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  • Virgen: Knapp, Campbell confident heading into U.S. Open

    Virgen: Knapp, Campbell confident heading into U.S. Open
    Did you know that getting accepted into Harvard is easier than qualifying for the U.S. Open? Or, how about winning the Triple Crown in horse racing? That, too, is also less difficult than qualifying for the national championship major. Being the next...
  • American Pharoah wins Triple Crown, and inevitable sniping begins

     American Pharoah wins Triple Crown, and inevitable sniping begins
    The time it took for us to be reassured that American Pharoah is no Secretariat was longer than it took the horse to win the Belmont, but it was quick. Almost before the call that "the 37-year wait is over!" echoed into our ears, someone was piecing...
  • Manes: This guy's job is a blast

    Manes: This guy's job is a blast
    "The Chinese used gunpowder to make fireworks for celebrations, and the white man came along and said, holy (expletive), we can use this to kill people. What better way to celebrate than that?" — Jarod Kintz Joseph Zaradich IV is nearing his...
  • Sands continues table games dominance

    Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem continued its reign as Pennsylvania's table games king in May, recording its second-best month since adding blackjack, roulette and craps in 2010. Sands, which has 207 tables, posted gross table games revenue of $18.2...
  • Sagamore Racing's Miss Temple City to run in Coronation Stakes

    Sagamore Racing's Miss Temple City to run in Coronation Stakes
    In Sagamore Racing's Royal Ascot debut, Miss Temple City will don Sagamore silks in the Group 1 Coronation Stakes on Friday. The 3-year-old filly by Temple City, out of Glittering Tax, by Artax, is looking to secure her second consecutive victory after...
  • Editorials from around Pennsylvania

    Editorials from around Pennsylvania: ___ LET'S MOVE THE PRIMARY, June 11 Although the first presidential primary election is still about six months away, interest in the races is starting to build. On the Republican ticket, it seems like new...
  • All The Pretty Tax Breaks: Millions in tax dollars prop up Maryland's beloved but failing horse industry

    All The Pretty Tax Breaks: Millions in tax dollars prop up Maryland's beloved but failing horse industry
    In Maryland, horses are sacred and horse owners enjoy enviable layers of public subsidy. In alliance with the environmental movement, some of the wealthiest people on planet Earth enjoy sporting lives amid rolling hills, fueled by tax breaks on the local,...
  • 'Ballers' on HBO aims to be rare sports-themed series with winning game plan

    'Ballers' on HBO aims to be rare sports-themed series with winning game plan
    The record-breaking ratings accompanying the tsunami of recent sports blockbusters, from the NBA Finals to the Stanley Cup playoffs to the Triple Crown to the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao bout, proves one of life's most undeniable truths —...
  • Triple Crown-winning jockey comes to Gulfstream

    Triple Crown-winning jockey comes to Gulfstream
    The first jockey to ride to a Triple Crown in 37 years is taking his talents to Gulfstream Park. Victor Espinoza, who rode American Pharoah into the record books, will compete in $1.175 million Summit of Speed program on July 5. Espinoza, 43, will...
  • After 52 years, Howard educator sets course for retirement

    Peggy Schultz feels a closeness to the Howard County Public School System that others cannot imagine. "It's been my home, my career," said the 74-year-old Schultz. "Like I said, the Board of Ed has been running my life since I was 5." That is when...
  • Goshen Stampede: Three Days Of Cowboy Fun

    Goshen Stampede: Three Days Of Cowboy Fun
    Everyone gets the chance to play cowboy at the Goshen Stampede. Boasting itself as Connecticut's largest rodeo, the stampede, now in its 10th year, is expected to draw 20,000 attendees for two days of PRCA rodeo and demolition derbies, a three-day music...