#Memorial Day weekend

Oregon StateNew York Post

Oregon man allegedly kicks cop unconscious at Memorial Day weekend festival

Water crisis ‘couldn’t be worse’ on Oregon-California border. Missing fisherman found after surviving 17 days in Oregon wilderness. Second Amendment sanctuaries facing first court test in Oregon. Portland residents scared to visit ‘trashed’ downtown amid riots: poll. An Oregon man with an apparent dislike of cops disrupted a beloved local...
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TravelNew York Post

Memorial Day weekend travel spike signals return to normalcy

With the long Memorial Day weekend and increased vaccinations, Americans are taking the opportunity to return to more normal travel patterns. The Transportation Safety Administration on Friday reported via Twitter that it had screened 1.96 million passengers, airport workers and aircrew. “We’re creeping up to 2 million,” wrote TSA spokeswoman...
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Multnomah County, ORkptv.com

Campsites busy for Memorial Day weekend

MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OR (KPTV) - One camper may have summed up the 2021 holiday weekend best: "vaxxed and relaxed." This year, some Oregonians are getting back to their favorite activities and getting back together. Camping seems to be a popular way to do that this Memorial Day weekend. A park...
Texas Stateweathernationtv.com

Memorial Day Weekend at a Glance

It is the “unofficial start to summer”! For a look at the weather across the country here’s a few headlines. The northeast will be well-below average Saturday and Sunday with temperatures warming some by the holiday. A few stronger storms will be possible for the Outer Banks of NC on Saturday afternoon. Still, plan on a dreary next few days with lots of rain for the northeast & cool temperatures. Memorial day itself looks a bit drier, but breezy at times and still on the cooler side of things.

How Americans are spending their Memorial Day weekend

It's Memorial Day weekend in the United States, and many Americans are making the most of the holiday, which is sort of an unofficial start to the summer season. With Covid-19 cases dropping and more than half of all adults vaccinated, there's a renewed sense of optimism and hope in the country. People are making up for lost time, hanging out with friends and family and attending events.
New Bern, NCSun Journal

5 Things to do in New Bern over Memorial Day weekend

Although the weather may be challenging for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend, several events have been planned. At this time, no events have been cancelled. Whether its music, food, shopping or other events. There are activities scheduled for the holiday weekend for everyone. 1. New Bern Crab and Seafood Festival.
Miami, FLCNN

Summer travel outlook: 'We're seeing the light at the end of the tunnel'

(CNN) — Top US vacation spots are welcoming travelers for the first big holiday weekend of the Covid-19 vaccine era. Now that, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 40% of Americans are fully vaccinated, Memorial Day weekend seems to herald the start of a semi-normal summer, with at least 37 million people expected to travel over the holiday.
Branson, MObransontrilakesnews.com

Memorial Day weekend events

Memorial Day celebrations are in full swing this year in Branson. There will be various events all weekend from shows, to attractions, to memorial ceremonies. Little Heroes Park, located at #108 Little Heroes Circle, in Walnut Shade, will be hosting an event called ‘Back the Red, White and Blue’ on Saturday, May 29 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Los Angeles Times

Huge Memorial Day weekend crowds expected at Southern California beaches

Officials are bracing for massive crowds at Southern California beaches this Memorial Day weekend. Coastal areas are typically packed during the weekend that marks the unofficial start of the summer season. That’s compounded this year by the fact that the region is continuing to emerge from months of coronavirus restrictions, said Matt Myerhoff, media information officer for the city of Malibu.