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  • Penn State still three years from roster stability, James Franklin says

    Penn State still three years from roster stability, James Franklin says
    Though the NCAA restored Penn State's full compliment of football scholarships, the team is still three years from being at full strength, James Franklin said this week. Returning to Philadelphia on the Coaches Caravan, Franklin said that Penn State's...
  • New nominees gird for Pennsylvania high-court campaign

    Party endorsements and money made the difference in who was nominated for state Supreme Court in Pennsylvania's primary election. In the statewide election Tuesday, Republicans and Democrats nominated all the party-backed candidates for an...
  • Can Sage Karam win the Indy 500?

    Can Sage Karam win the Indy 500?
    Nazareth High graduate Sage Karam will compete in his second Indianapolis 500 this weekend, and a veteran ESPN racing analyst considers him a contender. Dr. Jerry Punch called Karam "a young Michael Andretti" who could be an upset winner. Punch also...
  • Scomillio, Murray top ballots for Norco judge

    Scomillio, Murray top ballots for Norco judge
    In a race to see who will be Northampton County's newest judge, Republicans went for Victor Scomillio, while Samuel P. Murray narrowly topped rival Democrat Abe Kassis for their party's nomination, according to unofficial primary results Tuesday night....
  • The benefits of composting

    I have always had an affinity for the outdoors and nature, and with this comes an awareness of the need for sustaining the environment. This planet and its natural wonders have given me so much, and I have a hard time fathoming how people would want to...
  • Judge Judy Olson, Kevin Dougherty lead PA Supreme Court primaries

    Judge Judy Olson, Kevin Dougherty lead PA Supreme Court primaries
    Philadelphia Judge Kevin Dougherty and Superior Court judges David Wecht and Christine Donohue won Democratic nominations to run for state Supreme Court in November. Superior Court Judge Judy Olson from Pittsburgh, Adams County Judge Michael George...
  • NCAA urges caution on idea of paying college athletes

    WASHINGTON NCAA vice president Kevin Lennon on Tuesday told the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics that schools should resist pressure to change the rules on what it means to be an amateur college athlete. "We know degree completion will best...
  • Football recruiting: Glenbard West's Sam Brodner hopes two-way play draws more offers

    Football recruiting: Glenbard West's Sam Brodner hopes two-way play draws more offers
    Glenbard West junior running back Sam Brodner laughed at the word coach Chad Hetlet affectionately used to describe his athletic prowess. "Freak." Hetlet mentioned the word numerous times to highlight Brodner's unique athleticism. "I love it,...
  • Five Terps lead All-America women's lacrosse selections

    Five Terps lead All-America women's lacrosse selections
    Five Maryland players, including first-team selections midfielder Taylor Cummings, defender Megan Douty and attacker Brooke Griffin, were named All-Americans Monday by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association. Loyola had three selections...
  • Growing African immigrant population is highly educated, underemployed

    NEW YORK Back home in Guinea, West Africa, Nasser Diallo had a law degree and a good job working as a political journalist for a radio station. That all came to an end in 2009, he said, when the military abruptly opened fire at a protest he was covering,...
  • Scene: Equi-librium benefits from Kentucky Derby spirit

    More than 150 people crowded into Equi-librium's indoor arena in Nazareth for its inaugural Kentucky Derby Party May 2. They enjoyed mint juleps, a Kentucky Derby Hat Contest, a Parade of Breeds and watched the live Kentucky Derby Race. The event was a...