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  • Game 14: Kick-started Ravens run off fumble road

    The only thing left for the Ravens is jockeying for a draft pick in the top 10.Before their embarrassing 38-28 loss to the Minnesota Vikings yesterday, either someone forgot to tell the Ravens they were playing the NFC's best team, or maybe they just...
  • BASD Honor Roll

     
    Parent-teacher conferences are going on during this shortened Thanksgiving Day week in the Bethlehem Area School District. What a perfect time to publish online, the first-quarter honor roll. Jump to the next page to find your child's name at Broughal,...
  • Former Broward standouts Atkins, Peterson and Pierre-Paul named to NFL.com All-Under-25 team

    Not long ago, Geno Atkins, Patrick Peterson, and Jason Pierre-Paul were wowing high school football fans in Broward County with their exploits on the gridiron. Now, all three are playing in front of much larger audiences in the NFL. Earlier this week,...
  • No. 7 Florida State beats No. 9 North Carolina in Martin’s return

     
    TALLAHASSEE — With a come-from-behind win in the bag and his first post-op game behind him, Florida State coach Mike Martin had big plans for his Friday night. “You know what I'm happy about?” he rhetorically asked reporters following...
  • Six Florida State players named to All-ACC baseball teams

     
    Perhaps Sean Gilmartin should have pitched better than his 10-1 record and 1.35 ERA showed. Perhaps. According to a news release Monday from the ACC, the left-handed Florida State starter's efforts weren't enough to be named conference pitcher of the...
  • Who should be tapped for LGBT Hall of Fame?

     
    The Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame is the only civic award for the LGBT community in the world, organizers claim. Who do you think should be nominated this year?...
  • South Side man gets 60 years for shooting officer in back

    South Side man gets 60 years for shooting officer in back
    A Cook County judge today sentenced a South Side man to the maximum of 60 years in prison for shooting a Chicago detective in the back during a chase more than four years ago. Judge Timothy Joyce handed down the sentence for Bobby Selvie, 27, who was...
  • Patrick Johnson Wanted for Homicide

    Patrick Johnson Wanted for Homicide
    Have you seen Patrick Johnson? He is wanted for the murder of Henry Strickland and gun shot wounds to a 34-year-old woman. According to St. John Parish Deputies, officers responded to a reported shooting on Bailey Lane in Edgard Friday morning around...
  • Man Arrested in Death at Edgard Lounge

    Man Arrested in Death at Edgard Lounge
    A 25-year-old man wanted in the death of a man and the wounding of a woman last week in Edgard has turned himself in to authorities. The Times-Picayune reports Patrick Johnson of Edgard surrendered Monday to the St. John the Baptist Parish sheriff's...
  • 2011 Baseball Preview

    The 2011 prep baseball season is in its first full week of a three-month run. Below is a capsule look at the six local teams. * Brethren Christian Warriors League: Academy Head coach: Josh Franco (third year) Staff: Brandon Cox; Ken Diebold...
  • Three-way tie for first

    Three-way tie for first
    The Sunset League baseball title chase took another dramatic turn last week, the results of which left three teams atop the league standings. When last week's two-game schedule concluded Friday, Edison, Marina and Los Alamitos all had a piece of the...
  • Mariners Top Draft Pick Sets Mark in CWS

    Mariners Top Draft Pick Sets Mark in CWS
    The Seattle Mariners might be getting one of the best hitters of all time. Only time will tell. When it comes to naming the greatest hitters in College World Series history, the conversation now must include Dustin Ackley. His numbers certainly back up...