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Airdrie Aldermen Ron Chapman and Fred Burley were doused with buckets of ice cold water by members of the Airdrie Fire Department outside City Hall on Aug. 18 as they took up the Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds and awareness for ALS.
This week, Boston College hockey fans and supporters were shocked when incoming freshman Sonny Milano chose to bypass the NCAA road to the pros in favor of a contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
It's awesome to see members of the Oklahoma State family step up for charity. Burns Hargis, Mike Gundy, Travis Ford, Dez Bryant, Marcus Smart, Markel Brown, Michael Cobbins, Jeff Newberry, and Justin Gilbert have all completed the ALS Challenge.
One of the Eagles' top 2015 recruiting targets has made a decision. Four-star recruit Terance Mann, a shooting guard from The Tilton School in New Hampshire, has verbally committed to Florida State, announcing his commitment via Twitter.
Hours after he finished raising over $100,000 for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis research, former Boston College and Babson College hockey player Corey Griffin died in a diving accident in Nantucket.
New York, NY - The New York Rangers agreed to terms with free agent forward Kevin Hayes on Wednesday.
From front, Vladimir Kilinksy, Alexander Beliavsky, Shimon Walt, and Ayala Barel moved items out of a Beacon Street apartment in Brookline in 1975.
A whopping 83 percent of Americans think there should be a law that prohibits kids 9 and under from playing at the park unsupervised, despite the fact that most of them no doubt grew up doing just that.
Fortunately, SAT Subject Tests are not ordinarily part of the admissions rat race.
By now your Facebook page has been filled with videos of friends getting doused with buckets of ice water.
Ed Fox, co-founder of Camp Hill-based video production company, Media Boomtown, accepts and passes on the Ice Bucket Challenge, a viral internet sensation that has raised more than $15 million for the ALS Association.
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Being a student-athlete at Boston College means more than just performing well on the field and in the classroom.
Earlier in the week, word came down that Hackensack native and former Southern Miss wing Aaron Brown had been granted his release , and could transfer to play elsewhere as a fifth year transfer.
The pay lake investigation started last year after the Bullitt County Drug Task Force received a tip that Bennett was selling narcotics and stolen merchandise out of the business.
The latest social media phenomenon of dumping ice water on your head in the name of charity has arrived at Garfield High School.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:45 pm
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