Chances are you’ve been forced to swerve to miss a pothole at some point in your life.The pesky potholes seem to be popping up just about everywhere. In fact, reports indicate there is one pothole for every two miles of roadway in the United States.A good Samaritan in Mississippi took it upon himself to put an end to potholes in his neighborhood. The so-called “Robin Hood of fixing potholes” is helping the community but at a great cost. City officials say plugging potholes is illegal for citizens and could make the situation worse. So, how and why are all these potholes forming around the nation?First, water from rain or melting snow seeps through the cracks, softening the road’s base. Then, the water freezes and expands the pavement. Finally, the water dries and leaves a hole under the road.That’s where drivers come into play – traffic exposes those holes due to the weight of traffic rolling over the pavement.Just maintaining the roads, highways and bridges in the U.S…
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According to Boynton Beach news, Leylah Annie Fernandez shouted in joy and moved her arm after she had won Roland Garros Junior crown on Saturday after defeating Emma Navarro in the straight set.
It was a great signature moment for her who is 16 years old Boynton Beach resident and whose native place was Montreal. She is the first Canadian girl who won 6-3, 6-2 and had got the title. She spoke to the media on Sunday morning and said that after the last point, she was literally thanking God for all that it happened.
She wasn’t that familiar in Palm Beach country tennis circles as lefty starlet was ranked among the top 6 girls in the world and didn’t grow in South Florida.
In April 2018, Fernandez along with her parents and one of her two sisters had moved to Boynton. The city has a wealth of tennis courts just close to the beach.
Leylah was home schooled and would visit…
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