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  • Bednarik, Steelhawks rally for a 48-47 win in pro indoor football league opener

    Bednarik, Steelhawks rally for a 48-47 win in pro indoor football league opener
    Playing on the first gorgeous Sunday of the spring was not ideal timing for Lehigh Valley Steelhawks. But the 2,378 fans who came out to see the start of the fourth season of Steelhawks indoor football were treated to an entertaining game and those...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Good Friday Ecumenical Way Of The Cross On April 18

    Parishioners and clergy from the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany, Notre Dame and Saint Coleman Roman Catholic Churches; the Middlefield Federated Church and the United Church of Durham will observe the annual "Way of the Cross" at noon on Good Friday,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Holy Week Schedule at Church of the Epiphany, Durham

    The Church of the Epiphany, 196 Main Street, Durham is holding the following events and services during this Easter season. All are welcome! All are invited! Palm Sunday - April 13 9:30 a.m. - Begins in the parish hall with the blessing of the palms...
  • For Crimea's residents, a difficult choice: Become Russian or leave

    YALTA, Crimea The Russian tricolor is not yet ubiquitous in the Black Sea resort town of Yalta made infamous by a World War II agreement that divided up the world but many native Russian speakers give a thumbs-up when they're asked what it's like now that...
  • Signs of hope among Syrian despair [Commentary]

    We have reached a solemn milestone in Syria: It has been three years since the beginning of the war that has uprooted the lives of millions of people. From a distance, this conflict can seem overwhelming or even hopeless. Up close, it feels personal...
  • Monday's 4/7 local schedule (updated Sunday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s golf Wyoming Cowboy Classic (in Scottsdale, Ariz.; including Old Dominion) Emory Spring Invitational (in Atlanta; including CNU) Marlin Invitational (at Red Wing Lake course in Virginia Beach) Women’s tennis Old Dominion at VCU,...
  • Solehi's Nelson makes early college choice

    Mike Nelson could've done it the easy way. The Southern Lehigh student could've elected to continue his education and his lacrosse career right over the hill from his Upper Saucon Township home at Lehigh University, the school both of his parents...
  • TRACK RESULTS: Captain's Classic and high school results from the Colonial Relays

    COLONIAL RELAYS Event winners, area athletes in top 6 HIGH SCHOOL BOYS PV: 1, Neikirk, Norfolk Academy, 12-6. 3, Weatherwax, Lafayette, 12-0. 400H: 1, Babashak, Midlothian, 1:03.29. 400H: 1, Hardy, Lasalle College (Pa.) 56.11. 400R: 1, Lee-Davis...
  • Atlanta archbishop to move out, sell his new $2.2-million mansion

    A house built for $2.2 million by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta will be put up for sale — with proceeds to be spent on the local Catholic community — after some parishioners questioned why the mansion was ever erected, the...
  • Commissioner Kiar's mother passes away

    Commissioner Kiar's mother passes away
    Sign the guestbook Broward County Commissioner Marty Kiar lost his mother this weekend. Mariann J. Kiar, mother of three and a retired principal of a school she helped form, succumbed to breast cancer at her home in Davie, surrounded by family. Mrs....
  • Two Tamaqua Catholic churches to merge

    The two Roman Catholic churches in Tamaqua will merge into a single parish in July, though two church buildings will remain open for now. The announcement of the restructuring was made during the weekend Masses in a letter from Bishop John Barres of...