Bird Rock holds candle to Pittsburgh
A few short hours after the Pittsburgh synagogue attack on Saturday, Oct. 27, a small but moving candlelight vigil was staged by 35 community members on the field at Bird Rock Elementary School to honor the 11 slain victims.
“Prayers were offered, candles were lit and words of grief, sorry and hope were expressed,” reports attendee Sharon Miller, adding that the event was organized by political activist Elizabeth Tobias.
I-5 carpool lane extending northward
This November, the Build NCC (North Coast Corridor) team will break ground to extend the carpool lane on Interstate 5 in each direction...