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Drivers beware. Construction has begun on the U.S. Highway 1/Federal Highway Beautification Project aimed at providing alternative transportation options, upgrading outdated equipment and eliminating travel lanes in Delray Beach. Beginning near Linton...
At the kickoff of the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association's annual convention this month, that organization's strides — not to mention the entire nation's — were no more clear than on a simple United Airlines banner beside the...
PIERRE — State government employees soon could see an added benefit when they must move their places of residence to accept state jobs in South Dakota. Under a proposed change, moving and travel expenses would be covered for the employee as well...
Tags: Politics, Regional Authority, Travel
For RedEyeTim Graham, the former executive chef of Tru and Paris Club, is helming the restaurant at The Langham, Chicago hotel, which is set to open in July. Located at 330 N. Wabash Ave., Travelle will serve Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in a setting that's...
Tags: Tru, Foods and Beverages, Restaurants, River North, Travel
South of the border Travel deals south of the border look muy, muy bueno — just in time for summer vacation season. Savings of as much as 60 percent are showing up in deals at Mexico beach regions, including Riviera Maya, Los Cabos, Cancun, Puerto...
Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacA tax hike is in the works for Turkeyfoot school district residents. The Turkeyfoot school board unanimously approved a $5 million preliminary budget and voted 7-1 to approve a tax rate of 25.34 mills, a 0.21-mill increase. Board members will vote on...
Tags: Washington, DC, Travel
Linda Altizer of Hagerstown visited The Home of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind in Raigarh, India, on a mission trip through Central India Christian Mission that she took in late January and early February. More than 500 disabled children live in the...
With all the talk of dam removals in the news — scheduled removal of nine dams from the Little Lehigh and Jordan Creeks, and potential removal of two from the Lehigh River near its confluence with the Delaware — getting out in the late...
Tags: Water, Environmental Issues, Sports, Wildlife, Travel
EAST JORDAN -- East Jordan High School seniors are giving parents of elementary school-age children the chance to get out of the house for a date night Friday, May 31. The event is a fundraiser for the senior class's humanitarian trip to Peru in mid-June....
Tags: Schools, Peru, Travel, High Schools
Kings Island, an Ohio amusement park, doesn't get the headlines and attention of Disneyland and Disney World, but for a shining moment in 1973 it was the center of the pop culture universe. Why? Because those lovable Brady kids from "The Brady Bunch"...
Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that came across our desk recently: The Online Vacation Center is offering a 14-night Caribbean cruise aboard Royal Caribbean International that makes port in 11 locations....
Webster and a German city are getting ready to celebrate the 10th anniversary of a friendship that can trace its roots back nearly three decades to sweat-soaked high school wrestling mats in northeast South Dakota. In 1986, a group of young German...
Tags: Human Interest, Culture, Arts and Culture, Wildlife, Wrestling
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