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  • Tuesday's 5/8 local sports calendar (updated Tuesday PM with independent conference tournaments)

    COLLEGES Baseball Longwood at Old Dominion, 6 U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series’ second day (in Springfield, Ill.): Includes: Penn State Beaver – Robert Morris-Springfield winner vs. No. 2 Apprentice, 11 a.m....
  • NU's Demps done for the season after shoulder surgery

    NU's Demps done for the season after shoulder surgery
    Tre Demps’ freshman season came to an end Tuesday when the Northwestern guard underwent surgery on his left shoulder. The Wildcats expect him to return to the court in 4-5 months. The all-state player from Texas and son of New Orleans Hornets...
  • Early season full of hard lessons for Pirates

    Early season full of hard lessons for Pirates
    HAMPTON — Aside from an occasional signature win or a damaging loss, December isn't a make-or-break month in college basketball. Teams travel to face new-look opponents and to play in far-flung tournaments, testing their makeup and chemistry while...
  • 4th Of July Fireworks In West Michigan

    4th Of July Fireworks In West Michigan
    There's no question, fireworks are a hot topic this year. We've compiled a list of the popular shows in the area around the July 4, 2012. Due to drought concerns and fire dangers, it's possible some of the events will be canceled. Check with local...
  • Central Florida's 2012 football signings list

    Central Florida's 2012 football signings list
    A list of area high school football players expected to sign with colleges on National Signing Day (Feb. 1) or after. If a player who has committed is not listed, please contact high schools sports editor Stephen Ruiz, sruiz@orlandosentinel.com. Agape...
  • National Signing Day for Local High School Athletes

    National Signing Day for Local High School Athletes
    Today is the day local high school student-athletes can make their college choices official. National Signing Day allows local stars to accept scholarship offers from college programs. It is just as rewarding for the college coaches because they now...
  • Florida Man Uses Meow Mix As Cover To Mail Crystal Meth

    Florida Man Uses Meow Mix As Cover To Mail Crystal Meth
    The Lake County Sheriff office says 48-year-old Robert Morris thought kitty treats would make the purr-fect cover for shipping crystal meth across the country. The package was shipped from Florida to Washington were it was intercepted by a title...
  • Class 2A Preview: Park Tudor looks for back-to-back championships against Bowman Academy

    Class 2A Preview: Park Tudor looks for back-to-back championships against Bowman Academy
    Park Tudor Head Coach Ed Schilling has become a bit of an IHSAA historian as of late. To keep his defending 2011 IHSAA Class 2A State champions motivated, he's given speeches about leaving a lasting legacy, both at Park Tudor High School and throughout...
  • A Look At The Teams In The Conference

    A Look At The Teams In The Conference
    Capsule looks at the men's basketball teams in the Big East Conference. Teams are listed in predicted order of finish: UConn Last season: 32-9, 9-9, Big East tournament and NCAA champions Coach: Jim Calhoun Top players: Jeremy Lamb, Alex Oriakhi Keep...
  • Her hope, and then her curse

    I always dreamed that when I grew up I would marry . . . the man of my dream, tall, dark & handsome, educated with a great job." —Kimberly Garnett, in a college essay It must have looked like Kimberly Garnett's dream had just walked into the Club...
  • 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...
  • 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...