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  • Did you know it's illegal to give a child a sip of beer?

    Q: At a recent family gathering, my brother asked my 7-year-old nephew to get him a beer from the refrigerator. When my nephew brought him the beer, my brother asked him if he would like to try it. What kind of message does this send, and how do we tell...
  • USC at Boston College: How they match up

    USC has won all four of its football games against Boston College, including a 35-7 decision at the Coliseum last season. Staff writer Gary Klein examines the story lines and matchups: Looking East USC has fared well in trips East in the last 10...
  • Is Disney dissing UCF fans? Knights not on Star Wars shirt list

    Is Disney dissing UCF fans? Knights not on Star Wars shirt list
    UPDATE: Brandon Helwig of @UCFSports tweeted that the UCF Bookstore is carrying a UCF Star Wars shirt (see photo below). But UCF was not listed on the Disney list of schools getting special shirts. So, I'm not sure what to think now, but this blog post...
  • Almost time for hockey at the PPL Center

    Almost time for hockey at the PPL Center
    The Philadelphia Flyers opened rookie camp today in Voorhees, N.J., which means future Lehigh Valley Phantoms are in the ice right now. Their new home opens tonight, too, with a concert by the Eagles. Here's what you need to know about the arena. …...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses
    LYNNELLE M. WELCH, a registered landscape architect, has joined Barry Isett & Associates in Allentown. Welch will work with both the municipal engineering department and the civil engineering department. She has experience in designing projects,...
  • Judge: Paterno suit targeting Penn State sanctions can move toward trial

    Judge: Paterno suit targeting Penn State sanctions can move toward trial
    A lawsuit challenging the NCAA's sanctions against Penn State by the estate of former head football coach Joe Paterno can move toward trial, a judge in Centre County Court ruled Thursday. Judge John B. Leete, however, dismissed more than a dozen Penn...
  • Return of scholarship vital for Lions, Matt Millen says

    Return of scholarship vital for Lions, Matt Millen says
    Former Penn State all-American Matt Millen received a text message from James Franklin last Sunday night saying the coach hoped for good news from the NCAA. That came in the form of the sanctions relief announced Monday. Millen, an ESPN college football...
  • UCF quarterback Justin Holman gains confidence as he earns the start against No. 20 Missouri

    UCF quarterback Justin Holman gains confidence as he earns the start against No. 20 Missouri
    UCF quarterback Justin Holman was frustrated. He struggled to read the secondary's coverages and threw a few picks. So he turned to his close friend and, in this case, opponent Brandon Alexander for help. It was, after all, a friendly Madden football...
  • Perfect timing for Rutgers' Big Ten debut

     Perfect timing for Rutgers' Big Ten debut
    It's the perfect narrative. The date is Nov. 9, 2006. The Empire State Building is aglow in red. The home team rallies from 18 down to stun third-ranked Louisville in the "Pandemonium in Piscataway" game. The ESPN telecast draws a jumbo 8.1 rating in...
  • Kansas State well aware of Auburn QB Nick Marshall's ability

    MANHATTAN, Kan. Jake Waters and Nick Marshall have never met, but their names are intertwined. Kansas State football coaches have known everything there is to know about both quarterbacks for more than two years. Rewind the clock and take a peek at the...
  • Postseason play given back as NCAA accepts new report on Penn State

    STATE COLLEGE, Pa. The Nittany Lions scored big Monday as the NCAA accepted recommendations from George Mitchell's latest report on Penn State's progress, restoring postseason play this year and scholarships next year. In his second annual report, issued...