Prep Boys Basketball BSN Classic at Heritage: Georgetown-Ridge Farm vs. Indiana Math and Science, 10 a.m. BSN Classic at Heritage: Salt Fork vs. Centralia Lutheran, 11:30 a.m.

Bi-County Holiday Tournament at Fountain Central, third place: Fountain Central vs. Attica, 3 p.m. Bi-County Holiday Tournament at Fountain Central, championship: Covington vs. Seeger, 6:30 p.m. Pontiac Holiday Tournament: Danville vs. Warren or West Aurora, 4 p.m. BSN Classic at Heritage: vs. Blue Ridge, 4 p.m. BSN Classic at Heritage: North Vermillion vs. Judah Christian, 5:30 p.m. Tri-County Tournament at Kansas: Westville vs.TBD Prep Girls Basketball Charleston Holiday Tournament: Danville vs.TBD, 10:30 a.m. Bi-County Holiday Tournament at Fountain Central, third-place: Fountain Central vs. Attica or Seeger, 1:30 p.m. Blue Devil Classic: Salt Fork vs. Cissna Park, 1 p.m. Blue Devil Classic: Westville vs. South Vermillion, 2:30 p..,m Blue Devil Classic: North Vermillion vs. Villa Grove/Heritage, 2:30 p.m. Braggin Rights Classic in Cincinnati: Schlarman Academy vs. Columbus (Ohio) Africentric Early College, 3 p.m. Tri-City/Sangamon Valley Holiday Tournament: Armstrong-Potomac vs. TBD, 3:30 p.m. Blue Devil Classic: vs. Benton Central, 4 p.m. Bi-County Holiday Tournament at Fountain Central, championship: Covington vs. Attica or Seeger, 5 p.m. Prep Wrestling Fountain Central at Twin Lakes Super 6 Tournament, 8 a.m. Danville at Lincoln Invitational, 11 a.m. Hoopeston Area at Porta Oakwood/Salt Fork, Seeger and Westville/Georgetown-Ridge Farm at New Year's Challenge at Palmer Arena read more

From a state championship team and an individual state champion, to an undefeated season culminated in a classic setting, to a Division 1 commitment and a 2,000 point scorer, the 2018 local high school sports season will likely go down as one of the most memorable years of all time in Chautauqua County.,After beating Fredonia on a two-run home run by Cam Hawkins in the seventh inning for the league title, in Fredonia, the Lady Thunderbirds kept on rolling all the way through the sectional playoffs, then claiming a Far West Regional win and eventually, a Class C state title.,When the Section VI girls basketball playoff brackets were released, Dunkirk and Fredonia fans could only dream of a Class B1 title game at Buffalo State between the two longtime rivals.,Brocton baseball makes first ever trip to state final four

The 2018 varsity baseball season started with more questions than answers for the Brocton Bulldogs, who entered the year without a clear head coach and with many talented players without experience playing in big games.,After a Section VI Class D title, the Bulldogs won in the Far West Regional game to earn a spot as one of the four state finalists, and a chance to play on the minor league field of the New York Mets’ minor league team in Binghamton. read more

Officials learned last month the bond rating service — similar to an individual’s credit score — had upgraded Butler County to the highest level, Aaa, about two years earlier than expected.,MORE: Butler County bond rating upgrade carries big benefits

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IE football player of the year is Cajon quarterback Jayden Daniels in San Bernardino on Thursday, December 6, 2018.,(Photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) read more

Its owners, the McNaughton family, have long stated that the secret of the Daily Republic’s success is all about listening to the community’s information needs and keeping them informed with the news and information they need, whether it be online or in print.,Whether it is in print or online, the Daily Republic has consistently brought its readers the news that affects its distribution area, from Fairfield, Suisun City and Travis Air Force Base; to Vacaville, Dixon and Winters; to Rio Vista and back to Suisun Valley and Green Valley.,“The secret of the Daily Republic’s success over all these years has everything to do with the people who work here to produce this great paper, the community who continues to subscribe and read us, and the businesses who advertise and support us,” T. Burt McNaughton said.,The Daily Republic is the only daily publication in Solano County that prints and inserts their newspaper within the county, employs graphic artists, has a local business and distribution team.,The McNaughton family publishes not only the Daily Republic, but also the Tailwind at Travis Air Force Base, The Davis Enterprise, the Winters Express, the Mountain Democrat of Placerville, the Georgetown Gazette, Village Life in El Dorado Hills and Cameron Park Life.

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The award is given to five outstanding senior high school students who excel in academics, leadership, service, dependability and patriotism in their home, school and community.,The Fairfield County Business Journal honored Mark Anthony Abille, a registered nurse, as one of its 2018 Milli Award winners.,More than 2,400 students at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C., were named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester for earning a GPA of 3.5 or higher.,Two local students achieved the Dean’s List at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., for the Fall 2018 semester.,A student’s grade point average must be at least 3.5 or above, and they must complete 12 credit hours of graded work that semester to be included on the dean’s list.

Lamont, right, chats with Willie Murphy, a resident of the Second Stoneridge co-op, during a campaign stop at the ... more

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On June 13, an emergency text alert advising Wyoming Valley residents to “take shelter now” was sent to area cell phones at 9:55 p.m.

Barely five minutes later, 130 mph winds tore a path of destruction across the Arena Hub Plaza and surrounding commercial areas in Wilkes-Barre Township.,It was like raining in the building,” said Joe Stager, manager at at Barnes & Noble in the Arena Hub Plaza who was closing up for the night with employees Mary Zoltewicz, Patrick Abdalla, Rachel Trojan and Tara Steffon as the storm plowed into the store.,Embattled Wilkes-Barre Police Chief Marcella Lendacky retired in June following the March release of a report by the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association that depicted a department in turmoil, with morale at a low point.,More than 10,000 turned out for the Trump rally, which dwarfed a last-minute Nov. 4 “Pennsylvania Votes Blue” Democratic rally that drew Casey, former Vice-president Joe Biden and other candidates to a cramped corridor at Pittston Area High School on a Sunday night.,On the other hand, Reading-based Boscov’s whose Wilkes-Barre store remains a fixture on the downtown business scene, had a very good year. read more

What first arose as a server outage was identified Saturday as a malware attack, which appears to have originated from outside the United States and hobbled computer systems and delayed weekend deliveries of the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers across the country.Technology teams worked feverishly to quarantine the computer virus, but it spread through Tribune Publishings network and reinfected systems crucial to the news production and printing process.,Multiple newspapers around the country were affected because they share a production platform.The attack delayed distribution of Saturday editions of the Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union Tribune.,It also stymied distribution of the West Coast editions of the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, which are printed at the Los Angeles Times Olympic printing plant in downtown Los Angeles.By Saturday afternoon, the company suspected the cyberattack originated from outside the United States, but officials said it was too soon to say whether it was carried out by a foreign state or some other entity, said a source with knowledge of the situation.We believe the intention of the attack was to disable infrastructure, more specifically servers, as opposed to looking to steal information, said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to comment publicly.,She declined to provide specifics on the disruptions, but the companys properties include the Chicago Tribune; Baltimore Sun; Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md.; Hartford Courant; New York Daily News; South Florida Sun Sentinel and Orlando Sentinel.No other details about the origin of the attack were immediately available and the motive remained unclear.Tribune Publishing sold The Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune to Los Angeles biotech entrepreneur Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong in June, but the two companies continue to share various systems, including software.Its unclear how many Times subscribers were impacted by late deliveries and the paper could not provide firm numbers, but a source said that a majority received their papers Saturday morning, albeit several hours late.,Programmers worked to isolate the bug, which Tribune Publishing identified as a malware attack, but at every turn the programmers ran into additional issues trying to access a myriad of files, including advertisements that needed to be added to the pages or paid obituaries.After identifying the server outage as a virus, technology teams made progress Friday quarantining it and bringing back servers, but some of their security patches didnt hold and the virus began to reinfect the network, impacting a series of servers used for news production and manufacturing processes.By late Friday, the attack was hindering the transmission of pages from offices across Southern California to printing presses as publication deadlines approached.At one point, Times staffers were making contingency plans to hand-deliver pages from the editorial offices in El Segundo to its Olympic printing plant in downtown Los Angeles.