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  • Credit standards to loosen for PLUS college loan program

    The U.S. Department of Education will soon loosen the credit standards for parents looking to borrow to pay for college under the parent PLUS loan program. The new rules will be published next month and will go into effect for the next school year....
  • Peninsula District notebook: Patrick Prosser becomes Denbigh's Mr. Clutch

    Peninsula District notebook: Patrick Prosser becomes Denbigh's Mr. Clutch
    For the second time in six days, Patrick Prosser drove in the game-winning run as the Patriots beat Menchville 3-1 Tuesday afternoon. Last fall, Patrick Prosser was a Daily Press All-Star linebacker who made 130 tackles, 13 of which were sacks. This...
  • Inside the PD: Bethel's Ricky Walker makes things official at Virginia Tech

    Inside the PD: Bethel's Ricky Walker makes things official at Virginia Tech
    It’s been four months since Bethel’s Ricky Walker committed to Virginia Tech. The wait finally ended Wednesday afternoon as Walker signed his letter-of-intent with the Hokies in the school library. “It was great,” Walker said....
  • Apopka's mighty mite Jevric Blocker taking talent to Benedict College

    Apopka's mighty mite Jevric Blocker taking talent to Benedict College
    The path to college football wasn't exactly an easy route for Jevric Blocker. He's had to overcome obstacles all along the way, but the star weapon from this past season's Florida Class 8A state champion Apopka Blue Darters has finally found his home at...
  • Student from California gives birth in dorm room, bleeds to death

    Student from California gives birth in dorm room, bleeds to death
    Ayaanah Gibson, a pregnant 19-year-old freshman from Sacramento, was alone in her dormitory room at Benedict College in Columbia, S.C., over the Labor Day weekend.  At some point, Gibson gave birth, lost consciousness and bled to death, according to the...
  • LeRoy Walker dies at 93; first black to lead U.S. Olympic body

    LeRoy Walker, the first African American to lead the U.S. Olympic Committee and the first black man to coach an American Olympic team, died Monday in Durham, N.C. He was 93. Walker's death was confirmed by Scarborough & Hargett Funeral home, but no cause...