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  • Greg Shirley leaving Boone to coach Tennessee power Brentwood

    Greg Shirley leaving Boone to coach Tennessee power Brentwood
    Lifelong Orlando-area resident Greg Shirley is retiring from coaching high school basketball in Florida after 30 years of service. But at age 51 he is ready to start anew in Tennessee.
  • Harford largely left out of governor's proposal to boost spending on roads, bridges

    Harford largely left out of governor's proposal to boost spending on roads, bridges
    Although Harford County appeared to come up short in Gov. Larry Hogan's announcement Thursday of a $1.97 billion funding commitment for highways and bridges construction and repair, one local legislator hailed the governor's announcement as a victory...

    Former DP swim coach Bruce Follensbee gets Hall call

    Former DP swim coach Bruce Follensbee gets Hall call
    Longtime Dr. Phillips swim coach Bruce Follensbee, who led Panthers girls and boys teams to six state championships, 16 district titles and 16 Metro Conference crowns over his 24 seasons, was one of 30 coaches nationwide inducted into the National High...

    The Short List: Light Up Lexington, D'Angelo, Blonde Redhead, more

    The Short List: Light Up Lexington, D'Angelo, Blonde Redhead, more
    WEDNESDAY: Dublin’s Girl Band, who are actually all guys because that joke never ever gets old, plays the Ottobar. Rockabilly singer-songwriter Caroline Rose performs at the Metro Gallery with Rodney Henry. The Station North Jazz Orchestra blows its...

    Correction: Police Training-Vegas' Lessons-Abridged story

    In a June 22 story about efforts to retrain police to reduce the number of shootings by officers, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of a trainer quoted. The correct name is Pete Kruse, not Pete Crews. A corrected version of the story is...