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  • Stafford High baseball team sets goal to win conference

    With the weather finally on a warming trend, the Stafford High School varsity baseball team was looking forward to finally getting in some outdoor practice last week. "The weather's been tough. It's been difficult, but we're getting in a lot of...
  • Feinberg neurological surgery chairman Andrew Parsa dies at 48

     Feinberg neurological surgery chairman Andrew Parsa dies at 48
    Dr. Andrew Parsa, chairman of neurological surgery at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, died suddenly Monday morning, according to school officials and the Cook County medical examiner's office. Dr. Parsa, 48, was remembered Monday...
  • Summer Camp Teaches Kids Chinese Language, Global Appreciation

    Summer Camp Teaches Kids Chinese Language, Global Appreciation
    Gone are the days that "camp" meant only swimming, kayaking and archery. Kids can participate in summer programs that revolve around computers, math, science, engineering, fashion design and creative writing. There's even a camp in New Haven that allows...
  • Brandywine grad offers bridesmaid dress rentals online

    Stand-up comedian Megan Mooney spoke for generations of bridesmaids when she said the bride-to-be always tries to talk up the ugly bridesmaid's dress. "All my friends that I'm in their wedding, they always say the same thing. They're like: 'These are not...
  • Around Annapolis: Local teen headed to China with Model UN

    Around Annapolis: Local teen headed to China with Model UN
    Ethan Park's interest in politics began with a simple project in elementary school when his teacher asked the class to bring in a newspaper clipping and explain it to the class. "I tried to read the New York Times, but I think I was too young for that,"...
  • Jane Moyer, Northampton County's historical society angel, dies at 103

    Jane Moyer, Northampton County's historical society angel, dies at 103
    Several years ago, when the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society moved from the Mixsell House at Fourth and Ferry streets in Easton to its new home at the Sigal Museum on Northampton Street, Jane Moyer had to go back for one last errand....
  • Labor leader Victor Gotbaum dies; helped NYC in 1970s crisis

    Victor Gotbaum, an influential New York labor leader who both fought City Hall and helped it survive its 1970s fiscal crisis, has died, his son said Monday. He was 93. Gotbaum died Sunday at his Manhattan home, Noah Gotbaum said. He said the cause of his...
  • Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review

    Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review
    Rolling Stone magazine retracted a discredited story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia after a devastating independent review by Columbia University deemed it a “journalistic failure that was avoidable.” “The...
  • International students at American universities benefit all

    College acceptance letters landed in mailboxes across the country these last few weeks. Proud families now need to figure out the finances of higher education while managing household teenage exuberance. Americans entering the Class of 2019 will be...
  • Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review

    Rolling Stone retracts rape report, apologizes after 'painful' review
    Rolling Stone magazine retracted a discredited story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia after a devastating independent review by Columbia University deemed it a “journalistic failure that was avoidable.” “The...
  • Report: Rolling Stone rape article 'journalistic failure'

    Rolling Stone magazine retracted a widely discredited article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia after a top journalism school issued a scathing report Sunday concluding it had failed to meet proper journalistic standards. The...