contamination. In other cases, the males approach the resident and said that there was a water break in the area and that the resident’s water meter needed to be reset. These individuals will work together to attempt to distract the resident so the group may split up and gain access to the rest of the home.The Town of Wilmington Water Department employees operate town owned, clearly marked vehicles. If an individual approaches your residence or stops to ask questions regarding any utilities or permits, please ask for official town issued identification or call the Wilmington Police Department to verify whether the person is affiliated with the town. You may also contact the Wilmington Department of Public Works at 978-658-4481 during normal business hours. In almost all cases, the Town of Wilmington will notify residents if Water Department employees need to gain access to a residence prior to the visit.Elderly residents are most often the targets of these types of scams. We want to ask our residents to take a moment to speak with elderly parents and neighbors so they are on the alert for this type of unscrupulous activity.(NOTE: The above press release is from the Wilmington Police Department.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Police Officers Recognized By US Attorney’s OfficeIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for May 23: Police Arrest 4 Individuals; Shoplifting At Market Basket Leads To Drug ArrestsIn “Police Log”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Supports Fire & Police Substation In North Wilmington; Town To Vote On Project In April 2020?In “Government”
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A devastating fire breaks out at a building at Chawkbazar in the capital on Wednesday night. Fire fighters try to douse as fire spreads to nearby buildings. Photo: Focus BanglaThe home affairs ministry has formed a 5-member committee to investigate into the Chawkbazar fire incident that left nearly 80 people dead.Headed by additional secretary of security service division of the home ministry the committee was asked to submit its report with recommendations within seven working days after proper investigation, said an official release, reports UNB.Around 41 people injured in a devastating fire that broke out at a chemical warehouse and raged through four other adjacent buildings in the city’s Chawkbazar area on Wednesday night.
By Mark F. Gray, Special to the AFRO, firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the annual St. Augustine’s invitational meet that is known as the CIAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships, things held true to form on the men’s side as the Falcons won for the 22nd consecutive year. However, a resurgence on the track at Bowie State led to the men’s team nearly landing on the podium.The men’s team finished in fourth place, while the women finished in sixth in what was their best team conference championship performance since 2006. Had it not been for a DNF (did not finish) in a preliminary heat and a disqualification because a runner didn’t conclude a distance event, the men would have finished with the team bronze medal.Bowie State freshman Davon Carroll won the CIAA men’s 100 meters at the conference championship meet where the Bulldogs finished 4th. (Courtesy Photo) Head coach Michelle Latimer has been able to re-establish a successful program whose stars shined brightest this year in their biggest conference meet. Most CIAA track experts didn’t expect for Bowie State to be in the running with the heavyweight programs in the conference, but they entered with high expectation and were within those missteps of meeting their goal.“We went to the meet expecting to finish on the podium this year,” said head coach Michelle Latimer. “Despite their youth, this team ran with a lot of confidence. This is a unique group of kids with one common goal.”“Track is an individual sport, but you still have to be part of a team to win.”Freshman Davon Carroll, who was as consistent a performer as anyone in the CIAA all season, won the conference championship in the marquee event. Carroll finished first in the 100-meters finals with the time of 10.51 seconds after placing third in men’s preliminary heat at 10.57.Carroll is a local athlete who stayed at home to compete in college, but Latimore knew he was the type of runner who could be a program changer with. “He’s a humble young man who his very coachable,” Latimore said.In men’s 4×100-meter relay, Bowie State finished third at 41.69. Teaming with Demontay Snowden, Derrick Corley, and Frank Bailey, Carroll anchored the final led of the race which was a big factor in their final point total that helped them finish in the top four in the race for the team title.Carroll, who was clearly the most valuable performer for the Bulldogs during the regular season, finished in seventh place at the Penn Relays in late April. He also made a significant impact on the team in the 200 meters. His 21.41 time was good for second place, which were important points in the team competition as they made their bid for a place on the podium with the champions.Sophomore Stedman Cook, a University of Connecticut transfer, also proved to be a vital contributor to their run during the CIAA championships. Cook’s 22.14 time in the 200 meters earned second place after a fifth place finish in the 100 meter event with his time of 10.51.Bowie State also got a lift from its 4X400 meter relay team, who also made its way to the podium. The team of Jalen Sykes, Robert Thomas, O’Shay Powers and Demontay Snowden ran a time of 3:21.76 to finish third.
The gradual evolution of modernism in India in the post-independence era is a unique tale of artistic endeavors. Unending struggles and progression of vision against all odds by the artistes to give birth to and deliver their individualistic language/s in art that made them the great masters of Indian art of the twentieth century. The artworks of these masters thus stand on their own to mark the emblematic journeys of each creator. The empowerment and enlightenment they could attain in their lifetime is far beyond the realm of material success and social recognition. Even in the second decade of the 21st century, the relevance of modernism is as apt and significant in the field of visual arts as it was at the time of its inception. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Aakriti Art Gallery have organised a show showcasing the works of such masters of visual arts in India along with a few young creators who are steadily making their way into the field, in this edition of the India Art Fair 2015.Works of the stalwarts of Indian visual arts – Ram Kumar, Jogen Chowdhury, Satish Gujral and Partha Pratim Deb will be showcased. Sculptures by Akhil Chnadra Das, Asim Basu, Subrata Biswas and Tapas Biswas will be on exhibit. Thus, the whole idea is to generate a gamut of different genres of modern Indian art and its due course of progress into post-modern and henceforth. The display will be a blend of various flavours to cater its audience with the best of tenets that Indian art has so far created and nurtured. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixOn one hand, if it’s the power and magic of distorted lines and stokes by Jogen Chowdhury, on the other it will a romantic blend of shades and different moods of nature in semi-real abstract forms which Ram Kumar is best known for. Again where there will be poetic tales of life and death, bonding and partition with figures and solid patches of opaque colours on large canvases depicting the greater philosophy of life by Satish Gujral, there will also be subtle nuances of day-to-day living, anguishes in disguise and the critique to subjugation in Partha Pratim Deb’s vivid experimentation with different mediums on the canvas plane. The sculpture section by these young sculptors are made by through their execution in different materials and mediums – wood, metal and stone and so on. From devising the tales from myths and folklore by Subrata Biswas experimenting with metal, we will get to observe the finesse of sculpting in great volumes inTapas Biswas’s works who gives voice to the crisis of mankind and the nation through his execution. It will be a set of experimentation by Asim Basu in his sculpting style and Akhil Chandra Das who has been explicitly dealing with organic reality and the essence of human values in his sculptures will add another dimension in the new series of works to be showcased in the India Art Fair.
Kolkata: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) will charge money from owners of private houses, bodies of housing complexes and authorities looking after government properties for not cleaning garbage from their premises.This was decided at a high-level meeting held in the office of Borough XI on Wednesday.Representatives of Boroughs X and XII also attended the meeting. Atin Ghosh, Mayor-in-Council (Health), KMC Commissioner, Director Generals of building, solid waste management also attended the meeting. The Councilors of the Wards under the Boroughs were also present. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeA similar meeting will be held on September 22 in the office of Borough XIV. The senior officials of Boroughs XIII, XIV, XV and XVI will attend the meeting.The meetings are being held as a part of the drives against dengue.It was decided that the KMC will issue notices under Section 496A of the KMC Act to the owners who fail to clear garbage from their premises. The workers of the solid waste management department of the KMC will clear garbage from the premises and in the case of individual houses, the charges will be added to the property tax. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedIn case of government properties, the KMC will send the bill to the authorities looking after the buildings.In case the owners fail to pay the money, the KMC will file cases against them in the MunicipalCourt.In case of individual buildingswhere the civic authorities will fail to spot the owners or that are kept under lock and key for years together, the civic authorities in presence of local police will break open the lock and clean the premises. Senior KMC officials said that unless the individual house owners, authorities and bodies looking after the government buildings and housing complexes clean garbage from the premises, it is impossible for KMC to clean garbage from each and every premise which is the responsibility of the owners.They further added that to make the anti-dengue drive successful, cooperation from the owners of houses and authorities of institutional buildings is required.It may be mentioned that the civic authorities are engaging the Durga Puja committees to create awareness against dengue in their respective areas and the best Puja committee will be given cash award.”It is a collective drive and we seek cooperation from people representing all walks of life,” said Atin Ghosh, member, Mayor-in-Council (Health).
Kolkata: Major security lapses were detected when Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s chopper reached almost 50 minutes behind schedule at the rally ground in Chopra on Wednesday.According to sources, On Wednesday afternoon, Banerjee’s chopper took off from Bagdogra Airport at Siliguri to go to Chopra. The distance between Chopra and Bagdogra is about 15 minutes. But after almost 20 minutes went by, Banerjee and her co-passengers sensed that something was not right. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataIn the meantime, the pilot of the chopper informed that he was not receiving any signal from the landing point. He had initially thought of returning to Bagdogra Airport, but later decided to land somewhere else. Sources informed that during the whole imbroglio, the pilot was worried that he had accidentally entered the Bangladesh airspace, which is close to Chopra. Nepal airspace is very close to the area as well. In the midst of the confusion, the chopper kept on flying for almost 50 minutes. Later, some of the passengers found mobile network and was able to detect the location. Later, the chopper landed safely with Banerjee and the others reaching almost 55 late from the scheduled landing time. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThe process of flying and landing of choppers is much different from an airplane. An airplane is guided by the Air Traffic Control, whereas a chopper follows the Visual Flying Rules which means it will fly according to visibility. Also, to land a chopper, the pilot needs a proper signal from the landing point. In this case, the pilot specifically alleged that he did not see any signal such as smoke signal or light signal (used at night) from the landing point. Subsequently, questions arose on whether the persons on duty at the landing point were aware of the chopper taking off from Bagdogra and if they were aware of it, why no smoke signal was given to the chopper pilot.
Full list of roadworks M6, A500 and A50 Bridge to close for seven months Stoke-on-Trent Stafford Borough, Rugeley, Uttoxeter Staffordshire Moorlands South Cheshire Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailDrivers are being warned to expect traffic and travel delays due to roadworks across North Staffordshire and South Cheshire this coming week. Motorists hitting the roads of Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding areas on Monday morning can expect a raft of delays and road closures waiting for them – including on major routes such as the M6 motorway, the A500 and the A50. The following roadworks are taking place in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire between Monday October 22 and Sunday October 28. This list contains only the roadworks considered to be most likely to cause delays on key routes as well as those involving road closures and temporary traffic lights. It is not exhaustive and does not feature some minor or emergency repairs that come up after publication. Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether. The list is broken down by local authority area (Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle Borough, Staffordshire Moorlands and Stafford Borough) – with the M6 , A500 and A50 separate because they fall under the remit of Highways England), and a section on roadworks near Uttoxeter for anyone who lives or works in the East Staffordshire town. If you only want information about roadworks in a particular area click the links below, or scroll down for the full lists. All information from Highways England, local authorities and utility companies. Read MoreRoadworks from October 22 until October 28 M6 (from Junction 19 to Junction 12, listings north to south): The M6 southbound between junctions J19 and J18: Three lanes closed from 22:00 on 20 October 2018 to 06:00 on 21 October 2018 The M6 northbound exit slip at junction J19: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 22 October 2018 to 3 November 2018. Two lanes closed The M6 southbound exit slip at Knutsford Services: From 22:00 on 20 October 2018 to 06:00 on 21 October 2018. One lane closed. The M6 northbound between junctions J18 and J19: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 22 October 2018 to 3 November 2018. Three lanes closed. The M6 southbound exit slip at junction J18: From 22:00 on 20 October 2018 to 06:00 on 21 October 2018. Two lanes closed The M6 northbound exit slip at junction J17: From 22:00 on 25 October 2018 to 06:00 on 26 October 2018. Two lanes closed The M6 northbound entry slip at junction J16: Expect disruption everyday between 22:00 and 06:00 from 23 October 2018 to 25 October 2018. Two lanes closed The M6 northbound exit slip at junction J16: From 22:00 on 22 October 2018 to 06:00 on 23 October 2018. Two lanes closed. The M6 northbound entry slip at junction J14: Expect disruption everyday between 21:00 and 06:00 from 29 October 2018 to 3 November 2018. Two lanes closed Revealed: Extra 20,000 GP appointments are being created under £600k plan to ease winter pressure in Stoke-on-Trent A500 (from junction with J16 of the M6 to junction 15 of the M6, listings north to south): Northbound from A527: Two lanes closed from 21:00 on 24 October 2018 to 04:30 on 25 October 2018 The A38 northbound exit slip to the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 19:30 and 05:00 from 22 October 2018 to 27 October 2018. Two lanes closed. The A38 southbound exit slip to the A50: Expect disruption everyday between 19:30 and 05:00 from 22 October 2018 to 27 October 2018. Two lanes closed. A50 (from Sideway Roundabout/A500 to junction with the A38 (Toyota Island) in Derbyshire, listings west to east): The A50 eastbound entry slip from the A522: Expect disruption everyday between 09:45 and 16:00 from 22 October 2018 to 26 October 2018. One lane closed. The A50 eastbound exit slip to the A522: Expect disruption everyday between 09:45 and 16:00 from 22 October 2018 to 26 October 2018. One lane closed. Dozens of fed-up residents call for restrictions to BAN Stoke City fans from parking on their estate Stoke-on-Trent: A53: Roadworks and roadclosures on A53 Leek New Road from Horn and Trumpet public house to junction with Norton Lane/Newton Crescent, with work taking place overnight. Until October 22. Adderley Green: Give and take traffic control near the bus depot from October 23 until October 25 Bentilee: Multi-way traffic signals on Dividy Road between number 101 and number 171 from September 7 until December 7 Burslem: Give and take traffic control on Waterloo Road near junction with Bursley Road from October 24 until October 26 Burslem: Give and take traffic control on Waterloo Road near junction with Queen Street from October 24 until October 26 Chell: Roadworks and road closures on A527 Biddulph Road near junction with Peck Mill Lane from October 18 until November 2 Cobridge: Carriageway incursion on Leek New Road near Elder Road from October 23 until October 25 Cobridge: Give and take traffic control on Leek New Road near junction with Sandbach Road from October 17 until October 24 Dresden: Two way traffic signals on Cocknage Road near Chaplin Road from October 12 until November 8 Dresden: Roadworks and road closure on Belgrave Road from October 22 until November 2 Etruria: Carriageway incursion on Clough Street near The Kitchen and Bedroom Workshop from October 15 until October 22 Hanley: Roadworks and road closure on Slippery Lane until October 30 Hartshill: Two way traffic lights on B5045 Shelton New Road near rear of 12 Basford Court from October 18 until October 22 Hartshill: Two way traffic lights on B5045 Shelton New Road near number 476 from October 25 until October 31 Longton: Roadworks and road closures on Market Street and Commerce Street from June 5 until November 30 Longton: Carriageway incursion on King Street from October 16 until October 23 Northwood: Carriageway incursion on Bucknall Old Road from October 13 until October 22 Norton: Roadworks and some road closures on Bellerton Lane from October 18 until November 9 Reginald Mitchell Way: Give and take traffic controls on Reginald Mitchell Way near the A500 from October 25 until October 29 Shelton: Ashford Street closed until November 10 Shelton: Roadworks, traffic control and lane closures on Shelton New Road, Shearer Street, Bedford Road, Bedford Street, Lower Bedford Street, Davis Street and Lomas Street from October 19 until November 26 Stoke: Carriageway incursion on A5006 Campbell Road from October 18 until October 22 Stoke: Multi-way traffic signals on London Road near mini roundabout outside Port Meirion from October 4 until October 24 Stoke: Two way traffic signals on Stanley Matthews Way, near Stoke Audi, from October 28 until October 31 Stoke: Multi-way traffic lights on Stoke Road at the railway bridge from October 25 until October 26 Tunstall: Multi-way traffic lights on Harewood Street from September 25 until January 14 2019 Tunstall: Multi-way traffic lights on High Street near the Cheshire Cheese from October 28 until October 30 Tunstall: Roadworks and road closures on Lascelles Street from September 10 until November 5 Weston Coyney: Some carriageway incursion near number 276 from October 24 until October 26 Read MoreFestival Park is ready to welcome a new discount store (and it’ll even be selling clothes!) Newcastle Borough: Aston: Roadworks and road closure on Minn Bank from October 22 until October 23 Baldwins Gate/Blackbrook: Multi-way traffic lights at junction of A53 and A51 near The Swan with Two Necks from October 18 until October 22 Baldwins Gate: Multi-way traffic lights at Newcastle Road/Woodside from October 15 until October 26 Balterley: Two way traffic signals on B5500 Balterley Green Road near Back Lane on October 23 Betley: Two way traffic lights on Main Road near Mere Cottage from October 25 until October 29 Bradwell: Two way traffic lights along Bradwell Lane until November 30 Madeley Park: Two way traffic lights on Manor Road from October 18 until October 24 Newcastle: Multi-way traffic lights on Higherland and Drayton Street from October 26 until November 8 Newcastle: Roadworks and road closure on A53 King Street near the Borough Arms hotel from October 12 until November 15. Newcastle: Carriageway incursion on B5044 Silverdale Road near Silverdale Motors from October 15 until October 26 Porthill: Multi-way traffic signals on Oakland Avenue and Inglewood Drive from September 17 until November 1 Reginald Mitchell Way: Give and take traffic controls on Reginald Mitchell Way near the A500 from October 25 until October 29 Silverdale: Multi-way traffic lights on High Street from junction with Mill Street to Parkfields Close from September 7 until October 18 Silverdale: Roadworks and Road closure on Hollywood Lane until March 20 2019 Read MoreTrainee accountant injured two cyclists while trying to overtake at junction – and one was left with FOUR fractures to his pelvis Staffordshire Moorlands: Biddulph: Two way traffic signals on Woodhouse Lane from October 23 until October 26 Cheadle: Multi-way traffic lights on Tape Street outside number 79 from October 22 until October 24 Forsbrook: Two way traffic signals on Draycott Old Road from September 26 until October 26 Hollington: Two way traffic signals on Main Road outside the Old Smithy from March 14 until December 4. Ipstones: Roadworks and road closure on Belmont Road from October 22 until October 26 Kingsley: Two way traffic signals on Holt Lane in Kingsley from October 17 until October 23 Leek: Multi-way traffic signals on Abbotts Road from September 10 until November 1 Leek: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Ball Haye Green, Haregate Road and Novi Lane from September 10 until November 1 Leek: Multi-way traffic signals on Broad Street at junction with Hartington Street on October 22 Leek: Roadworks and road closures on Brunswick Street from October 8 until October 29 Leek: Roadworks at junction of Buxton Road and Prince Street until November 7 Leek: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Carlton Terrace near junction with Prince Street from October 12 until November 8 Leek: Give and take traffic control on A53 Newcastle Road near Woodcroft Avenue from October 22 until October 29 Leek: Traffic lights on Osborne Street until November 2 Rudyard: Two way traffic signals on A523 Macclesfield Road from October 15 until November 2 outside Packsaddle Hollow Rushton Spencer: Two way traffic signals on Leek Old Road from Hillside to Outside Rivendell on October 26 Warslow: Multi-way traffic lights on Longnor Road, Leek Road and Onecote Road on October 26 Whiston: Two way traffic signals near Leys House on Main Road on October 25 Whiston: Black Lane closed for work to be carried out on disused railway bridge from September 17 until October 26 Read MoreThis city centre car park is closing for THREE months (but it’s good news for Winter Wonderland!) Stafford Borough: Adbaston: Roadworks and road closure on Main Road near Marsh Meadow from October 22 until November 23 Beffcote (near Gnosall): Stop/go boards on Gnosall Road near the Adstones from October 19 until October 23 Bradley: Two way signals on Mitton Road from October 19 until October 23 Cocknage: Roadworks and road closure on Barlaston Road from junction with Cocknage Road to Woodpark Lane from October 24 until October 26 Creswell: Two way traffic signals on A5013 Creswell Grove outside number 28 from October 22 until October 24 Creswell: Two way traffic signals on A5013 Eccleshall Road outside Woodhouse Holdngs from October 23 until October 29 Eccleshall: Roadworks and road closure on Green Lane from October 15 until November 9 Eccleshall: Carriageway incursion on B5026 Stone Road near number 24 from October 18 until October 30 Ellenhall: Two way traffic signals on Bridle Lane from October 15 until October 26 Fulford: Two way signals on Fulford Road opposite Sandyrocks from October 17 until October 25 Haughton: Multi-way traffic signals on Newport Road outside Royds Close on October 28 Hilderstone: Two way signals on B5066 Sandon Road outside Field House from October 19 until October 23 Great Haywood: Two way signals on Little Tixall Lane near the A51 on October 22. Meaford: Roadworks and road closure at canal bridge on Rookery Lane from October 8 until October 28 Rough Close: Two way signals on Windmill Hill outside Heath Cottage from October 24 until October 26 Stone: Roadworks and some overnight closures at Aston Roundabout from August 20 until November 2 Stone: Two way signals on Eccleshall Road B5026 from October 22 until October 26 Stone: Multi-way traffic signals on Lichfield Road from October 26 until October 29 Stone: Two way signals on B5027 Newcastle Road outside number 154 from October 22 until October 25 Spotacre: Two way signals on B5066 Hilderstone Road outside Stanley House Farm from October 23 until October 25 Stafford: Roadworks and road closure on Baswich Lane near the canal bridge from September 10 until December 14 Stafford: Temporary traffic lights on Beaconside until April 2019 Stafford: Two way signals on Cannock Road near the new development at the police HQ site from October 25 until November 6 Stafford: Multi-way traffic signals on Drummond Road from October 15 until November 30 Stafford: Two way traffic signals on A5013 Eccleshall Road from October 22 until November 2 Stafford: Multi-way signals on Parkside Avenue at junction with Aldershaw Close from October 22 until November 2 Stafford: Two way signals on Shackleton Way from October 24 until November 6 Stafford: Roadworks and road closures on Shakespeare Road, Coleridge Drive, Tennyson Road and Somerset Road from August 6 until November 9 Stafford: Give and take traffic control on Silkmore Lane between numbers 195 and 201 from October 18 until October 22. Stafford: Roadworks and road closure on Thorneyfields Lane in Castle Bank over M6 until April 2019 Stafford: Carriageway incursion on Tipping Street on October 23 Stafford: Two way signals on West Way near junction with Coleridge Drive from October 12 until October 25 Weston: Two way signals on Weston Bank near junction with Brick Kiln Lane on October 28 There’s still time for you to object to this McDonald’s having a 24-hour drive-thru – here’s how Uttoxeter and surrounding areas of East Staffordshire: Doveridge: Give and take traffic control on Derby Road from October 22 until October 24 Rocester: Two way signals on Dove Lane from October 22 until October 26 Rocester: Two way traffic signals on Station Road near junction with Woodseat from October 24 until October 26 Uttoxeter: Multi-way traffic lights on Balance Street from October 21 until October 24. Uttoxeter: Give and take traffic control on Carter Street from October 21 and October 24 Uttoxeter: Two way signals on A522 New Road from October 24 until October 26 Uttoxeter: Multi-way traffic signals from the junction with the A522 New Road and Bentley Road to the access into JCB World Parts Centre until November 18. Uttoxeter: Roadworks and road closure on A522 from October 4 until January 18 2019. Rugeley: Rugeley: Give and take traffic control on Sandy Lane from October 25 until October 26 Rugeley: Multi-way traffic signals on Heron Street at junction with Forge Road from October 22 until October 24 Read More’It’s like a ghost town’ – Barber to shut up shop after 22 YEARS in town centre South Cheshire: A500: Lane closure at Mermeoor Roundabout/Shavington bypass from October 25 until October 26 A500: Lane closure at Crewe Green Link Roundabout from October 25 until October 26 A500: Lane closure at Shavington Bypass Roundabout in Shavingtom Cum Gresty from October 25 until October 26 A500: Lane closure at Cheerbrook roundabout from October 25 until October 26 Alsager: Multi-way signals on B5078 Chells Hill in Betchon at the junction of Sandbach Road from October 22 until November 9 Alsager: Carriageway incursion on Close Lane from October 10 until October 29 Alsager: Multi-way traffic signals on Hellyar Brook Road at the junction with Dunnocksfold Road from October 17 until October 23 Alsager: Carriageway incursion on Linley Road on October 22 Alsager: Stop/go boards on Pikemere Road on October 22 Betchton: Two way traffic signals on A50 Newcastle Road over Lynnhouse Bridge Bosley: Two way traffic lights on Tunstall Road near Bosley Wood Treatment until February 2019. Congleton: Carriageway incursion on Longdown Road from October 17 until October 23 Congleton: Roadworks and road closure on Fol Hollow from A34 Newcastle Road until Bankyfields Crescent from October 16 until October 24 Congleton: Two way traffic signals on A527 Park Lane from October 19 until October 25 Congleton: Carriageway incursion on Walfield Avenue from October 15 until October 30 Crewe: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Bleasdale Road and Rydal Mount from October 18 until November 1 Crewe: Carriageway incursion on Broughton Road from September 24 until November 2 Crewe: Ongoing roadworks at Crewe Green Roundabout until December 1 Crewe: Carriageway incursion on A534 Crewe Road from October 18 until October 22 (outside number 332) Crewe: Two way traffic signals on Dunwoody Way from Dunwoody Way Roundabout from October 22 until November 16 Crewe: Road closures and roadworks on Franklyn Avenue from October 22 until October 24 Crewe: Give and take traffic control on Hungerford Road near number 339A from October 25 until October 26 Crewe: Carriageway incursions and road closures on Mablins Lane near Sunnyside Place until November 4 Crewe: Roadworks on Maw Green Road until October 31 Crewe: Multi-way traffic signals at junction Middlewich Road/Wistaston Green Road from July 23 until October 25. Crewe: Give and take traffic control on Middlewich Street from October 19 until October 22 Crewe: Stop/go boards on A5019 Mill Street from October 26 until October 29 Crewe: Stop/go boards on Moreton Road from October 17 until October 23 Crewe: Give and take traffic control on Nelson Street from October 22 until October 24 Crewe: Multi-way traffic signals on Parkers Road near the Eight Farmers from October 15 until October 29 Crewe: Roadworks and road closure on Ruskin Road on October 22. Crewe: Roadworks and traffic signals at junction of Somerville Street/Lunt Avenue and Claremont Road until October 29 Crewe: Sydney Road closed from midnight on Saturday October 26 until 7am on Sunday October 27 Crewe: Roadworks and road closure on A532 West Street on October 22 Crewe: Two way signals on West Street outside number 268 from October 24 until October 30 Crewe: Carriagewway on West Street near junction of Frank Webb Avenue on October 27 Crewe: Roadworks and road closure on Wheatley Road from October 22 until October 23 Crewe: Roadworks and road closure around the railway bridge on Wistaston Road from September 20 until November 11 Hough: Two way traffic signals on Cobbs Lane from October 26 until October 30 Hough: Two way traffic signals on Newcastle Road from October 23 until October 26 Minshull Vernon: Two way traffic signals on Eardswick Lane near High Farm from October 24 until October 26 Moreton: Two way traffic signals near junction with Newcastle Road from October 22 until October 24 Nantwich: Multi-way traffic lights at junction of Arnhold Street and Cowfields from October 23 until October 25. Nantwich: Stop/go boards on Blankney Avenue on October 22 Nantwich: Stop/go boards on Edmund Wright Way from September 28 until November 2 Nantwich: Roadworks overnight at level crossing on B5074 London Road from October 25 until October 26 Nantwich: Carriageway incursions on A530 Peter Destapleigh Way from October 1 until October 26 Nantwich: Carriageway incursion on Pillory Street on October 28 Nantwich: Two way signals on Wybunbury Lane at the side of the Cedars from October 24 until October 26 Odd Rode: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Grays Close and The Bank from October 15 until October 26 Rode Heath: Stop/go boards on Heath Avenue on October 22 Sandbach: Carriageway incursion on Bradwall Road near junction with Chapel Street from October 24 until October 26 Sandbach: Plant Lane closed at Canal Bridge on October 24 and October 26 Sandbach: Multi-way traffic lights on A534 Congleton Road at the junction with Holmes Chapel Road on October 28 Sandbach: Carriageway incursion on High Street near numbers 40-42 from October 21 until October 23. Sandbach: Two way signals on A533 Middlewich Road near Turnpike Court and Co-op from October 25 until October 26 Sandbach: Carriageway incursion on B5079 Station Road near Moss Lane from October 22 until November 5 Scholar Green: Roadworks and road closures at the canal birdge on Little Moss Lane from September 26 until October 24 Scholar Green: Road closure on Nursery Lane on October 27 Smallwood: Road closure on Church Lane on October 26 Somerford: Carriageway incursion on A54 Holmes Chapel Road at Braken Barns from October 22 until October 26 Stapeley: Stop/go boards on A529 Broad Lane near Primary School on October 24 Stapeley: Two way traffic signals on First Dig Lane from October 19 until October 25 Wildboarclough: A54 Buxton Road closed in both directions until November 4. Willaston: Carriageway incursion on Cheerbrook Road from October 22 until October 24 Willaston: Multi-way traffic signals at junction of Wybunbury Road and Cheerbrook Road from October 26 until October 30 Willaston: Roadworks and lane closure at Peacock Roundabout (Crewe Road/Nantwich Bypass) until October 7 Willaston: Roadworks and road closure at level crossing on Wistaston Road on October 28 Willaston: Carriageway incursion on Wistaston Road near junction with Moorfields and Gladstone Street from October 24 until October 26 Wybunbury/Shavington: Roadworks and road closure on Dig Lane from October 27 until October 29 Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. 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