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  • McEllroy, Woods highlight early British Open action

    McEllroy, Woods highlight early British Open action
    Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods stole the early first-round show as the British Open got underway this morning at Hoylake. … The Dodgers will reportedly pursue Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon according to reports out of Los Angeles. …...
  • I-80 west reopens after truck fire

    Interstate 80 west in the Poconos was temporarily closed Tuesday morning due to a tractor-trailer fire. Authorities said the tractor-trailer was near mile post 294 between the Scotrun Exit 298 for Route 611 and the Scranton Exit 293 for Interstate 380.....
  • REVIEW: Vans Warped Tour, in 20th year, returns to roots to find original spirit

     
    In its 20th year, the Vans Warped Tour, which stopped Wednesday at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton, didn’t have a huge headliner, as it did in recent years with blink-182, Paramore or All American Rejects. Bowling For Soup......
  • Seniors spark resurgence at Palisades

    In Year 2 of the Ken Termini era at Palisades, the Pirates have the experience and balance they've so often lacked. Starting five seniors, they downed seniorless Springside-Chestnut Hill 41-33 in the opening round of the A-town Showdown boys basketball...
  • Many Morning Call-area softball players named to all-state teams

     
    The Pennsylvania High School Softball Coaches Association has named 13 Morning Call-area players to its all-state teams for the recently-completed 2014 season. Headling the list is Brandywine's Taylor Brintzenhoff, a shortstop headed to Louisiana Tech....
  • Arthur J. Walker dies at 79; sold classified documents to Soviets

    Arthur J. Walker, a conspirator in one of the biggest U.S. spy cases since World War II, was a surprisingly trusting soul. When FBI agents wanted to talk to him in 1985 after arresting his brother John on suspicion of espionage, Walker voluntarily...
  • Robert Lightfoot III, photographer for CSO and Ravinia, 1940-2014

     Robert Lightfoot III, photographer for CSO and Ravinia, 1940-2014
    Photographer Robert Lightfoot III, whose work appeared in some of the country's top magazines, was best known for relationships with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Ravinia Festival and his ability to capture the essential nature of his subjects....
  • Parkland's boys will go for a summer sweep at 'A-town Throwdown'

    Since the Stellar Construction "Catch A Rising Star" Showcase parted ways with SportsFest in 2008 to provide the area with two high school basketball tournaments every July, only one boys team has swept both tournaments. That was Allen in 2010. And...
  • University of Scranton awards graduate and undergraduate degrees

    University of Scranton awards graduate and undergraduate degrees
    UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON, Scranton, conferred doctor of physical therapy degrees and master's degrees May 31. Area residents receiving degrees include: Elizabeth Ryan, Stewartsville, N.J., Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with a major in physical...
  • Moravian College confers degrees

    Moravian College confers degrees
    Moravian College held commencement exercises at 10 a.m. May 10, in the outdoor quadrangle behind the Haupert Union Building on the Main Street Campus. T Moravian College President Bryon L. Grigsby '90 conferred degrees to approximately 397 bachelor...
  • Farmers markets: Lake county

    Farmers markets: Lake county
    Click on the image above to view an interactive map of suburban farmers markets. WEDNESDAY Grayslake summer market 3-7 p.m., June 4-Sept. 24, at Whitney and Center streets. Highland Park/Ravinia 7 a.m.-1 p.m., June 4-Oct. 29, Dean Avenue...