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  • Get your tailgates ready — only 100 days left before college football is back

    Believe it or not, college football season is right around the corner. OK, so there's 100 days left before a Thursday night slate of 16 games involving Football Bowl Subdivision teams kicks off Sept. 3. Michigan at Utah. North Carolina at South...
  • FAU deserves its money back

    FAU deserves its money back
    To borrow from Winston Churchill, this week could mark the end of the beginning for Florida Atlantic University under President John Kelly. The beginning, after Kelly began work in March 2014, was ugly, though Kelly was not to blame. Under the...
  • ACC tax return shows doubling of revenue in last four years but future challenges

    ACC tax return shows doubling of revenue in last four years but future challenges
    Were the ACC a publicly traded company, its stock would have soared Friday. The conference released its 2013-14 federal tax return – more on the bizarre timing of non-profit filings later – and the fiscal-year numbers far exceeded projections....
  • Uniontown native crafts bats for baseball pros

    It all started with stickball. Jack Marucci and his siblings played stickball with broom handles in the parking lot of their parents' North Gallatin Avenue restaurant in Uniontown, Shady Side Inn, and he'd walk with his younger brother Jerry to Nickman's...
  • FSU among schools where athletes reportedly treated more leniently

    FSU among schools where athletes reportedly treated more leniently
    FSU athletes appear to be treated more leniently by local law enforcement than the average college-aged student in Tallahassee, according to a report from ESPN. ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” requested public records from 2009-14 to...
  • On issues, Jeb Bush often adamant, rarely a waffler

    On issues, Jeb Bush often adamant, rarely a waffler
    He wants to raise the retirement age for Social Security, limit immigration reforms, toughen the Cuban embargo and replace Obamacare. When former Gov. Jeb Bush launches his long-awaited presidential campaign in Miami on Monday, look for him to stick...
  • Algren winner on her memorable tale about forgetting

    Algren winner on her memorable tale about forgetting
    Brenda Peynado had a promising career with IBM, but writing was always something she did. When her mom was diagnosed with cancer, she took a leave of absence from her job to move home and help out. That's when she decided to seriously consider...
  • Algren winner found the algorithm for a writing life

    Algren winner found the algorithm for a writing life
    It wasn't supposed to be a particularly special night for Brenda Peynado, but it turned into one. "I was actually on my way to a movie, and I got an email from (Chicago Tribune literary editor-at-large) Elizabeth Taylor saying, 'Hey, about the Nelson...
  • Palm Beach's best and brightest: 2015 scholar-athletes by school

    Palm Beach's best and brightest: 2015 scholar-athletes by school
    More than 25 student-athletes throughout Palm Beach County were nominated by their school's athletic director in consideration for the Palm Beach County Scholar Athlete of the Year. Here is a list of the nominees: American Heritage-Delray MICHAEL HALL:...
  • Broward's best and brightest: 2015 scholar-athletes by school

    Broward's best and brightest: 2015 scholar-athletes by school
    There are 28 student-athletes throughout Broward County that were nominated by their school's athletic director in consideration for the Broward County Scholar Athlete of the Year. Here is a list of the nominees: Archbishop McCarthy NICHOLAS PAUL...
  • Rules help keep athletes in school after allegations of misconduct

    Rules help keep athletes in school after allegations of misconduct
    Rasheed Sulaimon is going to play basketball for the University of Maryland. He is a very good basketball player and will likely help the Terps in their quest for a national championship, but he comes with a troubling cloud hanging over his head. Mr....