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  • St. Frances grad Jared Hamilton picks Jacksonville State

    St. Frances grad Jared Hamilton picks Jacksonville State
    He didn’t lead his team in scoring, win a championship or make a lot of headlines during his senior year at St. Frances. But for Jared Hamilton, one year in Baltimore was essential in his development into a Division I college basketball player....
  • Agreement makes it easier for Lehigh Carbon Community College students to transfer to Penn State

    Agreement makes it easier for Lehigh Carbon Community College students to transfer to Penn State
    Penn State University and Lehigh Carbon Community College officials signed an articulation agreement Monday that will allow LCCC students to transfer into 12 baccalaureate degree programs at 14 Penn State campuses. The campuses include Penn State...
  • Parents, teach kids how to cope before they fly the coop

    Parents, teach kids how to cope before they fly the coop
    For six months when I was in college, I just couldn't sleep. I dreaded going to bed; I knew I would wake up minutes later drenched in sweat, running tomorrow's to-do list through my head. My bed became the enemy. I was overworked, overtired,...
  • PA Senate rejects Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner

    PA Senate rejects Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner
    On a near party-line vote, the Republican-controlled Senate has rejected Gov. Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner. The 26-22 vote came Monday afternoon, several hours after the Democratic governor sought to recall his nomination of Marcus...
  • Review & preview: Maryland men's lacrosse

    Review & preview: Maryland men's lacrosse
    Here is the seventh and final installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their...
  • 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...
  • Terps to play Princeton at Royal Farms Arena in first game in Baltimore since 1999

    Terps to play Princeton at Royal Farms Arena in first game in Baltimore since 1999
    The man who pitted Ralph Sampson and Patrick Ewing against each other for the first time as college stars and helped briefly revive the Maryland-Georgetown rivalry is bringing the Terps back to Baltimore. Longtime promoter Russ Potts, who graduated from...
  • Football recruiting: Recruitment a hefty task for Joliet Catholic lineman Ken Aguirre

    Football recruiting: Recruitment a hefty task for Joliet Catholic lineman Ken Aguirre
    Joliet Catholic junior Ken Aguirre chuckled when recalling his initial thoughts on his recruitment. The 6-foot-2, 290-pound defensive tackle viewed the recruiting process in simple terms, similar to overpowering an offensive lineman to record a tackle...
  • Penn State ignored complaints about fraternity, whistleblower says

    Penn State ignored complaints about fraternity, whistleblower says
    PHILADELPHIA — A former student who blew the whistle on a Penn State fraternity's secret Facebook page featuring photos of naked women said the university ignored his complaints about sexual assault, hazing and drug use. James Vivenzio of Great...
  • Hinsdale Central keeper Wes Bergevin follows soccer path to Penn State

     Hinsdale Central keeper Wes Bergevin follows soccer path to Penn State
    Once Hinsdale Central senior Wes Bergevin's family moved from Pittsburgh to California when he was in grade school, his athletic path took a turn. Instead of following in the path of his father as a hockey player, Wes Bergevin tested swimming,...