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  • SeaWorld starts 'Meet the Animals' ad campaign

    SeaWorld starts 'Meet the Animals' ad campaign
    SeaWorld Entertainment has introduced a marketing campaign with a “Meet the Animals” theme designed to lure visitors to interact with wildlife at its theme parks. The Orlando-based company says the ads will appear on cable-television...
  • East Hartford AD Frank Cipolla Leaves To Coach Glastonbury Baseball

    Cipolla To CoachGlastonbury Baseball Frank Cipolla resigned as East Hartford athletic director Monday to become the baseball coach at Glastonbury. Cipolla, who had been the athletic director the past three years, had been an assistant baseball coach...
  • FLASHBACK: In 1975, Dieruff wins the PIAA girls basketball title

    A weekly look back at sports in the Lehigh Valley, in anniversaries of multiples of five years. March 16 2005—Jen Plasko scores 14 points while grabbing 13 rebounds, and Marian Catholic holds arch-rival Pottsville Nativity without a field goal...
  • Body found in water identified as British man

    Body found in water identified as British man
    NORTH PALM BEACH — The body of a British man was recovered about 1:30 p.m. Sunday off John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. Dario Williams, 21, was found 65 feet from the shore where he disappeared Saturday, said Liz Barraco, spokeswoman for the...
  • Crown Point grad Jason Tsirtsis repeats as Big Ten champ

    Defending national champion Jason Tsirtsis graded himself incomplete after repeating as Big Ten champion in the 149-pound class. The Crown Point grad reversed an earlier 3-2 defeat by beating Iowa's Brad Sorenson 2-1 on riding time in the Big Ten meet...
  • A look back at Camille Muffat, Alexis Vastine and Florence Arthaud

    A look back at Camille Muffat, Alexis Vastine and Florence Arthaud
    The French sports world is reeling after the deaths of three of the country's elite athletes, along with seven others, in the crash of two helicopters that collided while shooting the reality TV show "Dropped" in Argentina's La Rioja province Monday....
  • Coast Guard Blue Dolphins take third in state short-course swimming championships | Community news

    The Coast Guard Blue Dolphins, led by Peyton Baldwin and Maddie Morello, finished in third place among 21 girls teams to top the Peninsula's showing at the Virginia Swimming Short Course Senior Championships in Christiansburg Thursday through Sunday. The...
  • Land's End Getaway Tour makes stop on Las Olas Blvd.

    Land's End Getaway Tour makes stop on Las Olas Blvd.
    Land's End is bringing their Traveling Beach House to Fort Lauderdale's Las Olas Boulevard Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15 from noon to 6 p.m. The free-and-open-to-the-public event is part of the Land's End Getaway Tour where women can be...
  • Body pulled from surf believed to be that of missing Vero Beach teen

    Body pulled from surf believed to be that of missing Vero Beach teen
    VERO BEACH — A body pulled from the surf Monday morning is believed to be that of missing swimmer Jonathan Threewitts, 17, according to Vero Beach Police Chief David Currey. Threewitts, a member of Vero Beach High School varsity wrestling team,...
  • Swim in New York's East River? A floating pool plan envisions a safe way

    Swim in New York's East River? A floating pool plan envisions a safe way
    On hot summer days, Dong-Ping Wong does what many New Yorkers do; he heads to the riverfront. But then he wants to do what only die-hards would do: go for a swim. "There's this giant body of water, but as a city dweller, you don't ever think that it's...
  • Students' robots test the waters at Naval Station Great Lakes

    Students' robots test the waters at Naval Station Great Lakes
    The Navy's idea behind tens of thousands of middle and high school students getting busy with soldering irons, electrical tape and PVC pipe — to build underwater, Remotely Operated Vehicles powered by tiny electric motors — is that the...