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  • Bethlehem school board approves budgets for NCC, Vo-Tech, CIU-20

    Bethlehem Area School Board on Monday approved the 2014-15 budgets for Northampton County Community College, Bethlehem Area Vocational-Technical School and Colonial Intermediate Unit 20. The budgets passed unanimously, except for the community college...
  • Minnesota guard awaits chance to prove ex-coach wrong

    On Monday afternoon, Southern Miss men's basketball coach Donnie Tyndall met with his players to warn them of the deadliness of the player he let go. If his Golden Eagles advance to the NIT semifinals in New York, they'll have to go through the...
  • Four Valley companies get Ben Franklin funds

    Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania has approved $940,000 in loans and grants for more than a dozen companies and manufacturers, the organization announced Monday. Four recipients awarded loans are based in the Lehigh Valley....
  • John M. Crisp: The desirable nation we think we can't afford

    At a time when many students still see college as their best hope for a rewarding career, higher education has become more expensive, far outpacing the steady increase in the cost of living. As a consequence, average student debt at graduation is...
  • University of Baltimore to offer free final semester

    University of Baltimore to offer free final semester
    The University of Baltimore will offer free tuition to college students in their final semester if they can finish their degrees in four years, the school announced Tuesday. The unusual break could boost the college's flagging graduation rates and...
  • In some states, new benefits for 529 savers

    Parents and grandparents often turn to state 529 savings plans to sock away money for a child's future college costs. But many states recently have made changes to their programs, and with the tax filing deadline fast approaching, savers who don't pay...
  • Undocumented students could get tuition break

    Like most high school seniors, Sergio Morales is making plans for college. Morales dreams of becoming a computer engineer and says he would like to finish his degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but for now he's applied to several...
  • Gubernatorial candidates make their cases to Young Democrats

    Gubernatorial candidates make their cases to Young Democrats
    Maryland's Democratic candidates for governor made their cases to the party's youths Saturday, but for some, like Baltimore high school student Eric Brown, the race is still a tossup. Brown criticized all three candidates. Of Attorney General Douglas...
  • A glitch in Obamacare marketplace no one noticed

    Nearly six months after the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov, with the website running smoothly and more than five million people signed up as open enrollment heads to a close, a new glitch has come to light: Incorrect poverty-level guidelines are...
  • Prepaid sales drop due to high prices

    The number of people investing in the Florida Prepaid College Program plummeted 30 percent during the open-enrollment period that ended late last month. About 11,300 families signed up to participate in the program in 2013-14 -- down from almost 16,...
  • Women need 'fair shot' to get ahead, Obama says in Valencia speech

    Women need 'fair shot' to get ahead, Obama says in Valencia speech
    In a visit that had all the trappings of a campaign stop, President Barack Obama came to Valencia College on Thursday to tell women he wants them to have "a fair shot" in an uncertain economy. "I have a personal stake in seeing women get ahead," said...