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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Union Station
After years of struggles, Kansas City's Union Station appears to be on solid financial footing, having recorded its fourth straight year of having more than $1 million in surplus cash, station officials said.
This is one of those all-too-rare books that have so much to them. Not just about trains either.
Amtrak's California Zephyr is resuming service to Denver Union Station after a three-year absence and a nearly $500 million renovation of the historic Denver rail hub.
When White House officials chose St. Paul's Union Depot for President Barack Obama's announcement Wednesday of a $600 million competition for federal grants to fund infrastructure projects that create jobs, they picked a site that received nearly $125 million in federal funds for a major renovation in an earlier round of the program.
State and local officials will be gathering in New London to celebrate an agreement to develop the National Coast Guard Museum in the city.
State and local officials are expected to sign an agreement pledging their support for the development of the planned National Coast Guard Museum in New London.
It's Ladies Night in Washington - but it's not being held at a bar or at a concert club. It's at a comic book store in Union Station, and the women in attendance on a recent weekend night indulge in a shared enthusiasm for one of the last markets that typically excludes them.
It's Ladies Night in Washington, D.C. — but it's not being held at a bar or at a concert club. It's at a comic book store in Union Station, and the women in attendance on a recent weekend night indulge in a shared enthusiasm for one of the last markets that typically excludes them.
Union Station in Kansas City will be turned into Egypt this summer, where visitors will be able to re-create the discovery of King Tut's tomb.
The unmarried stewardesses, who had passed weigh-in, moved down the aisle, their pressed skirt suits hiding their girdles, to the rear of the plane where the cigarette smoke billowed into a thick smog before being vented out into the sky.
Natural Bridge, a 215-foot-high stone bridge once owned by Thomas Jefferson and a centuries-old tourist attraction, has been sold by its private owner at a fraction of its value to a conservation group and is destined to become part of Virginia's park system.
Venerable country music star Willie Nelson is among the latest acts announced for a summer music festival in Cincinnati.
A Civil War Trail in Lauderdale County will be unveiled Feb. 14 on the 150th anniversary of Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman's burning of Meridian.
Ted Leonsis, former AOL executive and majority owner of the Washington Wizards and Washington Mystics basketball teams, said recently that he would like to build a new practice facility for the teams near to the arena where they play, the Verizon Center.
For Beverly Richardson of Severna Park, a weekend visit to the nation's capital is now hassle-free.