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Winter isn’t easing up yet. Today’s forecast calls for a few inches of snow in Boston (after a weekend storm dumped 16.5 inches on the city), far short of what’s rolling toward areas of Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and Maryland. Washington, D.C., not known for its prowess in handling big storms, is bracing for between 4 and 8 inches of snow, most of it falling early today and tapering off later in the morning.
As of today, the 520 floating bridge will never open for boat traffic again: Construction of the new State Route 520 floating bridge means the current bridge will no longer open for boat traffic. Relief is in store for drivers who commute to and from the Eastside. . . means no more delays when crossing Lake Washington. The new bridge is not a movable bridge, but will allow most boats to pass through a navigation channel under a suspended section in the future.
The bus taking the King’s Boys Basketball team back to campus following their district championship victory on Saturday night overturned on 205th Street after it exited I-5. We are filled with gratitude to God as we report that all of the 18 individuals on board (15 players, 2 coaches and the bus driver) were home recovering yesterday morning without life-threatening injuries. uncover the exact reason for the accident. Just grateful everyone is okay!!’ ~Bob Lonac, CRISTA President