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  • With spring breakers, the garbage piles up

    With spring breakers, the garbage piles up
    Spring breakers flock to Fort Lauderdale beach through March. And with them comes garbage. Lots of it. As students soaked up the sun, surrounded by scattered beer cans, plastic cups, bags and cigarette butts, beachgoer Jasmine Heeke walked around them...
  • Lockport grad Richaun Holmes hits 1,000-point landmark for Bowling Green

    Lockport grad Richaun Holmes hits 1,000-point landmark for Bowling Green
    There isn't much — if any — flash or finesse in the game of Bowling Green forward Richaun Holmes. And that's perfectly fine with him. Through the first 26 games this season, the 6-foot-8, 245-pound senior has done the majority of his...
  • Frank Chapman

    Frank Chapman
    Age: 47 Family: Married to Ann Chapman; three children Education: Bachelor's degree, Ohio University, 1990; juris doctorate, Case Western Reserve University, 1992 Occupation: Businessman and retired lawyer Political career: Unsuccessful run for...
  • Mary Alice Steffancin: Her love of language meant a zest for life

    Mary Alice Steffancin: Her love of language meant a zest for life
    She kept two to three books atop her nightstand. Not the type to devour one at a time, Mary Alice Steffancin's Conway home was a nod to a lifelong passion for literature, words. She kept classic literature, cookbooks, floral books, and everything in...
  • Can high school athletes succeed after playing multiple sports?

    Can high school athletes succeed after playing multiple sports?
    When Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton signed the richest contract in North American sports history last week, it was irrefutable evidence validating the idea that teenagers who play multiple sports in high school can still fulfill their sports...
  • 5774 Year in review

    5774 Year in review
    September 2013: The United States and Russia reach a deal to rid Syria of its arsenal of chemical weapons, promoting Jewish groups to suspend their efforts lobbying for U.S. strikes against Damascus. Rabbi Philip Berg, founder of the Kabbalah Centre...
  • University in Alabama ends football program, angering just about everyone

    University in Alabama ends football program, angering just about everyone
    In the powerhouse world of Alabama college football, the Blazers have long been the scrappy underdog. This season, there was a turnaround for the University of Alabama at Birmingham: A new coach led the team to six wins, game attendance doubled to...
  • Illinois college athletic programs heavily funded by students

     Illinois college athletic programs heavily funded by students
    In 2008, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville began its transition from Division II to Division I athletics. Today, its men's basketball games are broadcast to millions and ticket sales are at historic highs. Donations more than tripled in 2013...
  • Getty Research Institute acquires Robert McElroy archives

    Getty Research Institute acquires Robert McElroy archives
    The Getty Research Institute said Thursday that it was acquiring the archives of the late photographer Robert McElroy who documented New York's vibrant performance-art scene in the 1960s. McElroy, who later became a staff photographer for Newsweek,...
  • Virginia Tech faithful descend upon Ohio State

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Chad Willis half expected to be cuffed and frog-marched out of Ohio Stadium on Friday morning. He was trespassing, after all, and perhaps most criminal, he was wearing a Virginia Tech golf shirt. But the security guard couldn't...
  • College-educated workers are taking jobs that don't require degrees

    College-educated workers are taking jobs that don't require degrees
    In a packed pub in midtown Manhattan, Ryan Flagherty is surrounded on three sides by people clamoring for his attention. He spins one way and pours a shot of vodka into a glass, then turns around and wedges a lime into a bottle of Corona, pushing it...