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  • Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown

    Chicago ties bind the mayor of Cooperstown
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Several years ago, Karen Katz walked into her son's parent-teacher day at his preschool in Lincolnshire expecting to have a conversation about 4-year-old Joey. But when Katz introduced herself as Joey's mom, she got a...
  • Syracuse, N.Y., and other U.S. cities are rethinking urban freeways

    Syracuse, N.Y., and other U.S. cities are rethinking urban freeways
    Half a century ago, engineers constructed a massive elevated highway through the center of this industrial city to quickly funnel traffic from downtown to the growing suburbs to the north. Now, Van Robinson wants to make it disappear. "We need to tear...
  • Friday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Big wins by ODU, U.Va. in field hockey, CNU in women's volleyball

    COLLEGES: Field hockey: No. 19 Old Dominion hiked its winning streak to three with a 3-1 triumph at William and Mary. Rosario Villagra had a goal and two assists for ODU, while the Tribe’s Maria Pastor scored her first goal of the year. ......
  • New Hallandale principal chosen from among 40 applicants

    There's a new face at the helm of Gulfstream Middle School in Hallandale Beach. Appointed in late July, Robert Pappas joins the Dolphins after a five-year stint as assistant principal at Sunrise Middle School. "It's a nice feeling to know that I...
  • Judoka Delpopolo fights cannabis infamy, eyes Rio Olympics

    Judoka Delpopolo fights cannabis infamy, eyes Rio Olympics
    For Nick Delpopolo, Florida is giving him a fresh start after a twist of irony ended his 2012 Olympic experience prematurely. Delpopolo, who, at 25, owns the No. 1 ranking in USA Judo and No. 14 ranking in the world in the 73 kilogram weight class,...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    DAVID KROPF has joined Berkshire, Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Realtors, Macungie, as a Sales Associate. Kropf has prior experience in the IT industry. JAY KSHATRI, MBA has joined the Board of Directors of Community Services for Children....
  • 'Mozart in the Jungle' plays it close to home in the classical world

    'Mozart in the Jungle' plays it close to home in the classical world
    Can you hear the hair? On billboards and bus ads across Los Angeles, the curly locks of Gustavo Dudamel often seem to be in motion as the conductor strikes a pose of musical ecstasy. In "Mozart in the Jungle," Amazon's new comedy series set in the...
  • 'Believe in Santa' — Mount Dora chalkware artist does

    MOUNT DORA — Carolyn Deschenes is a firm believer in Santa. When friends and family step into her home, they are greeted by hundreds of Santas from 11/2 inches to 3 feet tall. She created about 80 percent of the figurines that brings the season...
  • Wrongfully convicted inmates fight for compensation

     Wrongfully convicted inmates fight for compensation
    After Ricardo Aguilera took a bullet to the back of his head in a drive-by shooting, he recovered enough to tell police he had seen the gunman: a light-skinned Latino with a goatee, riding in a Dodge Ram pickup with a guy from the Ford Maravilla gang....
  • New York Community College VP Chosen To Lead Housatonic

    A New York state community college vice president has been selected as the new president for Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport. Paul Broadie II, currently vice president for student services at the state University of New York Orange County...
  • 'Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse' and other strange but real college courses

    'Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse' and other strange but real college courses
    If you went to college or are in college as you read this, chances are you've taken at least one course considered a "easy A." From taking walking to fulfill a physical education requirement to music appreciation to fill an art requirement, most...