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Final preparations and council actions are taking place in anticipation of this year's municipal elections. The mayor and all seven members of the Tuscaloosa City Council will be up for election on Aug. 27. Also, each member of the Tuscaloosa City
With the western end terminating at Heathrow airport, it's tourist central...This is where you'll find them, especially around Kensington and Sloane Square. North of Victoria, you may as well give up as most of those coming from above are married
Spectators travelling to the Games today have been affected by delays on three Tube lines. A signal failure at Acton Town in west London caused a suspension of the Piccadilly line between Hammersmith and Northfields/Uxbridge, with severe delays on
London Bridge is one of the major Olympic hub stations, dealing not only with arriving commuters in the morning but those leaving to go to Olympic events. At Cannon Street, a main London terminus, a signalling problem meant there were fewer trains.
The Olympic flame will take a ride on the London Underground on Tuesday as it travels from Kingston to Ealing . Service Operator John Light, 64, will take the flame along the District Line from Wimbledon to Wimbledon Park in a train adorned with the
The federal court's redrawing of congressional, board of education and state legislative (both House and Senate) maps came after Kansas lawmakers failed to do so before adjourning. The federal court's actions created a number of winners and losers.
Tube passengers endured further travel misery today, with severe delays on three Underground lines. The hold-ups, which included part-suspension of services on two lines, followed a series of problems on the Tube last week. Today's difficulties were
London Underground commuters have endured a total of 29 days of delays in the past decade because of people committing suicide across the train network. Figures show a noticeable increase since the 2008 global financial crisis...Fifty-four-year-old
Rush-hour travellers on the Tube endured yet another miserable journey to work today after emergency engineering work partly closed one Underground line and affected services on two others. Emergency work at Charing Cross in central London led to the
London Underground drivers are to be balloted for industrial action it was announced today, as it was claimed that passengers had suffered the "worst week" of chaos on the Tube because of signal failures, faulty trains and staffing problems. The Rail