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  1. Texas Woman's notebook: Pioneers get on hot streak in Puerto RicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denton Record-Chronicle

    TWU's trip to Puerto Rico last weekend for two games will be a road trip that the Pioneers are going to remember for a long time and for reasons beyond the fact they brought home two victories. TWU coach Beth Jillson called it an "awesome" and "really fun" trip, but it turned out to also be a five-day adventure for a pair of games played in a rather unusual and unique environment - an open-air gymnasium that didn't have air conditioning and, for part of one of the games, no working lights.


  2. Arroyo-Geraldo: Chelo Gonzalez To Face Antonio BentoRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Boxing Scene

    An opponent has been named for Jose 'Chelo' Gonzalez' ring return this weekend in Carolina, Puerto Rico. The lightweight contender will face Portugal's Antonio Joao Bento, in a supporting bout to a super flyweight eliminator between McJoe Arroyo and Mark Anthony Geraldo.


  3. Hyatt Honors Excellence Among Americas Owners and Developers with 2014 AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Hotel Online

    Hyatt Hotels Corporation honored 10 of the company's top owners and developers at Hyatt's recent conference for owners throughout the Americas, held at Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa in Indian Wells, Calif. "Hyatt has consistently emphasized that we want to be the most preferred hotel company for owners, guests and associates.


  4. Leave cold behind for sunny adventuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | The Columbian

    With winter on the horizon, perhaps it's time to plan a warm-weather family getaway. Here are five destinations to consider: Board a big ship.


  5. Puerto Rico's other coast: 'An easier life'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | USA Today

    Boqueron is a beach on the west coast of Puerto Rico in the town of Cabo Rojo. According to legend, pirate Roberto Cofresi hid treasure nearby.


  6. Puerto Rico: Verdanza Hotel Celebrates Anniversary with 5 5 OfferRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Travel World News

    Verdanza Hotel in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico is now in its fifth year as the only independent, full service hotel in the San Juan Metropolitan Area of Puerto Rico. Verdanza was conceived as a new brand of hospitality, one that offers visitors a genuine local vibe and a sense of belonging.


  7. Norwegian Cruise Line Unveils 2016/2017 ItinerariesRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | PressReleasePoint

    Norwegian Cruise Line today announced its 2016/2017 deployment. Highlights include the addition of San Juan, Puerto Rico as a seasonal homeport for Norwegian Gem, along with new eight-day Eastern Caribbean and six-day Western Caribbean Norwegian Escape sailings from Miami.


  8. Luis Tiant again is denied a spot in the Hall of FameRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 8 | Boston.com

    For the second time, former Red Sox pitcher Luis Tiant was denied a place in the Hall of Fame by the Golden Era Committee. Tiant received three or fewer votes from the 16-member committee of Hall of Famers, veteran executives, and historians.


  9. Rams Women's Basketball Team Defeats Suffolk 66-58Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | Patch.com

    The Framingham State University Women's Basketball team scored 13 straight points in the final three minutes of regulation to take a 66-58 victory over Suffolk University on Saturday afternoon in non-conference action in Boston. Sophomore Alycia Rackliffe scored seven of her 14 points in the closing minutes to help move Framingham to a 5-2 overall record on the season.


  10. Jonathan Suazo: VitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | All About Jazz

    Hopefully this will encourage others to follow suit. Since the well received 2012 release of Extracts of a Desire , Suazo has been actively performing, while busy composing songs for this new record.


  11. Chikungunya Cases Identified Through Passive Surveillance and...Read the original story

    Thursday Dec 4 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Chikungunya and dengue are mosquito-borne, viral, acute febrile illnesses that can be difficult to distinguish clinically. Whereas dengue is endemic in many countries in the Caribbean and the Americas, the first locally acquired chikungunya case in the Western Hemisphere was reported from the Caribbean island of St. Martin in December 2013 and was soon followed by cases in many parts of the region .


  12. Puerto Rico greets one of world's largest cruisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Puerto Rico is welcoming one of the largest cruise ships in the world that is capable of carrying more than 6,000 passengers. Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas arrived Thursday at a pier in historic Old San Juan that received an $8.2 million renovation to accommodate ships of that size.


  13. 16 Best (Affordable!) Winter Vacations in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Budget Travel

    Key West, FL , has a party-hearty rep, and it won't disappoint those who come here seeking the hard-drinking spirit of Ernest Hemingway. But it also offers Victorian homes, kayaking, art galleries, and beautiful beaches.


  14. Terps seek rebound against Notre DameRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | The Washington Post

    The Maryland women's basketball team arrived back on campus early Sunday morning still stinging from its first loss of the season. The 70-64 result against Washington State was a most unexpected conclusion to what began as a relaxing trip to Puerto Rico, where the Terrapins entered ranked 10th in the country and the prohibitive favorite to win the San Juan Shootout.


  15. Inside the Puerto Rico MarketRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Hotel Interactive

    Today we chat with Milton Segarra, President & CEO of Meet Puerto Rico to see how his destination is competing against other tropical destinations for group business. Milton Segarra is the president & CEO of Meet Puerto Rico, the lead, non-profit organization established in 1962 to drive meetings, conventions, trade shows and incentive groups to Puerto Rico.


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    Monday Dec 1 | University of Maryland Terrapins

    The eighth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team will travel to Fort Wayne, Ind. this week to play No.


  17. UPDATE 3-Puerto Rico transit crisis averted, oil tax hike beckonsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | Reuters

    Puerto Rico's commuters escaped a chaotic transport shutdown after authorities on Sunday reached an eleventh-hour deal to hike a controversial oil tax and averted an escalation of the island's debt crisis. The local government had been planning to shut its bus and city train service after the island's Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla was unable to convince enough members of his party to agree to raise the tax on crude oil by 68 percent.


  18. UPDATE 1-Puerto Rico faces public transport shutdown, talks down to wireRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | Reuters

    Puerto Rico could face a public transportation shutdown starting Monday, as talks go to the wire on approving a controversial crude oil tax hike proposed to shore up the island's finances. In what would be a major escalation of Puerto Rico's debt crisis, the local government is planning to shut down its bus and city train service after Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla was unable to convince enough members of his party to agree to raise the tax by 68 percent.


  19. Puerto Rico braces for public transport shutdownRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 30 | WHTC

    Puerto Rico's capital braced for a public transportation shutdown Monday, as lawmakers and administration officials held last-ditch talks to approve a crude oil tax hike that could keep San Juan's metropolitan area buses and commuter train running. In what would be a major escalation of Puerto Rico's debt crisis, the local government is planning to shut down its bus and city train service after lawmakers were unable to agree to raise its oil tax by 68 percent to back a $2.9 billion bond sale.


  20. Cruise ships to make rare stop in Puerto Rico cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Cruise ships are returning to Puerto Rico's second-largest city for the first time in three years. The mayor of the southern coastal city of Ponce says seven luxury ships operated by Monaco-based Silversea Cruises are expected through 2016.