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I had to cancel my honeymoon trip to Sugar Bay Resort and Spa in St. Thomas a few days before my departure in October because of Hurricane Irma.I had booked the package through Travelocity. It included round-trip airfare and hotel. But the resort was so damaged that it will remain closed for most of 2018. I received my full refund for the hotel, but American Airlines charged a $200 fee for changing my ticket.The tickets are supposed to be refundable. I've been trying to get a refund on the cancellation fee, but Travelocity says there's nothing it can do, and American refuses to resolve this. Can you help me get my money back?— Evan Hasara, Milwaukee A: Congratulations on getting hitched. I'm sorry about the timing. Last year's hyperactive hurricane season ruined so many vacations, including yours, unfortunately. Travelocity should have helped you secure a full refund for your honeymoon. And if it couldn't, then American Airlines should have stepped up and done the right thing. I … [Read more...] about A hurricane ruined my St. Thomas honeymoon, so why is American Airlines keeping my money?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Christopher Elliott Globe correspondent March 13, 2018 Q. I had to cancel my honeymoon trip to Sugar Bay Resort and Spa in St. Thomas a few days before my departure in October because of Hurricane Irma. I had booked the package through Travelocity. It included round-trip airfare and hotel. But the resort was so damaged that it will remain closed for most of 2018. I received my full refund for the hotel, but American Airlines charged a $200 fee for changing my ticket. The tickets are supposed to be refundable. I’ve been trying to get a refund on the cancellation fee, but Travelocity says there’s nothing it can do, and American refuses to resolve this. Can you help me get my money back? Advertisement EVAN HASARA, Milwaukee Get The Weekender in your inbox: The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond. Thank … [Read more...] about A hurricane ruined his St. Thomas honeymoon, so why is the airline keeping his money?
Hubert Walczak didn't just have a mind for math. He had a gift for making it interesting. A mathematics professor at the University of St. Thomas for 33 years, Walczak used weather reports, music or everyday statistics to make numbers come alive. "Mathematics is not a subject you'd think someone could make exciting, but he did," said Tom Fleming, a renowned biostatistician and professor at the University of Washington, and one of Walczak's most accomplished students. "He was absolutely extraordinary. He changed my life." Walczak, of St. Paul, died Jan. 31, several years after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He was 84. The great-great-grandson of Polish immigrants, Walczak grew up a devout Catholic in South St. Paul and was the first in his family to go to college. During summers, he'd work at the Swift and Co. meat packing plant, and earned enough to pay for an entire year's tuition plus room and board. He loved classical music as much as he did the patterns and structures of … [Read more...] about Obituary: St. Thomas Prof. Hubert Walczak brought love of math to many
Roy N. Kent, [email protected] Updated 11:31 am, Tuesday, January 16, 2018 With anticipated inclement weather ready to descend on the greater Houston area, school districts are taking preemptive measures to keep students and staff safe. Lamar Consolidated ISD made the decision early Monday to cancel classes and close its campuses on Tuesday. All student extracurricular activities are also canceled. "We are closely monitoring the weather and will inform the community if there are any further changes," the district said in a news release. For updates, go to www.lcisd.org. Stafford Municipal School District will also be closed on Tuesday 16 due to the forecast of inclement weather. Stafford MSD is also postponing all extracurricular activities as well. For updates, go to www.staffordmsd.org. Katy ISD will be closed Tuesday "due to extremely cold and freezing temperatures anticipated to impact roads and driving conditions." "The District encourages all parents, staff … [Read more...] about SCHOOL CLOSURES: Area Houston-area districts closing schools in advance of wintry weather