Met police taking time off work with stress-related illnesses
Number of days taken off rises by 43% over five years, while number of officers quitting force increases by three-quarters The number of days taken off work by Met police officers owing to stress-related illness has increased by 43% over the last five years, according to figures released by the London force. The number of resignations has also increased dramatically from 289 officers in 2009-10 ...
Pa. Boys: Pa. boys: Chobany leads Rustin past Sun Valley
Andrew Chobany netted 23 points, including five in overtime, as West Chester Rustin defeated host Sun Valley, 55-53, in a Ches-Mont American basketball game Monday.
Pa. Girls: Gwynedd Mercy's Lonergan wins No. 600
Tom Lonergan was making his way through the handshake line after Gwynedd Mercy's 48-32 win over visiting St. Basil when he noticed a few players creeping toward him with a bucket.
Five Reasons Why 2014 was a Game Changer in Palestine
In terms of losses in human lives, 2014 has been a horrific year for Palestinians, surpassing the horrors of both 2008 and 2009, when an Israeli war against the Gaza Strip killed and wounded thousands.
Pa. Boys: Boys' Latin edges Frankford
Jahmir Green sank two free throws with 15 seconds left to lift host Boys' Latin over Frankford, 58-57, in a Public League Division B boys' basketball game.
E. Stroudsburg theater to show 'The Interview' on Christmas
Photo by Daniel Freel/New Jersey Herald Ellyse Burnett, assistant manager of the Pocono Community Theater, hangs a poster for the movie ?The Interview? in the theater?s coffee shop on Tuesday. The theater will be showing the movie on Christmas Day.
RedHawks Re-Sign Ernst & Salerno, Acquire Sosnoskie
FARGO, ND - The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks have made a flurry of roster moves in the last couple days, as the club re-signed RHP Brian Ernst and INF Frank Salerno and acquired OF Buddy Sosnoskie from the Florence Freedom of the Frontier League for cash and a player to be named later.
Boyertown sweeps way into holiday tourney finals
The Boyertown boys and girls basketball teams earned semifinal wins in their holiday tournament on Friday night. The Boyertown boys knocked off Southern Lehigh, 65-58, behind 13 points from Kyle Dennin. He hit a 3-pointer just before halftime to give the Bears a 5-point edge. Noah Kandt poured in a game-high 25 points on 7 three-pointers to pace the Spartans. Pennridge is set to meet the Bears ...
Boys Basketball Holiday Tournament Schedule
Safety fears as councils cut lights
Significant areas of the country are being "plunged into darkness", it has been claimed, as research showed that more than 1.3 million street lights are being switched off or dimmed by councils attempting to save money.