Sea Coast Echo
Artist of the Month: Jerome Anderson
The Sea Coast Echo's readers have selected Jerome Anderson as the inaugural Hancock County Artist of the Month.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
Former Xavier basketball star gets leadership post at First Financial Bank
Michael Davenport, who was a star basketball player at Xavier University, has been named director of community development and community reinvestment officer at First Financial Bank.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
A guest blog: More than a Telescope
When I was a young amateur astronomer growing up in southwestern Ohio, I had the pleasure of getting to know quite a few amateurs in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Best of New Orleans
The New New Orleans, Part 2: Alia Fleury
Alia Fleury grew up in Gentilly and moved to Metairie after Hurricane Katrina. When she's not studying chemistry, the Xavier University pre-med student is in the recording studio, writing lyrics for others and working on songs of her own.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
McAuley Taps '03 Alumna To Serve as New Principal
After an extensive nationwide search and interview process, Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School reached to its own ranks and appointed alumna Eileen Boyce '03, as the new principal.
Anime Midwest in Rosemont home to the fantastical
Kamal Khan of Lisle stands on a chair to play the role of Unit 02 while Liz Daley of Evergreen Park helps him put on his character's legs Saturday at the Anime Midwest convention in Rosemont.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Do you know your American history?
Do you know your American history? They are basic American history and government queries you'll find in a Civics 101 course.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Solo jazz guitar performer taking stage at Ducky's
The Catbird Jazz Society, in collaboration with the Festival by the Marsh and Ducky's Bar, presents Greg Amirault, in a solo jazz guitar performance , starting at 7:30 p.m., on Saturday, July 12, 2014, at Ducky's, in Sackville.
Sister Greta Jupiter is new congregation leader of Sisters of the Holy Family in New Orleans
Sister M. Greta Jupiter was elected Congregational Leader June 25 during the 14th General Chapter of the Sisters of the Holy Family in New Orleans .
Wed Jul 02, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Hockey, hospitality won heart of newcomer
Karol Boldis wasn't sure what to expect when he left his home in Slovakia and arrived in Cape Breton to finish high school and play hockey nearly two years ago.
Truro Daily News
Renowned Canadian guitarist stopping in Tatamagouche, Truro during tour
He's a former professor of guitar at St. Francis Xavier University, and has performed with jazz musicians such as Vic Juris, Gene Bertoncini, Lorne Lofsky and Slide Hampton.
Bangor Daily News
On Independence Day, liberty and learning each lean on the other
As we celebrate our nation's independence with hamburgers on the grill, a rousing rendition of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture and the requisite fireworks to round out the day, it's a good time to ponder what the founding fathers would make of our educational approach today.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
5 questions with the Buffalo Wings & Rings CEO, and you'll never...
Nader Masadeh is one of the owners and CEO of Buffalo Wings & Rings, the Union Township-based sports restaurant chain with 45 locations in the U.S. and 12 more overseas.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Financial News & Daily Record
First Coast Success: Willard Payne broke barriers to open doors for others
It was almost 40 years ago when the former Chicago public school teacher and administrator was awarded several McDonald's franchises in Jacksonville.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Shining a light on bright futures
Shine Academics graduates students Savannah Buckley, left and Chelsea Bundy, right, seated with Shine Academics founder Loran Morrison outside the Halifax North End Memorial Library on Gottingen Street.
Civil Rights Act started changing America a half-century ago
In the early 1960s, when Norman Francis and his son Michael were out for a drive, the youngster was dazzled when he saw the Martin Cinerama Theater being built on Tulane Avenue.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
MacLeod weaving volume to be launched
For over 60 years, Eveline MacLeod's life has been woven into the art and craft of weaving in Cape Breton.
New Director of Assessment
Xiufeng Liu, professor and associate dean for interdisciplinary research in the Graduate School of Education, has been named the inaugural director of the new Office of Educational Innovation and Assessment , a unit within Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Sean Riley gives speech, hope to stroke patients
The outgoing president of St. Francis Xavier University, Sean Riley, is opening up about his experience as a stroke patient and the challenges of rehabilitation.
Jesuit colleges tour Spokane, Part 3
A group of15 Jesuit colleges and universities visited Spokane in May as part of the Jesuit Excellence Tour Program.