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  • Look to colleges for free stuff, big discounts

    Look to colleges for free stuff, big discounts
    Almost everybody is trying to stretch a dollar these days. But there are places you might not think to look when searching for deep discounts on things such as dental care, legal help and fine dining: Central Florida's colleges and tech centers....
  • Collins helps 'Canes pick up sweep of No. 25 N.C. State

    At times, it’s been a tough spring for Miami freshman Zack Collins. But Sunday afternoon, the former American Heritage star blasted a pair of home runs to help the Hurricanes pick up a 12-5 win over No. 25 N.C. State in Raleigh. With Sunday&...
  • FAMU band member sentenced to a year in jail in Robert Champion hazing case

    FAMU band member sentenced to a year in jail in Robert Champion hazing case
    Jessie Baskin, an admitted participant in the 2011 hazing death of a Florida A&M University drum major, trembled Friday as a judge gave him nearly a year in the Orange County Jail for the crime. The 22-year-old musician, who pleaded no contest to...
  • The book 'The New Jim Crow' is topic of discussion

    The book "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness" will be the topic at a meeting Tuesday of the Tri-County Interfaith Alliance. Guest speakers Sofie Buyniski and Andrea Coburn will present a program based on the book by...
  • Preds to get full effect of 'bright lights, big city' as Storm await

    Preds to get full effect of 'bright lights, big city' as Storm await
    At practice this week, Orlando Predators coach Rob Keefe carved out time to educate his players. The team's playbook, as always, was emphasized, but the Arena Football League's most storied rivalry was a popular subject, too. The Predators and the...
  • UCF, Maryland agree to home-and-home series in 2016-17

    UCF, Maryland agree to home-and-home series in 2016-17
    UCF football has rescheduled its series with Maryland to play in 2016-17. The Knights will host Maryland in 2016 and travel to College Park in 2017, according to UCF associate athletic director David Hansen. UCF initially agreed to a contract to...
  • Ward Takes No-Hitter Into 7th Inning In UConn Win Over USF

    Baseball Brian Ward took a no-hitter into the seventh inning Sunday to help UConn pick up its first conference win with a 4-2 victory over USF in Tampa, Fla. UConn moves to 11-10 (1-2, The American) with the win and USF drops to 15-7 (2-1, The American)....
  • FSU's Tyler Hunter happy to be back practicing after neck injury threatened his playing career

    FSU's Tyler Hunter happy to be back practicing after neck injury threatened his playing career
    TALLAHASSEE — Florida State stating safety Tyler Hunter walked onto the field at the Seminoles' indoor practice facility on Wednesday. With his helmet strapped on and a green scrimmage vest over his practice jersey, Hunter was right where he...
  • Saturday's college and local multi-sport roundup: Hokies' Carter takes second in NCAA wrestling; ODU's Dechow, Hokies' Dance place fourth

    Colleges: Wrestling: Virginia Tech 141-pounder Devin Carter finally encountered a guy he couldn't beat and finished second Saturday night in the NCAA championships in Oklahoma City. Carter, who missed most of the season because of an injury,...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Carter becomes first Hokie to reach NCAA wrestling finals

    Colleges: Wrestling: Virginia Tech 141-pounder Devin Carter, who missed much of the season because of injury, became the first Hokie ever to advance to an NCAA championship match. He won 12-3 against North Carolina’s Evan Henderson in a...
  • Violinist Jaime Jorge to perform at Tavares church

    Cuban-born violinist Jaime Jorge of Ooltewah, Tenn., will perform in concert at 6 p.m. April 6 at First Baptist Church of Tavares, 124 N. Joanna Ave. The concert will feature music ranging from favorite hymns to contemporary praise songs. According to...