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After Wow Air closes, critics see flaws in US regulation (access required)

WASHINGTON – A purple Airbus jetliner with bright white lettering sat in silence in a dark corner of Newark Liberty International Airport. Another was parked at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. The idle jetliners are remnants of Wow Air, ...

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DOT secretary warns he could shut down DC subway system (access required)

WASHINGTON — Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Tuesday he seriously considered ordering a shutdown of the entire Washington Metro subway system last week and may still do that if local officials don’t follow Transportation Department safety directives. “We have the ...

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Crisfield Airport gets $78,000 federal grant

WASHINGTON — Crisfield Municipal Airport has been awarded a grant of more than $78,000 to update its master plan. The Federal Aviation Administration grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation will help improve safety and upgrade operations. The master should ...

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Mikulski, Cardin announce $2M grant for Ocean City buses

OCEAN CITY — More money is on the way for buses in Ocean City. Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski and Sen. Ben Cardin on Friday announced a $2 million grant through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s State of Good Repair Program. ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 7/20/12

J. Crew and Anthropologie stores to open in Harbor East Two national retailers, J. Crew and Anthropologie, will open stores next week in the Harbor East neighborhood, it was announced this week. J. Crew, a retailer of apparel for young ...

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BWI awarded $12M grant for runways

Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has been awarded a $12 million grant to improve and upgrade runaways. The Capital of Annapolis reports that the grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation will be used for the first phase of ...

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