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  • Locals compete in Central Maryland Swim League

    Central Maryland Swim League Padonia, 243.5; North Saint John's, 242.5 The North Saint John's (NSJ) Blue Marlins traveled to Lutherville on June 27 to compete against the Padonia Pooh Bears in an extremely tight race that came down to the last relay....
  • Thanks to donor, 1,500 kids to get free swim lessons

    Thanks to donor, 1,500 kids to get free swim lessons
    One hundred children learned to float, kick, blow bubbles and hold their breath underwater on Tuesday at Central Broward Regional Park's Tropical Splash Water Park, at no cost to their families. After an anonymous donation of $70,000 to the Broward...
  • Best outdoor water parks to slide into around Chicago

    Best outdoor water parks to slide into around Chicago
    Forget indoor pools with fluorescent lights and chlorinated air. With sunshine, high temps and long summer days, it's time to splash around at some of the Chicago area's best outdoor water parks. Kids stay entertained with high-adrenaline drops and twisty...
  • Fort Meade: Soldiers aim for coveted German badge

    Fort Meade: Soldiers aim for coveted German badge
    In the U.S. Army, the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge is one of the few foreign awards approved for wear. It is believed to be among the most sought-after awards to achieve, as wearing the badge is evidence that a soldier is both physically and...
  • Amateur Baseball Results/Schedule

    Greater Hartford Twilight League TUESDAY'S RESULTS Vernon 6, East Hartford 0 Wallingford 12, Hartford 0 People's United Bank 3, Meriden 3, susp. after 8, will resume TBA WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Vernon at People's United Bank, 6 p.m. Meriden...
  • Chicago's best pools for a sunny summer day

    Chicago's best pools for a sunny summer day
    Chicago's best pools require no membership or proof of residency. So pack up the kids and splash down at as many of these as you can this summer. Big Surf Wave Pool in Mount Prospect Looking for waves? The 3-foot crests here should do the trick....
  • Harvard athlete among 1st openly transgender NCAA swimmers

    Schuyler Bailar was a star recruit for the women's swimming team at Harvard University, a tough competitor with a shot at winning titles. But Bailar is opting to forgo such honors to join the men's team instead, competing as one of the first openly...
  • Ask Mr. Dad: Enjoy the water and safety this summer

    Dear Mr. Dad: My 4-year old twins are crazy about swimming or floating or doing pretty much anything in and around water. On one hand, I'm thrilled. I swam in high-school and college, and I'm looking forward to having them follow in my footsteps. On the...
  • Strong current for Freedom's Stewart

    Strong current for Freedom's Stewart
    There's a board at Freedom Swim Club that lists the swim team's all-time records, many of which have stood for the better part of three decades. Until Connor Stewart decided he wanted to take a crack at taking down as many as he could. "Last year I...
  • Seniors get water safety tips

    Seniors get water safety tips
    Anna Stewart, manager of the Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County, conducted a session about "Keeping Seniors Afloat" at the monthly meeting of caregiving organization executives at Arden Courts Memory Care Community in Delray Beach. Under...
  • Jewish day camp hosts 500 children

    Jewish day camp hosts 500 children
    While Elaine Frank Apachi Day Camp tends to focus its fun and games on kids, adults got in on the excitement Sunday during a "camp day for grown-ups." The camp held its eighth annual Family Fun Day, an event to show parents and interested locals what...