NC State showing interest in former St. John's big man Chris Obekpa - Backing The Pack (blog)
— Backing The Pack (blog) NC State showing interest in former St. John's big man Chris Obekpa Backing The Pack (blog) In the latest installment of As The Transfer Market Turns, we have the case of ex-St. John's center Chris Obekpa, who announced late last month his intent to transfer. Obepka has one year of eligibility remaining and is not a graduate, so he'll sit out ... Former St. John's center visiting Minnesota this weekend NBCSports.com Morning Rumble: Chris Obekpa visiting Minnesota, Kyle Washington to Cincinnati Rumble In The Garden all 8 news articles »
NC minor league team cancels John Rocker appearance - SportingNews.com
— SportingNews.com NC minor league team cancels John Rocker appearance SportingNews.com The Carolina Mudcats, a Single-A affiliate of the Braves, announced Wednesday that the team has canceled a scheduled appearances by former Braves reliever John Rocker. After careful consideration,the Carolina Mudcats have decided to cancel Thursdays ...
Why departure of a NYC HS star has St. John's worried - New York Post
— New York Post Why departure of a NYC HS star has St. John's worried New York Post Four-star wing Maverick Rowan, the son of former St. John's star Ron Rowan, who is in the process of reclassifying into the 2015 class, announced a final three of St. John's , N.C. State and Wisconsin on Monday. He recently visited the Queens school and ... and more »
NC legislators want Medicaid reform before expansion - Greenville Daily Reflector
— NC legislators want Medicaid reform before expansion Greenville Daily Reflector RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Despite a key win in the Supreme Court and pressure from liberal activists, North Carolina's legislative leaders said this past week that they have no plans to expand the state's Medicaid rolls through President Barack Obama's ... and more »
Parades, hot dogs, cold beer: America celebrates July 4 - Miami Herald
— Minneapolis Star Tribune Parades, hot dogs, cold beer: America celebrates July 4 Miami Herald The National Archives — which houses the Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights — also hosted a reading of the Declaration of Independence by re-enactors portraying Abigail Adams, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, ... America celebrates July 4 with parades, hot dogs, cold beer Myrtle Beach Sun News all 873 news articles »
More than 100 kids participate in annual Huck Finn Fishing contest - SILive.com
— SILive.com More than 100 kids participate in annual Huck Finn Fishing contest SILive.com Alexander Hightower, 4, of Wilmington, N.C , took the top prize for his Huck Finn costume and 4-year-old Justine Adone took second. Antonio Jude Tizzio, 9, won first-place for his Tom Sawyer costume and Andrew Cavagnaro, 7, was runner-up. Madison ... and more »
Film Review: 'Paper Towns' - Variety
— Variety Film Review: 'Paper Towns' Variety If it's authenticity these young adults seek, they could do far worse than this second film drawn from a John Green bestseller (after last year's hit “The Fault in Our Stars”): It may not subvert every cliche of the high-school romance genre, but ... and more »
Biltmore Forest Country Club golf course reopens - Asheville Citizen-Times
— Biltmore Forest Country Club golf course reopens Asheville Citizen-Times On a cloudy Saturday morning, 93 years later to the day, her great-grandson John Francis Amherst Cecil struck a similar shot to celebrate the end of an extensive — and expensive — renovation of one of North Carolina's top golf courses and signal that ...
Road closures, police security in place for Greensboro 4th festivities - myfox8.com
— myfox8.com Road closures, police security in place for Greensboro 4th festivities myfox8.com GREENSBORO, N.C. – Downtown Greensboro saw a three hour break from the rain Friday evening, which gave people just enough time to start their Independence Day holiday celebration. The annual Kickoff Block Party in the ... “We want the public to know ...
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