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Tribune Staff WriterA program that pays parents to both help out in 12 South Bend schools and to learn how they can assist their kids academically will have to screech to a halt Friday. South Bend Community School Corp. officials got those orders last Thursday from the...
Tags: Politics, Indiana, Joe Donnelly, Human Interest, Elections
Channel 2 NewsAftershocks from Japan’s 9.0 earthquake and tsunami are being felt in the Alaskan economy, especially in the seafood industry. Larry Nelson, an owner of Great Northern Sea Products, says he’s been unable to reach one of his business...
email@example.comFirst the ladder, then the scissors and then one by one, South Hagerstown players took turn clipping the net as a personal momento of their achievement on Friday. South Hagerstown withstood a solid challenge from Quince Orchard for a 54-48 victory to win...
WASHINGTON — The final flight of space shuttle Discovery will have to wait — again. Nagging structural problems with the shuttle's fuel tank have delayed its planned Feb. 3 launch to the International Space Station by a couple of weeks...
Tags: Politics, Rocketry, Barack Obama, NASA, Kennedy Space Center
Investigators have identified the man whose body was found in the trunk of a burning car on Sunday, in what they suspect may be Orange County's first homicide of the new year. Deputies said they responded to calls of a vehicle on fire in a wooded area...
Tags: Orlando, Crime, Law and Justice, Fires, Eatonville, Crimes
Friday, February 4, 2011 BOYS BASKETBALL THURMONT, Md. — Andre Pierre and Xavier Freeman had 13 points each to lead South Hagerstown to a 58-36 win over Catoctin (2-14, 2-10) in the MVAL Antietam on Friday night. Devon King had six points,...
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has earned his reputation as one of the league’s best talent evaluators due in large part to his success with hitting on first-round selections such as Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Chris McAlister, Terrell Suggs and...
It's February and we're awash in red — roses, hearts, ink (darn those holiday purchases). Also, herrings. Red herrings have been popping up left and right. There's the new restaurant in Clarendon Hills (spelled Redd Herring). There's the new book...
Tags: England, Tucson, Human Interest
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter turning sizeable leads into a pair of recent losses, South Hagerstown’s boys basketball team showed a little character by turning the tables on Monday night. The Rebels stormed back from a 14-point deficit early in the third quarter to hand...
email@example.comMidway through the third quarter, the North Hagerstown student body certainly had to think it wouldn’t be storming the court after the Hubs’ city match against South Hagerstown on Tuesday. After all, South was dominant through the early parts...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTrack and field is more than just a sport to Boonsboro’s Coby Gussio. It’s his way of life. “Track is my heart and soul. I put everything I have into it,” he said. “Everything that I do is for the sport.” If any...
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