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Coroner’s Office responding to crash in Travelers Rest

A man was killed Wednesday night in a crash on a busy Upstate highway, according to Jennifer Cason with the Greenville County Coroner’s Office. The crash happened around 5:40 pm at the intersection of North Poinsett Highway and Tubbs Mountain Road in Travelers Rest, Cason said.According to Cason, a motorcycle driver was traveling on North Poinsett Highway when his motorcycle and an SUV collided. The victim has been identified as 27-year-old Charles Forest Taylor.He was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, Cason said.This case remains under investigation by Travelers Rest Police Department and the Greenville County Coroner’s Office.

A man was killed Wednesday night in a crash on a busy Upstate highway, according to Jennifer Cason with the Greenville County Coroner’s Office.

The crash happened around 5:40 pm at the intersection of North Poinsett Highway and Tubbs Mountain Road in Travelers Rest, Cason said.

According to Cason,

Canada ends COVID-19 entry requirements starting Oct. 1

Travelers heading to Canada will have an easier time entering the country as it drops its COVID entry requirements starting Saturday.

Travelers will no longer have to show proof of vaccination, take a test before or on arrival or follow quarantine rules, the Public Health Agency of Canada said in a news release Monday. Canada will also no longer require the use of ArriveCANwhich travelers can use to submit information like vaccination proof and travel details, among other changes.

The topic of loosening COVID measures came up in Wednesday’s caucus meeting at Parliament Hill. Tourism Minister Randy Boissonnault told the press officials were “going to make sure that as we open up the economy, we do so in a systematic and respectful way.”

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Why Do You Love Solo Travel?

Travelling AloneAll these worries and more (Will I get attacked by bandits? Or my car stuck in a ditch?) plague most travellers before their first solo trip, however shortly evaporate, outweighed by the innumerable benefits Here, our authors and editors supply their prime tips about the best way to journey alone efficiently.

I’ve been doing solo travels for 25 years and enjoy all of them. What is best is the escape from all accountability. I suppose we’re unaware of how connected we’re with others. It’s price it to disconnect from everybody for every week or two – I achieve this 3 times yr. If you plan to publish your journey on wastebook or instagram that’s a responsibility. I can personally attest to this as I am presently solo in Iguazu, Argentina. The awe and surprise I felt in the present day when visiting the falls I think for me was one …

Hate driving? And flying? This company has a new way for travelers to visit Myrtle Beach

Megabus also will offer service between these seven cities in Georgia and Myrtle Beach: Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Conyers, Monroe, Thomson and Washington.

Myrtle Beach will have one trip in and one trip out every day to each of those 10 cities. A full list of bus schedules and routes can be found online. For those willing to space out their trip, travelers could even take a bus from Raleigh to Columbia and then a second one from Columbia to Myrtle Beach, for example.

ExploreA Myrtle Beach vacation is bound to surprise you

“For over 89 years Southeastern Stages has proudly served our communities with safe and reliable transportation. To better serve our customers we are proud to announce the partnership with megabus.com,” Southeastern Stages president Mike Dickson said in a statement. “Megabus.com offers connections to over 100 cities and a best in class e-commerce website that provides

Central Arkansas Pride cancels event with Travelers, says team rejected drag queen throwing first pitch

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – An Arkansas LGBTQ+ rights group says they are canceling an event planned with the Arkansas Travelers baseball team over the involvement of a drag queen.

in a post made Thursday morningthe group Central Arkansas Pride said the Out Days event at Dickey-Stephens Ball Park had been called off just hours before the 6:35 pm scheduled start.

Organizers said they made the decision after the ball club rejected the group’s plan to have a local drag queen throw out the first pitch for the Traveler’s game against Corpus Christi.

The group said team officials told them they could suggest another person to throw out the pitch, but in the post, the group said its goal for the event was to “promote diversity and visibility” and that the decision to cancel was what needed to happen to,