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Numerous recruiting services are on site this week at the debut of Nike's "The Opening" at the athletic apparel headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., and with 150 of the best players in the country all in one place, there is no lack of voices to be heard....
The Florida Gators picked up their 14th commitment of the 2012 recruiting class with the pledge of Boiling Springs (N.C.) Crest safety Rhaheim Ledbetter on Friday morning. A happy day in Gainesville, no doubt. That all changed Friday night. A pair of...
Senior wide receiver Avery Johnson showed why he's the No. 1-ranked pass catcher in the state Saturday at the UCF 7-on-7 tournament. What he does on the field, however, was already a well-known fact about 6-foot-3 the Pompano Beach Blanche Ely star. What...
Tags: Gomez (music group), Human Interest, Athletes, Georgia, Orlando
I absolutely refuse to believe that the anti-immigrant crowd makes any distinction between legal and illegal immigrants. How can they tell the difference? Employers certainly make no such distinctions, because otherwise it's hard to see why they wouldn'...
Tags: Havre de Grace, Politics, Arizona, Migration, Georgia
Edwin F. Royston, who played two years as a guard for the New York Giants in the late 1940s and was a shipbuilding executive, died of cancer Saturday at his home in Seaside Park, N.J. He was 87 and had lived in Highlandtown. Born in Baltimore and...
Rev. James Carter Title: Pastor since July 1 at New Presbyterian Church,Pompano Beach. Other job experience: Former Army chaplain at West Point and U.S. Army War College, Carisle, Pa.; former chaplain for Fourth Infantry Division and senior chaplain...
The violent tornado that ravaged Joplin, Mo., killing at least 117, had hospital employees rushing to transport patients to safety at the last few minutes and forced others into refrigerators for shelter. There was 20 minutes of advance warning provided...
Summer may be winding down, but there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy an evening of outdoor music. What’s better is that there are also plenty of opportunities to do this without spending any money. Many local concert series run through...
Tags: Music Industry, Human Interest, Colorado
PIX11.comOn the first day of the marriage equality law, New York City wed a record 659 couples. 484 were married by State Court Judges who volunteered their time to be part of the event. New York is the sixth and largest state in the nation to legalize same sex...
Do you hear that faint music in the distance? Listen closer. It's the sound of autumn leaves changing colors, student sections trying to rally a team together, tin foil hot dogs and hamburgers getting eaten by the dozen, Don Rogers voice over a PA-...
Harts Morrison Brown, a retired management consultant who had been a member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen during World War II, died June 24 of lung cancer at the Veteran Administration Rehabilitation and Extended Care Center in Northeast Baltimore. The...
KTLA NewsDODGE CITY, KS (KTLA) -- A slaughterhouse has recalled some 60,000 pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated with potentially deadly E. coli 0157:H7, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service. The Ohio...
Tags: South Dakota, Food Industry, Tennessee, Utah, Ohio
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