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  • Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse happy for extra day to prepare and recover for Ohio State

    Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse happy for extra day to prepare and recover for Ohio State
    Saturday’s 9-7 win against Rutgers was a significant development for Johns Hopkins, which scored its first victory as a member of the Big Ten and won for just the second time in the past six games. Playing on Saturday also gives the No. 19 Blue...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    DEB CODUTO was recently promoted to plant director for Georgia-Pacific's Dixie® Easton/Lehigh Valley plant in Forks Township. She joins the Dixie® team from Georgia-Pacific's Muskogee, Oklahoma, tissue mill where she worked as converting operations...
  • Salisbury names new assistant superintendent

    Salisbury names new assistant superintendent
    Salisbury School District has looked within its own ranks to pick a new assistant superintendent. Lynn A. Fuini-Hetten, who formerly served the district as its Supervisor of Instructional Practice, was appointed to the position during a special school...
  • Congressman's son a defendant in fraternity-death lawsuits

    The son of U.S. Rep. John Carney, D-Del., is one of five defendants in two lawsuits seeking at least $50 million stemming from the death of a Clemson University fraternity pledge. Each of the lawsuits filed Monday seeks at least $25 million in actual...
  • Say 'cheese': Judging requires a whole new vocabulary

    Next time I bite into a cheese I don't like, I'll be tempted to say it's "barn-y" or "cow-y," or if it's really vile "cat-y" (as in, smells like cat urine). Or possibly, "soapy" would be an apt description. If I can't put my finger on the off-flavor, I'...
  • Postscript from Michigan at Maryland men's lacrosse

    Postscript from Michigan at Maryland men's lacrosse
    Matt Dunn, one of two starting defensemen who missed Maryland’s 13-4 victory at Robert Morris on Tuesday, also sat out Sunday’s 13-4 defeat of Big Ten Conference opponent Michigan at Byrd Stadium. But coach John Tillman said the move was...
  • James Franklin says he's 'force-feeding' Penn State's linemen

    James Franklin says he's 'force-feeding' Penn State's linemen
    Penn State ran situational drills during Saturday's practice, including one recreating the end of last year's loss at Illinois. After practice, coach James Franklin entertained recruits and spoke with reporters. The coach can't discuss the recruits...
  • Family: How can I teach my son, 16, to drive?

    Q: I am trying to teach my 16-year-old son how to drive. I taught my daughter to drive a few years ago and it was very easy. My son is totally different. He won't listen to me and thinks that he knows everything. It is very frustrating. How can I make...
  • Paterno estate's contract breach lawsuit tossed again

    The family of the late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno can't sue the NCAA and the university for breach of contract for their actions in response to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal, a Pennsylvania judge on Monday ruled for a second time. Judge...
  • Salisbury suspends fraternity accused of hazing

    Salisbury suspends fraternity accused of hazing
    Salisbury University has suspended its Phi Beta Sigma fraternity chapter for hazing, after members were reported to have hit pledges with paddles and held forced workouts at an off-campus house, school officials said. The chapter of fewer than 10...
  • Speed will be key for City grad Adrian Coxson on Pro Day

    Speed will be key for City grad Adrian Coxson on Pro Day
    After rising at dawn for months for grueling training sessions in Bel Air conducted by retired Ravens wide receiver Qadry Ismail, former City blue-chip wide receiver Adrian Coxson knows he has a lot riding on this week. Following a relatively nomadic...