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  • Boys' basketball: Ex-Loyola guard makes impact as freshman

     
    Former Los Angeles Loyola standout Miles Cartwright, a freshman at Pennsylvania, was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week after scoring 22 points and making seven of his eight shots against Pittsburgh. Carwright's brother, Parker, is a freshman at........
  • Marine from Camp Pendleton killed in Afghanistan

     
    A Marine from Camp Pendleton has been killed in combat in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense announced Wednesday night. Staff Sgt. Justin Schmalstieg, 28, of Pittsburgh, Pa., was killed Wednesday in Helmand province, a Taliban stronghold....
  • Girls' basketball: Saturday scores

     
    AGAPE LEAGUE Victor Valley Christian 47, Academy for Academic Excellence 31 MAJESTIC LEAGUE Lake Arrowhead Christian 45, Temecula Prep 22 VICTORY LEAGUE Mesa Grande Academy 69, Joshua Springs 8 NONLEAGUE Bethel Baptist 54, New Harvest 15 Los Alamitos 48,...
  • Toomey and Dent support repeal of DADT

     
    Republicans Charlie Dent and Pat Toomey both signaled their support this week for repealing the controversial don't ask, don't tell law that bans openly gay people from serving in the military. Dent, Lehigh Valley's congressman, was one of only 15......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Farm Show Friday.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Sometime today, we'll be making our annual trek to the Pennsylvania Farm Show in search of exotic forms of jerky, the best in local barbecue and the requisite chocolate-vanilla milkshake. In addition to our usual......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Snow Day Edition.

     
    Good Morning, Fellow Seekers. Like the rest of you, we spent the pre-daylight hours digging out from under the heaping of snow that Mother Nature deposited on our doorsteps. Now, while we wait out Little Miss Capitol Ideas' two-hour school delay, here's a...
  • Swearing-In Day Notebook.

     
    UPDATED AT 2:15 P.M.: Republican Tom Corbett became Pennsylvania’s 46th governor on Tuesday, vowing to rein in state spending, enact government reforms and to “do the right things, for the right reasons, even in the most challenging on times....
  • New album on the way from The Mountain Goats

     
    We're getting our first taste of “All Eternals Deck,” the upcoming album from The Mountain Goats (due on March 29). Frontman John Darnielle has confirmed initial U.S. tour dates supporting the album, listed below. No stop in Orlando yet, but...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Things Get Started.

     
    Thousands of tux- and evening gown-clad revelers filled the building's cavernous expo INAUGRUAL1 hall for a four-hour party that featured such regional food delicacies as the "Heavenly Devonshire," which is a little turkey sandwich on toast points with...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: The Revolution Is Just A Tee-Shirt Away.

     
    OK ... So That Was Fast. A scant 24 hours after Gov. Ed said there was nothing "definitive" about his signing with NBC as a political analyst, the suits at Rendell The Peacock Network have just put out this press release: "Former Pennsylvania Governor...
  • Bank of America expands “Museums on Us” promotion

     
    Bank of America has announced the 14th season of its national “Museums on Us” program, which now includes 150 of the nation’s finest arts, cultural and educational institutions. Designed to increase access to the arts across the nation, the....