Daniel Gerard moved to Tampa two years ago from Boston, one of the many who have flocked to Florida from up north for the promise of warmer weather, no state income tax and a calmer way of life.

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At the risk of being shot on sight, which is a possibility for me even under normal conditions, I am confined to my house with my lovely wife, Sue, who is beginning to wonder what would be wor…

 NEW CASTLE – With fields including five first-time participants and teams with collective 181-24 records this past season, another illustrious lineup is set for the 2020 Raymond James Hall of…

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INDIANAPOLIS, April 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Herff Jones, a division of Varsity Brands, and the leading provider of graduation and educational products and services designed to inspire achievement and create memorable experiences for students, announced today an exclusive collaboration with MarchingOrder and StageClip on a virtual commencement solution that provides a proven, easy-to-implement platform for institutions that need to postpone graduation ceremonies due to the coronavirus pandemic. This comprehensive, best-in-class solution was developed with the goal of eliminating the administrative burden on schools looking to host a virtual event, and it is currently not available anywhere else in the market.

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Almost two weeks after Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb issued a stay-at-home order for the entire state, three men were cited for defying that order after taking their motorcycles for a joyride on campus.

Daniel Gerard moved to Tampa two years ago from Boston, one of the many who have flocked to Florida from up north for the promise of warmer weather, no state income tax and a calmer way of life.

 NEW CASTLE – With fields including five first-time participants and teams with collective 181-24 records this past season, another illustrious lineup is set for the 2020 Raymond James Hall of…

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