Festival features local vendors from around New England.
Ride manufacturers and theme parks look for ways to combine the two classic ride genres.
Hotels hope to capitalize on more budget-conscious customers, many of which visit the sports venues.
PETA claims victory over by influencing a program the parks say has no material impact on attendance.
The shuttered ride is likely to open before the end of the year.
Spending on attractions is the engine that drives attendance.
Park will be owned by state-run companies along with parent Universal Parks & Resorts.
A director at the German company says the park violated its own policy when sending the train that caused Rosa Esparza to fall to her death.
A mix of grants will help fund the small family park's rebirth.
The UK park hopes to play to its vintage roots and attract hipsters.
City leaders hope to offset budgetary problems with more technology jobs.
Kentucky officials say job posting and statement of faith requirements would prevent tax break.
The company currently owns 40% of the European subsidiary.
Guests can be bagged and blindfolded, and even get a special scare when they return to their hotel room.
A high school freshman is still in the hospital after surgery to remove part of his skull to reduce swelling.
The boss of the entertainment and theme park company will go an extra two years.
A company that brightened up a hundred different coasters is now painting Mantis for its conversion to Rougarou.
The state's top lawyer says the park is a public trust and can't be sold.
First airing will be Oct. 2 on The Great American Country cable network.
Company successfully argued that the people involved with current policy are located there.
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