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  • Ed Swanson takes over as Tribe's women's hoops coach

    Ed Swanson takes over as Tribe's women's hoops coach
    WILLIAMSBURG — Ed Swanson and William and Mary sought the right fit, Swanson a challenge in a setting compatible with his ideals, the school a coach capable of breathing life into its stagnant women's basketball program without compromising core...
  • Central Connecticut Softball Wins NEC Tournament For First Time, Will Make NCAA Tournament Debut

    The Central Connecticut softball team has set a school record for victories three seasons in a row now. The Blue Devils, co-NEC regular-season champs, made the NEC Tournament for the first time -- and won it. Now they will play in the NCAA Tournament...
  • Tuesday's local college basketball roundup: Norfolk State women earn first-round MEAC victory at Scope

    Bouncing back from a disappointing regular season, the 10th-seeded Norfolk State women's basketball team defeated No. 7 Florida A&M 72-55 Tuesday in the opening round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament at Norfolk Scope Arena. Sophomore...
  • Sharing breast milk with other moms can be a life saver

     Sharing breast milk with other moms can be a life saver
    For the first two weeks of Jayden Adams' life, the little boy, born 10 weeks premature at Advocate Lutheran General Children's Hospital, was nourished with donated human breast milk. Now six weeks old and thriving, Jayden's mother, Mandy, who lost...
  • CAA Rewind, Lightning Round

    Atmospheric conditions in the Mid-Atlantic region led to lightning and blowouts in the second week of CAA football. Six games were affected by lightning – delayed starts, interruptions, or in the case of Old Dominion-Hampton, a mercifully shortened...
  • Writing the State of the Union: A behind-the-scenes look [Video]

    Writing the State of the Union: A behind-the-scenes look [Video]
    It was only last week that a full first draft of President Obama's State of the Union speech came together. And it was still being polished Tuesday, just hours before it is delivered from the rostrum in the House chamber. The White House has offered a...
  • Central Catholic grad Kinsella earns NEC honor

     
    Central Catholic graduate Megan Kinsella was named Northeast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the year for women’s track & field. Kinsella, a junior distance runner at Mount St. Mary’s, has a 3.98 GPA as a communications major. She was second...
  • Congrats to Jalen Cannon on another accolade

     
    Last year's Morning Call co-player of the year, Jalen Cannon, definitely made his mark in his first season at St. Francis of Brooklyn. According to a release that was sent to me, the freshman from Allen High School has been named to the Northeast...
  • Bonenberger, Livermore honored as rookies of the year in respective leagues

     
    Northampton grad and University of Pennsylvania freshman Kara Bonenberger (left) and Nazareth product and Fairleigh Dickinson freshman Erika Livermore (below, right) have been honored as rookies of the year in their respective leagues. Bonenberger is...
  • Obama taps ex-Treasury official, Harvard economist for Fed Board

     
    Barack Obama nominates Jerome H. (Jay) Powell and Jeremy C. Stein for Federal Reserve Board of Governors....
  • Influences: Pianist (and NPR host) Christopher O'Riley

     
    Christopher O’Riley, classical pianist and host of National Public Radio’s show “From the Top,” will be joined by cellist Matt Haimovitz at Cerritos Center. Here, Christopher O’Riley shares some of his influences....
  • Weekend TV Talk Shows for April 14 - 15

     
    SATURDAY The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer GOP race: Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.); world affairs: Former British prime minister Tony Blair. 3 p.m. CNN The Chris Matthews Show How former presidents help the current president; possibility...