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  • This week's scores, next week's schedule

    THURSDAY'S SCORES Salem 34, First Colonial 7 Ocean Lakes 56, Kempsville 0, Booker T. Washington 39, Maury 35 Hampton 41, Warwick 0 Cox 50, Tallwood 20 Princess Anne 34, Landstown 26 Bayside 21, Kellam 20 Greenbrier Christian 48, Hampton Roads Academy...
  • District 11 football stat leaders entering the second half of the regular season

    District 11 football stat leaders entering the second half of the regular season
    Duke Helm, the District 11 statistician, has proved another batch of stats and other information. Hard to believe, but the second half of the regular season begins tonight and some great performances have taken place so far this year with more to come....
  • Five candidates running for West Park commission, including longtime incumbent

    Five candidates running for West Park commission, including longtime incumbent
    Two commission seats are being contested in West Park and among the candidates is an incumbent who is one of the city's founders, a woman who lost by slim margins in two recent commission races, and a longtime pastor. With the exception of incumbent...
  • UHart Hosting One-Day Underground Film Festival

    UHart Hosting One-Day Underground Film Festival
    The fourth annual New England Underground Film Festival will take place on Oct. 11 at the University of Hartford, presenting eight short films and two feature-length movies. The shorts are a mixed bag of dramas, documentaries, music stories and comedies,...
  • Allentown Fair mourns death of long-time champion

    Allentown Fair mourns death of long-time champion
    William J. Albert, a long-time champion of the Allentown Fair and its agricultural roots, has died. Albert, who served as president of the Lehigh County Agricultural Society, the nonprofit owner and operator of the Allentown Fairgrounds and the fair,...
  • Varsity scores: Sept. 22

    Varsity scores: Sept. 22
    Volleyball   Master's Academy 3, Deltona 0 Buzz: Ally Kissenberth had 10 kills, and Kaitlyn Hippchen notched 11 digs for Master's (5-3) in a 25-11, 25-14, 25-18 victory.   University 3, Jones 0 Buzz: Marlena Solomon had 12 kills for...
  • New heights for High Holidays

    New heights for High Holidays
    Like many rabbis, David Greenspoon spends a lot of time performing services away from houses of worship – officiating weddings, presiding over bar and bat mitzvahs, visiting the sick. And he recently started noticing something odd: More and more...
  • District 11 football notes and stat leaders entering Week 5

    District 11 football notes and stat leaders entering Week 5
    The latest from District 11 statistician Duke Helm as we get set for Week 5 of the high school football season: RUSHING Andrew Davidson and Kyle Boney of Emmaus both rushed for over 100 yards in their win over Nazareth.  Davidson rushed for 124...
  • No religious bias at public meetings: My Word

    I want my intent to be clear. Some have said I do not want religion in the Clermont City Council meetings. Not true. The truth is either the council meetings must expand to include all religions, or they must exclude all religion. One of the main...
  • Last week's results/This week's games

    THURSDAY Lafayette 34, Tabb 3 Denbigh 26, Warwick 7 FRIDAY Hampton Roads Academy @ Norfolk Academy         4:30 PM Tallwood @ Kempsville         7:00 PM Princess Anne @ First Colonial         7:00 PM Green Run @ Kellam         7:00 PM...
  • Evangelicals: Congress must do better on immigration reform

    As evangelical leaders serving communities in Central Florida, we strongly urge our members of Congress to look with compassion at the plight of migrant women and children fleeing violence. Before going on recess, the U.S. House of Representatives passed...