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The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa.Some players talk about their future teammates, facilities or coaching staff as their reason for choosing a college. For reigning Times-Tribune Girls Player of the Year Tricia Byrne, her decision to verbally commit to the College of the Holy Cross...
The Record, Stockton, Calif.Jordan Enos was 3,000 miles from home, deep on the bench and humbled. Then a freshman at College of the Holy Cross, a high-end academic institution in Worcester, Mass., the Lincoln High graduate heeded his coaches advice and stayed committed to a...
The Philadelphia InquirerJoseph F. Hennessey, 75, of Huntingdon Valley, a pediatrician in Philadelphia for almost four decades, died Monday, April 22, of heart failure at the Regional Hospital of Scranton. Dr. Hennessey was known for his care and compassion for children, his...
HartfordConnecticut Children's Medical Center is pleased to announce the recent appointment of four new physicians to its Divisions of Otolaryngology, Endocrinology and Emergency Medicine. Valerie Cote, MD, FRCSC, has joined the Division of Otolaryngology at...
The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa.The four candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for Lackawanna County register of wills and clerk of orphans' court are running with the knowledge the position might not exist after the May 21 primary. Register of wills is one of four elected...
NewsdayLongtime Adelphi University history professor Patrick James Kelly, who dedicated much of his life to writing a biography of a 19th-century German naval leader, died Sunday. He was 69. The cause of death was acute myeloid leukemia, a blood cancer,...
It remains to be decided when the Catholic world’s cardinals will lock themselves away in the Sistine Chapel to elect the next pope. But the undeclared candidates to succeed retiring Pope Benedict XVI are already campaigning in the gilded salons...
Pleading exhaustion, Pope Benedict XVI broke a 600-year taboo this week in announcing that he would resign as leader of the Roman Catholic Church and live out the rest of his life in prayer and contemplation. It could change the profile of the papacy...
It didn't take Ena Heller long to make a statement. Just a few months into her tenure as director of Rollins College's Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Heller announced admission would be free. To everyone. For all of 2013, the museum's 35th-anniversary year....
Since ancient times, surgeons have dreamed of transplanting healthy organs into patients disabled by disease and injury, but the human body's powerful immune system stymied all such attempts, leading many observers to conclude that the procedure was...
Millions of Americans are buying tickets for Wednesday's $500 million Powerball lottery, and you'd think that would mean a big economic boost for the 43 states participating. That's not a sure bet. Americans spent $65.5 billion on lottery tickets in...
Robert James Cotter, a Johns Hopkins scientist and professor whose work in mass spectrometry has contributed to discoveries in health and science, died last Monday of heart failure at his home at HarborView in Baltimore. He was 69. His work, which earned...
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