Archive for March, 2017

Regency, other Daytona hotels still eye hurricane recovery – News – Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

Friday, March 31st, 2017:

Jim Abbott @JimAbbottwrites DAYTONA BEACH – It’s expected to be a full-house on Saturday at the Daytona Beach Regency, when guests arrive for the first time since damage from Hurricane Matthew on Oct. 7 closed the resort for a string of repairs. “The guests are the soul of a property,” said John Betros, general manager of the 90-room property owned by timeshare company Diamond Resorts International. “It’s like you’re in a coma until you have your guests back. I’ve had several of them call me.” The Regency, at 400 N. Atlantic Ave., is among several properties in the area still […] Read More →

Greenville Tech training supports aerospace industry > SC Biz News

Friday, March 31st, 2017:

Aerospace is a $19 billion industry in South Carolina that accounts 100,000 jobs across four military aviation facilities and private sector firms, according to the S.C. Council on Competitiveness. Greenville Technical College offers training to provide the necessary workforce through its aircraft maintenance technology program, located at the S.C. Technology and Aviation Center. Program department head Carl Washburn said the aircraft maintenance technology program has a strong student placement rate in the industry. “Those who graduate and get their FAA certification all have jobs,” he said. “And salaries are very good. The average aerospace salary is about $71,000, compared to […] Read More →

Manhole Explosions Shatter Windows Near Union Square « CBS New York

Friday, March 31st, 2017:

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Strong explosions erupted underground near Union Square Friday morning, sending shattered glass raining onto the sidewalk. As CBS2’s Dave Carlin reported, the rain Friday may have been to blame. The three manhole explosions and fires happened on Broadway near East 12th Street around 6:30 a.m. Some compared it to thunder, but stronger. “There was a big vibration, I felt it on my bed,” said nearby resident Tony Cacaj. “That’s not the alarm clock you want.” “I really never heard a boom like that before, it was just crazy,” said Jeff Chinman, owner of Broadway Kitchen and Bath. […] Read More →

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