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Couple Fears Travel Company Isn't Legit (WSMV Nashville)
A Brentwood couple spent thousands of dollars for a vacation travel package, but said they can't reach the company that sold them the deal.
Dave on Demand: Deal or Oh! Deal (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
I don't know what Deal or No Deal did on its summer vacation, but the NBC game show came back loaded for bear.
TIMES: Coalition talks reach deal on Goodwill site (KING5 Seattle)
A community coalition has entered into a "community-benefit agreement" with a developer proposing a huge shopping mall at the Goodwill property on South Dearborn Street.
Palin's daughter not a national story (Chatham Daily News)
I did the best I could on vacation last week in terms of staying away from the news. You see, in the news gathering business, you aren't really on vacation if you are still paying close attention to the news. But after only a peek here and a [...]
Red Wings' Hossa to arrive in Detroit on Friday (Detroit Free Press)
Tomas Kopecky's vacation is coming to an end Friday. That's when he's due to go to the airport to pick up newest Red Wings forward Marian Hossa, a compatriot of Kopecky's from Slovakia. The two recently finished up a summer of skating, working out and lunching together to the point that Kopecky joked they needed some time apart.
Vacation Plans That Avoid the Pump (New York Times)
WHEN Robert Huether and his fianc�e, Heather Wierowski, go on vacation, they typically take a plane or a car to get away from it all. But summer spikes in gas prices, reaching beyond $4 a gallon, spurred them to try a new kind of trip this year.
Ministry moving to deal with overcrowding in schools (Barbados Advocate)
THE Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development would make the necessary arrangements to accommodate families who do not live in the catchment areas, as well as to deal with potential overcrowding in urban schools.
Tourists: Stay or go? (WPDE-TV Myrtle Beach - Florence)
By Sharon Greene Wednesday, September 03, 2008 at 11:12 a.m. As forecasters wait to get a better idea of where Hanna will make landfall, many tourists on the Grand Strand are left with an important question: Should they stay, or cut their vacation short and leave?
No cash? No problem, if you barter (CNN.com)
Miriam Brown has always wanted to visit Cape Cod, but when she recently began to plan a trip and found out she would have to pay $200 or more a night for lodging, her dream vacation seemed out of reach.
What I did on my summer vacation (Asbury Park Press)
Jalynn Turano's summer working at a reception desk at Seaview Orthopaedics & Medical Associates in Ocean Township has paid off in more ways than she imagined.