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Baltimore Sun reporterJetBlue is offering a one-day airfare sale good for travel booked by 11:59 p.m. tonight. The airline's flash sale includes discounts on just about every route it flies and comes in the wake of last week's in-flight meltdown by one of its pilots. Capt....
Baltimore Sun reporterCap Cana, Dominican Republic Located just 10 minutes from the Punta Cana airport, Cap Cana is a self-contained, 30,000-acre ecological resort area with pristine oceanfront beaches, the luminous Cap Cana Marina, cliffs and forested hiking trails, as...
Baltimore Orioles' star center fielder Adam Jones loves to sleep out — which works out nicely for him, realization, since his team spends more than 80 days a year on the road. Obviously undaunted by frequent changes of scenery, Jones has been a...
While Rick Dutrow appeals to the Maryland Racing Commission on Tuesday to have his horse King and Crusader reinstated as the winner of the $75,000 Maryland Juvenile Championship at Laurel Park, his future continues to hang in the balance because of...
A day after the lack of oversight at Maryland race tracks came to light in a hearing before the Maryland Racing Commission at Pimlico Race Course, the commission's executive director, Mike Hopkins, said steps are already being taken to improve the...
The owner of King and Crusader, the Rick Dutrow-trained horse that was disqualified last week after winning the $75,000 Maryland Juvenile, has appealed and filed a protest with the Maryland Racing Commission. "All they wanted to do at the stewards'...
Tags: Laurel Park
Maryland’s horse racing stewards have disqualified the Rick Dutrow-trained King and Crusader and from the Maryland Juvenile Championship and fined Dutrow $500, upholding the protest filed by the connections of the second-, third- and fourth-place...
Tags: Horse (animal), Laurel Park, John V Burke, Laurel
Just as it can with human couples, sharing a good meal apparently sparks thoughts of love among whooping cranes. The stately, endangered birds at Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel are being primed by their keepers for another season of...
The Baltimore SunIf you're booking a flight today, airfares may appear higher than yesterday but they're really not. That's because the Department of Transportation's new rules on advertised airfares goes into effect today. The new rules require that airlines published...
One of the most ambitious, and contentious, issues in Carroll County over the past decade came to a crash landing on Thursday, Jan. 26, as the Board of County Commissioners rejected the $74 million expansion plan for Carroll County Regional Airport in...
What's that saying about leading a horse to water? The latest effort to teach Maryland-bred whooping crane chicks to migrate to Florida for the winter has been called off because the endangered birds will no longer follow the ultralight aircraft...
Before year's end, Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will be part of a passenger prescreening program that allows low-risk travelers to keep their belts and shoes on and their laptops in their bags as they go through security...
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