HPD reports that the traffic lights at Hwy 19/Bayfront and Waianuenue/Kamehameha Avenue are flashing red.
Department of Public Works has been notified of the issue and will be responding.
In the meantime, treat flashing red lights similar to a 4-way stop sign, yielding accordingly to the right-of-ways.
The Massachusetts State Lottery is warning all consumers about scammers who are sending false announcements regarding lottery prizes.
As part of these scams, targeted individuals are contacted by phone, email, letter or text message from a scammer claiming that the recipient has won a lottery prize.
While these scams come in many different forms and have varying messages, they are often fraudulently branded as a Mega Millions prize.
These are fraudulent claims and no such prize has been won.
Never respond to these communications and never provide personal information or send money to a scammer.
You can read more and view examples of these types of scams by visiting our Legal Notice page here: Click here for more information January 15, 2019 - Yolande Leger of Leominster is the winner of a $25,000 a year for life prize in the Lucky for Life game after the first five numbers on her ticket matched those selected in the drawing that took place Monday, December 31, 2018.
Read More January 15, 2019 - Adam Ward of Londonderry, NH won a $100,000 grand prize in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “All or Nothing” game after none of the 12 numbers on his ticket matched those that were selected in a drawing that took place Tuesday, January 8.
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