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I-94 Construction in Maple Grove Pauses for Winter For the next five months, people will have an easier time driving though Maple Grove on Interstate 94. “We’re glad to be done and we’ll be back at it next year,” said David Aeikens, a spokesperson for MnDOT. The three-year project to improve I-94 between Maple Grove and Clearwater has paused for the winter months. The most recent round of construction included resurfacing deteriorating pavement on the eastbound side and adding more parking spaces and signage at the Elm Creek Rest Area. But this past summer, the nine-mile stretch between Maple Grove and Rogers turned out to be especially dangerous. MnDOT officials report that 103 crashes occurred between July 1 and Sept. 30 this year, most of them a result of driving errors. Traffic management officials hope to avoid a repeat of that next year, but they need drivers to be more cautious. “Driving through whatever work zone including this one, you just need to drive with care. Reduce your speed, pay attention, and don’t follow too closely to the car in front of you,” said Aeikens. Sometime next spring MnDOT will move all traffic to the newly constructed eastbound side so crews can work on the westbound side.


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Screen Shot 2020-11-27 at 11.40.59 AM.png While we always welcome any donation to help support our theater for years to come, we consider this presentation to be our gift to the community, and don’t want one’s inability to afford to donate to be a barrier to the arts and our efforts. We welcome any organization needing support during this time to reach out so that we can arrange to share our proceeds with them and help further their cause as well.” Our newsletter delivers the local news that you can trust. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. You have successfully signed up for the TAPinto Chatham Newsletter. The large and talented cast includes actors from all around New Jersey: Chip Prestera of Stirling as Charles Dickens, Charles Grayson of Morristown as Scrooge, along with Scott Baird of Rockaway, Susie Paplow of Murray Hill, Michelle, Sean, Gwen and Owen Finnerty of Bernardsville, check Ashlee Vissers of Sparta, David Romankow and Howard Fischer of Berkeley Heights, Joëlle Bochner of Springfield, Leslie Williams of Summit, Alan Ellis of East Hanover, Chris Furlong of Morris Plains, Adelaide Prekopa of Ringwood, Alexia Davies of Kinnelon, Tracey Lynne Haskell of Garwood, Finn Burns of Chatham and Parker Ebert from Maplewood. Rounding out Speidel’s talented production team, the Producer is Joe DeVico, Technical Director is Ed Whitman, Production Assistant is Joëlle Bochner, Scenic Designer is Roy Pancirov and Ed Whitman, Costume Designer is Ann Lowe, Lighting Designer is Nicholas Marmo, Sound Designer is Joe DeVico, Scenic Artists are Dean & Andrea Sickler, Props by Carol Saso & Tish Lum and Wigs by Mary MacDonald. This special streaming production of “A Christmas Carol” will begin airing on Tuesday, December 15 and runs until Thursday, December 31. “Virtual” Tickets will be available beginning December 1st on our website -  www.chathamplayers.org . The presentation will be video-on-demand, you can choose to view anytime during the available viewing dates. Once a stream code is purchased, you have 48 hours to complete the stream and can stop/start as needed. A suggested donation of $20 per device (minimum purchase of $2.00 is required to get the stream) is encouraged, but not required. Patrons are welcome to donate more or less and the proceeds from many performances will be split with other charitable organizations. For more specific information, keep an eye on our website and Facebook page.