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  • Tevin Mcgougan has helped lift the Phoebus defense to another level

    Tevin Mcgougan has helped lift the Phoebus defense to another level
    HAMPTON -- He's big, strong and mean -- to opposing linemen, running backs and quarterbacks, anyway. So how did he come to earn the nickname "Goo-Goo?" "Coach Dee gave it to me," said Phoebus defensive tackle Tevin Mcgougan, referring to former...
  • Saturday's 11:30 p.m. Score Center, area roundup, UPDATE: NSU wins on baseball Senior Day, but W&M loses in baseball and NCAA women's tennis; Apprentice wins in baseball, CNU in softball as Falin hits another slam; Sunday calendar

    Best viewed in "single page" mode. If you know an unreported score, please e-mail sports@dailypress.com and/or call 757-247-4640. Past calendars are available on Sonny Dearth's blog at HRTownSquare.com) SATURDAY, MAY 14 COLLEGES Baseball Final: Norfolk...
  • Top workplaces strive to create a good learning environment

    Top workplaces strive to create a good learning environment
    It stands to reason that a Chicago-area company that ranks in the top 100 places to work would consist of happy, motivated employees working to create a successful business model. If two of these companies turn out to be colleges, then it also stands to...
  • A literary look back

    A literary look back
    Rick Kogan, Tribune reporter "The Last Boy: Mickey Mantle and the End of America's Childhood" By Jane Leavy Harper, $27.99 Leavy's "The Last Boy" is as masterfully researched and beautifully written as any biography this year. Sox fans like me may...
  • Tour of Discovery celebrates the Fourth in a town that richer in history than it seems

    My desire was to make it to Philadelphia by the 4th of July. But, mechanical problems, terrible heat, horrible humidity, and the eternal hills all got in the way, stubbornly. By the fourth I had only cycled as far as Belvidere, N.J. At first I was...
  • Local vocational programs open new career opportunities

    Local vocational programs open new career opportunities
    Successful careers can start at a vocational or trade school where you can pick up training for a variety of skilled jobs. Programs can be completed in as little as a week, though most take about a year. Graduates typically earn a certificate in a...
  • Mayor Linda Thompson Names Two New Nominees for Harrisburg Authority Board

    Mayor Linda Thompson Names Two New Nominees for Harrisburg Authority Board
    Mayor Linda Thompson has submitted two new nominees to City Council to fill the vacancies on the Harrisburg Authority board. The Mayor also called on Council to convene promptly to consider her nominations. "The work of the Authority board is far too...
  • Back to (cooking) school

    Back to (cooking) school
    More than 135 cooking schools offer classes for home cooks to culinary professionals at venues across the city and suburbs. Some instructors will even come to your home to teach you and your friends the basics. What's new? The College of DuPage is...
  • Hospitality degrees offer a world of work options

    Hospitality degrees offer a world of work options
    A world without cubicles is just one of the benefits awaiting the holder of a Hospitality Management degree. Those in this career can ply their trade in hotels, restaurants, senior living communities, corporate facilities, casinos and even palaces and...
  • This degree means more than business

    This degree means more than business
    If you think the pursuit of an MBA is best left to the "business minded," think again. The benefit of traveling this higher education path applies to early careerists as well as mid-season career changers, no matter their undergrad degree or work history....
  • Locals still playing

    It is always interesting to watch our local volleyball players as they move on to play collegiately. The opportunity to play in college is a very special one and we are so fortunate to have many playing. Former Newport Harbor High All-Sunset League...
  • "Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America" by Jack Rakove

    "Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America" by Jack Rakove
    "Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America" By Jack Rakove Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 496 pp., $30 Reviewed By Kirk Davis Swinehart for the Chicago Tribune Since the end of the American Revolution, in 1783, historians of varying...