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Tommy Helms left Mecklenberg County in 1959 to start his pro baseball career...Seven years later, Helms was the Rookie of the Year in the National League for the Cincinnati Reds. Fifty-four years later, the former All-Star second baseman was inducted
A Charlotte hedge fund manager has agreed to plead guilty to securities fraud for hiding investment losses that cost his victims at least $8.9 million, according to court documents. Stephen Ewing Maiden agreed to plead guilty to one count of
Durham advocacy group, attacked Duke Energy's environmental record Wednesday in a full-page Observer ad the day before Duke's annual shareholder meeting. Protests focused on Duke's contributions to global warming it's the nation's second-largest
Steamboat Springs Dean Smith spent more than half his life in the military...At age 60, the assistant manager of Yampa Valley Regional Airport glows when he talks about the service to his country that started at the advice of a judge when he was 17.
Perhaps no one in Greenwich understands the concept better than Tom Harrington. Now a Greenwich resident, Harrington was a college basketball referee for 28 years, 20 of which he spent officiating games in the Pac-10. Harrington was part of the crew
Friday, Apr. 05, 2013 In all these years Eric Montross had never watched it again, because he played in North Carolina's 1993 national championship victory against Michigan and, if anything, the memory grew more vivid and sweeter with age. I had in
How cutting down nets became a championship tradition Posted: 04/04/2013 11:52:39 AM PDT Updated: 04/04/2013 11:52:41 AM PDT Shortly after the final horn sounds next week and a new college basketball champion is crowned, one of the greatest
Search Ran Deeper Than Previously Thought An earlier assertion that there had only been one round of faculty email searches to find the source of leaks about last year's Harvard cheating scandal has been proven false, The Harvard Crimson reports...
Municipal Auditorium was still is poorly lit, full of corners and angles, even more so back in 1957. The silence had everything to do with Rosenbluth and North Carolina. Still undefeated after a triple-overtime win over Michigan State in the
Remember when Tubby Smith danced and Trevor Mbakwe put his coach in a fireman's carry and the Gophers locker room shook in jubilation?...One miserable 30-minute stretch against Iowa on Sunday turned the Gophers back into a lifeless bunch playing