first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is an announcement from the Wilmington Department of Public Works:Please be advised that the Wilmington Department of Public Works will be grinding and resurfacing the following roadways, tentatively starting for the end of July 2019:– Arlene Avenue (from Dorothy to Ella Avenue)– Franklin Avenue– Ella Avenue– Birch Road– Burt Road– Canal Street– Corey Avenue– Grand Street (from Birch Road to #9 Grand Street)More specific dates will be communicated as they become available.During operations, no street parking will be permitted.Partial lane closures and full road closures are anticipated. Local residents will have access to their properties, although there may be short delays.Please obey the directives of police details, detour signs, and warning signs during all construction operations, and again, please do not park on the street.If you have any questions, or require additional information, please contact the Department of Public Works at 978-658-4481.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedTRAFFIC ADVISORY: Wilmington DPW Announces Paving Projects In Arlene Ave. & Burt Rd. Neighborhoods On Aug. 12-13In “Government”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, August 13, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Monday, August 12, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img

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first_imgManchester United manager David Moyes insists the club’s supporters understand the troubles facing their side at present. He is just working hard to try and ensure he is getting the most from his squad that he possibly can. “We’ve got roughly the same squad that was champions last year,” he said. “We’ve not changed an awful lot in that period. “I need to make sure I’m getting the best out of the players and we are performing as well as we possibly can. “I do think we can play better but there were a lot of games last year where Manchester United didn’t play particularly well and maybe, in a game like that, sneaked it with a goal.” What was also clearly noticeable on Saturday was that United failed to respond to Yohan Cabaye’s opener in the manner most would have imagined. Instead of hitting their opponents with an avalanche of attacks, the hosts meekly surrendered, despite Moyes’ efforts to galvanise his team. “I tried to chuck the kitchen sink at it,” said Moyes. “I tried to put Antonio (Valencia) on to go without a right-back and get Adnan (Januzaj) to come inside. “We looked to try to find openings to give us a chance and we nearly put on as many attacking options as we could to try and get them.” Few envisaged such a disastrous start to Moyes’ reign when he took charge of a squad that won the championship by 11 points after replacing Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer. Various theories have been put forward for the alarming slump in fortunes, most significantly a lack of quality in midfield, which lacks the drive and fight of recent seasons. Some fans have also started to question Moyes himself, although now the decision to appoint the Scot has been made, it is accepted he must be given time to make the decisions he feels are necessary to improve the Red Devils fortunes. “They all understand it (the bigger picture),” said Moyes. “Most of them know exactly. “Of course no-one expects Manchester United to lose games, no more so than me, but it is a fact and my job is to make it better.” It is clear Ferguson’s exit has had a seismic effect, not only on the United players, who do not seem capable of lifting their game to the level their former boss managed, but also the opposition, for whom the fear factor of visiting Old Trafford has been removed. Moyes cannot be blamed for this. Saturday’s home defeat to Newcastle was United’s fifth of the season. It represented the first time they had lost back-to-back Premier League games at Old Trafford since 2002 and leaves them nearer the relegation zone than the top of the table, with even a seven-point gap to make up on the Champions League places. Press Associationlast_img

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