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Water filtration project earns students $75K in technology  NewsCenterMaine.com

A group of students at Noble High School built a water filtration system that's installed at the Berwick Water Department and that won their school $75000 in ...



Berwick High pitching staff has been crucial to team's success  StMaryNow.com

During preseason practice, Berwick High School assistant baseball coach Lud Henry, who also works with the pitching staff, watched his pitchers throwing ...



Brunson, Perkins inducted into Berwick Athletic Hall of Fame  StMaryNow.com

Scott Perkins and Dr. Erica St. Romain Brunson may live almost 2000 miles apart, but the duo's families are closer than one may think.



UPDATE: St. Mary School Superintendent addresses Berwick High School football player kneeling  KLFY

BERWICK, La. (KLFY) UPDATE: St. Mary Parish Superintendent of Schools Leonard Armato provided a statement on the school district's stance to students ...



DISTRICT 2 BASEBALL: Valley View beats Berwick in 4A semifinals  Scranton Times-Tribune

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Cleston V. Staples  The Keene Sentinel

Cleston V. Staples. Cleston V. “Cles” Staples, 71, of Dublin, died on Monday, July 23, 2018, at his home with his family by his side after a brief battle with cancer.



Annual Awards Shortlist 2018 | News | News & Events | RYA  Royal Yachting Association

More information around the RYA Scotland Annual Awards.



Berwick's Terdiman set for 2nd Olympics - Sports  Citizens Voice

Practicality or passion. That's the life-changing decision Jayson Terdiman faced in 2007. On one hand, he was a talented student who graduated from Berwick ...



Kenan Jones signs with LSU  StMaryNow.com

Kenan Jones is a cool customer, until he's asked about playing in LSU's Tiger Stadium on a Saturday night. His eyes lit up and a big smile followed.



Two Berwick High students win two special scholarships  StMaryNow.com

Two local high school seniors, Isabelle Boudreaux and Destini' Catchings of Berwick High School, received the Glenn Arementor $10000 Pay It Forward ...



North Berwick High School appears on prestigious list of UK’s top state secondaries  The Scottish Sun

The East Lothian secondary school was Scotland's only representative on the 20-strong list produced by Tatler magazine. By Sarah Barns. 6th January 2018 ...



Lafourche Parish School Board: District 1 candidates want new revenue sources  Houma Courier

The majority of Lafourche Parish School Board District 1 candidates agree on two things: the board size needs to be reduced, and teachers and staff deserve a ...



MCHS' Hebert to conclude stellar prep career this weekend  StMaryNow.com

Morgan City High School's Kennedy Hebert has made it look so easy on the softball field.



Longtime wrestling coach Yates to enter Alle-Kiski Valley Sports Hall of Fame  Tribune-Review

Near the start of his first season as wrestling coach at Berwick High School in 1988, New Kensington native Ernie Yates received a reality check from his boss.



North Berwick High head girl is heading to South America  East Lothian Courier

A NORTH Berwick High School pupil “can't wait” to travel more than 4000 miles to spend a year volunteering in South America.



Schools get energy incentive checks  StMaryNow.com

CENTERVILLE — The St. Mary Parish School Board is reaping the benefits of renovations as the board was refunded by Cleco through its Schools and Cities ...



UPDATE: All-Time High School Football Wins List  High School Football America

Three teams entered the exclusive 800 All-Time Wins Club during the 2017 season. Hampton (Virginia) Berwick (Pennsylvania) and Steubenville (Ohio) won ...



Hut set alight near ponies on North Berwick Law  East Lothian Courier

A DISUSED hut was set alight on North Berwick Law yesterday afternoon - just yards from the Exmoor ponies.



From Manager To Walk On: Penn State Softball’s Ashton Mensinger Enjoying Unexpected Opportunity  Onward State

After spending two years as the team's manager, senior Ashton Mensinger stepped into the circle for Penn State to play competitive softball for the first time since ...



Finding Foster Families: Officials struggle to meet demand  Sunbury Daily Item

Jerod Waller slides a backpack weighted with college texts from his shoulders, no doubt relieving the 19-year-old's thin frame.



Cammy Hutchison sets sights on pro deal after a year in France  East Lothian Courier

NORTH Berwick rugby ace Cammy Hutchison is targeting a professional contract on his return from a year on the French Riviera.



Greatest successes of late Berwick coaching legend George Curry brought to life on film  Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

BERWICK — The legend of George Curry wasn't solely built on the back of his 455 career coaching victories, six Pennsylvania state championships or…



North Berwick dentist's restrictions after concern over 'failures'  East Lothian Courier

A NORTH Berwick dentist has had restrictions placed on his registration with the GDC after concern over “fundamental and basic failures in…



UPDATE: And the winners are...Glenn Armentor awards five students $10,000 scholarships  KLFY

UPDATE: Five high school seniors from across Acadiana will be attending the University of Louisiana at Lafayette on a full-ride scholarship through the Glenn ...



Winningest high school football coach in Pennsylvania dies  Philly.com

The Berwick community has lost its beloved football coach. George Curry, who guided the Northeastern Pennsylvania school to six PIAA Class 3A state ...



North Berwick trains remain cancelled as work to remove snow from lines continues  East Lothian Courier

TRAINS to and from North Berwick remain cancelled today as Network Rail battles to clear heavy snowfall from the line.



Mairi O'Keefe to retire from Leuchie House  East Lothian Courier

MAIRI O'Keefe is to stand down as chief executive of Leuchie House after 15 years at the helm of the national respite centre.



Plans for 'community hub' for all generations in North Berwick  East Lothian Courier

PROPOSALS for a “multi-generational community hub” to be built on the disused Lime Grove site in North Berwick have been revealed.



Former Berwick head football coach George Curry fighting ALS  Washington Times

Snow dusted parts of Crispin Field on a cold Friday morning. Inside the office at the fieldhouse sat George Curry. In the same room where he plotted Berwick's ...



Much-missed teacher inspired new head girl  East Lothian Courier

A MUCH-MISSED former primary school teacher inspired this year's Head Girl at North Berwick High School to apply for the role.



ScotRail apologise as passengers face packed rush hour train on North Berwick line  East Lothian Courier

PASSENGERS have launched *fresh* criticism of ScotRail after the morning train from North Berwick to Edinburgh had just three carriages on it at rush hour.



Life-long friends are North Berwick High School head boy and head girl  East Lothian Courier

TWO life-long friends are this year's head boy and head girl at North Berwick High School.



Dirty Diary: This week I'm travelling with time lords, mining for digital gold but steering well clear of Buckie in North Berwick  HeraldScotland

Time lording it. 0 comment. IF you've learned to drive a magic police box backwards and forwards through time, operate a sonic screwdriver and swear in ...



Chris Dean: North Berwick rugby star revels in 1872 Cup winning try  East Lothian Courier

RUGBY ace Chris Dean said his match-winning try for Edinburgh over Glasgow Warriors over Christmas “will stick with me for a long time”.



'Hold That Tiger!' LSU welcomes 2018 early signees  WAFB.com

With Wednesday's National Signing Day, Coach Ed Orgeron and the LSU Tigers have added some talent to its roster.



The north-south divide: a tale of two academies  The Guardian

This is a tale of two secondary schools, 350 miles apart: one just a few miles south of the Scottish border in Berwick-upon-Tweed; the other in the London ...



Ex-Musselburgh man who deliberately infected men with HIV loses legal challenge  East Lothian Courier

A FORMER Musselburgh man found guilty of deliberately trying to infect 10 men with HIV has lost challenges against his conviction and sentence.



Emotional last day for retiring Maureen Tremmel  East Lothian Courier

WHEN the school bell sounded last Friday it brought down the curtain on a 39-year teaching career for one county headteacher.



Inspirational Charlie Kay to lead out beloved Manchester City ahead of derby  East Lothian Courier

A KIND-HEARTED North Berwick youngster will lead out his beloved Manchester City as they look to clinch the Premier League title tomorrow (Saturday).



Ross High School bids farewell to 'legend'  East Lothian Courier

ROSS High School has waved goodbye to one of the school's stalwarts, Charlie Scott.



Scotland's youngest lifeboat volunteer joins his dad on Dunbar crew  East Lothian Courier

A SCHOOLBOY has become Scotland's youngest RNLI lifeboat volunteer – but his face is more than a little familiar to the crew.



Gullane woman's spice blend is champion at Scotland's Food and Drink Excellence Awards  East Lothian Courier

A TASTY business formed after a trip to India has scooped a national award.



Musselburgh student thrilled to be declared cancer free  East Lothian Courier

MUSSELBURGH student Dan Taylor says he feels “extremely happy and relieved” to finally be cancer free after an eight-month battle with the…



Tributes paid to Burns stalwart who died in car accident  East Lothian Courier

TRIBUTES are being paid to a leading Burns Club veteran Ian Wightman after he was tragically killed in a road accident in the early hours of…



Tributes paid to 20-year-old cyclist Ben Forsyth  East Lothian Courier

TRIBUTES have poured in after the death of a young cycling champion from Musselburgh at the age of 20.



Tim's Tales: Marije's beech tree  East Lothian Courier

SOMETIMES the story you find is not the one you expected.



Tranent woman's key part in new BBC One game show Chase the Case  East Lothian Courier

TRANENT actress and comedienne Debs Anderson is set to star in an upcoming BBC One game show.



Cashier tells of how she thwarted knife-wielding robber in Dunbar  East Lothian Courier

A BRAVE cashier has told how she thwarted a knife-wielding thug at a petrol station in Dunbar.



Dealer's children were living in 'a drugs den', says sheriff  East Lothian Courier

A DRUG dealer who was told he had brought up his two children in “a drugs den” has been jailed for 18 months.



Artwork escapes damage in fire and goes on show  East Lothian Courier

A WORK of art which escaped damage during a fire which swept through a county home has gone on display in a national exhibition.



Tim's Tales: A Hallowe'en tale  East Lothian Courier

HIDDEN on the edge of Gifford woods are the lonely ruins of Yester Castle. The remains of the castle are ancient and the oldest part is called…



Prestonpans housebreaker caught with stolen TV in his arms  East Lothian Courier

A YOUNG housebreaker was caught holding a stolen TV in his arms when he disturbed a woman sleeping in the home.



Aldan Borough Council appoints new mayor | News | delcotimes.com  The Delaware County Daily Times

ALDAN >> Council unanimously appointed Carmen Maniaci as the borough's new mayor.



Prestonpans Christmas Parade is scrapped  East Lothian Courier

THE annual Prestonpans Christmas Parade has been scrapped by organisers in favour of a smaller town hall event.



Grandad wants to help raise awareness of MND  East Lothian Courier

A GRANDFATHER-of-seven is vowing to raise awareness about a condition which has left him unable to speak after presenting a cheque to charity.



Family join together in memory of Rev Jennifer Macrae  East Lothian Courier

SEVEN family members – aged seven to 61 – are raising money in memory of a much-missed Haddington church minister.



From scorer to keeper to hospital as Haddington footballer Declan suffers serious injury  East Lothian Courier

A HADDINGTON footballer is recovering at home after suffering a serious injury – sustained while deputising as a goalkeeper for the first time in…



Shock party thrown for Tranent radio DJ to send him to Australia  East Lothian Courier

TRANENT DJ and fundraiser Davie Martin got a big shock at the weekend when a surprise party was thrown for him. . . and the funds raised will send him to ...



Haddington welcomes new community police officer  East Lothian Courier

HADDINGTON'S new community police officer has vowed to do all he can to ensure the town remains “a fantastic place to live and work”.



East Lothian youngster to appear on CITV gameshow  East Lothian Courier

A NORTH Berwick youngster is appearing on a national children's TV show this weekend.



VIDEO: Longniddry pupils deliver message to their village  East Lothian Courier

YOUNGSTERS at Longniddry Primary School launched their Bubbles Beat Balloons campaign this morning.



Tatler publishes state schools guide for 'people like us'  TES News

'Wake up, world,' the magazine says. 'These days, most people like us can't necessarily afford to go private'



Dad documenting battle with cancer sets up charity football team  East Lothian Courier

AN INSPIRATIONAL dad who has been documenting his battle with terminal cancer has set up his own charity football team.



Plaque installed to mark home of champion golfer  East Lothian Courier

A MUSSELBURGH couple have created a lasting legacy to a local golfer and winner of the first Open Championship. . . after discovering they have…



Councillor speaks out after battle with sepsis  East Lothian Courier

A COUNCILLOR has revealed how the quick actions of his wife saved his life after he fell victim to life-threatening sepsis.



Driver's incredible escape after tree lands on roof of his car  East Lothian Courier

A RETIRED council official and a charity shop manager have spoken of their miraculous escapes after trees fell on busy roads during storms last week.



Ex-Commonwealth Games synchronised swimmer taking on the Forth  East Lothian Courier

A FORMER champion synchronised swimmer is returning to the water – but this time swapping the comfort of the pool to swim across the Forth at…



Special day planned to mark 100 years since end of First World War  East Lothian Courier

COMMUNITY groups in Dunbar are being invited to join forces to commemorate a century since the end of the First World War.



Lifeboat volunteer recognised for 20 years of lifesaving work  East Lothian Courier

A KEY member of Dunbar's lifeboat team has been rewarded for 20 years of saving lives at sea.



Disabled war veteran's memorial garden is 'trampled on'  East Lothian Courier

A DISABLED war veteran has criticised a housing charity after workers sent out to repair blocked guttering allegedly damaged a garden of remembrance…



Dunbar stalwart Stephen Bunyan praised after leaving chairman role  East Lothian Courier

A LONG-STANDING community council chairman who has dedicated more than 40 years to Dunbar has revealed, as he stepped down last week, that he only…



Teenage track star Maria Lyle praised for speaking out on mental health  East Lothian Courier

INSPIRATIONAL sprint star Maria Lyle has spoken out about her struggle with her mental health, saying she has had a “tough year” as she…



Clive Russell from Game of Thrones is filming with North Berwick producer John McKay  East Lothian Courier

The new film tells the tale of two African slave sisters and is being filmed in Scotland.



Folk favourites Yard of Ale ready for two good causes  East Lothian Courier

Popular Musselburgh band Yard of Ale is set to present two concerts for local good causes this autumn.



Tim's Tales: Silence breeds intolerance  East Lothian Courier

IT WAS 1636 and the authorities of Haddington were not sure what to do with the prisoners. They had languished in the town's tollbooth for a month.



Two pitchers, two journeys: A Penn State softball duo heads for senior day  The Daily Collegian Online

When Penn State leaves Beard Field for the final this season on Sunday, the intersection of two completely different paths will become complete. Pitchers ...



North Berwick ace Lewis Carmichael on 'great experience' of facing All Blacks stars in Super Rugby debut  East Lothian Courier

NORTH Berwick rugby ace Lewis Carmichael is “absolutely loving” his time in Australia after making his debut at the weekend – lining up…



Haddington woman dies after falling unwell at party for Lord Steel's son  East Lothian Courier

THE son of former Liberal leader Lord Steel is “devastated” by the death of a Haddington woman who fell unwell at a party in his home.



Tim's Tales: Johnny Moat forever!  East Lothian Courier

I REMEMBER some years ago I was filming beside Johnny Moat, telling the story of the legend attached to it. Johnny Moat is the name given to the…



Public give DEP an earful on gas-fired power plant proposed for Salem Township  Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

BERWICK — About twice as many people spoke out against a natural gas-fired power plant proposed for Salem Township as supported it Wednesday at a ...



'Cat hoarder' evicted as more than 20 cats rescued from her home  East Lothian Courier

A WOMAN described as a “cat hoarder” by an animal charity has been evicted from her home after a 15-month court battle with East Lothian Housing…



Josh Taylor: Fights Ryan Martin in Glasgow on November 3 in World Boxing Super Series  East Lothian Courier

BOXING superstar Josh Taylor will face American Ryan Martin in Glasgow in November, it has been confirmed this morning (Friday).



Man drove over his own friend after street fight, then fled  East Lothian Courier

AFTER driving over his own friend following a street fight, a Haddington man fled the scene.



Jock and Margaret Stein offer pancakes, poetry and painting at John Gray Centre  East Lothian Courier

TWO retired church ministers are sharing their hobbies of painting and poetry – as well as pancakes – at a special event in Haddington next week.



Hundreds back campaign to save Gullane Bowling Club from closure  East Lothian Courier

A CAMPAIGN to secure the future of Gullane Bowling Club has been backed by hundreds of local residents and East Lothian's MSP.



Sturgeon withdraws from conference featuring Steve Bannon  East Lothian Courier

Scotland's First Minister said she would not be part of the journalism event with the former White House strategist.



Girl 'taken from classroom to be questioned by police over abortion pills'  East Lothian Courier

The teenager's mother is taking a judicial review against the decision to charge her for procuring the medication online.



Beano Cook's Two-Heisman Trophy prediction for Ron Powlus still an all-timer - Freezing Cold Takes  The Comeback

Beano Cook was and still remains a college football icon. Every sport needs to have voices to comment on the game that help us understand everything ...



Tranent fundraiser Scott Glynn ready for latest Walk with Scott  East Lothian Courier

INSPIRATIONAL fundraiser Scott Glynn admits that this year's Walk with Scott on Saturday is one he is very glad to be around for.



Former Preston Athletic boss now a coach at Manchester United  East Lothian Courier

A FORMER Preston Athletic manager is now on the coaching staff at Manchester United.



WVC girls tennis season features plenty of competition  Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

The 2017 Wyoming Valley Conference high school girls tennis season is underway, and it looks to be a highly competitive race to the top.



Music teacher fondled schoolgirl, 14, during lessons  East Lothian Courier

A MUSIC teacher who fondled a young schoolgirl during one-to-one lessons at a secondary school in East Lothian has been placed on the sex…



Long-serving Gullane doctor retiring  East Lothian Courier

A FRIENDLY face at a county medical centre is getting ready to hang up her stethoscope after more than 20 years.



Dallas School District Superintendent Frank Galicki retiring on June 30 after 33 years with the district  The Dallas Post

After serving the Dallas School District in many capacities for 33 years, Superintendent Frank Galicki has retired. Dr Thomas Duffy, former principal at Dallas…



Scottish teacher is transforming school life in Rwanda  Third Force News

A school trip to Africa in 2009 transformed life for one North Berwick High School pupil and a whole community in Rwanda. Kari Spence, now a 26-year-old PE ...



New Haddington RFC coach Kieran Cooney 'delighted' to take over as Rhodri Thomas stands down  East Lothian Courier

HADDINGTON RFC have named Scottish Rugby's schools and youth partnership officer as the club's new head coach.



Plans getting drawn up for Haddstock festival  East Lothian Courier

TWELVE hours of live music will fill Haddington this summer as Haddstock festival returns.



Tynong North and Frankston killings remain some of Australia’s worst unsolved murders  Herald Sun

A CRANBOURNE woman is pleading for public help to solve the Tynong North murders 35 years after the discovery of three bodies dumped in bushland.



Vet gets to work through snow storm thanks to help of horse  East Lothian Courier

IT WAS not quite 'High Ho Silver away' but a county vet was able to call upon her trusty steed to overcome the snow and get to work.



Calls to tackle Edinburgh Bypass gridlock as tram system to Musselburgh mooted  East Lothian Courier

MUSSELBURGH'S MSP has backed calls for improvements to the Edinburgh City Bypass – while suggesting extending a tram or light rail system to the…



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