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If your flight is delayed or canceled on an international trip, the law may protect you against losses like the cost of accommodation, meals or alternative transportation. The Montreal Convention is an international treaty with over 130 participating countries, including the U.S. It creates strict rules for how airlines handle claims for flight delays and […]

Unless you live on some remote planet, you know the equation that dominates the current air travel scene: Surging demand plus unprepared industry equals chaos. This year has seen an unparalleled rate of flight cancellations and delays, with no immediate fix on the horizon beyond wholesale pre-emptive cancellations. So if, like me, you're holding to plans for a late-summer or fall trip, you're probably also considering what rights and remedies you'll get if you get caught in the cancellation and delay mess. For travel within the U.S., the only legally required relief concerns the single case of denied boarding ("Bumping") due to overbooking. Beyond that, all you're due is what each airline's contract of carriage specifies. And those contracts leave you vulnerable to some big gotchas.

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Grace Ryan, the co-owner of a home staging company, returns to her hometown to be with her family for the Christmas holiday. The Ryans, seasonal holiday decorators, are competing in the annual Bright Nights contest for the opportunity to not only secure a lucrative contract to decorate every municipal building in town next season, but also a substantial cash prize. With Grace's father's furniture business on the ropes financially, this prize could turn his fortunes around. But they will have to compete against Mr. Ryan's ex-business partner-turned-arch-nemesis Frank Sotto and his family, as well as a tech-heavy newcomer. As Grace reunites with her childhood friend, Tony Sotta, Frank's handsome son, they realize the only chance the families have to defeat the new tech-heavy company is to team up. Can the two families put aside their differences to work together towards a common goal, and possibly mend a decadesold feud?

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The Coffee County Board of Education approved 10 TEAMS teacher contracts out of a possible 26 to start off the 2021-2022 school year.

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