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the king retires


mark vancleave – star tribunegallery: ganine joseph introduced her nephew, aidan joseph, to charlie, the newest member to the sppd mounted patrol.






st. joseph’s college in patchogue to get new president


st. joseph’s college, with campuses in patchogue and brooklyn, will have a new president beginning july 1.donald r. boomgaarden, 62, former provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at the university of scranton in pennsylvania, will become the 5,000-student college’s eight president, school officials said. most popularboomgaarden becomes the second non-clergy leader of st. joseph’s, which last year celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding in 1916 in the clinton hill section of brooklyn by the sisters of st. joseph’s. “the inclusive and transformational mission of st. joseph’s resonates deeply with me, and i can tell from my campus visits that the students, faculty and staff truly strive to live up to their motto, ‘esse non videri: to be, not to seem,’ ” boomgaarden sa






vance joseph gives scouting reports on draft’s top ots, explains russell okung d


indianapolis – vance joseph isn’t sitting in the background at the nfl combine letting the broncos executives, scouts and assistant coaches determine the entire make-up of the team. the broncos head coach has one area he’s certain they need to address: the offensive line.“offensively we’re close,” joseph said. “offensive line, we need some help there.”the broncos will add at least one offensive lineman in free agency and possibly more. then attention will turn to what joseph calls a “decent” but shallow offensive line class to round out the roster. the latter is what makes the nfl combine so important.“there are definitely guys here that can help us,” joseph said referring to nfl draft prospects. “free agency is first. it’s that way for a reason. if we can acquire a guy there, it makes the






construction worker's punch kills man, d.c. police say


washington (ap) — police say a man died after he was punched by a construction worker during an argument over traffic cones at a work site in a district of columbia neighborhood.citing court records, the washington post (http://wapo.st/2lonkeg ) reports desmond joseph suffered a head injury upon being struck thursday by 36-year-old paul hagans jr., of upper marlboro, md.a district police spokeswoman says joseph died of his injuries on friday.hagans, a member of the dynamic concepts inc. construction company, was charged before joseph’s death with aggravated assault. authorities said that charge could be amended.company ceo pedro alfonso says joseph had been trying to park in the construction zone in northeast washington and got angry over the work zone disruption.hagans told police he punc






how trump, bannon get joseph mccarthy wrong


joseph mccarthy, the republican senator known for his cold war investigations of communist influence in the united states, seems to be back in the news. last week, the president of the united states issued a totally unsubstantiated charge that his predecessor, barack obama, ordered “wires tapped in trump tower just before the victory.” he added: “nothing…






son says 'the people's court' judge joseph wapner has died


joseph wapner, the retired los angeles judge who presided over "the people's court" with steady force during the heyday of the reality courtroom show, died sunday at age 97.son david wapner told the associated press that his father died at home in his sleep. joseph wapner was hospitalized a week ago with breathing problems and had been under home hospice care."the people's court," on which wapner decided real small-claims from 1981 to 1993, was one of the granddaddies of the syndicated reality shows of today. his affable, no-nonsense approach attracted many fans, putting "the people's court" in the top five in syndication at its peak.joseph wapnersilver screen collection / getty imagesamerican judge and tv personality joseph wapner on his tv show 'the people's court', circa 1985. american






why did twenty one pilots take off their pants? they turned back time, to the go


by the time tyler joseph and josh dun of twenty one pilots accepted their pop duo/group performance grammy for "stressed out," they were no longer wearing pants. turns out they had a pact where they would turn back time, to the good old days, before they were making money playing music. joseph explained: back in the day, he and dun and some other guys got together to watch the grammys, and somewhere along the line they noticed that they were all in their underwear. "and seriously," joseph said, "josh turned to me -- and we were no one at that time -- and he said, 'if we ever go to the grammys, if we ever win a grammy, we should receive it just like this." james corden followed it up by stripping down to his underwear to introduce ed sheeran.






vance joseph leaves door open for possible veteran quarterback with broncos – th


indianapolis — tony romo speculation persistently loomed over broncos head coach vance joseph as he embarked upon his first nfl scouting combine as the man in charge here wednesday. the 36-year-old cowboys quarterback is the hottest name amongst a growing group of available or soon-to-be available veteran players.joseph remained steadfast in his contentment with the broncos’ young quarterbacks, but cracked the door wide open on potentially bringing in a veteran quarterback to usurp trevor siemian and paxton lynch.“we’re set, at the moment,” joseph said wednesday morning. “with free agency starting next week, any player that can help us moving forward and help our team get better we’re going to research and look into. but right now, we have two young guys that we believe in.”the nfl combine






emb. joseph saladino appointed oyster bay town supervisor


advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe oyster bay town board appointed emb. joseph saladino (r-m apequa) as town supervisor during a meeting on tuesday jan. 31, 2017. saladino replaces john venditto, who resigned jan. 4, after being indictment on federal corruption charges. (credit: newsday / jeffrey basinger) the oyster bay town board appointed emb. joseph saladino as town supervisor on tuesday.saladino (r-m apequa) was nominated for the supervisor’s position by the executive leaders of the n au county republican committee. he replaces john venditto, who is under indictment on federal corruption charges and resigned jan. 4 after a 35-year career in government.saladino was approved...






trustees vote to temporarily close saint joseph's college in rensselaer


trustees of indiana's saint joseph's college have voted to temporarily close the institution's rensselaer pus later this year because of shaky finances.the college announced friday its bachelor of science nursing program operated in lafayette will continue, but all activities at its rensselaer pus will be suspended at the end of the spring 2017 semester.saint joseph's officials say the college is trying to partner with other colleges to provide a smooth transition for students who will continue their education.president robert pastoor says the decision to temporarily suspend operations may allow the college to remain alive. pastoor has said the roman catholic college needs $100 million to continue serving students.there are about 900 students enrolled at the college, located about 85 miles






nutritionist helps malverne teacher drop 70 pounds


advertisement | advertise on newsdayjoseph eaderoso, 48, of valley stream, is pictured in an undated image, and in a more recent photo, showing off his more than 70-pound weight loss. (credit: eaderoso family photos / john paraskevas) his storyjoseph eaderoso, overweight his whole life, said he was skeptical when his doctor told him he should see a nutritionist. “i thought, ‘ok, here we go. now i’m going to have to change my whole lifestyle.’ ” though he loved pasta and pizza, he got excited about his visits to nutritionist briana galiardo. “once i got going, there was no looking back,” he said. galiardo prescribed...






vance joseph weighs in on demarcus ware free agency


indianapolis — on the cusp of 35 and coming off another surgery, pass rusher demarcus ware is at a crossroads — again — in his career. his three-year contract with the broncos officially expires next week, putting him back on the market and back on the shortlist of suitors.the interest in two teams are obvious and known: dallas, where he started and played the bulk of his career, and denver, where he won his first and only super bowl title.ware was placed on injured reserve to undergo surgery on a ruptured disc in his back last december, but he made it clear shortly after that he intended to play in 2017.during super bowl li week in houston, ware told espn that he talked to broncos head coach vance joseph and is “part of the equation” in denver.“hopefully i come back there, and i want to,






son says 'the people's court' judge joseph wapner has died


joseph wapner, the retired los angeles judge who presided over "the people's court" with steady force during the heyday of the reality courtroom show, died sunday at age 97.son david wapner told the associated press that his father died at home in his sleep. joseph wapner was hospitalized a week ago with breathing problems and had been under home hospice care."the people's court," on which wapner decided real small-claims from 1981 to 1993, was one of the granddaddies of the syndicated reality shows of today. his affable, no-nonsense approach attracted many fans, putting "the people's court" in the top five in syndication at its peak.judge wapnernick ut / apin this friday, oct. 13, 1989, file photo, retired judge joseph a. wapner of tv's 'the people's court' congratulates his son, judge fr






li often closes the ethics barn door after the horse is gone


advertisement | advertise on newsdayoyster bay town supervisor joseph saladino is shown on tuesday, jan. 24, 2017, in oyster bay. (credit: howard schnapp) ever notice how too many long island municipalities rush, and with great fanfare, to close the barn door? but too often it’s after the horses escape.take the town of oyster bay, which recently appointed a new five-member ethics board as part of what new town supervisor joseph saladino called “sweeping reforms” after a new ethics code was adopted last year.“we have put together a team...






st. joseph rolls past lick-wilmerding


albany – st. joseph notre dame high’s cameron ba sank his first shot, a 3-pointer, just 26 seconds into the north coast section division 4 boys basketball championship game saturday.it was the first points of a prolific game for the 6-foot-3 junior. he nailed six 3-pointers as part of a game-high 30 points as the pilots dominated lick-wilmerding 63-33 at albany high.“with jade (smith) out, there was a lot we had to make up for,” ba said. “coach (don) lippi told me i always have a green light.”the pepperdine-bound smith did not play in saturday’s game due to an ejection in the pilots’ semifinal win against stuart hall, lippi said. smith will also not play in the pilots’ cif northern regional opening game due to a bay counties league rule regarding ejections, lippi said.lick-wilmerding (24-8






9 displaced in oak park extra-alarm apartment fire


an autopsy is expected to take place friday on a man found dead in a garage fire in cicero early thursday, officials said.the victim was identified as joseph lombardo, 71, according to a spokesman for the town of cicero.fire officials and other responders arrived at the fire in the 3500 block...an autopsy is expected to take place friday on a man found dead in a garage fire in cicero early thursday, officials said.the victim was identified as joseph lombardo, 71, according to a spokesman for the town of cicero.fire officials and other responders arrived at the fire in the 3500 block... (joseph ruzich)






vance joseph weighs in on demarcus ware free agency


indianapolis — on the cusp of 35 and coming off another surgery, pass rusher demarcus ware is at a crossroads — again — in his career. his three-year contract with the broncos officially expires next week, putting him back on the free agent market and back on the shortlist of suitors.two teams are known to be interested, dallas and denver. dallas is where he started and played the bulk of his career. he’s played for denver the past three seasons and helped the broncos win a super bowl a year ago.ware was placed on injured reserve to undergo surgery on a ruptured disc in his back this past december, but he made it clear shortly afterward that he intended to play in 2017.during super bowl li week in houston, ware told espn that he talked to new broncos head coach vance joseph and is “part of






the search for “bronco guys,” talk of broncos blocking schemes, more from nfl co


indianapolis — first-year broncos head coach vance joseph has continued a team tradition of seeking “bronco guys” in the nfl draft. so what does that mean?“we want guys that love to play. we want guys who are engaged to play. we want guys who want to play football everyday. that’s the biggest thing with young guys – it’s a full-time job. it’s no longer college and it’s football all day so you gotta love it. it’s gotta be the right personality for an engaged player because if you’re not engaged you can’t play in this league.”joseph got even more specific when asked about improvements in the defensive line, arguably the biggest need outside of the offensive line.“we’re looking for guys who can stop the run game and also can pass rush. that was earl mitchell’s thing. he could be good in run g






man shot in englewood pronounced dead the next morning


a man shot in englewood on friday evening was pronounced dead the next morning, authorities said.travis joseph, 31, was shot friday at 6 p.m. in the 1400 block of west 71st place, according to police and the cook county medical examiner’s office.police said he was on a porch when someone came up and fired shots. he was shot in the chest and taken to advocate christ medical center in critical condition.joseph, who lived in the same block where he was shot, died saturday at 4:11 a.m., according to the medical examiner’s office.






mitty boys oust st. joseph notre dame – the mercury news


alameda — one game over .500 a month ago, archbishop mitty is in the final four of the northern california open division boys basketball regionals.the monarchs traveled to the east bay on friday night and beat shorthanded st. joseph notre dame 67-61.mitty (18-10) moves on to play tuesday at sheldon-sacramento, which got a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left to end bellarmine college prep’s season.sjnd, seeded third, brought a 30-1 record to its cozy home gym, but its best player, pepperdine-bound point guard jade smith, had to watch in street clothes while serving the second game of a two-game suspension for being ejected from a section semifinal last week.with smith out, sixth-seeded mitty built a 17-point lead through three quarters — pounding the ball inside to riley grigsby and mike diaz an






westminster police arrest man in january death of his friend’s 2-year-old daught


westminster police have arrested a man on suspicion of first-degree murder in the death last month of his friend’s 2-year-old daughter.provided by the westminster police departmentjoseph barelajoseph barela, 27, will be held at the jefferson county jail. his arrest was announced friday.police say they were called on jan. 26 to the 5500 block of west 79th avenue on reports the wasn’t breathing. she was taken to a hospital with significant injuries and was placed on life support.the  was removed from life support the next day and died, according to investigators. the jefferson county coroner’s office declined to released the child’s name.“he was the little ’s mother’s boyfriend,” cheri spottke, a westminster police spokeswoman, said of barela. “he was a caretaker to the little .”spottke said






softball standout lisa fernandez selected to national high school hall of fame


lisa fernandez, who was a standout pitcher at lakewood st. joseph before moving on to ucla, has beenn selected to the national high school hall of fame.she will be inducted on july 2 in rhode island.in four years at st. joseph from 1986-89, her earned-run average was 0.07. she recorded 37 no-hitters and 12 perfect games. she won 80 games, 69 by shutouts. she went on to become a four-time all-american at ucla and won two ncaa championships.she was the first softball player to win the honda-broderick cup. she's now an assistant softball coach at ucla.for the latest on high school sports, follow @latsondheimer on twitter






saint joseph's college students will have to find new schools this fall


days after saint joseph's college in indiana announced it was temporarily shutting down, hundreds of students are left to find a new school.the 127-year-old catholic institution is suspending all academic programming in rensselaer after graduation in early may, a victim of the deteriorating finances that have hit a number of small colleges nationwide. no new students will be admitted and all of next year's seniors, juniors and sophomores will have to transfer to another school for the fall term.just over 900 students are enrolled at saint joseph's, a bucolic pus about 90 minutes from chicago. the cooperative bachelor's degree program with saint elizabeth's school of nursing will continue, according to school officials, but courses would be offered only in lafayette, ind., about 40 miles so






body found in car after fire breaks out in cicero garage, officials say


an autopsy is expected to take place friday on a man found dead in a garage fire in cicero early thursday, officials said.the victim was identified as joseph lombardo, 71, according to a spokesman for the town of cicero.fire officials and other responders arrived at the fire in the 3500 block of 57th avenue about 4:30 a.m. lombardo was found in a car, which was running inside the garage, the spokesman said. cicero fire officials believe the car may have been the cause of the fire.lombardo lived by himself in a home at the location.cicero police said the incident is still being investigated. they also said that no foul play is expected and that no one in the area is in any danger as a result of the incident.joseph ruzich is a freelance reporter.






joseph wapner, star of 'the people's court,' dead at 97


los angeles — joseph wapner, the retired los angeles judge who presided over "the people's court" with steady force during the heyday of the reality courtroom show, died sunday at age 97.son david wapner told the associated press that his father died at home in his sleep. joseph wapner was hospitalized a week ago with breathing problems and had been under home hospice care."the people's court," on which wapner decided real small-claims from 1981 to 1993, was one of the granddaddies of the syndicated reality shows of today. his affable, no-nonsense approach attracted many fans, putting "the people's court" in the top five in syndication at its peak.before auditioning for the show, wapner had spent more than 20 years on the bench in los angeles, first in municipal court and then in superior






more u.s. troops may be sent to syria to oust isis from raqqa, general joseph vo


gen. joseph votel, the commander of american forces in the middle east, said wednesday that in order to maintain momentum in the push to liberate the syrian city of raqqa from the isis militants who have made it their de-facto capital, the u.s. might “take on a larger burden ourselves.” asked by cbs news if  more u.s. troops would be sent into syria, votel responded, “perhaps,” and went on to explain that the local forces the u.s. is supporting in syria “don’t have as good mobility, they don’t have as much firepower, so we have to be prepared to fill in some of those gaps for them and that may involve additional fire support capability, a variety of other things that we bring in to help offset some of the gaps that they have and we take the burden on ourselves for that aspect of the fight.






more u.s. troops may be sent to syria to oust isis from raqqa, general joseph vo


gen. joseph votel, the commander of american forces in the middle east, said wednesday that in order to maintain momentum in the push to liberate the syrian city of raqqa from the isis militants who have made it their de-facto capital, the u.s. might “take on a larger burden ourselves.” asked by cbs news if  more u.s. troops would be sent into syria, votel responded, “perhaps,” and went on to explain that the local forces the u.s. is supporting in syria “don’t have as good mobility, they don’t have as much firepower, so we have to be prepared to fill in some of those gaps for them and that may involve additional fire support capability, a variety of other things that we bring in to help offset some of the gaps that they have and we take the burden on ourselves for that aspect of the fight.






trevor siemian "on track" for otas return for broncos


indianapolis — the left shoulder injury that trevor siemian so often brushed off as “part of the game,” was apparently worse than even he expected. broncos head coach vance joseph described the injury as “horrific” and a report by 9news said the ac joint injury was a grade 5 sprain, not grade 3 as originally believed.siemian underwent elective surgery in january for comfort and cosmetic reasons, so he could lift weights without pain and wouldn’t have a bump atop his shoulder. but during the procedure, according to 9news, there was more significant ligament damage that ultimately made the repair a necessity, not an option.his planned return, however, remains unchanged.“trevor is doing fine. he’s rehabbing every day,” vance joseph said at the nfl scouting combine on wednesday. “he’s on track






joseph wapner, star of ‘the people’s court,’ dead at 97 – the mercury news


los angeles (ap) — joseph wapner, the retired los angeles judge who presided over “the people’s court” with steady force during the heyday of the reality courtroom show, died sunday at age 97.son david wapner told the associated press that his father died at home in his sleep. joseph wapner was hospitalized a week ago with breathing problems and had been under home hospice care.“the people’s court,” on which wapner decided real small-claims from 1981 to 1993, was one of the granddaddies of the syndicated reality shows of today. his affable, no-nonsense approach attracted many fans, putting “the people’s court” in the top five in syndication at its peak.before auditioning for the show, wapner had spent more than 20 years on the bench in los angeles, first in municipal court and then in supe






joseph wapner, star of “the people’s court,” dead at 97 – the denver post


los angeles — joseph wapner, the retired los angeles judge who presided over “the people’s court” with steady force during the heyday of the reality courtroom show, died sunday at age 97.son david wapner told the associated press that his father died at home in his sleep. joseph wapner was hospitalized a week ago with breathing problems and had been under home hospice care.“the people’s court,” on which wapner decided real small-claims from 1981 to 1993, was one of the granddaddies of the syndicated reality shows of today. his affable, no-nonsense approach attracted many fans, putting “the people’s court” in the top five in syndication at its peak.before auditioning for the show, wapner had spent more than 20 years on the bench in los angeles, first in municipal court and then in superior






11 kids hurt when school bus crashes, overturns


greensburg, la. — louisiana officials say a school bus carrying about 38 children has overturned, with as many as 11 children and the driver suffering what were described as minor to moderate injuries.louisiana state police trooper dustin dwight says it happened monday morning near greensburg in south louisiana's st. helena (heh-lee-nah) parish.dwight says the school bus was making a legal left turn from the northbound lane of louisiana highway 43.a pickup truck, also northbound, was attempting to pass several vehicles when it struck the bus.st. helena schools superintendent kelli joseph says the pickup truck driver was cited for careless operation and passing in a no-passing zone. joseph says in an email that all students were taken to hospitals for examinations.greensburg is about 45 mil






catholic hospital denies unfair bias against transgender man


trenton, n.j. — a catholic hospital has denied it unfairly discriminated against a transgender man who sued after the hospital refused to allow a surgeon to remove the man's uterus as part of his sex transition.saint joseph's healthcare system says a court ruling in jionni (jee'-ah-nee) conforti's favor would violate its constitutional right to freedom of religion. the hospital filed its response to the lawsuit last week in federal court.the 33-year-old totowa man had scheduled the hysterectomy at st. joseph's regional medical center in paterson in 2015. his lawsuit alleges a hospital administrator told him the hospital couldn't perform the procedure to remove his uterus because it is a "catholic hospital."conforti is seeking a court order requiring the hospital to perform any needed medic






missouri man gets probation in 8-year-old driver's death


troy, kan. — a missouri man whose 8-year-old granddaughter died in a car wreck when he let her drive him home from church has been sentenced to one year of probation.dennis meers, of st. joseph, was sentenced monday after pleading no contest in december to child endangerment.investigators say meers' granddaughter, cadence orcutt, of troy, kansas, died in november 2015 when the car she was driving went down an embankment and overturned in doniphan county, kansas.the st. joseph news-press reports (http://bit.ly/2kkofur ) meers will serve 11 months in prison if he fails his probation.meers previously was sentenced to two years in the missouri department of corrections for felony driving on a revoked license. in 1996 and 2001, meers was convicted in missouri of being a persistent offender for






judge joseph wapner, star of the people's court, dies aged 97


image copyrightapimage caption judge joseph wapner (left) helmed the people's court, a once hugely popular reality tv show judge joseph wapner, who helped pioneer the genre of court-based reality television, has died aged 97.he hosted a syndicated tv show, the people's court, for more than a decade, gaining an audience of millions for his private arbitration of real life small claims cases.before his television career, judge wapner spent 18 years on the bench of the los angeles superior court.his son, david wapner, said his father had died in los angeles in his sleep.he had recently been hospitalised with breathing problems.to appear on the people's court, over which judge wapner presided from 1981-1993, the plaintiff and defendant had to sign a binding arbitration agreement."everything on






judge joseph wapner, star of the people's court, dies aged 97


image copyrightapimage caption judge joseph wapner (left) helmed the people's court, a once hugely popular reality tv show judge joseph wapner, who helped pioneer the genre of court-based reality television, has died aged 97.he hosted a syndicated tv show, the people's court, for more than a decade, gaining an audience of millions for his private arbitration of real life small claims cases.before his television career, judge wapner spent 18 years on the bench of the los angeles superior court.his son, david wapner, said his father had died in los angeles in his sleep.he had recently been hospitalised with breathing problems.to appear on the people's court, over which judge wapner presided from 1981-1993, the plaintiff and defendant had to sign a binding arbitration agreement."everything on






ncs basketball playoffs: weekend scoreboard


boysdivision isemifinalsdublin 60, james logan 56.de la salle 54, heritage 43friday’s finalno. 3 de la salle 53, no. 1 dublin 51division iisemifinalsmoreau catholic 77, bishop o’dowd 72tamalpais 57, montgomery 48saturday’s finalno. 4 moreau catholic 77, no. 6 tamalpais 71division iiisemifinalssalesian 72, san marin 30campolindo 68, analy 53saturday’s finalno. 1 salesian 55, no. 2 campolindo 40division ivsemifinalsst. joseph notre dame 64, stuart hall 40lick-wilmerding 71, st. patrick-st. vincent 68saturday’s finalno. 1 st. joseph notre dame 63, no. 6 lick-wilmerding 33division vsemifinalsbentley 47, redwood christian 39branson 42, head-royce 32saturday’s finalno. 2 branson 49, no. 4 bentley 37division visemifinalsrio lindo adventist 51, rincon valley christian 43california school for the d






ncs basketball playoffs: weekend scoreboard


boysdivision isemifinalsdublin 60, james logan 56.de la salle 54, heritage 43friday’s finalno. 3 de la salle 53, no. 1 dublin 51division iisemifinalsmoreau catholic 77, bishop o’dowd 72tamalpais 57, montgomery 48saturday’s finalno. 4 moreau catholic vs. no. 6 tamalpais at saint mary’s college, 8 p.m.division iiisemifinalssalesian 72, san marin 30campolindo 68, analy 53saturday’s finalno. 1 salesian 55, no. 2 campolindo 40division ivsemifinalsst. joseph notre dame 64, stuart hall 40lick-wilmerding 71, st. patrick-st. vincent 68saturday’s finalno. 1 st. joseph notre dame 63, no. 6 lick-wilmerding 33division vsemifinalsbentley 47, redwood christian 39branson 42, head-royce 32saturday’s finalno. 2 branson 49, no. 4 bentley 37division visemifinalsrio lindo adventist 51, rincon valley christian






ncs basketball playoffs: weekend scoreboard


boysdivision isemifinalsdublin 60, james logan 56.de la salle 54, heritage 43friday’s finalno. 3 de la salle 53, no. 1 dublin 51division iisemifinalsmoreau catholic 77, bishop o’dowd 72tamalpais 57, montgomery 48saturday’s finalno. 4 moreau catholic vs. no. 6 tamalpais at saint mary’s college, 8 p.m.division iiisemifinalssalesian 72, san marin 30campolindo 68, analy 53saturday’s finalno. 1 salesian 55, no. 2 campolindo 40division ivsemifinalsst. joseph notre dame 64, stuart hall 40lick-wilmerding 71, st. patrick-st. vincent 68saturday’s finalno. 1 st. joseph notre dame 63, no. 6 lick-wilmerding 33division vsemifinalsbentley 47, redwood christian 39branson 42, head-royce 32saturday’s finalno. 2 branson vs. no. 4 bentley at college of marin, 7 p.m.division visemifinalsrio lindo adventist 51,






kennedy family members active in politics


by announcing his bid for illinois governor in 2018, chris kennedy joins a long list of politically influential family members. here are some other kennedy relatives who are or have been involved in public service:___joseph p. kennedy was a financier and served as an amb ador to great britain under president franklin roosevelt. he was father to one u.s. president, john f. kennedy, and two u.s. senators, robert f. kennedy sr. and edward kennedy. he died in 1969 at age 81.___john f. kennedy, son of joseph and rose kennedy, 35th president of the united states, was inated in november 1963, at the age of 46, after serving less than three years. he was the youngest president ever elected and the first roman catholic. his book, "profiles in courage," won the pulitzer prize in history.___robert f.






2 brothers each sentenced to 147 years in sex assault case


two brothers charged in a series of sexual assaults between 2003 and 2012 were each sentenced to 147 years in prison monday in a 2011 attack, according to prosecutors and court records.leondo joseph, 40, and lb joseph, 30, were found guilty in september of aggravated kidnapping, aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated battery in a public place. their conviction stemmed from an attack early dec. 17, 2011, in the 2100 block of north cicero avenue, according to records. cook county judge dennis porter sentenced them in separate hearings monday, according to prosecutors and court records.each brother represented himself in court, although public defenders represented each of them during sentencing, according to court records and prosecutors.only days after their conviction, the two w