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  • Local weightlifters compete at state

    Six area weightlifters competed at the FHSAA Class 1A Boys Weightlifting Finals on Saturday. Plantation American Heritage's Matt Marzan finished 15th in the 219-pound competition. Marzan bench pressed 245 pounds, then clean and jerked 220 pounds for a...
  • Herb Trimpe remembered: ‘Incredible Hulk’ artist saluted by Axel Alonso, Dan Slott and others

     
    Herb Trimpe, a veteran comic book artist who helped shape Marvel's Silver Age of comics, died Monday at 75. Trimpe […]...
  • Fort Drum officer among first women set for Ranger training

    When a first of its kind Ranger School course begins at Fort Benning this month, 10th Mountain Division Capt. Michelle L. Kelly will be among the women with a rare chance to make history by wearing the coveted Ranger tab. "Minds start changing when...
  • Northwestern schedules service for neurological surgery chair Parsa

     Northwestern schedules service for neurological surgery chair Parsa
    Northwestern University will hold a memorial service Friday for Dr. Andrew Parsa, the neurological surgery chairman at the Feinberg School of Medicine who died suddenly Monday, a university spokeswoman said Tuesday. The service for Parsa, 48, is...
  • Feinberg neurological surgery chairman Andrew Parsa dies at 48

     Feinberg neurological surgery chairman Andrew Parsa dies at 48
    Dr. Andrew Parsa, chairman of neurological surgery at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, died suddenly Monday morning, according to school officials and the Cook County medical examiner's office. Dr. Parsa, 48, was remembered Monday...
  • NY Gov. Cuomo vetoes 184 items in state budget

    New York's governor has used his line-item veto power to reject 184 provisions in the new state budget. Cuomo's office announced the vetoes on Monday, the deadline for him to act on the details of the $142 billion budget plan approved by lawmakers...
  • Gov. Cuomo announces $438,000 for Rochester poverty programs

    New York state is giving $438,000 in support of new Americorps anti-poverty programs in the Rochester area. Programs that receive money will help increase access to critical services for individuals in need, including child care, health care, job...
  • Similar hazing deaths show difficulty in stopping behavior

    Disturbingly similar cases of young men chugging lethal amounts of alcohol while pledging an unrecognized fraternity demonstrate, experts say, the difficulty in stopping behavior done in secret and beyond the realm of campus control. Three days before...
  • Archaeological dig returning to Colonial-era battleground

    An archaeology project will return this summer to a Colonial-era battlefield in upstate New York that has already yielded thousands of artifacts. SUNY Adirondack's archaeology field school will return to the Lake George Battlefield Park beginning July...
  • Women's Lacrosse: Carroll players leaving a mark at Gettysburg

    Gettysburg senior Mandy Buell is no stranger to playing lacrosse at a high level. While playing at Winters Mill, she helped the Falcons capture state championships in 2008, 2010 and 2011, so naturally she sought a college program that had a similar...
  • NY state overtime reported at record $661 million in 2014

    New York's comptroller reported Wednesday that state agencies spent a record $661 million on staff overtime in 2014, up almost $50 million from the previous year. The new report showed total extra hours worked by agency employees rose by 1 million to...