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Superintendent Jennifer Cheatham cites previous lack of \"long-term vision\" in presenting 2013-14 budget for Madison schools \n \n by Bennet Goldstein \n on Tuesday 07/16/2013 2:19 pm \n \"What I don\'t see enough of is... options that we can create
In less than a minute, Walkersville's Tyra Hughes scored seven unanswered points, prompting a Tuscarora timeout. As Hughes trotted back onto the court after the break, she got a pat on the back from teammate Dani Medovich, who was in street clothes.
The schools kick off a renewed era in the 84-year-old facility by facing each other tonight at 7. CBS and Jesuit square off for the annual Holy Bowl next Saturday in a rivalry game that is expected to draw up to 16,000 fans. Tonight marks the first
Ohio (AP) The decision by Ohio Gov. John Kasich to veto a $1 million pilot program that would test a treatment for painkiller addicts in trouble with the law hasn't stopped substance abuse centers from looking for ways to fund their own use of the
A recent plea from New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady inspired a Massachusetts man to donate one of his kidneys to a complete stranger. Peter Hughes, 48, told New England Cable News he had long considered becoming an organ donor but the star
Clara Hughes flashes her poster-perfect smile as she points to the purple D.I.F.D. band on her left wrist...It's a reminder of the Olympic athlete's own "spiral of darkness" sleeping 18 hours a day and spending her waking hours in tears. "Even
00 am \n The Urban League of Greater Madison said Friday that it will ask the Madison school board to vote again on its Madison Prep proposal on Feb. 27. \n\n The proposal, which was rejected by the school board on Dec.
52 am \n \n In a 5-2 vote, the Madison school board early Tuesday morning rejected a proposal to open a charter school intended to help close the district's 43-year-old racial achievement gap.\n \n \n The vote caps more than 18 months of heated
Added 12 minutes ago Text size B oston College free safety Hampton Hughes came of age in a fervent football culture. The redshirt junior from Dallas has risen from walkon to scholarship athlete, and tomorrow he will make his 11th start of the season
Subscribers can log in and access digital editions and our archive...Energetic, idealistic individuals take on deadening bureaucracy and save poor kids from poverty and failure. These are the stories Steven Brill tells in his new book, Class Warfare: