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  • NCAA restores wins to Penn State, Joe Paterno

    Joe Paterno once again is the winningest coach in major college football history. The NCAA board of governors and the Penn State board approved Friday a settlement with Penn State that restores mores than 100 football victories for the Nittany Lions,...
  • Paterno family statement on NCAA's proposed settlement over Penn State sanctions

    Paterno family statement on NCAA's proposed settlement over Penn State sanctions
    Today is a great victory for everyone who has fought for the truth in the Sandusky tragedy. The repeal of the consent decree and the return of the wins to the University and Joe Paterno confirm that the NCAA and the Board of Trustees acted prematurely and...
  • Family: Should my daughter take honors classes?

    Q: My daughter is very good in school and has been recommended for honors classes. I know that in the future, it will look very good for her, but she is afraid of the increase in homework. I understand her fears and I don't want her staying up all night...
  • Big Ten hoping Ohio St. leads a league football resurgence

    Big Ten hoping Ohio St. leads a league football resurgence
    The Big Ten is starting the new year with a new sense of pride. The first week of January typically is when the conference absorbs insults and jeers following a run of disappointing bowl performances. Not this year. Not after Ohio State took down...
  • Norco solicitor first candidate to announce for open judge seat

    Northampton County's solicitor is the first publicly declared candidate this year for an open judgeship on the Easton courthouse's nine-member bench. Victor E. Scomillio, a Republican who lives in Palmer Township, will be seeking a 10-year term under...
  • On The Fly: Panthers' Rivera, Family OK After Fire

    Things have been going well on the field for the Carolina Panthers, who play the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday in an NFC division playoff game. But off the field, not so much. Quarterback Cam Newton got hurt in a car accident on Dec. 9, injuring his back...
  • U. of I. tuition may be frozen for in-state students

    U. of I. tuition may be frozen for in-state students
    The University of Illinois has proposed a tuition freeze for in-state undergraduates next fall, part of an effort to woo high-achieving Illinois students who are increasingly leaving the state for less expensive options. The freeze, if approved by...
  • NCAA takes offense to privilege accusations from Corman camp

    The NCAA is irked that a gesture of goodwill is being painted as proof of wrongdoing. The college sports organization is being sued by state Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, R-Centre, and Treasurer Rob McCord to force compliance with the Endowment...
  • Senior at Whitehall High School named WCW's November Girl of the Month

    The Women's Club of Whitehall has selected Anna Qiu, senior at Whitehall High School, as the December Girl of the Month. Qiu earned the recognition through her many achievements during her high school years, including making the high honor roll and...
  • Barkley, nine others in field for Maxwell Club's player of the year award

    Penn State recruit Saquon Barkley of Whitehall is one of 10 local football players in the running for The Maxwell Football Club's Pennsylvania High School Player of the Year award to be named Thursday night at the Drexelbrook Catering Ballroom in Drexel...
  • In interview, Bob Shoop calls Penn State his 'dream job'

    In interview, Bob Shoop calls Penn State his 'dream job'
    Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop said Thursday that he was flattered by interest from other programs but has his "dream job" in State College. Shoop told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that there "really wasn't much of a decision" in...