There are a lot of people who have trouble obeying the speed limit, but which street in Lexington do you think has the biggest problem with speeding?
On Friday we asked you what you would ban in Lexington. This week, we're coming back with a different question: Which street in Lexington do you think has the biggest speeding problem? Yes, we've asked traffic-related questions in the past, about crosswalks and ignored Stop signs, but I'm not sure we've ever hit this particular topic. So here goes: Many people have trouble obeying the speed limit, but is there one particular area of Lexington where people tend to speed most often? Is there one street in town where people often drive too fast? Tell us in the comments section below. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our newsletter
Some schools in Rhode Island have prohibited these events after school lawyers said they violate gender discrimination laws. Do you agree with the ban?
Father-daughter dances are a tradition at many schools and community centers in towns across Massachusetts. But down in Cranston, R.I., school officials there say they have banned father-daughter dances after a complaint from one mother, according to various reports on Cranston Patch. The move came after Cranston School Superintendent Judith Lundsten received a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of a mother complaining that she had not be allowed to attend a father-daughter dance with her daughter. Apparently, the federal Title IX legislation that bans gender discrimination actually has an exemption for activities such as father-daughter dances. But Rhode Island law does not honor that exemption, Cranston Patch …