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Athletes like Sam Schrader don't happen every day. - Three-year starter at quarterback for the Mishawaka High School football team. - Ranked 24th out of 345 in his senior class with a 4.057 GPA. - Phil M. Eskew Mental Attitude Award recipient at...
A pancake breakfast to benefit Habitat for Humanity will be hosted by First Christian Church Saturday from 7 to 11 a.m. The menu includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, eggs, sausage, orange juice, milk, coffee or tea (extra sausage costs 50 cents). Groups...
It's not just Wellington polo magnate John Goodman who'll be home for the holidays. Ryan LeVin, another notorious South Florida deadly driver, has been allowed to travel to his wealthy family's suburban Chicago estate to be with his ailing father. LeVin,...
Tags: Justice System, Punishment, Prisons, Fort Lauderdale, Leukemia
Their smiling faces stared out at us from Monday's Morning Call. Daniel, with two front teeth missing. Emilie, with the enigmatic smile of a 6-year-old Mona Lisa. Josephine, with big glasses impishly perched on the end of her nose. Charlotte, who...
Tags: Gun Control, Macungie, Allentown, Music, Hanukkah
Around Halloween, Trinity Prep junior Andrew Weinstock collected 10,400 pounds of candy, overrunning his parents' house with the likes of Snickers bars and M&Ms. That's some sweet tooth. "I've never had a single piece," he says. "I'm not a candy guy."...
Tags: Holidays, Afghanistan, Halloween
Jeannie Kincses and Kathy Richardson cupped their hands, looked through the window of their future Christmas shop, and saw sinks and toilets strewn across the floor of their future showroom. Definitely not ideal. But for small-business owners wanting to...
The Hagerstown Branch of the American Association of University Women will hold its annual fall used book sale Thursday, Oct 18, and Friday, Oct. 19, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the gym of the Arc of Washington...
A new beginning for families in tornado-ravaged Henryville. Seven months after a tornado swept through, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Indiana is helping build 10 brand-new homes for victims of the March 2 tornado. The project kicked off Monday with...
INDIANAPOLIS - With just the strike of a single nail, Chuck Pagano showed that he could "Build The Monster" while being the exact opposite of the word. "He was laughing," remembered Geraro Herrera as the Colts coach started off constructing the first...
By Jennifer Sheehan, Of The Morning Call It's a store fit for a treasure hunt. "There's no predictability on what we'll have each week," says Janet Kolepp, manager of ReStore in Whitehall Township. Based in what was once the Circuit City electronics...
On Saturday, at 6:30 p.m., the parishioners of St. Joseph Catholic Church at 17630 Virginia Ave. are sponsoring a country-themed dance to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity’s Apostle Build housing project. The featured entertainment will be the...
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