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  • 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....
  • UMES golf management program teaching students how to teach and grow the game

    UMES golf management program teaching students how to teach and grow the game
    Tiana Jones and Demarkis Cooper came to the game of golf at different stages of their lives. Jones was born to play the sport, the daughter of a golf instructor in Ohio whose wife, a licensed practical nurse, won their club's championship 21 straight...
  • Redemption leads Dwyer's Martin to Washington St.

    Tavares Martin had planned to go with West Virginia on National Signing Day, but the Mountaineers were not so sure about the standout receiver out of Dwyer. Dropped by WVU, he believes, because of an April 2014 arrest, Martin got another fresh start...
  • Career Spotlight: Eddie Castro, manager of music direction for Carnival Cruise Line

    Who: It's much easier it is to succeed at a job you love, says Eddie Castro, recently named manager of music direction for Carnival Cruise Line in Doral. The Deerfield Beach resident says music has always been his love long before it coincided with a...
  • Glen Burnie West: Grads have accomplished by 18 more than most have in a lifetime

    Glen Burnie West: Grads have accomplished by 18 more than most have in a lifetime
    North County High School's Class of 2015 accomplished milestones that are still goals for many folks twice their age. They published books, broke records, traveled the world, established patents and won prestigious awards and scholarships. Assistant...
  • 'My heart is broken,' aunt says after FSU student, 20, dies in Israel

    'My heart is broken,' aunt says after FSU student, 20, dies in Israel
    A soft-spoken woman from Pompano Beach, Briana McHam was eager to graduate from Florida State University in December and become one step closer to achieving her longtime dream of being an FBI agent. "She would have been a terrific agent," her aunt,...
  • More out-of-state students applying to Florida universities

    More out-of-state students applying to Florida universities
    High-school senior Jon Grundl toured the University of Central Florida, hearing complaints about the cold weather on a 50-degree January day. Back at his home in Wisconsin, it was minus 30 degrees. When class starts this fall, Grundl, 18, will become...