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Home Remodeling Truck Slams Into Malden House


Home Remodeling Truck Slams Into Malden House

Home Remodeling Truck Slams Into Malden House
News from CBS Local:

MALDEN (CBS) – A 51-year-old Billerica man is facing OUI charges after police say he crashed a home remodeling company dump truck into a house.

The crash, which happened around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday at the intersection of Pleasant and West Streets, caused major damage to the home.

Officials say the front porch was destroyed, windows were smashed out, part of the porch roof collapsed onto the truck, an electrical panel was destroyed, and there was extensive foundation damage.

Keith Douglas Bouthillette. (Photo courtesy: Malden Police)

A person in the home, along with the driver, Keith Bouthillette, suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Bouthillette is due to be arraigned on Friday in Malden District Court on a charge of OUI second offense.


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Remodel will double size of Sugar House liquor store
News from Salt Lake Tribune:

(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune) file photo The size of the Sugar House liquor store will more than double when a remodel is completed on March 10.

In a few weeks, Salt Lake City customers may get relief from long checkout lines, lack of parking and limited booze selection at the state liquor store in Sugar House.

Remodeling is underway at the 1,904-square-foot store at 1154 Ashton Ave. that will more than double the amount of sales space, said Tom Zdunich, deputy director of the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (UDABC).

For the expansion, the UDABC is turning 1,925 square feet from the back of the building — now used for storage — into sales space, he said.

When complete on March 10, the store will have 3,825 square feet of sales space, which will allow for an expanded beer, wine and spirit selection. It also will create space for a fifth checkout line, up from the current four registers. Faster checkout should help alleviate parking congestion at the store, Zdunich said.

He said the remodel is being done within the existing UDABC budget for about $ 25,000 and without having to close the building.

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