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NCAA coach saved the day for Buffalo man’s 2020 wedding

RICHMOND, Va. (WIVB) — One of the coaches heading to Buffalo for the NCAA tournament saved the day for a Buffalo native and his wife by offering to have their wedding at his house. Chris Mooney is the coach of the Richmond Spiders men’s basketball team, which will play at …

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Medved feels more and more at home

He didn’t stop talking about a good game, he went out and showed people he was serious. And sincere. And genuine. He was meeting fans at the first spring football game after he was hired, drawing a crowd of cheering fans to the stadium lobby. He was in public, with …

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Apple TV’s ‘Dickinson’ crosses the centuries to chronicle the life of a poet

My first glimpse of the Apple TV show “Dickinson,” which centers on the life of American poet Emily Dickinson, came from a wandering music video I saw on TikTok. I probably would have scrolled if I hadn’t seen a comment surprised that it was based on a real person. I …

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OVER TIME: Week of March 9, 2022 | News

100 years ago American Legion post Roy Hamm of Monticello will present “a pair of sixes” at the Monticello Opera. It can be seen on two different nights. The Village of DeLand’s board meeting last Monday evening included discussions on items such as repairing the village hall chimney and purchasing …

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In the news

Oxford, Mississippi, police chief Jeff McCutchen is working with area junkyards to etch identifying marks on catalytic converters in a bid, he says, to “take money from hands of criminals” as they swipe them to cash in the precious metals. inside. Ben Crump, a civil rights attorney representing two Houston …

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Vann Graves reflects on magnifying black voices and the current creative landscape – VCU News

By Joan Tupponce With the February release of “The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Reflection & Expression,” Vann Graves, Ph.D., executive director of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Brandcenter and anthology contributor, adds another accolade to his already long list of accomplishments. Her segment in the anthology, “Another Brick in the Wall,” …

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2002 Retrospective: No. 2 Maryland 112, Virginia 92

At 5:10 p.m. yesterday, a freshman backup named Andre Collins bounced the first basketball on the last day Maryland would play a game on its historic hardwood at Cole Field House. Collins descended into the concrete hallway leading from the Terrapins locker room and, just as hopeful youngsters have done …

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Fascinating oral history project at Brough House opens Sunday | Maitland’s Mercury

news, Brough House will open its doors with an exciting exhibition on Sunday February 13, telling the stories of students and teachers from Maitland Girls High School during Maitland’s time during World War II. The oral history project was organized by Friends of Grossmann and Brough Houses, who interviewed 15 …

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Mathews baseball remembers legendary coach | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted. Dan Kennedy (left) helps build what is now known as “Dan Kennedy Field” with Jeff Kornfield (middle) and Tom Kennedy (right). For more than 50 years, not a day has gone by that baseball hasn’t been on Dan Kennedy’s mind. The 1953 Vienna High School graduate traveled throughout …

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Salt Lake City is cutting teaching jobs and will start thinking about which schools to close

Salt Lake City schools have lost so many students that, on paper, they need to shed the equivalent of 76.5 full-time educators next year, district leaders warned Tuesday. School board members voted to soften that cut by about half — but they also agreed to begin the process of evaluating …

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6 Connecticut cities with thriving art scenes

January 6, 2022Updated: January 6, 2022 3:23 p.m. New Haven singer Thabisa Rich, who was born and raised in South Africa, performs a sound check while rehearsing on the New Haven Green ahead of a performance at the International Festival of Arts and Ideas later the night of 23 June …

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UCLA 2021 Football Christmas Wish List

It’s the most wonderful time of year, and before everyone sends in their wishlists, Bruin fans should give some serious thought to what they want to find in their stockings on Christmas morning. UCLA Football (8-4, 6-3 Pac-12) is set to face No.18 NC State (9-3, 6-2 ACC) in the …

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Guardian Angels: Local nonprofit helps families after house fires

Carrington The fire had swept everything away. Brittany Painter often thinks about this fire. She was 13 years old and one of her close friends was the victim of a fire. They ended up losing everything. While there were resources that could have helped them, both immediately and in the …

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History of Santa House in Milford

by Terry Rogers This Santa Claus house stood in Milford after it was built by Al Humes in 1939. (Photo courtesy of the Humes family) With the Christmas season underway and kids lining up to offer Christmas greetings to Santa, now is a great time to remember Santa’s homes in …

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TJ Otzelberger of Iowa State, his wife Alison Lacey’s basketball love story

Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared in 2013, a few months before TJ Otzelberger and Alison Lacey tied the knot. the ANKENY – They see each other early in the morning, then again late at night. Unless we’re on the road for a game. Or recruiting. Then they could spend …

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Zack Garceau’s “Great Stories from Westerly’s Past”, New Westerly Story Book, Launches Tuesday | West

WESTWARD – About this bridge between Watch Hill and Montauk. It may sound absurd, and the notion of such a structure is generally closed if it ever comes up for serious discussion, but that was not the case in the 1960s, according to local historian Zachary J. Garceau. Garceau, 31, …

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Christmas in the Parade: Beloved Tradition Returns to Downtown Washington | New

It looked like a miracle on Main Street as hundreds gathered in downtown Washington for the beloved Christmas parade, which was canceled last year due to the pandemic. “It’s a great turnout,” said Von Lacock of Washington. He and his wife, Lynn, arrived early in the evening to claim seats …

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Retired CHS cross-country coach leaves a long legacy

by Steven Felschundneff | [email protected] might be an overused cliché, but it truly is the end of an era for the distance runners at Claremont High School.After the team’s trip to CIF California State Meet last weekend, Bill Reeves announced that he has officially retired as the Wolfpack’s cross-country coach. …

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9 ways to celebrate Christmas in the South

Savannah’s rich history and unique charm create a majestic backdrop for the holiday festivities. Take a two-hour walk through town to admire Christmas decorations on the Old Savannah Tours Lights and Sights Cart Tour. The tour stops for a visit inside the historic Davenport Home to see it in all …

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The next five Saturdays will be a celebration of Christmas in Elizabethton Parks | New

ELIZABETHTON – Saturday will mark the start of the Christmas season in downtown Elizabethton, as that’s when the traditional lighting of the 78-foot-tall Frazier Christmas tree will take place. Tree lighting is always a bright spot for the Carter County holiday season. The lighting is also the time when the …

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Parades, auctions and more this weekend

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) – If you’re wondering what to do and where to go, look no further! There are several events taking place in Lubbock this weekend and you won’t want to miss any. To begin with, the 6th annual Los Hermanos Familia Veterans Parade will take place on Saturday, …

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Obituary of Trevor Hemmings | Horses race

Trevor Hemmings, who died aged 86, was a contradiction – an enigmatic billionaire who fiercely protected his privacy, assisted by a trademark cloth cap, which he joked that he even wore for the breakfast and allow him to sit unnoticed in a pub. But he was an instantly recognizable figure …

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Gavin Wimsatt to overthrow Noah Vedral as quarterback

PISCATAWAY – Rutgers football quarterback Noah Vedral has said he got a little nervous during the Temple season opening party on Saturday. But the elder pulled off a post-game interview session that shed light on the fascinating story ahead for the Scarlet Knights. On Friday night, Vedral learned that Gavin …

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Upcoming Events in the Capital Region

ALBANY – The Ten Broeck Mansion, home of the Albany County Historical Association, announces its free family program, Archeology Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 24. The Archeology Day program features archaeologists from Hartgen Archaeological Associates in Rensselaer showing the equipment and process they use for …

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Splendora AD work is a homecoming for Rowe

Randy Rowe had been trying to return to East Texas for a few years. He and his family were in Midland, far from his roots and the parents of Livingston and his wife Maribel in Houston. Rowe found the opportunity to return to Splendora, where he officially started as athletic …

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Malcolm “Mac” Corrigall | Obituary

April 30, 1948 – June 8, 2021 With his wife, Kathie by his side, longtime Coos County lawyer Malcolm Corrigall has passed away peacefully after a seven-year battle with prostate cancer. Malcolm was born in Ontario, Oregon, to James and Virginia (Richards) Corrigall. Mac grew up in Westfall, Oregon, on …

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Philippe Spagnuolo Jr., 53 years old | Obituary

LACONIA – Philip “Phil” Spagnuolo, Jr., 53, of Winter Street, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. The eldest of three children, Phil was born in Wakefield, Massachusetts on August 30, 1967, and moved to the Lake District with his family in 1979. From an early age, Phil dreamed …

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Shelter in Arizona

Returning from another trip to Arizona, I am still in shock at its majestic purple mountains. This time it was to celebrate our doctor daughter’s residency diploma. She never ceases to amaze because she chose to stay there one more year to be Chief Resident. I wrote about the field …

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Worcester Police Officer Enmanuel ‘Manny’ Familia: fellow officers, relatives pay their respects during call hours on Wednesday

A line of black-clad mourners meandered along the steps of St. John’s Church in Worcester, across Temple Street and into an adjacent parking lot. Next to the church doors, a woman hugged a policeman in a tight embrace. Others wiped away tears. Worcester Police Officer Enmanuel “Manny” Familia’s calling hours …

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Dow Named TC3 Softball Head Coach | Regional news

Coaching at the college level has been a goal for Ed Dow for some time, and now he has his chance after receiving the reins of the Tompkins Cortland Community College softball team on May 13. “This position turned out to be open. It’s literally 10 minutes from my house, …

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Obituary: Dorothea “Dorrie” (Blanchard) Foss

Dorothea “Dorrie” (Blanchard) Foss CAPE ELIZABETH – Dorothea Blanchard Foss passed away on Saturday May 22, 2021. Born in Concord, NH on December 9, 1932, daughter of Francis Gardner Blanchard and Ruth Gillingham Blanchard, Dorrie attended schools in New Hampshire, graduated from Gorham High School, Gorham, NH, Class of 1950. …

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Okeechobee coach Smith resigns after spring

Okeechobee High School football coach Ty Smith is stepping down in late spring and will move to Illinois to be closer to his family. Smith informed the school administration of his decision on Monday and briefed the team after Tuesday’s practice. “There has been speculation because people have seen my …

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KWC men’s assistant basketball coach charged with rape

EVANSVILLE, Ind (WEHT) The Kentucky Wesleyan men’s basketball assistant coach and former Bosse High School basketball star has been charged with rape. In an interview with an Evansville Police Detective, Cardell McFarland denied any wrongdoing. According to a probable cause affidavit, McFarland went to the victim’s home to “relax”. The …

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PHOTOS: Tales of Redditch’s Lost Secrets

It was the night the effluent hit the Redditch fan. Or to be a little more specific, hit the houses. Because the pebbles on the exterior walls suddenly took on a whole new meaning. These days, citizens of the city flush toilets thousands of times a day without really wondering …

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