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  • Lifeline 100 Century Ride and Community Health Fair will be held Oct. 18

    Lifeline 100 Century Ride and Community Health Fair will be held Oct. 18
    Details of the second Lifeline 100 Century Ride and Community Health Fair were announced at a gathering at the Earleigh Heights Ranger Station on Saturday. The health fair will be held Oct. 18 at Kinder Farm Park in Millersville in conjunction with...
  • Franklin Park man killed while bicycling on Mannheim

    A Franklin Park man was killed while bicycling early Saturday morning. Dagoberto Huizar, 51, was bicycling on Mannheim Road just north of Schiller Boulevard at 5:27 a.m. Saturday when he was struck by a vehicle. Huizar was pronounced dead at 6:07 a.m.,...
  • Florida deputy stops black man on bike, shoots him 4 seconds later

    Florida deputy stops black man on bike, shoots him 4 seconds later
    On the last morning of the last day Dontrell Stephens could still walk, the 20-year-old was bicycling across Haverhill Road, talking to a friend on a cellphone. A truck slowed as he rode against traffic. Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy Adams Lin...
  • There are over 3,000 different reason to run the 31st annual St. Luke's Half Marathon Sunday in Allentown

    There are over 3,000 different reason to run the 31<sup>s</sup><sup>t</sup> annual St. Luke's Half Marathon Sunday in Allentown
    People run the St. Luke's Half Marathon for all kinds of reasons. Former Northwestern Lehigh High School field hockey coach Cathy McCullough is running to celebrate her impending retirement as a teacher by running it with more than 90 friends and ex-...
  • Photo book looks at the golden age of road trips

     Photo book looks at the golden age of road trips
    "Road Trip: Roadside America from Custard's Last Stand to the Wigwam Restaurant" Universe, $29.95 Who doesn't like a road trip? Architectural historian Richard Longstreth likes road trips and architecture. "Road Trip" features photographs of...
  • Announcements

    Fundraiser A fundraiser for Maryland Five-O Cycling Inc. will be held from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. April 28 at Heroes Pub, 1 Riverview Ave. Mention Maryland Five-O Cycling when ordering at lunch, happy hour or dinner and 20 percent of purchases will be...
  • Little 500 gave its most famous rider confidence, respect

    As the cool guys cuddled with their girlfriends at the drive-in theater in the 1950s, Dave Blase flitted about with a butterfly net. The lights emanating from the big screen made it the perfect place for catching bugs. Blase was not a cool guy. He...
  • Waukegan gears up for return of pro cycling series

    Waukegan gears up for return of pro cycling series
    Professional and amateur bike racers will be back in Waukegan but the word "criterium" will not as the Intelligencia Cup Prairie State Cycling Series is on schedule to return downtown on July 23. Last summer, the inaugural Vista Health System Waukegan...
  • Lance Armstrong: WADA head rebuffed proposed meeting in 2013

    Lance Armstrong said Wednesday that the World Anti-Doping Agency and others are "owed an apology" from him for cheating during his cycling career, but noted that the agency's chief rebuffed efforts to meet back in 2013. David Howman, director general...
  • AP Interview: WADA exec disappointed by no Armstrong apology

    The director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency is disappointed Lance Armstrong has not apologized for costly and time-consuming lawsuits before the former cycling champion admitted using performance-enhancing drugs. In an interview at The...
  • City Hall Announcements: New businesses downtown, biking and health care fair

    City Hall Announcements: New businesses downtown, biking and health care fair
    Wardlaw is public information officer and marketing coordinator for the city of Annapolis.   The City of Annapolis congratulates owners Frank M. Hetrick, Chris Oland, and Michelle and Jeremy Hoffman on a successful opening of the new Preserve...