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Crime and Safety - Sun-Sentinel?? As kids and their parents get ready for prom season, their checklists could go like this: Gown and tux? Got ‘em.?? Corsage and boutonniere? Double check.?? Key to the liquor cabinet? No way.?? Booze is not a prom accessory. And the Florida...
As the sponsor of the five-time champion Allentown Wings in the late 1970s and early '80s, and a Blue Mountain League team that won an unprecedented five straight championships from 1980-84, Lee Butz has had his share of great nights at Bicentennial...
Tags: Softball, Adidas AG, Sports, Baseball, Cincinnati Reds
The inexplicable months of delay between Brian Urlacher's left knee injury and an arthroscopic procedure to reduce pain and swelling a little more than a week ago is pretty difficult to understand. Why would the Bears and Urlacher gamble waiting for...
Applewood Drive rises from Haasadahl Road in South Whitehall Township in a steep climb, and at the top of the hill, there is a reward for the eyes. There are rows of enough lovely apple trees to make John Chapman (the legendary Johnny Appleseed) proud....
Former Gov. Ed Rendell, whose Democratic Party usually comes down on the side of protecting the environment, once called New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo "crazy" for backing a moratorium on gas drilling until environmental concerns could be resolved. This past...
At last, Pennsylvania is starting to steal some of the thunder from New York City when it comes to culinary news. This week's big story, of course, was a judge's trashing of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on Big Gulp, set to take effect Tuesday....
If you mouse your way to the Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System website and click on "About SERS," you then can find a comforting "SERS Snapshot," which paints a rosy picture of how the system is humming along. The Snapshot's chart shows...
Dwyane Wade is back now, and that's what matters most. But because the NBA season is a repetitive cycle, it also is worth looking back if only to avoid a similar situation, with a similar asset. A week ago, before Wade sat out for a week,...
Tags: NBA Draft, Sports, Markieff Morris, X-rays, Alvin Gentry
You have to give Denise Dennis some credit. She did not come cheap. The price tag she put on her virtue is about the same as the amount Gov. Tom Corbett took to sell his soul — or Pennsylvania's soul, that is — to the gas drilling robber...
Kristin Scheitrum is constantly on the go at Coca-Cola Park … flinging T-shirts into the crowd, sorting the giveaways, working the between-inning events, taking care of this, rushing to do that. As a marketing intern, the former Emmaus High...
The Hog BlogTommy Joseph's return to the IronPigs has been delayed. The IronPigs catcher, who was at Clearwater to hopefully build himself back up after missing six weeks with a concussion, was placed back on the disabled list. Joe Jordan, the Phillies minor league...
Pennsylvania Ave.In politics, timing is everything. And Rick Santorum, who has been unable to break low single digits in public polling of the presidential contest, appears to be gaining some momentum just two weeks before the crucial Iowa caucus. The former......
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