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Associated PressForget the seven Tour de France victories. Forget the yellow jersey celebrations on the Champs Elysees. Forget the name that dominated the sport of cycling for so many years. As far as cycling’s governing body is concerned, Lance Armstrong is out...
Tags: Lance Armstrong, Cancer, Trials, Cycling, Johan Bruyneel
Name: Jim and Sue Gindlesperger Age: Jim is 71, Sue is 64 City in which you reside: Johnstown, Pa. Day job: Jim is safety manager at Carnegie Mellon University, Sue is a travel consultant at AAA Book title: "So You Think You Know Antietam? The...
Religious broadcaster makes stop in Hagerstown after filming at Gettysburg (Pa.) National Military Parkdavem@herald-mail.comA broadcaster with the Seventh-day Adventist Church made a stop in Hagerstown Sunday night after completing some filming at Gettysburg (Pa.) National Military Park. Pastor John Bradshaw produces regular segments for the program “It Is Written,&...
email@example.comBlues music might not be listed in Kate Fortin's top favorite musical genres, but that doesn't mean the 25-year-old artist can't appreciate how the music makes people feel. It's being able to express that feeling on canvas might be one reason Fortin...
Shepherd University and the Division of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education will host a workshop, "Bullying Prevention: Making Our Schools a Safe Place to Learn," for middle and secondary educators, administrators, social workers, parents and the...
Shepherd University and the Division of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education will host a workshop “Bullying Prevention: Making Our Schools a Safe Place to Learn” for middle and secondary educators, administrators, social workers, parents,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThey're too young to remember Sept. 11, 2001, but on the tenth anniversary of the attacks this Sunday, many of the participants in Girls Inc. of Washington County have big plans. "I will donate blood so I can show my goodness and time." "I will pray for...
After the coffee. Before figuring out what to do this weekend. The Skinny: Loyal readers know what a big fan I was of ABC's "Nashville." That's why last night's season finale was such a disappointment. What was once a cool breeze on a humid night is...
After the coffee. Before getting through two upfronts in one day. The Skinny: It's a beautiful day here in New York. Too bad I'll spend it indoors at the NBC and Fox upfronts, and then running in and out of Starbucks to steal their Wi-Fi to file blog...
The Hartford CourantCindy Crawford, the model and businesswoman, sat with a television crew at the Connecticut State Library on Wednesday, apparently being interviewed for a program that traces the genealogy of celebrities. People at the library when Crawford was being...
ABC is expected to finally fill a key position in its scheduling department by tapping Whitney Holland as its new vice president of program planning and acquisitions, according to people close to her and ABC. Holland joins ABC from OWN, the cable...
If Rupert Murdoch had gotten his way, the miniseries "The Bible" might very well have ended up airing on the Fox News Channel instead of the History channel, where it was a huge hit. Murdoch, the chairman and chief executive of News Corp., was hot for...
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