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  • Landowners sue over fracking delay

    Landowners sue over fracking delay
    Amy Pollard is one of thousands of landowners in southern Illinois who leased land to oil drillers two years ago for horizontal hydraulic fracturing. By now, she thought the money and the oil would be flowing. But on Tuesday, Marc Miller, head of the...
  • Latest Cross Country Results (Oct. 11)

    Boys team scores Cardinal Newman 65, John Carroll 65, Pine School 67, St. Edward's 116, Master's Academy 126, Oxbridge Academy 145, Community Christian Academy 177, King's Academy 179, Jupiter Christian 199 Individual results 1. Hyland (PS) 18:47; 2....
  • 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,...
  • OCP, CFCA clinch playoff berths in Sunshine

    OCP, CFCA clinch playoff berths in Sunshine
    Orlando Christian Prep (6-0) and Central Florida Christian (6-1) rolled to football wins last week to become the first teams to clinch playoff berths within the Sunshine State Athletic Conference. OCP wrapped up the Beach Division title with a 68-14...
  • Palm Beach High School Football Predictions (Week 8)

    Football Predictions (Games at 7 p.m. unless noted) Home teams in bold THURSDAY Wellington 21, Seminole Ridge 16 FRIDAY Palm Beach Gardens 33, Jupiter 8 Boca Raton 24, Santaluces 21 Palm Beach Central 35, John I. Leonard 14 Park Vista 40,...
  • Joel G. Hill, educator

    Joel G. Hill, educator
    Joel G. Hill, who had taught at what is now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and was active in Episcopal affairs, died Sept. 18 at her Westminster, Vt., home of cancer. The former Hagerstown resident was 78. The daughter of Van...
  • AG's office: Same-sex marriage licenses to be issued despite personal beliefs

    Circuit court clerks must issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples despite their personal religious beliefs, according to the Virginia attorney general's office. A week after same-sex couples were allowed to marry across the state, one of many...
  • Hampton Roads Catholics monitoring Vatican synod on family issues

    Hampton Roads Catholics monitoring Vatican synod on family issues
    Local Catholic clergy and lay people are watching to see what comes out of a gathering of bishops at the Vatican on family issues that continues through the end of the week. About 200 bishops from around the world have been gathering at an assembly...
  • Protesters regroup at Hobby Lobby

    Protesters regroup at Hobby Lobby
    A protest sprung up at Hobby Lobby in Burbank Saturday, roughly three months after an initial series of demonstrations that followed the opening of the craft chain on Victory Boulevard. The protest, hosted by the Reproductive Justice Coalition of Los...
  • Latest Boys Golf Reults (Oct. 14)

    District 19-1A (At Winston Trails GC, Par 72) Team scores Benjamin 288, Pines 291, St. .Edward's 317, Jupiter Christian 332, John Carroll 341, Morningside Academy 433, Community Christian 525 Individual results 1. Ledger (B) 68 2. Barber (PS) 69; 3....
  • Down To Earth Garden Club talks about native plants and club's goals

    Garden designs come in all shapes and sizes, but all too often native plants get overlooked in the process. Many diverse plants grow happily in our forests, but did you know that they can seamlessly become part of your landscape, blending beautifully into...