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  • On The Fly: What Was Jeter's Party All About?

    So really, what did you expect Derek Jeter to do in retirement? Grocery shop? He may soon, if you believe the latest nugget TMZ Sports has uncovered. Jeter supposedly was or is hosting a secret shindig at a historic castle on Long Island this weekend....
  • Foley Calls For Better Background Checks By Malloy

    Foley Calls For Better Background Checks By Malloy
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley called Thursday for improved background checks by the administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. Foley was responding to the arrest of Victor M. Diaz, a deputy commissioner at the Department of Motor Vehicles...
  • You voted: Here are the Best Bets for 2014

    You voted: Here are the Best Bets for 2014
    Congratulations to the winners of the annual Best Bets awards. Every year, Orlando Sentinel publishes Central Florida's favorite picks of local dining, shopping, services and entertainment -- all chosen by you, our readers. We're proud to announce...
  • 3 high school football players die in 1 week after collapsing on field

    A Long Island, N.Y., teen died Wednesday after colliding with an opponent during a high school football game. He was the third high school player in a week to die after being on the field. Tom Cutinella, a high school junior and linebacker on the...
  • Bristol Official: Use Existing Bonds To Pay For Downtown Work

    Bristol Official: Use Existing Bonds To Pay For Downtown Work
    BRISTOL — With the city divided about whether to put public money toward the first phase of Renaissance Development's project at Depot Square, council member Ellen Zoppo-Sassu is suggesting a compromise. Instead of borrowing $6 million to...
  • W&M's Ballard celebrates return with big play in win at Stony Brook

    W&M's Ballard celebrates return with big play in win at Stony Brook
    The play is called Double Arrow. It's a relatively safe throw-and-catch that's perfect for a two-minute drill, with time short and yardage necessary. Nine times out of 10, the receiver catches a quick pass between the hash mark and the sideline, spins...
  • Top comedic acts to take the stage at Center for the Arts

    Get ready to laugh. Delray Beach Center for the Arts is bringing standup comedy to Old School Square. Joining the ranks of Catch a Rising Star comedy clubs, big names and up-and-coming artists from around the country will stop here. The center's two...
  • Film Review: 'Left Behind'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - In what was surely a first in the annals of motion-picture marketing, an early ad for "Left Behind" featured a quote taken not from a film critic, but rather from Satan himself, who allegedly quipped, "Please do not bring...
  • New York prep football player dies after collision

    New York prep football player dies after collision
    NEW YORK -- A 16-year-old New York high school football player died at a hospital after colliding with an opponent during a varsity game, school officials said on Thursday. The death of Tom Cutinella, a junior at Long Island's Wading River High School,...
  • New York teen football player dies after collision

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A 16-year-old New York high school football player died at a Long Island hospital after colliding with an opponent during a varsity game, school officials said on Thursday. The death of Tom Cutinella, a junior at Shoreham-Wading...
  • El Centro wows with bright colors, visual rhythms

    El Centro wows with bright colors, visual rhythms
    Consider yourself lucky the next time you're stuck in traffic on the Kennedy Expressway around Kimball Avenue: The delay will let you check out a visually arresting zebra of a building. Dedicated Tuesday, this boldly sculpted academic structure is an...