State of emergency in effect as Hurricane Lane barrels toward Hawaiian coastline

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Hurricane Lane is swiftly moving along its course towards Hawaii where hurricane warnings are in effect for Maui and Hawaii, also called the Big Island. A hurricane watch has also bee issued for Kauai and Honolulu’s island of Oahu that are said to be hit by the hurricane as well. According to the National Weather Service the storm has now been downgraded to a Category 4 hurricane and is making landfall today.

Related: After three months, Kilauea eruptions might be over

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This bike lane in Korea is topped with 20 miles of solar panels

And solar panels run through it. This stretch of highway in Korea features a bike lane that runs right down the middle. While the lane is offset and looks safe with barriers, it is also protected with solar panels. The lane runs from Daejeon to Sejong / View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green BuildingEco funeral – Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Poland unveils glowing bright blue bike lane that’s charged by the sun

Related: Twinkling solar bike path inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night pops up in the Netherlands

Via Next Nature Network and Gazeta Wyborcza

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Lane Family Funeral Homes Answers Question – Burial – Cremation

www.youngstownwarrenfunerals.com Lane Family Funeral Homes funeral director, Jarrod Kane, explains different reasons why some families may choose burial services and cremation services for their loved one. Lane Family Funeral Homes has been serving the Greater Youngstown and Warren Ohio area since 1855 including the communities of Howland, Austintown, Poland, Girard, Champion, Struthers, Niles, Campbell, Lowellville and Columbiana. For more info call (330) 967-0101.