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  • Tuesday's local and college roundup: Steamers rally past Pilots 7-5 in clash of Coastal Plain League's top teams

    Baseball: Coastal Plain League: Flagler's Nick Kranick hit a three-run double with two outs in the eighth as Edenton (19-4), which has the CPL’s best record, won 7-5 Tuesday at War Memorial Stadium over the Peninsula Pilots (15-7), who have...
  • Wind Gap's Minney expects to get selected in NHL draft

    Like most college-bound high school graduates, Ed Minney of Wind Gap knows exactly where he'll be come late August when it's time to check in. He'll be in Sparta, Mich., preparing to take classes toward a degree in mechanical engineer at Michigan State...
  • Orlando Boone punter Tommy Townsend commits to Tennessee

    Orlando Boone punter Tommy Townsend commits to Tennessee
    Tommy Townsend won't have to change much of his wardrobe. The Orlando Boone punter committed to Tennessee on Monday during a phone call with head coach Butch Jones, and the Vols have the same orange and white color scheme as do the Boone Braves. "It's...
  • Chasing a dream: the life of James Franklin

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. This is a story about a basement. Right now the basement is an unfinished room and thought but someday soon, hopefully by July, the basement will be a comfortable reality, big TV in one corner and a pool table in another. The...
  • Kathleen Kane: 'Crucial missteps and inexplicable delays' in 3-year investigation of Jerry Sandusky

    Kathleen Kane: 'Crucial missteps and inexplicable delays' in 3-year investigation of Jerry Sandusky
    HARRISBURG — Jerry Sandusky was an icon. He built the defense that helped Penn State football win two national championships and then retired to run The Second Mile charity for underprivileged boys. This was not the type of person Tom Corbett's...
  • Penn State announces graduates

    Penn State announces graduates
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, held graduation ceremonies in May. Area graudates include: Ashanti J. Acosta, Easton; Crystal R. Ahart, Nazareth; Humza S. Ahmed, Easton; Evan J. Anderson, Northampton; Vaishnavi Arshanapally,...
  • Peggy Baker: SAT score remains key factor in college admissions

    Recently, the value of the SAT, administered by the College Board, has been called into question by some commentators. Some studies have been equivocal about the correlation between SAT scores and success in college. Some have asked whether colleges...
  • ESYC Elite basketball team is on a hot streak

    It's not how you start, but how you finish. It's one of the oldest adages in sports and it applies to the ESYC Elite 12 & under, 6th-grade boys basketball team. ESYC didn't win its first two tournaments during this AAU season, but has been unstoppable...
  • Islet transplant helps control diabetes after pancreas removal

    PITTSBURGH Extreme, persistent pain can lead a person to make dramatic decisions, including getting rid of the painful body part. That's what Vincent Nasser, 28, of Squirrel Hill decided to do last summer. Entering his senior year at Penn State...
  • Pennsylvania AG cites 'crucial missteps' and delays in Sandusky investigation

    HARRISBURG, Pa. Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane said Monday that the state's three-year investigation into pedophile Jerry Sandusky took too long because of "crucial missteps" and "inexplicable delays" by her predecessors. "The facts...
  • Report: Politics played no role in delay investigating Jerry Sandusky

    Report: Politics played no role in delay investigating Jerry Sandusky
    Police and prosecutors moved too slowly to investigate charges that former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky had molested young boys, but there is no evidence that the delays were politically motivated, according to a state report...