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Special Olympics

Special Olympics
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  • Newport's Tip-A-Cop serves up over $10,000 for Special Olympics

    Newport's Tip-A-Cop serves up over $10,000 for Special Olympics
    The Newport Beach Police Department collected $10,772 for Special Olympics Southern California during the annual Tip-A-Cop fundraiser Monday evening. Officers stood in as servers and hosts for about four hours at Javier's restaurant in Newport Beach and...
  • Rec sports

    Email rec sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. on Monday. Running Fifty-six runners came out to Burleigh Manor Middle School to run the Howard County Striders weekly race on Nov. 16. This was the awards race, in which runners who...
  • Gloucester program treats every child like a 'STAR'

    Gloucester program treats every child like a 'STAR'
    GLOUCESTER – Cheers, giggles and applause filled the Botetourt Elementary School gym as it had every Friday night for the previous 11 weeks. "Every child deserves to have this much fun," said John Coats, director of Gloucester County's STAR...
  • Publisher's Note

    Publisher's Note
    My first clue that this year is shaping up to be a humongous social season was the fact that I had to leave the house on a recent Saturday at 7 a.m. to make it to the first of three events on my calendar. All fun, all with the goal of making a...
  • Race raises big money for Special Olympics

    Race raises big money for Special Olympics
    The ninth annual Sallarulo's Race for Champions raised more than $200,000 for Special Olympics Broward County. More than 500 runners and walkers from across South Florida rallied to support the organization, completing a 5K run/walk around Nova...
  • Wolf Pack's Conor Allen Getting Some Attention With Rangers

    HARTFORD — His first NHL exposure came in training camp last year, when Conor Allen was just months removed from life as a college student at UMass Amherst. Allen, who signed with the New York Rangers as an undrafted free agent, played one game...
  • Regional Digest: UConn Baseball Names Captains

    UConn Names Captains Carson Cross, Bobby Melley and Jordan Tabakman have been named captains of the UConn baseball team for the 2015 season. They were announced by coach Jim Penders after a team vote at the conclusion of the fall training period. Cross...
  • Girls get dolled up for American Girl tea party

    Staff Writer A little girl headed to the front of the Lions clubhouse meeting room to pick up her prize. Taking hold of the box containing an American Girl "Grace" doll, she threw a fist into the air. "Yes!" she cried triumphantly. Grace was one of three...
  • Orlando Sentinel Etcetera Listing - LocalLabs

    Listings are subject to change. Please call the venue in advance. Boo at the Zoo: trick-or-treating, arts and crafts and kids' activities among the nocturnal animals. 5:30-9 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 5:30-9 p.m. Sunday, Brevard Zoo, 8225 N. Wickham Road,...
  • Allied Community Services marks 50 years

    Five decades ago, a half-dozen parents of children with developmental disabilities formed a group to look into setting up organized day programs for their children. This steering committee was officially incorporated on Oct. 20, 1964, as the Enfield...
  • Groveland election features comeback try by former mayor

    GROVELAND — Two City Council incumbents will defend their seats against challengers in Tuesday's election following months of political turmoil, law-enforcement inquiries and employee unrest. Mayor Tim Loucks is being opposed by Mike Radzik, who...