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History of Wingate Basketball: The Homer Stonebraker Era  Journal Review

Much has been written about the great Wingate teams that won back-to-back State basketball championships in 1913 and 1914 and rightly so. However, not ...

Legends of Hoosier Hysteria: The Wingate High School basketball team (The original Hoosiers)  The Grueling Truth

Everybody knows the story of the Milan Indians – or at least the fictionalized version, the Hickory Huskers, dramatized in the movie, Hoosiers. Barely anyone has ...

Neil J. Moore, Champion In Healthcare To Underserved Communities  Black Enterprise

Neil J. Moore highlights his journey in the Maryland healthcare industry currently serving as the first black person to lead a major healthcare network in the state.

Catherine Ann (Barnes) Packer | Obituaries  Circleville Herald

Catherine Ann (Barnes) Packer passed away in her home October 7, 2018 surrounded by her loving family. “Ann” was born in Wooster Ohio, May 24, 1943, ...

Hopi High dean says cancer was caused by uranium contamination  Navajo-Hopi Observer

POLACCA, Ariz. — Hopi High Dean of Students Jerry Cronin, a three time cancer survivor, is convinced his cancer is a result of water that was contaminated ...

Fantasia Barrino's nephew killed in Greensboro, N.C. shooting  WXIA-TV

Police say Tyquan Vonricco Washington was shot and killed in the 700 block of Hyde Street in Greensboro Tuesday.

Northeastern Junior College recognizes Gertner family for 'Pride in Association'  Journal Advocate

The Gabriel and Barbara Gertner family of Sterling are dedicated and loyal to Northeastern Junior College — Gabriel and all eight of his children attended ...

Local News: Sunday Profile: Patricia Williams (8/6/18)  State Gazette

RACHEL TOWNSEND. The daughter of a West Virginia coal miner, Patricia Williams was born the only daughter of Curtis and ...

Four SUNY Downstate School-Based Health Centers Will Remain Open For Another Year  BKLYNER

The four SUNY Downstate-operated SBHCs will remain open in the coming school year.

Indiana's passion for basketball simmered  Journal and Courier

Local basketball rose slowly but surely from private play to public passion between 1900 and 1925. Ward "Piggy" Lambert, back row right, and his first Purdue ...

The Social Worker Who Became a Property Manager  Habitat magazine

Bill Morris in Building Operations on May 10, 2018. Suffolk County, Long Island. Alvin Wasserman today (center), as a college grad (left) and a soldier (right).

21st annual Prescott Indian Art Market features Navajo artist from Shiprock  Navajo-Hopi Observer

PRESCOTT, Ariz. — Jim Harrison, a Navajo from Shiprock, New Mexico, has been chosen as the featured artist at the 21st annual Prescott Indian Art Market ...

Best of '88: MC Lyte's Machismo-Slaying Anthem 'Paper Thin'  Rolling Stone

30 years later, 1988 still stands as rap's greatest year. The lyrical molotovs of Nation of Millions and Straight Outta Compton, the post-modern (and pre-lawsuit) ...

NYU Report: New York City Public School Closures Under Bloomberg Had Some Positive Effects  CityLab

A new report shows Bloomberg's controversial closures have had some positive effects, contrary to popular opinion.

Brooklyn Principal Grecian Harrison is helping to bring back the pride and joy to Boys and Girls High - NY D  New York Daily News

Grecian Harrison has come full circle — to the helm of the school where she started two decades ago.

Kareem, Cousy and the all-time NYC basketball team  New York Post

New York City produces some of the best basketball players in the world, with a style that's both recognizable and hard to pin down. The Post has crafted...

Vaughn Harper, the voice of the 'Quiet Storm' is stilled  Amsterdam News

Vaughn Harper's mellifluous voice that matched the melodious music he dispensed was a staple on WBLS radio for years. His show called the “Quiet Storm” ...

Vaughn Harper, Silky-Voiced D.J., Dies at 70  The New York Times

Mr. Harper was the host of the WBLS radio show “Quiet Storm,” a nightly staple for New Yorkers.

LaSante Health Center brings 1-stop care to families  Brooklyn Daily Eagle

The LaSante Health Center literally announces its intention in its name. The words “la sante” are French for “the health.” The recently established outpatient ...

Clarkson Avenue Microgrid Designed for Brooklyn Medical Corridor  Microgrid Knowledge

Here we profile the Clarkson Avenue Microgrid project, as part of a series of articles about NY Prize winners, based on their NYSERDA applications.

EXCLUSIVE: East Flatbush, Brooklyn, student with 14-year perfect attendance record was inspired by mother’s, s  New York Daily News

For the Williams household of East Flatbush, a spotless school attendance record is a family trait.

Ranking the Top 20 NBA/ABA Ballers to Emerge from New York City  Bleacher Report

Basketball is the sport that captures the rhythms, pace, culture and desperation of life in the inner city. From playgrounds in Brooklyn, to Rucker Park, to Madison ...

Former Pitt men's and women's track coach Steve Lewis passes  New Pittsburgh Courier

HAMPTON, Va. – The Hampton University Department of Athletics mourns the loss of former men's track & field coach Steven Lewis, who passed away on ...

Microgrid Project Winners from Stage 2 of the NY Prize  Microgrid Knowledge

Here's a look inside the 11 microgrid project winners selected March 23 by the New York Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) in Stage 2 ...

Meet Your Recruiter | Admission  ENMU News Releases

We're here for you. Your personal admission representative can answer your questions, offer advice and guide you through the admission process.

Running for President of Haiti, but Stumping in U.S.  New York Times

While Haitians in the United States have long played a role in Haitian elections, foreigners have emerged as a key constituency after the January earthquake.

Vitals for the Week of 8/16 | Vitals  Kokomo Perspective

Nicholas Smay, 26, Selling a Narcotic Drug, Possession of a Narcotic Drug, Possession of Meth-amphetamine.

Sweat | Training Champions, One Bruise at a Time  New York Times

Beat the Streets, a nonprofit that works with wrestling students in city schools, gives them a chance to use the sport to their academic advantage.

Brooklyn Program Erasing Warrants for Low-Level Offenses  New York Times

District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson, through his Begin Again effort, is trying to deal with New York City's backlog of 1.2 million open warrants for small ...

12-term NY Sen. William Larkin faces election challenge from Newburgh Councilwoman Gay Lee  The Daily Freeman

State Sen. William J. Larkin Jr. is being challenged by Gay Lee, a Newburgh City Council member and licensed clinical social worker, for the seat in New York's ...

Autistic artist Amoako Buachie turned life-changing help into personal renaissance - NY Daily News  New York Daily News

Just two years ago, autistic artist Amoako Buachie could barely control his temper, breaking out into screaming fits that were so loud neighbors called the cops.

Tsegaye Gebre-Medhin Memorial Prize launched  Tadias Magazine

Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff. Updated: Monday, September 14, 2009. New York (Tadias) – A new prize named after Ethiopia's Poet Laureate Tsegaye ...

Lesly Kernisant of SImACT on Bringing Investment to Haiti  Latin America News Dispatch

NEW YORK — On Jan. 11, Choice Hotels announced it would open two upscale Comfort Inn franchises at the beachfront city of Jacmel, becoming the first ...

Eritrea: Remembering Abraham (MIT), Remembering a Generation  Asmarino Independent

This article is written in memory of Abraham Ghebreghiorgis (aka Abraham MIT) on the first year anniversary of his death. Abraham, one of the dynamic writers ...

23 injured after Toronto bus overturns on New Jersey interstate  Toronto Star

PATERSON, N.J.—It was the home stretch of a gruelling overnight bus trip from Toronto, and as the sun rose over New Jersey's Interstate 80, the charter carrying ...

The Ethiopian-Eritrean Intelligence War

It has been fifteen years since the bloody border war between Eritrea and Ethiopia ended in 2000. Since then, though the guns has been silenced, and ...

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