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Hyacinth problem grows out of control in Stockton
Parts of the waterways in Stockton are a sea of green -- and a plant known as hyacinth is being blamed for clogging sections of the Delta. Some even said Wednesday the plant invasion could become a...
Read more at KCRA 3 Sacramento
Local Leaders Trying to Change Spring Break Image
PANAMA CITY BEACH-- Wild party images of spring break put Panama City Beach in a negative national spotlight this year. And that's why now the Tourist Development Council has decided to not budget...
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WJHG Panama City
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Tourist Development Council
In other Terrebonne Parish Council action: Oct. 2...
Action: Accepted the Capital Commercial Development into the parish system. Note: Called a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 5. Action: Continued the public hearing regarding the 2015 Operations and...
Read more at The Houma Courier
Why is Denver an ISIS recruiting hot spot? Well, ...
When the news broke that three teenage girls from Denver were stopped in Germany, possibly on their way to join ISIS, they were described as: That's right, the latest — because just a few months ago...
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The Oxford Press
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Shannon Maureen Conley
Owners Hope App Will Boost Business In Cone Zone
DENTON (CBSDFW.COM) - Construction may be an ingredient for progress but it’s not a receipt for pizza sales. “It’s hurting our business really bad,” said Levon Juarez, a manager at Mellow Mushroom...
Read more at CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Camelback Resort unveils largest lodge and indoor...
TANNERSVILLE — Camelback Resort offered a sneak peak Wednesday of its mid-term construction of what it says is the largest ski-in/ski-out indoor waterpark hotel in the United States. Consisting of...
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Hampton Inn and Suites coming to downtown La Cros...
Downtown La Crosse will be home to a new hotel starting during the summer of 2015, when the Hampton Inn and Suites is expected to be completed. The official groundbreaking ceremony was held on...
Read more at WXOW 19 La Crosse
Backers of Shakopee mural aim for 'big and splash...
Lifelong Shakopee resident John Schroers remembers when downtown really hummed with activity. But newer residents don’t always share his fondness for the area. “Our main street, downtown, was the...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Spectacular autumnal views drive tourists to Brow...
Brown County, Indiana, is booming with business this month thanks to Mother Nature. Every year the fall season brings more than 1 million visitors to the town of Nashville. About 3 million people...
Read more at WLKY Louisville
2014 Nebraska Travel Industry Awards Announced
FREE NEBRASKA TRAVEL GUIDE: Nebraska’s tourism industry professionals honored their peers at the Celebrate Nebraska Awards Gala Thursday evening at the Quality Inn & Suites/Sandhills Convention...
Read more at WOWT Omaha
Tourism board wants to bring Can-Am first respond...
BANGOR, Maine — Bangor may compete for the rights to host the first responders equivalent of the Olympic Games in 2020. The Can-Am Police-Fire Games are a biennial event, held in even years, that...
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Wilmington earns title of Best American Riverfront
Gathering in Riverfront Park on Tuesday, the group looked out across deep blue water toward Eagles Island, the Battleship North Carolina's gray peaks rising above the treetops. Judy admired the...
Read more at The Jacksonville Daily News
Wilmington Downtown Inc.
Oxford Area Trails wins $500K for city
The Oxford Area Trails group in conjunction with the City of Oxford, Oxford Township, Miami University, Oxford
, Oxford Museum Association and Metro Parks of Butler County are the...
Read more at The Oxford Press
Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Trade show, after better experience, to return to...
A trade show that had planned to move its annual event to Atlantic City, after bad experiences in 2012 and 2013 at the Convention Center, has reconsidered and will return to Philadelphia in August,...
Read more at Philly.com
Columbus sales tax returns set Oct. record
Columbus sales tax collections got a $32,580 head start over the previous fiscal year. Returns from the Mississippi Department of Revenue totaled $745,150 this month, which is the first of Fiscal...
Read more at The Commercial Dispatch
East Valley Restaurant Week kicks off today
An event is planned in Indio today to launch the inaugural East Valley Restaurant Week. Fifteen local restaurants will provide samples of their dishes at the event, which starts at 4 p.m. at Shields...
Read more at KESQ Palm Springs
New county website available
Autumn is bringing more than red and yellow-turning leaves to Banks County. In the spirit of change and a new season, the Banks County government recently teamed up with 365 Degree Total Marketing to...
Read more at The Banks County News
Economic Development Authority
Monterey to continue with downtown security offic...
MONTEREY >> Private security guards will continue patrolling downtown Monterey for up to six months, while the city appears set to restart a police intern program axed due to budget cuts. For...
Read more at The Monterey County Herald
Chuck Della Sala
Department of Public Health
Stalled hotel project in Peoria might get new life
PEORIA, Ill -- A stalled hotel project in downtown Peoria might get new life. Last year the Four Points by Sheraton closed for renovations. Renovations stalled and the hotel was bought by Alena...
Read more at Central Illinois News Center
In the background stands the Palace of Westminster. Or the House of Lords and the House of Commons, if you prefer. In the foreground, a London taxi bears the word “Memphis” in big white letters across...
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