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  • Big 12 linemen to watch in 2015

    Big 12 linemen to watch in 2015
      The front line is one of the most crucial pieces to a team and the Big 12 is filled with its fair share of talented linemen. Here is a look at some of them to watch in 2015: WELCOME BACK … Spencer Drango, Baylor: Drango was a semifinalist...
  • Classical: Moravian College Choir to perform Karl Jenkins' unusual Requiem

    Classical: Moravian College Choir to perform Karl Jenkins' unusual Requiem
    You normally wouldn't equate Japanese haiku with a traditional Requiem Mass, but that's what Welsh composer Karl Jenkins does in his evocative Requiem. This most unusual work will have its Lehigh Valley premiere Saturday at Foy Concert Hall in Bethlehem,...
  • Parkland School Board recognizes four for their achievements

    Parkland School Board recognizes four for their achievements
    The Parkland School Board took time to recognize outstanding achievements of students and faculty Tuesday. Three students received certificates of achievement before the regular board meeting for outstanding work in athletics, the arts and academic...
  • Converted Terps wrestler Spencer Myers, several other local players working out for Redskins today, sources say

    Converted Terps wrestler Spencer Myers, several other local players working out for Redskins today, sources say
    Maryland All-American wrestler and defensive lineman Spencer Myers is working out for the Washington Redskins today at their local prospect day, according to sources. Other Maryland players slated to work out for the Redskins today include linebackers...
  • They should retire his number

    They should retire his number
    When my husband the sportswriter walked onto the Penn State campus as a freshman nearly 50 years ago, the first thing he did was go watch the football team practice. If someone had told him he would make his living watching athletes play sports, he...
  • 2010 Pittsburgh Marathon serves as background for fictional murder mystery

    There was a murder at the 2010 Pittsburgh Marathon. OK, not the actual Dick's Sporting Good Pittsburgh Marathon, which is May 3 this year, but the one in J.J. Hensley's fictional murder-mystery novel "Resolve," published in 2013. The book follows a...
  • College Roundup: Navy's Fennell, Sowell honored by Patriot League

    NAVY MEN'S LACROSSE: To accommodate the Naval Academy's final Formal Parade leading up to Commissioning Week, the Patriot League has agreed to change the order of the Patriot League Men's Lacrosse Tournament semifinal contests slated to be played on...
  • Miller and Seidenberger: Fund schools fairly so all students receive quality education

    Miller and Seidenberger: Fund schools fairly so all students receive quality education
    There's no doubt that public education has emerged as a top issue for voters, parents and taxpayers across our state. Headlines in virtually every paper help to explain why many school districts are struggling with rising costs amid declining revenues...
  • Ravens' local prospect day has distinct Terps feel

    Ravens' local prospect day has distinct Terps feel
    Maryland linebacker Matt Robinson felt like he was still playing for the Terps as he scanned the field Tuesday while auditioning for the Ravens during their local prospect day. A heavy contingent of Maryland players worked out for the Ravens at their...
  • Dr. Alfred Rosenbloom, esteemed optometrist, dies at 94

     Dr. Alfred Rosenbloom, esteemed optometrist, dies at 94
    Dr. Alfred A. Rosenbloom, an internationally respected optometrist and pioneer in low-vision rehabilitation, help found the Low Vision Clinic at The Chicago Lighthouse in 1954. There, he and his wife met legendary author and activist Helen Keller, who...
  • Resident earns dean's list

    Erin Sutherland, of Eldersburg, was named to the dean's list for the winter term at South Hills School of Business & Technology in State College, Pa. A graduate of Penn State University, she is enrolled in the diagnostic medical sonography professional...