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  • Ancient structures built in southern Ohio by Indians are worth viewing

    Ancient structures built in southern Ohio by Indians are worth viewing
    CYNITHIANA, Ohio - Fort Hill State Memorial is a place with interesting options. It is home to some of the best hiking in the state, interesting geology and rare plants in a surprisingly wild corner of southwest Ohio. It is also home to ancient and...
  • Howard Magazine: County gyms for women who crave intensity

    <i>Howard Magazine</i>: County gyms for women who crave intensity
    It is said that when it comes to exercise, you get out what you put in. And for some women in Howard County, 20 minutes on the treadmill simply doesn’t produce satisfactory returns. For these women, a workout means attacking a giant tire with a...
  • Towson's trip to LSU will help athletic department meet costs, market the brand

    Towson's trip to LSU will help athletic department meet costs, market the brand
    On the football field, Towson University's game Saturday night against No. 3 Louisiana State University gave 60 players a chance to dream of the ultimate upset. Off the field, it gave the Towson athletic department the funds it needs to stay solvent...
  • Towson athletic department recommends cutting baseball and men's soccer

    Towson athletic department recommends cutting baseball and men's soccer
    Despite receiving its biggest single payday in the history of the athletic program last week, Towson University  might not be able to avoid the financial reality that has affected many larger schools in recent years. Three days after taking home a...
  • Menchville grad Jharel Cotton, Tabb product Adam McConnell are selected in MLB draft

    By the time Jharel Cotton got the phone call Wednesday, it was already a day too late in his mind. Of course, he wasn't about to hang up and tell the Los Angeles Dodgers to go away. It's long been his dream to play professional baseball, and he's...
  • Neil Young, Jonathan Demme prepare for 'Journeys'

    Neil Young, Jonathan Demme prepare for 'Journeys'
    “There is a town in north Ontario,” begins one of Neil Young’s most famous songs, “Helpless.” The north-Ontario town is called Omemee, and it’s where Young’s latest movie with director Jonathan Demme begins....
  • UCF looking to impress Dionte 'D.J.' Taylor during Lauderdale receiver's official visit

    UCF looking to impress Dionte 'D.J.' Taylor during Lauderdale receiver's official visit
    Fort Lauderdale University School wide receiver Dionte “D.J.” Taylor admits that when he was first approached by the UCF coaching staff, his reaction wasn’t unlike a lot of other high school football prospects. UCF can sometimes be an...
  • Q&A with Seton Keough field hockey player Becca Wallace

    Q&A with Seton Keough field hockey player Becca Wallace
    The Seton Keough field hockey team is having a year to remember in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference, and one of the primary reasons is the play of goalkeeper Becca Wallace. The senior, who transferred to the school two...
  • Kevin Anderson deserves some credit for getting Dez Wells eligible

    Kevin Anderson deserves some credit for getting Dez Wells eligible
    Kevin Anderson has taken his share of criticism since coming from Army to Maryland 27 months ago. The athletic director got off to a rocky start with Maryland fans – and many in the local media – for the clumsy way he handled the firing of...
  • Lehigh vows it's not satisfied with just one NCAA tournament upset

    Lehigh vows it's not satisfied with just one NCAA tournament upset
    C.J. McCollum was 5-foot-6 and overweight. Not exactly what Mike Krzyzewski, Roy Williams and Tom Izzo are looking for in a prospect. But that's the beauty of sports in general and college basketball in particular. An athlete who doesn't fit the...
  • New research study: Exercise can slow progression of Parkinson's

    New research study: Exercise can slow progression of Parkinson's
    Nearly 1.5 million Americans have Parkinson's disease. "I believe, and my research is proving, that we can use exercise therapy to promote improvements in the way the nervous system works and improve the lives of these individuals," says Angela Ridgel...