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South Boston VA Tourism
[October 7, 2012 – 12:38 pm]
South Boston VA Tourism

Whether you re an old-timer who wants to reminisce or a city slicker who wants to dream of the simple life,the ANNUAL HISTORIC NOLAND VILLAGE COUNTRY FAIR DAY is a day you don t want to miss. Plan to join the fun on a Saturday in May (We will provide the specific date as we get closer to our next Fair Day.) from 10am until 3 pm in the Providence community of Halifax County,located at the intersection of Cole s Ferry,Morton s Ferry,and Lake Conner Roads. And for those of you who have no clue where that is, you will find a Google Map below to help you out. Tour the preserved and…


Boston Tourism September
[August 12, 2013 – 08:50 am]
Boston Tourism September

Reporting Jon Keller BOSTON (CBS) — After the September 11th attacks in New York City, planes were grounded, fear lingered and there was a total collapse of Boston’s tourism business. Pat Moscaritolo, heads the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau and says it took more than two years before city tourism recovered. In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, he feared a repeat of the post-September 11, tourism crash. But then, something unprecedented occurred. “There were 38 countries around the globe whose national tourism office adopted a resolution and sent it on…

Boston University Identification card
[December 24, 2012 – 06:59 am]
Boston University Identification card

The Terrier Card is the official Boston University student and staff identification card. Continuing students with a dining plan or a Convenience Point plan will be issued new Terrier Cards for the 2012–2013 academic year. The new card is a contactless smart card which can be used in dining facilities, the Union Court, retail dining, City Convenience stores, Barnes and Noble at Boston University and campus vending machines. Boston University students, faculty, and staff are assigned a nine-character, computer-generated ID number. This University ID number or “U” number is used…