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  • Turrell has career game for Villanova

    Doug Turrell started his college career as an offensive lineman at Villanova. In fact, he played guard or tackle since his flag football days as a fourth grader. After being converted last season to tight end, the Parkland grad still had lineman stats...
  • Clarence Hodges: Founding member of prison ministry

     Clarence Hodges: Founding member of prison ministry
    Clarence Hodges never imagined the small prison ministry he started in 1976 at the Union Correctional Institution with eight friends would expand to nine countries and 35 states. "They just didn't think what they started doing would become this...
  • Dr. Thomas J. Kenny, UM pediatric psychologist

    Dr. Thomas J. Kenny, UM pediatric psychologist
    Dr. Thomas J. Kenny, a retired University of Maryland School of Medicine pediatric psychologist who was an expert in children's behavioral problems, died of pneumonia Oct. 19 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Ruxton resident was 82. "Tom...
  • The first EPC North title and much more will be at stake Friday night in Brodheadsville

    The first EPC North title and much more will be at stake Friday night in Brodheadsville
    If you're looking for some bulletin-board material to stir the pot entering tonight's Stroudsburg-Pleasant Valley game in Brodheadsville, you're going to be disappointed. Mounties' coach Jim Miller and Bears' first-year mentor Dave Pacchioni expressed...
  • Artist-wife Yumi Hogan strays 'outside of her normal comfort level'

    Artist-wife Yumi Hogan strays 'outside of her normal comfort level'
    The art studio in Yumi Hogan's Edgewater home, perched above water and surrounded by tall trees, is as serene as her nuanced ink paintings of dreamlike landscapes. Her delicate brushstrokes on traditional Korean paper seem at odds with the bruising,...
  • Easton's Colin Abert, Salisbury's Kyle Gonoude headed to PIAA XC with medals on their minds

     Easton's Colin Abert, Salisbury's Kyle Gonoude headed to PIAA XC with medals on their minds
    Last year, Elizabeth Chikotas won state championships in both cross country and track as she completed her stellar scholastic career at Saucon Valley. Chikotas chose Penn State University as her college destination and she is enjoying a solid freshman...
  • Thursday's 11:55 p.m. UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results and honors

    Football Hampton 35, Bethel 28 Gloucester 28, Menchville 20 King & Queen Central 41, Middlesex 13 Northumberland at Rappahannock, 7 Field hockey Monitor-Merrimac Conference 2 semifinals (at Powhatan Field in Norfolk): No. 1 Grassfield 3, No. 5 Woodside 0...
  • Thursday's multi-sport high school roundup: Peninsula Catholic boys, girls sweep TCIS cross country championships

    CROSS COUNTRY: TCIS: Meet host Peninsula Catholic’s boys and girls swept the Tidewater Conference of Independent Schools championships, led by individual second-place finishers Max Weidman and Martine Hunnicutt. Nansemond-Suffolk Academy’s...
  • Freebie Friday: Sweet deals for Halloween

    Freebie Friday: Sweet deals for Halloween
    Welcome to Freebie Friday, where everything is free.   Freebie Spotlight Halloween treats! Miller’s Ale House: Kids in costume eat free all day on Halloween. Free kids meal with the purchase of adult entrée. www.millersalehouse.com  ...
  • EPC football capsules for Week 10

    EPC football capsules for Week 10
    Bethlehem Catholic at Central Catholic •When: 7 tonight •In the spotlight: Central Catholic has played several close games but failed to win them. Can the Vikings stick with rival Bethlehem Catholic this week? They have to keep the explosive...
  • Sister Catherine McHugh, active in elderly issues, dies

    Sister Catherine Elizabeth "Katie" McHugh spent decades as a teacher and leader in Chicago's Catholic organizations, and was a force for change in areas such as nursing home care, equitable housing and health care. One of Sister McHugh's crowning...