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The high school baseball post season begins with a WPIAL playoff game Wednesday.
The Pegasus Parade in downtown Louisville features colorful floats, marching bands, celebrities and more in the oldest and founding event of the Kentucky Derby Festival.
The 6-foot-5 senior guard at Seneca Valley literally brings the game to a halt.
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
The report includes four Pittsburgh area districts among its top 15 high schools.
Students could have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 8,300 National Merit Scholarships in 2014.
The resolution cites a special report from the auditor general addressing disparities in the funding formula.
Schools, Arts, Journeys
Cranberry and Adams dancers from the Bell School of Irish Dance traveled with other competing students to the World Irish Dancing Championships in Boston.
Schools, Local Connections
Seneca Valley graduate Patrick Howley is the youngest Penn State alumni to enter the race.
John Fetterman talks about the importance of education and respecting each other’s differences.
In an open letter, Harris writes that the NCAA president was wrong to include Paterno on his list of coaches fired for misdeeds.
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