Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
However, as the horrific shootings in Fort Hood demonstrate, this perception of structure and normalcy may be deceptive. According to a study byNeighborhoodScout, which offers neighborhood-by-neighborhood crime analyses, some of America's military towns have crime levels that place them among the country's most dangerous neighborhoods. While the danger in these areas is much more heavily skewed toward property crimes like vandalism and theft than violent crimes like murder or rape, the statistics are startling.
Posted by Bello Velo at 4:00 PM
Friday, August 20, 2010
From the N Y Times
By MELENA RYZIK
Published: August 19, 2010
Christian Hansen for The New York Times
Posted by Bello Velo at 11:50 AM
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
- oh and if you read the huntsville times - they're wrong ( terrible reporting)- fest is SATURDAY not friday!
Posted by Bello Velo at 11:39 AM
Thursday, August 5, 2010
More from the party of crazy crackers! We won't have to worry about that here because in 50 years Huntsville will have some bike lanes.
By J. DAVID GOODMAN
Posted by Bello Velo at 5:13 PM
HUNTSVILLE, AL -- An 11-year-old boy struck by a car last night has been upgraded to good condition at Huntsville Hospital.
Posted by Bello Velo at 9:22 AM
Here is how it works. It will be the pedestrian or cyclist fault and all will be ignored. Thanks go out to our pro death mayor and city officials for doing nothing and acting like good ole boys and girls. This is preventable and still no word from Tommy Gun.
From the HSV Times.
MSI & Fire and Rescue were called to the scene of Memorial Parkway and Meadowbrook Drive around 7:30 this morning for a pedestrian hit by a vehicle. There have been reports the person was possibly riding a bicycle.
HEMSI units first on the scene reported non life threatening injuries but possibly a broken leg and other minor injuries.
Crews are still on the scene with HPD investigating. There is some slow traffic through the area of the Parkway and Meadowbrook northbound but most activity has been moved to the Chevron parking lot.
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
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Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Posted by Bello Velo at 10:35 AM