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  • Bangor grad Naylor suffers spine injury in Bucknell's win over Lafayette

    Bucknell junior defensive lineman Robert Naylor, a Bangor High School graduate, landed on his neck and suffered a spinal injury during the fourth quarter of Saturday afternoon's game against Lafayette at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium. Naylor was...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1974, Southern Lehigh football winning streak reaches 20

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. November 3 1989—Junior Jim Hope runs for a school-record 331 yards in Tamaqua's 28-21 win over Shenandoah. Hope, who scores on runs of 80, 46 and 6...
  • Baltimore Catholics celebrate 225th anniversary of nation's oldest archdiocese

    Baltimore Catholics celebrate 225th anniversary of nation's oldest archdiocese
    Two thousand Roman Catholics converged on Baltimore Sunday for a special All Souls' Day Mass celebrating the 225th anniversary of the archdiocese where American Catholicism was born. The service brought formal written congratulations from Pope Francis,...
  • Fall sports state tournament brackets set

    Fall sports state tournament brackets set
    The Colonial League will be well-represented in the PIAA boys soccer playoffs. In fact, Colonial League teams won District 11 championships in all three classifications and Southern Lehigh (3A), Saucon Valley (2A) and Moravian Academy (Class A) are...
  • Scott Linardi, roofer, metal artist

    Scott Linardi, roofer, metal artist
    Scott Linardi, a roofer and metal artist, died Wednesday after falling from a slate roof he was inspecting in the Original Northwood neighborhood. He was unresponsive after being taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Hampden-Medfield area resident was 42....
  • Jeanne F. Tarring, antiques shop owner

    Jeanne F. Tarring, antiques shop owner
    Jeanne F. Tarring, a homemaker and former owner of a Harford County antiques shop, died of cancer Monday at her Chestertown home. She was 91. The daughter of Louis Flick, a Pennsylvania Railroad locomotive engineer, and Matilda Neigh Flick, a homemaker,...
  • Tough end to stellar career

    Tough end to stellar career
    Colin Abert placed fifth among 239 runners in the Class 3A boys' race at Saturday's PIAA Cross Country Championships. He was the top finisher among District 11 runners. His state medal was the third of his scholastic career -- all extremely impressive...
  • Donors increased gifts to big Maryland charities

    Donors increased gifts to big Maryland charities
    The University of Maryland, Baltimore saw the biggest jump in private donations in 2013 among some of the state's largest charities while the University of Maryland at College Park experienced the largest decline in gifts raised last year, according to...
  • Saving Catholic schools has been Cardinal George's personal cause

     Saving Catholic schools has been Cardinal George's personal cause
    To help tens of thousands of Chicago-area Catholic school students, Cardinal Francis George has gone to Springfield, launched a $350 million fundraising campaign and just last week put the archdiocese's schools in his will. But his 17-year tenure has...
  • Wonders unfurl at Getty, Met tapestry shows on Rubens, Coecke

    Wonders unfurl at Getty, Met tapestry shows on Rubens, Coecke
    Few tapestries woven in Europe during the Renaissance surpass in sheer beauty, technical mastery and narrative charm one that Pieter Coecke van Aelst designed in 1548. It depicts God accusing Adam and Eve of perfidy in the Garden of Eden. Like a...
  • Catholic Church has survived despite criticisms

    In his Oct. 26 letter to the editor, Chris Lang claims that the Catholic Church has never been welcoming of homosexuals. He is mistaken. The Church teaches that all persons, without exception, are to be loved and respected as being created in the image of...