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NCAA tournament: Kentucky, Wisconsin set for Final Four rematch - Times Reporter
CLEVELAND — With everything at stake for Kentucky, the Wildcats stayed calm and made just enough plays to keep their unblemished season intact. The shot at history and another NCAA title are still in reach. Andrew Harrison made two free throws with six ...
Column: Central Catholic players learned life lessons in successful season - Times Reporter
The Tuscarawas Central Catholic High School boys basketball team provided its school and community with a season to remember. While the end result wasn’t what they had hoped for, this season said a lot about this team and Central Catholic High School.
NBA D-League: Paul leads Charge to victory - Times Reporter
CANTON CHARGE 99, IOWA ENERGY 90 Brandon Paul poured in 29 points and grabbed nine rebounds for Canton to lead the Charge to a win on the road over Iowa. Stephen Holt and Arinze Onuaku also contributed 14 points apiece for Canton. James Singleton added 12 ...
Impact of Ohio’s moves to reduce Lake Erie algae years away - Times Reporter
TOLEDO Ohio’s latest response to the toxic algae in Lake Erie that last year contaminated one of the state’s largest drinking water systems will put a stop to practices that environmentalists have complained about for years. Now the big question is ...
Virginia Ballentine, 85th birthday - Times Reporter
Virginia Ballentine will celebrate her 85th birthday on April 1st. She graduated from New Philadelphia High School in 1947. She married Jack Ballentine on Nov. 26, 1949. Together they operated their dairy farm for 33 years. Virginia served as secretary for ...
H.S. baseball: Jackson faces change, but winning culture remains - Times Reporter
• April 7 and 9 Federal League play begins against rival Hoover on the road and then at home, with both games starting at 5. • April 11 Jackson visits nationally-ranked Walsh Jesuit for an 11 a.m. Saturday game. • May 2 The Polar Bears host Central ...
Dover grad helps high school players reach next level - Times Reporter
Micah Mills is starting something he hopes will continue for a long time. The 2007 Dover High School graduate will host the T County Dream Big Invitation for some of the top sophomore and freshmen basketball players in Tuscarawas County today in the Dover ...
Angels on Track: Couple turns a tragedy into a legacy - Times Reporter
Twenty years later, it’s no easier for Vicky and Dennis Moore to talk about the death of their teenage son. Last week marked the anniversary of Ryan’s death in 1995. The car in which he was riding was struck by a train while crossing tracks south of ...
Opposing severance tax: Community leaders in eastern Ohio join coalition - Times Reporter
5% to a custodial fund called the Severance Tax Infrastructure Fund; 5% to a custodial fund called the Severance Tax Endowment Fund. Source: Ohio Legislative Service Commission Community leaders in eastern Ohio are part of a newly formed coalition that ...
Kipnis' home run helps lift Indians over Brewers - Times Reporter
Ryan Braun extended his torrid stretch with two more hits and two RBIs for the Milwaukee Brewers in a 3-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Saturday. After an 0-for-12 start this spring, Braun has 10 hits in his last 19 at-bats (.526) and is hitting .
Nets snap Cavaliers' winning streak at four - Times Reporter
The Brooklyn Nets played with the intensity of a team fighting for its postseason future, and the Cleveland Cavaliers couldn’t match it. Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez each scored 20 points, and the Nets snapped the Cavaliers’ four-game winning streak ...
Personality Profile: Charlene Holloway knew at a young age that she wanted to teach - Times Reporter
Education: Ridgewood High School 1969, Kent State University 1973 (bachelor’s degree), College of Mount St. Joseph in Cincinnati (master’s degree), and numerous other courses from various other universities. I became a nationally certified teacher in 2001.
Open job causes stir in Strasburg - Times Reporter
A recommendation by village administrator Ron Lambert to hire Dustin Briggs as an employee in the water and sewer department was met with opposition when village council met March 16. Immediately after Lambert made the recommendation, Councilman Martin ...
NCAA tournament: Wisconsin tops Arizona, returns to Final Four - Times Reporter
LOS ANGELES — Frank Kaminsky and the Wisconsin Badgers hung on to make the Final Four again. "Frank the Tank" scored 29 points, Sam Dekker added his second straight career high of 27 and the West Regional's top seed beat No. 2 Arizona 85-78 on Saturday ...
Taraji Henson Apologizes for Accusing Police of Racial Profiling - Times Reporter
Taraji P. Henson has apologized to the police officers that she accused of racially profiling her son during a traffic stop last year. During an interview with Uptown Magazine last month, the Empire star said her son, Marcell Johnson, 20, was racially ...