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Interstate 89 Paving Switching to Daytime Beginning this Weekend

first_imgInterstate 89 Paving Switching to Daytime Beginning this WeekendMONTPELIER – Paving crews beginning this weekend (October 25) will limit traffic flow during the day to one lane along Interstate 89 Northbound from Exit 14 in South Burlington to Exit 16 in Colchester. Motorists should expect delays and plan accordingly.Weather permitting, daytime paving over the weekend will take place from sun up to sun down, and continue into the evening. Daytime paving will continue into the work week as crews push to finish this 17-mile project, but traffic will not be impacted during the morning and afternoon peak commutes. Traffic during the work week will be restricted to one lane between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. only.Paving is weather dependent, but for planning purposes northbound motorists should expect delays between Exits 14 and 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day from Monday, October 27 through Friday, October 31. Daytime paving will continue through the following weekend, November 1 and November 2, if necessary.Switching from night to daytime paving is necessary because temperatures at night are now often too low to pave. Crews must now work during the day when the temperature is warmer. Crews will, however, continue to work at night as the weather and temperature permits.last_img read more

All Africa Games: Ghana wins first gold with men’s tennis doubles victory

first_imgThe wait is over.Ghana has won a first gold at this year’s All Africa Games. Narh Wisdom and George Darko beat DR Congo in the men’s tennis doubles final on Thursday.Darko, who is currently ranked number 1 in Ghana’s tennis, led the charge with crisp serves while Narh’s technique also caught the eye in the 6-4, 6-4 win.  Ghana now has 17 medals, reports Joy Sports’ Games correspondent Benedict Owusu as at 1130 GMT, Thursday.The Games in Congo Brazzaville end on Saturday with Team Ghana racing to beat the 19 medal-haul the country won in 2011. On Wednesday, Jordan Yamoah won silver in the men’s pole vault event after clearing a height of 5.20m to finish second behind Algeria’s Cherabi Hichem Khalil (5.25m).Ghana won the bronze medal in the men’s 4 x 100 m relay event in a time of 39.71 seconds. The four who run were Daniel Gyasi, Solomon Afful, Emmanuel Dasor, and Shepard Agbeko.They were beaten by Cote d’Ivoire’s 38.93 while Namibia placed second with 39.22.Julia Agawu won bronze in the women’s discus with a throw of 49.08m.Janet Amponsah and Dorcas Gyimah both qualified for the second round of the women’s 200m event while Ghana also qualified for the second round of men’s 4 x 400m event. –Follow Gary on Twitter @garyalsmith. More All Africa Games coverage with Joy Sports online, on radio and on Multi TV. Get more updates on Facebook, Twitter with the #JoySports hashtaglast_img read more