Knavobuki, a medieval coastal town, is now starting to form its government, to become its own city-state. This will consist of a small town hall behind the Knavobuki College Knowles Building.
In other news, the Knavobuki Subway system has completely terminated service for the first two quarters of 2017, and plans to reopen at the end of the year. Construction will begin as soon as possible to help make sure everyone can get around Knavobuki safely, and efficiently. The Green Line, being one of the main lines, will be functioning first, before the Red Line. Some stations may be removed, such as the Hatoki Subway link. The KnavoTRAM, one of the very first main rail lines in Knavobuki, will be removing its Knavobuki Island station, due to junction complications. Knavobuki Central will be re-designed to help accommodate the newest train updates and standards. Knavobuki Central plans on closing its doors mid-Summer, and will be re-opening late Fall or early Winter. Stay tuned!
Knavobuki Theatre, a small theater next to Knavobuki College, will be holding Yonce's Formation, Shire Tour for the first time ever. This will be the theaters first major event, and the staff are prepared for whatever is to come. The date will be announced in the summer of 2017, but don't miss it!
RICKARD REAL ESTATE GROUP OF KNAVOBUKI has opened its doors Monday, and will be serving the Knavobuki Mainland area for all your reality needs. Visit them on 2 Modesta Street, located right after the bridge on Knavobuki Mainland.
In Shire Global news, GJ & Co. has started working on its headquarters located in Venice. The GJ & Co. headquarters will house itself, and Knavobuki Co, a small company that owns Fresh Baked, and many other companies around the Shire.
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