I-80 development, solar battery energy, elevated police presence – Omaha Reader

09/07/21 • Nebraska Vaccine Data. • National Case Trends

Depending on where you live, you may not be within walking distance or have transportation to get to a grocery store that sells fresh fruits and vegetables, said Lisa Steinbach, a registered nutritionist at OneWorld Community Health Centers.
Photo by Bridget Fogarty. Story by Karlha Velásquez Rivas. Published in El Perico, the reader's bilingual (Spanish / English) sister publication.

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Today's news suggests dressing on the nines: Construction begins on I-80, Nebraska sees its first solar battery project, and North 24th Street Business Improvement District and the Omaha Police Department are developing a security plan to increase police presence.

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Around Omaha

  • Today is the first day of a construction project on I-80 that is slated to last through November. Expect traffic around 84th Street; These are the recommended detour routes.
  • OneWorld Community Health Centers is trying to vaccinate the South Omaha community.
  • Take another look at Part III of the Black Women Business Owners series from NOISE Omaha. The issue includes Sharnelle Shelton's Onyx Street Boutique from North Omaha – and her beloved Audacious Women of Omaha t-shirt.
  • After the violence on the weekend of July 4th, the North 24th Street Business Improvement District and the Omaha Police Department put in place a security plan to increase the police presence in the area.
  • Learn more about the Blue Bucket Project on a mission to clean up Omaha.
  • In a car accident on West Dodge Road, one person is killed and another is seriously injured.

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