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  • Parents organize run to keep daughter's name alive

    Parents organize run to keep daughter's name alive
    In an instant Russell and Kim Hurd went from planning their daughter's wedding to arranging her funeral. Nearly four years ago, Heather L. Hurd was killed by a tractor-trailer truck driver who was texting while driving and slammed into nine cars on a...
  • BWI flights to Cuba to start in March

    BWI flights to Cuba to start in March
    A Tampa-based company plans to begin offering flights next spring from BWI-Marshall Airport to Cuba, where travel has been restricted since 1961, shortly after Fidel Castro took power and nationalized U.S.-owned businesses. But visitors shouldn't count...
  • Ocean City banner pilot killed in plane crash in Worcester County

    A pilot working for an Eastern Shore company that flies advertising banners over Ocean City beaches each summer was killed Thursday after his plane crashed on a golf course in Worcester County, according to Maryland State Police. The pilot, identified by...
  • Travelers determined to have a vacation — within a budget

    Travelers determined to have a vacation — within a budget
    Money may be tight, but not enough for most of us to forgo a summer vacation. A recent survey by travel site Orbitz.com found that nearly eight of 10 respondents will be taking a vacation this summer. Some plan to spend more than last year, but nearly...
  • Regulators shut down 26 bus operations along I-95

    After a yearlong investigation, federal safety regulators have closed 26 bus operations as "imminent hazards," including one that they said operated illegally in Maryland and another that ran 16 daily trips between Baltimore and New York City. The...
  • Pilot dies after crash of single-engine plane at Carroll County airport

    Pilot dies after crash of single-engine plane at Carroll County airport
    The lone occupant of an airplane that crashed Friday morning at Carroll County Regional Airport in Westminster has died. Maryland State Police spokeswoman Elena Russo confirmed Friday afternoon that the man died at Maryland Shock Trauma Center of...
  • BWI plans a $100M expansion

    BWI plans a $100M expansion
    Travelers passing through Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will see extensive changes over the next two years as officials launch a $100 million renovation project that will transform the central section of the airport —...
  • Four Seasons Baltimore offers luxury, boost for tourism

    Four Seasons Baltimore offers luxury, boost for tourism
    As the Four Seasons Baltimore opened to its first guests Monday, the city's newest waterfront hotel looked forward to many more. Over a dozen couples have booked weddings, companies have set up corporate accounts, and business is strong for year-end...
  • BWI begins offering free Wi-Fi for travelers

    BWI begins offering free Wi-Fi for travelers
    Free Wi-Fi access at U.S. airports appears to be spreading like firewire and Baltimore has finally caught it. Today, BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport announced that free, basic wireless Internet access is now available for travelers in addition to a paid,...
  • Thanksgiving travel: Tuesday is the new Wednesday

    Thanksgiving travel: Tuesday is the new Wednesday
    As more people try to get an early jump on the holiday, Tuesday before Thanksgiving is becoming the new Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Tuesday isn't expected to be quite as busy as the nation's biggest travel day of the year, but if recent trends...
  • Survey finds TSA ranks among travelers' top annoyances

    On the 10th anniversary of the Transportation Security Administration, a new survey has found that the airport screening process remains among the top frustrations for most air travelers. The security procedures yielded four of the top five annoyances of...
  • Thanksgiving travel avoids big bumps

    Thanksgiving travel avoids big bumps
    The traditionally busiest travel day on the U.S. calendar wasn't looking all that oppressive Wednesday as many folks apparently got a jump on the holiday — whether traveling in the air or on the ground. Travelers were moving briskly through check-...