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  • Area boasts 2 of top 3 teams in 5A state poll

    The Associated Press Florida high-school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, rating points and previous rankings: Class 8A Record Pts Prv 1. Dr. Phillips (12) 8-0 145 1 2. Jacksonville First Coast (1) 8-0 142 2 3....
  • Conservative Catholics conveniently discover collegiality

    One of the major themes of the Second Vatican Council – the 1960s gathering of Catholic bishops better known for its ecumenical outreach – is the notion of “collegiality.” To quote the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church approved...
  • 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,...
  • High School Football Ratings: Berlin, Valley Take Steps In Area 10

    High School Football Ratings: Berlin, Valley Take Steps In Area 10
    Berlin moved to No. 4 in The Courant area ratings after its 27-8 victory over then No. 7 Northwest Catholic-West Hartford and losses by then No. 4 Cheshire to Fairfield Prep (51-28) and then No. 5 Xavier-Middletown to Notre Dame-West Haven (27-24). For...
  • 2014 first-round football playoff schedule

    2014 first-round football playoff schedule
    CLASS 8A Upper bracket #16 Lyons (5-4) at #1 Stevenson (9-0), 7 Fri. #9 Warren (7-2) at #8 Loyola (7-2), noon Sat. #13 Glenbrook South (6-3) at #4 New Trier (8-1), 6 Sat. #12 Taft (7-2) at #5 Curie (8-1), 7 Fri. at Lane #15 Fremd (6-3) at #2...
  • Eastern Pennsylvania football rankings entering last week of regular season

    Eastern Pennsylvania football rankings entering last week of regular season
    Can District 12 be toppled? That's the question that looms as the regular season ends this weekend and the postseason begins the following weekend. In the latest EasternPa.Football.com rankings, you'll see that the road to Hershey where the state...
  • Sorting through the District 11 football playoff scenarios

    Sorting through the District 11 football playoff scenarios
    District 11 officials held another conference call Monday to help the media sift through the football playoff scenarios. Who's in? Who hopes to get in? Let's take a class-by-class look. This doesn't take into account every single scenario, but it...
  • Common heritage bonds next archbishop, Chicago's Croatian Catholics

    Common heritage bonds next archbishop, Chicago's Croatian Catholics
    Saturday's announcement that the next archbishop of Chicago is the grandson of Croatian immigrants thrilled some area Catholics with roots in the southeastern European country whose population is dwarfed by that of Illinois. Blase Cupich, 65, who now...
  • Berlin vs. Chicago: You be the judge

    Berlin vs. Chicago: You be the judge
    1. Chicagoans pick up their dogs' waste. Berliners pay a tax for the city to get the job done. Guess which city has the cleaner streets? 2. Berlin was divided until the Berlin Wall came down. Chicago will remain divided until the invisible walls between...
  • Thomas J. Turner, paraplegic fought for accessibility for the disabled to sports venues and buses

    Thomas J. Turner, paraplegic fought for accessibility for the disabled to sports venues and buses
    Thomas J. Turner, a paraplegic who brought the issue of accessibility to the public's attention after being deemed a "fire hazard" for blocking a ramp at the old Memorial Stadium, died Sunday at his Ruxton home of heart failure. He was 57. "I like to...