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  • Central Catholic grad Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman ready for increased workload at Michigan

    Central Catholic grad Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman ready for increased workload at Michigan
    For a six-week period that stretched into mid-January, Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman had spent less time competing in basketball games than he could ever recall. It took the Michigan freshman 10 games to log 25 minutes, which was less playing time than...
  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents

    Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents
    East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania will recognize the winners for the 2015 MLK awards, the Julianna V. Bolt Art Contest and the Boddie Scholarship during their 18th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Breakfast. The Boddie Scholarship...
  • Pioneer College Coach Has Gone Back To High School

    Pioneer College Coach Has Gone Back To High School
    STORRS — Mary Roickle's introduction to sports came at age 3. She couldn't play catch with her brothers, so she would hide next to the house and jump into the game. "As the ball would come, I would try to run out and catch it," she said. "The...
  • Johns Hopkins lacrosse player found dead in dorm

    Johns Hopkins lacrosse player found dead in dorm
    Just getting accepted to Johns Hopkins University was an accomplishment for Jeremy Huber. Getting recruited to play lacrosse for a program that has won nine national championships was another thing entirely. “He was literally living out his...
  • Domestic violence affects all — but the poor have fewer resources to escape it

    Domestic violence affects all — but the poor have fewer resources to escape it
    Thanks to Marylou Yam for her commentary suggesting "The NFL could become a leader in domestic violence prevention" (Jan. 14). Her warning that the Mueller Report absolving NFL officials for not seeing the video of Ray Rice assaulting Janay Rice should...
  • Richaud Pack wants to contribute to Terps' success, regardless of role

    Richaud Pack wants to contribute to Terps' success, regardless of role
    When he joined the Maryland men's basketball team last summer after transferring from North Carolina A&T, senior guard Richaud Pack wasn't sure what role he would play for the Terps, except one: a good teammate. Pack understood what transpired before he...
  • Ice researchers capture catastrophic Greenland melt

    Ice researchers capture catastrophic Greenland melt
    Over a few summer days in 2012, nearly all of the Greenland ice sheet surface thawed right under the feet of a UCLA-led team of scientists. What was not absorbed into snow quickly gathered and flowed across the 20,000-square-mile sheet, coalescing...
  • Natural dyeing's future may get brighter with science

    Natural dyeing's future may get brighter with science
    A giant steel pot filled with indigo dye is the center of activity at Jane Palmer's industrial work space, Noon Design Studio and Natural Dye House. "Today it is indigo, but on any given day, we dye using all natural elements in a variety of interesting...
  • Nearly half of Central Florida households on financial edge

    Nearly half of Central Florida households on financial edge
    Nearly half of all households in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties struggle to cover the basics of food, shelter, medical care and transportation — putting them one missed paycheck or one unexpected bill away from financial free fall, new...
  • Jayson Werth to undergo shoulder surgery today

    Jayson Werth to undergo shoulder surgery today
    Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth will undergo surgery on the acromioclavicular joint in his right shoulder on Friday and will require two to three months of rehabilitation, which could put the veteran's availability for opening day in...
  • Dead period ends with lively beginning entry into recruiting

    Dead period ends with lively beginning entry into recruiting
    High school coaches throughout South Florida know college coaches are coming. Some don't know when they're coming. Or what schools are actually coming. They do know, however, it was only a matter of time. Several schools in Broward and Palm Beach County...