“Smitty’s decades of experience dealing with some of the most sophisticated policy issues facing industries resonates with the mission of our Washington, D. C. office and is additive given his capability of helping clients navigate the Administration's inner workings for developing policy,” said Ernest L. Greer, Greenberg Traurig Co-President. “In the past year, more than 15 new attorneys and lobbyists chose Greenberg Traurig’s Washington, D.C. office as their new home. This is a collaborative office that attracts those who comprehend the value of their impact on clients, the community, the firm, and beyond.” … [Read more...] about Greenberg Traurig Welcomes Smitty Davis, Former Counsel to the House Judiciary Committee, in Washington, D.C.
Inbound light rail service is operating on the tracks that run through the Allentown neighborhood. The outbound light rail service is operating through the Mt. Washington Transit Tunnel on the inbound tracks. … [Read more...] about Mt. Washington Transit Tunnel Expected Reopen On Monday
Starting Wednesday morning, inbound light rail service will operate on the tracks that run through the Allentown neighborhood. The outbound light rail service will operate through the Mt. Washington Transit Tunnel on the inbound tracks. … [Read more...] about Port Authority Buses, Light Rail To Be Detoured Around Mt. Washington Transit Tunnel
Western Regional Auto Theft Task Force is assisting Troop B Washington Station with a burglary of a residential detached garage, located along Amity Ridge Rd, Amwell Township, Washington County. 5 motor-cross motorcycles. Please refer to attached memo pic.twitter.com/xuFrIFonLS … [Read more...] about Officials: $40,000 Worth Of Dirt Bikes Stolen From Garage In Washington County
Michael Hughes had 12 points and four blocks for Duquesne (14-2, 4-0 Atlantic 10 Conference), which won its fourth straight game. Tavian Dunn-Martin added 12 points. Sincere Carry had 11 points and eight rebounds for the road team. … [Read more...] about Weathers Carries Duquesne Over George Washington 66-61