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After epic Boston run, Glen Osborne woman sets sights on Olympic trials
May 19, 2018
Glen Osborne runner Meta Haley is chasing big dreams. At 31, the avid runner broke into the sport only eight years ago after an injury
Longtime NFL coach, Sewickley native Chuck Knox dies
May 13, 2018
Chuck Knox, the Sewickley native and former NFL coach who took the Los Angeles Rams to three consecutive NFC championship games and also led the
Sewickley Academy’s Emmy Francek honored by U.S. Figure Skating
May 10, 2018
Sewickley Academy senior Emmy Francek was awarded the Gold Level Graduating Seniors Award by U.S. Figure Skating. The program recognizes student-athletes who have worked hard
Kids sports camps offered through Quaker Valley
May 10, 2018
Numerous sports camps are being offered through Quaker Valley School District this summer. Tennis Clinic Who: Boys and girls ages 9-17 Note: clinics for 3-5
Sewickley Heights’ McLean chooses to play polo for Virginia
April 20, 2018
After repeating as national champion with his scholastic team, Jack McLean of Sewickley Heights will continue his polo career with one of the top college
WPIAL baseball, softball quarterfinals among Monday’s 3 things to watch in high school sports
Vincentian Academy's baseball team hasn't played a real game in 10 days. Serra Catholic has waited 11 days, while Riverside and Blackhawk each were idle
Sewickley Academy boys tennis denied state title
HERSHEY — Sewickley Academy's attempt at a third consecutive PIAA team tennis gold medal was thwarted by perhaps its biggest rival on the state stage.
A-K Valley softball capules: Games of Monday, May 21, 2018
Class 6A Quarterfinals No. 7 Kiski Area (11-6) vs. No. 2 Albert Gallatin (11-3) 4 p.m. Monday at Upper St. Clair Winner plays: No. 3
Sewickley Academy tandems continue winning tradition
Sewickley Academy seniors Will Nocito and Dylan Parda will be carrying on a tradition at the PIAA Class AA boys tennis doubles championship that kicks
Quaker Valley’s Christensen signs with Southern Cal
Quaker Valley senior Annika Christensen will compete for and against some of the top college rowing programs in the country as a member of the
Quaker Valley mock crash
Melanie Moul, Sewickley Herald Woman of the Year.
Jerry Veshio, Sewickley Herald Man of the Year
Good Friday cross procession
Fog rolls along the Ohio River
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