New online pet store
Friday, May 26, 2017

‘TRAVEL’ Articles

Egyptians Protest Government

Egyptians Protest Government

For days now, thousands of angry Egyptians have been demonstrating in the streets of several cities including Cairo, the capital. Riot police have been circling neighborhoods and trying to keep the violence to a minimum. Protesters are demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak’s authoritarian 30-year-rule. They hurled rocks at police and [Continue]

Snow, Snow, and more Snow

Snow, Snow, and more Snow

More than a foot of snow fell early Thursday and blanketed most of the Northeast. Airports are closed. Schools are closed. New York City and the surrounding area seems to have been hit the hardest. Nineteen inches of snow fell on Central Park which ties the record for the highest total in the region. And, [Continue]

Serial Killer on the Loose in NY?

Serial Killer on the Loose in NY?

It seems there is a serial killer on the loose in New York. Four bodies have been found buried on Gilgo Beach on Long Island. The bodies were in different stages of decomposition. One could have been there about a year. Each body was found within a quarter mile of each other. And, the injuries [Continue]

100 Car Pile Up in North Dakota

100 Car Pile Up in North Dakota

Interstate 94, near Fargo, ND, had nearly 100 cars involved in a pile up due to severe winds and heavy snowfall. The state Department of Transportation closed I-94 in both directions between Jamestown and Fargo after the accident. North Dakota, Gov. Jack Dalrymple declared a statewide storm emergency. Some people were stranded in their vehicles [Continue]

Ski Lift Accident at Sugarloaf Mountain

Ski Lift Accident at Sugarloaf Mountain

A ski lift broke down at Sugarloaf Ski Resort in Maine sending riders falling 30 feet to the ground. Several people — some of them children — were injured Tuesday after the lift derailed, sending five chairs crashing to the ground at Sugarloaf, a resort about four hours away from Boston and Montreal. Before the [Continue]

Snowstorm Blankets U.S. East Coast

Snowstorm Blankets U.S. East Coast

A strong Christmas-weekend blizzard paralyzed travel along much of the East Coast on Monday, halting flights at the three New York City airports, severely disrupting schedules at many others and shut down rail lines. Amtrak has halted service between New York and Boston, but the Philadelphia Inquirer says “trains between Washington and New [Continue]

Chilean Miners Invited to Visit Walt Disney World

Chilean Miners Invited to Visit Walt Disney World

The miners who spent more than two months trapped underground in a Chilean mine are going to Disney World. The workers, who spent almost 70 days trapped in a mine in Chile, have been invited to spend a week vacationing at Walt Disney World Resort next month. “The amazing story of these miners captured the [Continue]

Tracking Santa Claus

Tracking Santa Claus

Thanks to Google and the North American Aerospace Defense Command, also known as NORAD, you can track old Saint Nick on his Christmas Eve journey around the globe. Father Christmas has taken off from the north pole and is on his busy way to see you, according to a US and Canadian defence organization that [Continue]

Rain and More Rain in California

Rain and More Rain in California

The rain began falling five days ago and is expected to intensify into early Wednesday. This may not sound like much to most readers but it is certainly something to be reckoned with in Southern California where very little rain falls each year. Half a dozen Southern California counties are under an emergency declaration Wednesday [Continue]

EU Threatens Airports with Regulation As Snow Chaos Continues

EU Threatens Airports with Regulation As Snow Chaos Continues

The European Commission on Tuesday criticized airport operators in Western Europe for being ill-prepared to cope with bad weather as snow, ice and freezing temperatures continued to hamper road, rail and air networks for a fourth day, threatening Christmas plans for millions of travelers. Europe’s transport chief said Tuesday he was [Continue]

 Page 1 of 5  1  2  3  4  5 »