Colin Kaepernick wants to play football again. His agent has been reaching out to QB-needy teams, and if you've been paying attention, there's a lot of them entering Week 3 of the NFL season.
He's 31 and reportedly in great shape, but his phone probably won't be ringing anytime soon.
Old Rochester won an overtime thriller over Dartmouth to highlight Week 2 and Laurie Los breezes through her takeaways from the game. She is joined by Brendan Kurie as they look ahead to Week 3, which includes a showdown between the Bulldogs and Apponequet, as well as New Bedford's home opener and a GNB Voc-Tech showdown with Somerset Berkley.
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS — A DeFuniak Springs man was arrested on Monday after he reportedly burned multiple items he had given his live-in girlfriend, almost causing the house to burn down.
According to authorities, 23-year old Hunter Garner started the fire after having an argument with his girlfriend over the future of their relationship.
A surprise inspection by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation led to a one-day closure of the Southern Pearl Restaurant, at 3601 U.S. Highway 90 in Pace.
According to the report, the inspector found four dead roaches in the kitchen area and nine rodent droppings in the same area.
Providence Journal Staff Writer narrates the opening chapter of his latest book, "Kid Number One: A story of heart, soul and business, featuring Alan Hassenfeld and Hasbro." Read the chapter at providencejournal.com.
PANAMA CITY BEACH — A late-afternoon call to Panama City Beach police about a “suspicious device” near Margaritaville at Pier Park led to the Bay County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad being called out Monday.
Charter schools are again dominating debate in Harrisburg. Nick Viglione, CEO of Erie’s Perseus House Charter School of Excellence, joined Erie Times-News reporter Ed Palattella to discuss Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed charter reforms from the perspective of a charter school for a live discussion on Facebook on Sept. 16.
The GoErie Live broadcast series is made possible by the sponsorship of Gannon University.
Breanda Elise Fedie is the latest guests on “Meet the Artist,” the podcast from Register Star newsroom where we meet the artist who makes our community a more beautiful place.
Fedie is a Rockford-based photographer and illustrator whose work explores the human psyche through dreamscapes illustrated with soft focus portraits or abstract designs. She shows her work often with other members of the Fringe Art Syndicate.
Of her work she writes, “I appreciate the ability to capture my friends,...
Arkansas State football coach Blake Anderson called it one of the classiest moves he's ever seen. 92,746 people attended No. 3 Georgia's 55-0 home trouncing of ASU, but at least a third of that massive crowd wore pink in support of Anderson's wife Wendy, who died last month after a two-year fight with breast cancer.
Hsin Ya "Jessie" Huang is one of 15 members of the Youth Preparedness Council for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA. She's a junior at South Eugene High in Eugene, Oregon, and explains why she wants us all to be prepared for disaster. [Dylan Darling/The Register-Guard]
Google Sheets often gets a reputation for the “difficult” or maybe the “least used" app in G-Suite waffle. But that doesn’t need to be the case all the time! In today’s episode we will share ways students and teachers currently use Sheets in the classroom and then ways you can tech it up a notch when it comes to your knowledge and usage of Google Sheets.
We are excited to have Emily McDonald as today's guest from Chattanooga, Tennessee!
Emily McDonald is a high school mathematics...