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  • 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...
  • Dr. Michael R. Mardiney, asthma and allergy specialist

    Dr. Michael R. Mardiney, asthma and allergy specialist
    Dr. Michael Ralph Mardiney Jr., an allergist and asthma specialist who founded immunology centers throughout Baltimore, died of heart disease March 28 at his Ruxton home. He was 80. He oversaw the growth of the Mardiney Asthma, Allergy and Immunology...
  • New boss wants to raise profile of Central Florida Zoo

    New boss wants to raise profile of Central Florida Zoo
    Philip Flynn liked what he saw as he stood by the otter exhibit at the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens. A group of children had run up to press their faces against the glass to watch in awe as the otters swam underwater. "This is where it...
  • Theater shooting victim's family asks that killer not be named

    Theater shooting victim's family asks that killer not be named
    Kathleen Larimer feels as though she's been punched in the gut whenever his picture pops up in the news. The mug shot with the brightly dyed orange hair, the wild-eyed expression — that one is the worst, she says. She would like to erase his...
  • Navy attack becomes even more prolific

    Navy attack becomes even more prolific
    As the two leading scorers returning for a Navy attack that is always prolific, Loren Generi and Katie Gallagher faced high expectations — and a new offensive coach. Navy coach Cindy Timchal added former Duke All-American Josh Dionne to her...
  • Tiffany Thornton & Sean Maley

    Tiffany Thornton & Sean Maley
    The parents of Tiffany K. Thornton are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter to Sean T. Maley Tiffany is a graduate of Crescenta Valley High School, the University of California, Berkeley, and SUNY Downstate.  She is an anesthesiologist...
  • Brian Miller Is House Magician At Dave & Buster's

    Brian Miller Is House Magician At Dave & Buster's
    Brian Miller has been working as a magician since he was 16 years old. Yet he says he doesn't really care much for watching magic shows. Miller, 26, said he prefers instead to be on stage, entertaining an audience. "I don't like watching magic shows,...
  • Snow forces one-day postponement of Greene Turtle Classic at Stevenson

    Snow forces one-day postponement of Greene Turtle Classic at Stevenson
    Snow has postponed Friday's slate of games for the Division-III Greene Turtle Classic at Stevenson’s Mustang Stadium, school officials announced Friday afternoon. Friday’s games have been moved to Saturday. Nazareth (3-2) and Dickinson (2-3)...
  • Seven vie for three seats on Hinsdale High School District 86 Board

    Seven vie for three seats on Hinsdale High School District 86 Board
    With three seats up for election April 7 on the Hinsdale High School District 86 Board, six candidates have divided themselves into two slates. "Experience matters" is the slogan of one slate. The other promotes itself as "the conservative slate."...
  • Regional Digest: Yale Baseball Team Pounds Hartford, 23-8

    Ljuljdjuraj Honored Albertus Magnus senior Victor Ljuljdjuraj has been selected to play in the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Reese's Division III All-Star Game. The game is March 21 at 12:30 p.m. before the NCAA Division III men's...