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  • Things to know for Friday in Pennsylvania

    A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Friday. ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT SAYS COMCAST MUST IDENTIFY CUSTOMER WHO POSTED SANDUSKY SLUR That state's high court says people who make...
  • Teen of the Week: St. Mary's twin teens are two of a kind – and very kind

    Teen of the Week: St. Mary's twin teens are two of a kind – and very kind
    They're both tall, lean Annapolis 17-year olds, with sandy blond hair and big grins. They look identical, but they're not. Ben and Will Rankin, rising seniors at St. Mary's High School, say they are fraternal twins. Ben is 1/4 -inch taller and is six...
  • RCN, Service Electric crews will again be busy at PSU

    RCN, Service Electric crews will again be busy at PSU
    The Parkland and Bethlehem Catholic softball teams aren't the only local teams busy Friday at Penn State. As has been the case for several years, the Lehigh Valley's two primary cable companies — RCN and Service Electric — will be handling...
  • McCoughtry's late flurry leads Dream past Mystics, 64-61

    McCoughtry's late flurry leads Dream past Mystics, 64-61
    Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) scored five of her 21 points in the final 27.9 seconds to help the Atlanta Dream beat the host Washington Mystics, 64-61, on Friday night. Tiffany Hayes added 12 points for the Dream (2-2), which trailed 49-38 at the end...
  • Penn State's starting men's lacrosse goalie killed in car accident

    Penn State's starting men's lacrosse goalie killed in car accident
    The starting goalie for Penn State's men's lacrosse team, Connor Darcey, died in a car accident in Boston's North End early Friday, according to multiple reports. Darcey, 21, was a Wellesley (Mass.) High School graduate who just finished his redshirt...
  • Hastert keeps place in Wrestling Hall of Fame - for now

    Hastert keeps place in Wrestling Hall of Fame - for now
    So what do George Washington, Teddy Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Kirk Douglas and Denny Hastert have in common? All of them are members of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. Of course, the last name on that list may not be there for long. Right...
  • Uniontown native crafts bats for baseball pros

    It all started with stickball. Jack Marucci and his siblings played stickball with broom handles in the parking lot of their parents' North Gallatin Avenue restaurant in Uniontown, Shady Side Inn, and he'd walk with his younger brother Jerry to Nickman's...
  • Funeral set for Penn State lacrosse player

    A Penn State lacrosse player killed in a car crash in Boston's North End will be laid to rest. Connor Darcey, 21, was among two killed and one seriously injured Friday afternoon when a convertible rolled over on Commercial Street. A wake is being held...
  • 30 years later, Northwestern Lehigh's softball state champs haven't lost their chemistry

    30 years later, Northwestern Lehigh's softball state champs haven't lost their chemistry
    This is what the Parkland and Bethlehem Catholic softball teams can look forward to in 30 years. They can get together at the home of one of the players, have a picnic, get out old yearbooks, photo albums, maybe dust off a few gold medals or a team...
  • Once again, Wall Street's best athlete is a Penn State grad

    Once again, Wall Street's best athlete is a Penn State grad
    Mark Rubin may have given up football for finance, but he hasn't given up fitness. The former Penn State player proved that once again last weekend. Rubin, who played receiver and safety for the Nittany Lions, won the Wall Street Decathlon for the...
  • Budget cuts prompt layoffs at Johns Hopkins University

    Budget cuts prompt layoffs at Johns Hopkins University
    Citing lower income from federal grants, Johns Hopkins University quietly laid off 41 administrative staff late last week, according to an item on The Hub, a Hopkins news website. Another 13 staff members were told that their jobs would be reorganized,...