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TribLIVE
Jay Carson: Carson, senior vice president for institutional advancement at Robert Morris
Jay Carson
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
: Carson, senior vice president for institutional advancement at Robert Morris University in Moon, was named 2015 Outstanding Fundraising Executive by the Western Pennsylvania chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He will be... Read more
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WTOV 9 Steubenville
Friends, family to honor Dr. Rex Crawley DayUpdated: Thursday, August 27 2015, 01:14 PM EDT STEUBENVILLE, Ohio – Earlier t
Friends, family to honor Dr. Rex Crawley Day
WTOV 9 Steubenville / Posted 2 days ago
Updated: Thursday, August 27 2015, 01:14 PM EDT STEUBENVILLE, Ohio – Earlier this summer, the house where Steubenville basketball star turned WNBA player and coach Sylvia Crawley and her family grew up in came down. The street they grew up on --... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Tales surfacing on the Battle of Thompson's IslandBut when it comes to the American Revolution, only one skirmish was fought in n
Tales surfacing on the Battle of Thompson's Island
Warren Times Observer / Posted 5 days ago
But when it comes to the American Revolution, only one skirmish was fought in northwestern Pennsylvania and the battlefield is somewhere along Route 62 near Thompson's Island. It's also, for the most part, a mystery. "As a historian, it's not your... Read more
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TribLIVE
Putting ‘fun’ in dysfunctionalSen. Marco Rubio twisted things a little during the initial Republican debate t
Putting ‘fun’ in dysfunctional
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
Sen. Marco Rubio twisted things a little during the initial Republican debate to take a jab at Hillary Clinton while simultaneously tossing a bone to the religious right. Answering a combined question about veterans and God, Rubio pushed the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
UNF sees huge spike in merchandise sales after moment of March MadnessImani Phillips, a senior University of North Florida history major, browsed thr
UNF sees huge spike in merchandise sales after moment of March Madness
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 7 days ago
Imani Phillips, a senior University of North Florida history major, browsed through the campus bookstore last week, checking out sports T-shirts and other sports merchandise she considered buying. That’s exactly what a lot more students have been... Read more
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TribLIVE
Hang tight and let storm pass, advise investorsHerb Barnett is trying to stay cool about the plummeting stock market. He's se
Hang tight and let storm pass, advise investors
TribLIVE / Posted 8 days ago
Herb Barnett is trying to stay cool about the plummeting stock market. He's seen jittery investors make mistakes before because of knee-jerk reactions to market gyrations and doesn't want to be one of them. “Some people are a lot more concerned... Read more
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Orange County Register
Are your kids video game addicts? They may be able to get a college scholarship itWhen it comes to video games and kids, there’s no shortage of opinions on the p
Are your kids video game addicts? They may be able to get a college scholarship it
Orange County Register / Posted 8 days ago
When it comes to video games and kids, there’s no shortage of opinions on the positive and negative effects of digital play, as well as tips for negotiating screen time with your tweens and teens. But what if your high-schooler could turn those... Read more
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The Times Leader
Kokiko named Superintendent of JCESCThe JCESC Governing Board voted Tuesday to name its current chief academic offi
Kokiko named Superintendent of JCESC
The Times Leader / Posted 8 days ago
The JCESC Governing Board voted Tuesday to name its current chief academic officer as successor to Dr. George Ash, who is being promoted to chief executive officer. Dr. Kokiko will officially begin his new post on Sept. 1. Dr. Kokiko, of Adena, has... Read more
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Standard Democrat
Former Missouri basketball coach David Heeb deals with aftermath of crashFORT LAUDERDALE -- David Heeb has never been a great sleeper. It's normal for
Former Missouri basketball coach David Heeb deals with aftermath of crash
Standard Democrat / Posted 8 days ago
FORT LAUDERDALE -- David Heeb has never been a great sleeper. It's normal for the former Missouri high school basketball coach and administrator to be at the gym as early as 4 a.m., some mornings simply because his bed can't hold him. So after... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Gurska wins Greatest Golfer long drive titleCANFIELD Matt Gurska has been on fire so far during The Vindicator’s sixth ann
Gurska wins Greatest Golfer long drive title
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 9 days ago
CANFIELD Matt Gurska has been on fire so far during The Vindicator’s sixth annual Greatest Golfer of the Valley competition. After the Hermitage resident led his team to Monday’s Miller Lite Greatest Scramble Championship crown, he followed that up... Read more
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Pittsburgh Pirates
Pirates Homestand Highlights Monday, August 17 - Sunday, August 23, 2015Monday, August 17, 2015-Pirates vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (7:05 p.m.) Paint Par
Pirates Homestand Highlights Monday, August 17 - Sunday, August 23, 2015
Pittsburgh Pirates / Posted 12 days ago
Monday, August 17, 2015-Pirates vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (7:05 p.m.) Paint Party on the Deck: Join the Pirates as they partner with Paint Monkey on Monday nights throughout the season, to create a Pirates masterpiece. Enjoy a pre-game painting... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Revolutionary War speaker at Wilder Museum Aug. 20"Allegheny Burning: George Washington, Daniel Brodhead, and the Battle of Thomp
Revolutionary War speaker at Wilder Museum Aug. 20
Warren Times Observer / Posted 12 days ago
"Allegheny Burning: George Washington, Daniel Brodhead, and the Battle of Thompson's Island" is the title of Crytzer's most recently published article in the Journal of the American Revolution, an online magazine focusing on the history, culture,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Insurgency, across both partiesThe nation's political power brokers seemed to think it would be, or should be,
Insurgency, across both parties
TribLIVE / Posted 13 days ago
The nation's political power brokers seemed to think it would be, or should be, a Bush vs. Clinton contest. Again. Our role, I suppose, was to be happy with that uninspiring choice and just go to the garage and dust off some old campaign posters so... Read more
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TribLIVE
‘Boutiques on wheels’ offer on-trend looksBefore she puts on her colorful dress, wedge heels and accessories, Jackee Ging
‘Boutiques on wheels’ offer on-trend looks
TribLIVE / Posted 14 days ago
Before she puts on her colorful dress, wedge heels and accessories, Jackee Ging changes spark plugs, checks the oil and fires up the generator in her 1993 Chevy Step Van. It's the life of a fashion truck entrepreneur. Ging, of Scott, owns Style... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Program set on Revolutionary War in countyBut that doesn't mean the war didn't reach here. Because, in a small skirmish
Program set on Revolutionary War in county
Warren Times Observer / Posted 15 days ago
But that doesn't mean the war didn't reach here. Because, in a small skirmish on an inland along the Allegheny River south of Warren, it did. The Warren County Historical Society will be hosting a renowned author next Thursday, Aug. 20, at 6:30... Read more
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The Advocate
Southern’s Martin Henry has played a variety of positions during his football career. Now, he’s settling in as inside linebacker with the Jaguars.Change is the only constant in Southern linebacker Martin Henry’s life. Stemmi
Southern’s Martin Henry has played a variety of positions during his football career. Now, he’s settling in as inside linebacker with the Jaguars.
The Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
Change is the only constant in Southern linebacker Martin Henry’s life. Stemming back to his days of high school ball in his hometown of Philadelphia, it’s easier for Henry to name positions he hasn’t played. From quarterback to long snapper, he’s... Read more
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TribLIVE
$420M in college aid snagged by budget impasseNearly $420 million earmarked for state grants to 153,585 Pennsylvania college
$420M in college aid snagged by budget impasse
TribLIVE / Posted 17 days ago
Nearly $420 million earmarked for state grants to 153,585 Pennsylvania college students is in limbo thanks to the state budget stalemate. The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, or PHEAA — the agency that disburses the grants — notified... Read more
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TribLIVE
New features dot landscape for Allegheny County school districtsA videography class will be offered to high school students in a new videograph
New features dot landscape for Allegheny County school districts
TribLIVE / Posted 17 days ago
A videography class will be offered to high school students in a new videography studio that resulted from the senior project of a recent Avonworth graduate. The high school also will offer a course, The History of American Music. The district... Read more
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TribLIVE
More small business insights from HillaryIt took only a few minutes for an email to arrive last Monday morning after Sim
More small business insights from Hillary
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
It took only a few minutes for an email to arrive last Monday morning after Simba, our golden retriever, true to his genetic makeup, enthusiastically retrieved the Trib from our driveway. The email commented on my column that morning about Hillary... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Professional video gaming a booming trend with growing revenue, benefits for small business owners Aug. 09, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - They're not archetypal athletes. Their
Professional video gaming a booming trend with growing revenue, benefits for small business owners
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
Aug. 09, 2015 @ 12:01 AM HUNTINGTON - They're not archetypal athletes. Their equipment is electronic, their opponents number in the thousands, and... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
Sports briefsFormer Coon Rapids goaltender Justin Ball signed with Robert Morris University
Sports briefs
ABC Newspapers / Posted 21 days ago
Former Coon Rapids goaltender Justin Ball signed with Robert Morris University Illinois for the 2015-16 season. Ball played for the Nashville Junior Predators of the NA3HL, going 17-1 with a 1.44 goals against average and .928 saves percentage.... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
WGH Auxiliary awards $19,000 in scholarshipsThanks to area community support of its many fund raisers such as the Christmas
WGH Auxiliary awards $19,000 in scholarships
Warren Times Observer / Posted 22 days ago
Thanks to area community support of its many fund raisers such as the Christmas basket raffle, the June benefit dinner-dance and the many hospital lobby sales, the WGH Auxiliary this year was able to award 19 student scholarships. Students receiving... Read more
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TribLIVE
Port Vue officials implement restrictions on borough roadsPort Vue is putting weight limits and other restrictions on some borough roads
Port Vue officials implement restrictions on borough roads
TribLIVE / Posted 23 days ago
Port Vue is putting weight limits and other restrictions on some borough roads to deter large trucks from using them. Council on Wednesday approved an ordinance that amends regulations for Upston and Lysle avenues. It establishes a permit and bond... Read more
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TribLIVE
Newsmaker: Kasey WallsWalls recently was awarded an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship for collaborating to
Newsmaker: Kasey Walls
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
Walls recently was awarded an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship for collaborating to create a bookmobile program for low-income neighborhoods in western Allegheny County. Occupation: Registered nurse at Southwood Psychiatric Hospital in... Read more
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TribLIVE
Western Pennyslvania’s smaller nonprofits play big economic roleAllegheny County's community nonprofits pay $1.8 billion in annual wages to mor
Western Pennyslvania’s smaller nonprofits play big economic role
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
Allegheny County's community nonprofits pay $1.8 billion in annual wages to more than 75,000 employees, representing almost 11 percent of the workforce countywide, a study obtained by the Tribune-Review found. The research spotlights the increasing... Read more
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The Morning Call
New executive director Jennifer Heppel wants to enhance the Patriot League's reputationAs she attended the Patriot League football preseason luncheon on Tuesday at Gr
New executive director Jennifer Heppel wants to enhance the Patriot League's reputation
The Morning Call / Posted 24 days ago
As she attended the Patriot League football preseason luncheon on Tuesday at Green Pond Country Club, Jennifer Heppel, the league's new executive director, was happy to be in Lehigh Valley, even if most of her possessions were still en route. "This... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
After building a career on touring and mixtapes, Taylor Gang rapper Chevy Woods releases his first official EPGrowing up in Hazelwood, Chevy Woods learned first-hand how to make money in un
After building a career on touring and mixtapes, Taylor Gang rapper Chevy Woods releases his first official EP
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 24 days ago
Growing up in Hazelwood, Chevy Woods learned first-hand how to make money in unconventional ways. This was long before his music took him around the world, but the mentality stuck with him, and became integral to his artistic approach. For most... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Arena GM To Focus More On HockeyOn Tuesday, David Leathers, Jamestown Center City Development Corporation board
Arena GM To Focus More On Hockey
The Post-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
On Tuesday, David Leathers, Jamestown Center City Development Corporation board of directors co-president, said Brian Cersosimo will no longer be the general manager of the arena in order to focus directly on the Southern Tier Xpress. The Jamestown... Read more
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TribLIVE
Private schools fill void in driver education in Western PennsylvaniaJaida Syrek is itching to get behind the wheel but isn't ready to do it alone.
Private schools fill void in driver education in Western Pennsylvania
TribLIVE / Posted 25 days ago
Jaida Syrek is itching to get behind the wheel but isn't ready to do it alone. The 10th-grader's school, Ambridge Area Senior High School, discontinued the behind-the-wheel portion of driver's education three years ago, so Jaida will hit the road,... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Arena GM To Focus More On Hockey TeamOn Tuesday, David Leathers, Jamestown Center City Development Corporation board
Arena GM To Focus More On Hockey Team
The Post-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
On Tuesday, David Leathers, Jamestown Center City Development Corporation board of directors co-president, said Brian Cersosimo will no longer be the general manager of the arena in order to focus directly on the Southern Tier Xpress. The Jamestown... Read more
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The Daily Dunklin Democrat
Former area basketball coach critically injured in FloridaChris Pobst -- SEMO News Service FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Longtime basketball
Former area basketball coach critically injured in Florida
The Daily Dunklin Democrat / Posted 26 days ago
Chris Pobst -- SEMO News Service FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Longtime basketball coach David Heeb was involved in a deadly car crash early Saturday morning in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. According to a report from WSVN out of Miami, Heeb, 36, collided with... Read more
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Standard Democrat
Former Missouri basketball coach David Heeb critically injured in crashFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Longtime basketball coach David Heeb was involved in a
Former Missouri basketball coach David Heeb critically injured in crash
Standard Democrat / Posted 26 days ago
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Longtime basketball coach David Heeb was involved in a deadly car crash early Saturday morning in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. According to a report from WSVN out of Miami, Heeb, 36, collided with 23-year-old Regis Dorcilus who... Read more
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TribLIVE
Hillary Clinton: ‘Small-business president’?In May, Hillary Clinton announced that she wanted to be “a small-business presi
Hillary Clinton: ‘Small-business president’?
TribLIVE / Posted 27 days ago
In May, Hillary Clinton announced that she wanted to be “a small-business president.” She said she would “cut the red tape” that is tying down America's entrepreneurs and small-business owners. Commenting on what she discovered on her nationwide... Read more
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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
UB Graduate School of Education helps students visualize complex calculus conceptsWhen students begin to study calculus, equations and their graphs are mostly dr
UB Graduate School of Education helps students visualize complex calculus concepts
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 30 days ago
When students begin to study calculus, equations and their graphs are mostly drawn on a “flat” plane. It’s when students proceed to advanced calculus that they find paper and pencil inadequate. A new project by UB's Graduate School of Education sets... Read more

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