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  • Southern Lehigh grad Del Priore a finalist for NFF National Scholar-Athlete Award

    Southern Lehigh graduate Jake Del Priore has been selected as one of 36 finalists for the 2014 National Football Foundation High School National Scholar-Athlete Awards. Del Priore, who holds most of the Spartans receiving records, was named the NFF...
  • BCCC hires new president after turmoil

    BCCC hires new president after turmoil
    Baltimore City Community College has hired the former head of a Michigan community college campus as its next president, officials announced Thursday, nearly two years after its last leader was forced out of her job. Gordon F. May, who formerly served as...
  • Father, son bond over music; reunite for jazz concert

    Virtuoso violinist and Brazilian music pioneer and expert Ted Falcon has had several music mentors in his life, but none has a more special place in his heart than his father, Allentown guitarist Marvin Falcon. "I grew up listening to my dad give guitar...
  • George W. Hilton, college professor

    George W. Hilton, college professor
    George W. Hilton, a retired college professor, author and transportation economist whose works on railroads and shipping included the seminal history of Maryland's Ma & Pa Railroad, died Aug. 4 of heart failure at Lorien Health Park in Columbia. He was...
  • Just along for the rides: Your guide to Pennsylvania amusement parks

    Just along for the rides: Your guide to Pennsylvania amusement parks
    A family, a sense of anticipation that?s been building all week, a car packed with kids ? and you don't get back home until dark. Your destination: a fun-filled amusement park where everyone spends the entire day being thrilled, getting splashed on,...
  • Cunninghams bring happy days to Whitehall; UConn visits Lafayette

    Cunninghams bring happy days to Whitehall; UConn visits Lafayette
    Whitehall's roster is starting to look like an episode of "Happy Days" — filled with Cunninghams. Senior Kourtney, sophomore Kylee and freshman Kassidy Cunningham mark the front line for the Zephyrs (6-1-1). Freshman cousin Caitlin Cunningham...
  • Lake sheriff's Explorers win crisis, hostage category at national competition

    TAVARES — Teens from the Lake County Sheriff's Office Explorer program recently took first place in the crisis and hostage category at the national competition in Indiana. The students were among more than 2,500 Explorers from the U.S., Puerto...
  • Money-smart kids: wisdom from our summer interns

    Every year at the end of the summer I take our Kiplinger interns out to lunch and ask them two general questions: What did you learn about personal finance during your time with us, and what advice would you give your fellow college students about...
  • Dementia patients continue to get medications with little, no benefit

    Dementia patients continue to get medications with little, no benefit
    More than half of nursing home patients who suffer severe dementia and are likely to die within a year or two are administered medications that offer little to no benefit and may cause pointless discomfort, a new study finds. The latest research,...
  • Students from Chicago suburbs among victims in 2 fatal crashes in Indiana

    Students from Chicago suburbs among victims in 2 fatal crashes in Indiana
    A River Forest man was killed and three of four other suburban men with him were injured when their SUV blew a tire and rolled over near Remington, Ind., yesterday, causing a backup that led to another fatal crash. An Indiana woman was killed in the...
  • Without Phelps U.S. swimming a poor draw

    Without Phelps U.S. swimming a poor draw
    — Last year, as the U.S. Olympic swimming trials drew record crowds in Omaha, the popular refrain was Michael Phelps had created a wave of general interest in the sport that would keep rolling. Last week, as the first U.S. Championships or...