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  • Lafayette-Robert Morris: A scouting report

     
    This is Joe Walton Stadium, probably the nicest looking 3,000-seat facility I have ever seen and the ssite for today's first-ever meeting between Lafayette and Robert Morris. As you can see, all the seating is on one side of the......
  • Liberty grad Street is among three Pitt football players charged with assault; but three will play against ND

     
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reporting that Liberty High grad Devin Street is one of three Pitt football players charged with assault and conspiracy related to an Oct. 21 incident in the Pittsburgh suburb of Oakland. The three allegedly surrounded a...
  • Corbett named to RGA leadership team.

     
    This one comes courtesy of our pals at Early Returns at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Just in time for the Republican Governors Association's meeting in Sin City, Gov. Tom Corbett has been tapped for an eight-member executive committee, the group...
  • Plaxico Burress may have to retire after severe shoulder injury

    Pittsburgh receiver Plaxico Burress might have to call it a career after suffering a severe shoulder injury while diving for a ball in Thursday’s practice. According to multiple reports, all citing unnamed team and player sources, Burress suffered...
  • Connecticut fast food workers in three cities join national strike

    Connecticut fast food workers in three cities join national strike
    Connecticut fast food workers in Hartford, West Haven and Manchester joined in a national strike Thursday seeking "living wages" and union representation. Employees of McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, Burger King and other fast food franchises in 60 cities...
  • Geraldo Rivera blames censorship for cancelation of University appearance

    Geraldo Rivera blames censorship for cancelation of University appearance
    On the heels of his cancelled Duquesne University appearance, Geraldo Rivera took to Twitter on Monday to call censorship. The Fox News correspondent was uninvited on Friday to speak at an upcoming university panel about John F. Kennedy's assassination in...
  • Teel Time: More reaction to ACC's 'great strategic move' with grant of rights

    Late Monday mornings are usually reserved for work. You know, jobs, parenthood, errands. But when David Glenn, publisher of the ACC Sports Journal, tweeted that the conference’s 15 current and future members had agreed to a media grant of rights,...
  • Leontine T.C. Kelly dies at 92; first black woman bishop in a major Christian denomination

    Leontine T.C. Kelly dies at 92; first black woman bishop in a major Christian denomination
    Leontine T.C. Kelly, a daughter and wife of ministers who followed her own calling and became the first black woman bishop in a major Christian denomination when the United Methodist Church elevated her to the position in 1984, has died. She was 92....
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Entering the budgetary home stretch.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. When state lawmakers return to work Monday, they'll have just 12 days to find agreement with Gov. Tom Corbett on the 2012-13 state budget. Corbett and legislative Republicans will have to close the gap on......
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech offense sputters again in scoring position against Pitt

    For the second time in three games this season, Virginia Tech’s offense stalled repeatedly in scoring position and failed in short yardage. “We moved the ball all day,” quarterback Logan Thomas said after Saturday’s 35-17 loss...