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27 May 19
Montreal Gazette

The 10th annual fundraising tea for Chez Doris netted more than $49,600 for the women’s day shelter, up significantly from the $30,750 netted at last year’s tea.

27 May 19
Archy news nety

There was therefore no "remontada", but rather a "demontada". "We could not make our voice heard", admitted the president of the "Republicans" Laurent Wauquiez, disappointed by the announcement of the first results. It is not enough to fill the rooms and have a candidate who makes a consensus with the people on the right, with […]

27 May 19
Full Press Coverage

Bart Starr, the quarterback with a movie star name who led Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers to victory in five NFL Championship Games and the first two Super Bowls, died Sunday at the age of 85 in Birmingham, Ala. Starr’s health had been in decline in recent years. He suffered a mini-stroke in 2014 while […]

27 May 19
Words, Nevertheless

A sermon offered at the celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Final Profession of Sister  Suzanne Elizabeth in the Community of St. John Baptist, May 26, 2019 in Mendham, NJ.  The Gospel is John 21:1-19. I’ve become a little bit of an evangelist about a new app, a new mobile application on my smart phone. […]

27 May 19
The Port Rail

Information versus Wisdom Let’s think a bit grandly here this morning. Rather than politics, economics, the state of the world, or the state of anything—the media, gender, race, global warming, culture or society in general—let’s focus a bit on learning. Learning is after all one of the keys to what makes us as humans. The […]

27 May 19
BCNN1 WP

Fathers must take stewardship of their sons’ sexual education and understand that nefarious forces have long been at work to dismantle the family, warns Pat Fagan, a Catholic scholar of marriage and family.

27 May 19
JoJo’s Travel adventure

Last day in Paris and last day of this absolutely fabulous trip of a lifetime. Typical Parisian breakfast then we decided to grab a ticket on one of the hop on hop off buses. Which also included a cruise on the Sienne We quickly noticed police,special forces and the fire department everywhere. This lately on […]

27 May 19
IGMOA

http://bit.ly/2MdSsuQ   ILLINOIS (WCIA) — A small handful of companies from competing corners of the gambling industry are salivating at the chance to capitalize on an estimated $10 billion dollar underground online sports betting market.  As state lawmakers draft new rules that will bring the burgeoning black and gray market sportsbook business into the legal […]

27 May 19
HAPPIEST BLOG ON EARTH

Ph-eye-Million     Disney donates $5 millions to assist with the restoration of the Noter Dame Cathedral after the catastrophic fire.     Locals believe the fire was started due to renovations but no actual evidence has surfaced. Reports surfaced that no major damage was done to any art due to moving everything early in the fire. Two […]

27 May 19
Boston Herald
In a tale of two very different meets, the North Reading girls and Stoughton boys emerged victorious at Sunday’s Division 3 state track championships at Merrimack College. The North Reading girls dominated their meet from beginning to end, finishing with 118 points ,while second place Tewksbury trailed with 70.50 points. On the boys’ side, Stoughton fought back stiff competition from Tewksbury (54) and Pembroke (52) to win the meet with 68 points. For North Reading, Sunday’s meet proved to be business as usual as the Hornets clinched their fourth straight Division 3 crown. “This is the best team I’ve ever coached hands down,” said North Reading coach Sotirios Pintzopoulos, “I think this group has a lot of veterans that’ve been here before. I mean even our sophomores, they were here last year when we won the state title. Now this is our fourth year in a row, this has become the norm for this program and they want to continue to succeed.” The Hornets displayed their incredible depth by totaling eight events with a top five finish. Key events included the Triple Jump where Ali Grasso, Kaitlyn Shevlin and Megan Lawlor finished first, third and fifth respectively. Grasso also finished second in the 100 meter Hurdles along with Katelyn Gorgenyi, who won the race. Finally, the Hornets placed another three in the top five of the pole vault in Isabella Parrett (first), Ashley Rabbitt (fourth) and Jessica Hill (fifth). Like the Hornets, the Stoughton boys also relied on their depth to carry them to victory. “The thing that we relied on all season is depth,” echoed Stoughton coach Jennifer Ceolinski. “It hasn’t been a quick rise to the top. We’ve been crawling season by season, year by year. I always tell the kids: struggle make the success feel better and we’ve struggled. We’ve struggled in a lot of ways over the years and that just makes this that much sweeter.” Standout performers included David Peters, who won the 110 hurdle with a meet record time of 14.27 and finished second in the long jump behind Isaiah Woodley of Milton by an inch. Anthony Pizzano added a second-place finish in the javelin throw and a third-place finish in the 400 hurdles. Elsewhere in the meet, Tewksbury’s Makayla Paige broke meet records in the 800  (2:11.52) and the 400 hurdles (61.61). Sprinters Monique Malcolm (Nauset) and Matt Zawaski (Bishop Feehan) swept the girls and boys 100 and 200 dashes respectively. Division 3 state track at Merrimack College GIRLS Team Results: 1. North Reading, 118; 2. Tewksbury 70.50; 3. Milton 65; 4. Nauset, 50; 5. Dennis-Yarmouth 35.50; 6. Holliston 32.50; 7. Foxboro, 30; 8. Pembroke, 27.50; 9. Notre Dame Academy-Hingham 26; 10. Wakefield 24.50 Individual 100 Meter Dash: 1. Monique Malcolm (Nauset), 12.08; 2. Jayda Dillon (Milton), 12.16; 3. Julia Tribastone (Newburyport), 12.43; 4. Jordyn Collins (Foxboro), 12.46; 5. Maia Doescher (Pembroke), 12.68 200 Meter Dash: 1. Monique Malcolm (Nauset), 24.73; 2. Jayda Dillon (Milton), 24.95; 3. Ana Bertarelli (Notre Dame (H)), 25.52; 4. Julia Tribastone (Newburyport), 25.67; 5. Jaimee Hirschfeld (Medfield), 26.49 400 Meter Dash: 1. Elise O’Leary (Milton), 57.75; 2. Olivia Sousa (Newburyport), 59.79; 3. Mia Luisi (Holliston), 60.02; 4. Ryenne Feeney (Masconomet), 60.69; 5. Kate Winkler (Bedford), 61.21 800 Meter Run: 1. Makayla Paige (Tewksbury), 2:11.52*; 2. Grace Hadley (North Reading), 2:20.38; 3. Isabelle Nobili (Nauset), 2:20.76; 4. Sarah Conant (Westwood), 2:21.92; 5. Jane Krumsiek (Westwood), 2:22.27 1 Mile Run: 1. Ava Duggan (Milton), 5:09.08; 2. Sarah Conant (Westwood), 5:10.42; 3. Bella Corsini (Marblehead), 5:21.83; 4. Olivia Beaudet (Norwood), 5:27.36; 5. Ella Kelly (Nauset), 5:27.92 2 Mile Run: 1. Lindsay MacLellan (North Reading), 11:20.67; 2. Jordan Wilson (Medfield), 11:27.91; 3. Abigale Farrell (Nauset), 11:32.64; 4. Katie Duffy (Melrose), 11:42.07; 5. Lily Robinson (Tewksbury), 11:51.52 100 Meter Hurdles: 1. Katelyn Gorgenyi (North Reading), 14.99; 2. Ali Grasso (North Reading), 15.18; 3. Madison Rousseau (Canton), 15.28; 4. Ella Grey (Plymouth South), 15.37; 5. Kathryn Sullivan (Somerset-Berkley), 15.74 400 Meter Hurdles: 1. Makayla Paige (Tewksbury), 61.61*; 2. Elise O’Leary (Milton), 63.07; 3. Sophie Christopher (Nauset), 65.90; 4. Giovana Dos Santos Machado (Melrose), 65.99; 5. Catherine Niziak (Essex Tech), 67.84 4×800 Meter Relay: 1. Plymouth South, 10:04.22; 2. Milton, 10:07.83; 3. North Reading, 10:11.52; 4. Foxboro, 10:16.24; 5. Norton, 10:17.88 4×100 Meter Relay: 1. Pembroke, 50.66; 2. Foxboro, 50.73; 3. Tewksbury, 50.99; 4. Notre Dame Hingham, 51.07; 5. Dennis-Yarmouth, 51.13 4×400 Meter Relay: 1. Milton, 4:07.27; 2. Nauset, 4:11.28; 3. Tewksbury, 4:13.18; 4. Bishop Feehan-Attleboro, 4:13.73; 5. Melrose, 4:14.44 High Jump: 1. Brooke Geoffroy (Holliston), 5-07.00; 2. Olivia Fetherston (Wakefield), 5-04.00; 3. Hannah LaVita (Wilmington), 5-02.00; 4. Rebecca Stevens (Holliston), 5-00.00; 4. Aimee Watts (Pembroke), 5-00.00; 4. Cassidy Gruning (Tewksbury), 5-00.00; 4. Emily Edwards (Dennis-Yarmouth), 5-00.00 Pole Vault: 1. Isabella Parrett (North Reading), 11-00.00; 2. Marissa Ladderbush (Tewksbury), 9-06.00; 3. Erin Bergeron (Masconomet), J9-06.00; 4. Ashley Rabbitt (North Reading), 9-00.00; 5. Jessica Hill (North Reading), J9-00.00 Long Jump: 1. Megan Lawlor (North Reading), 17-11.50; 2. Ana Bertarelli (Notre Dame (H)), 17-10.75; 3. Abby Greeley (Medway), 17-07.25; 4. Nisa Denehy (Essex Tech), J17-07.25; 5. Peyton Redfield (Medway), 17-05.25 Triple Jump: 1. Ali Grasso (North Reading), 38-08.25; 2. Nisa Denehy (Essex Tech), 37-07.75; 3. Kaitlyn Shevlin (North Reading), 36-06.50; 4. Bridget Smith (Pembroke), 36-02.75; 5. Megan Lawlor (North Reading), 35-10.50 Discus Throw: 1. Tiana Bazie (Dennis-Yarmouth), 130-04; 2. Isabella Bergloff (Holliston), 124-00; 3. Shakirah Ketant (Foxboro), 111-01; 4. Amanda Little (Pembroke), 110-07; 5. Eadeen Beck (Wakefield), 109-07 Javelin Throw: 1. Gwyn Tatton (Dighton-Rehoboth), 111-09; 2. Abigail Martin (North Reading), 110-05; 3. Carly Coughlin (Dennis-Yarmouth), 106-00; 4. Victoria Culwell (Essex Tech), 105-00; 5. Julia Dillon (Tewksbury), 104-04 Shot Put: 1. Abby Chorches (Falmouth), 39-03.00; 2. Tiana Bazie (Dennis-Yarmouth), 39-00.00; 3. Maya Robinson (Southeastern), 35-04.00; 4. Eadeen Beck (Wakefield), 34-07.00; 5. Sam Moriconi (Shawsheen), 33-01.00 BOYS Team Results: 1. Stoughton, 68; 2. Tewksbury 54; 3. Pembroke 52; 4. Milton, 51; 5. Burlington 49; 6. Norton 40; 7. North Reading, 38.50; 8. Bishop Feehan-Attleboro, 37; 9. Wakefield 29; 9. Norwood 29 Individual 100 Meter Dash: 1. Matt Zawaski (Bishop Feehan), 10.98; 2. Kevin Opoku (Southeastern), 11.18; 3. Joe Doherty (Marblehead), 11.23; 4. Junior Sainvil (Canton), 11.24; 5. Luke Chapman (Pembroke), 11.27 200 Meter Dash: 1. Matt Zawaski (Bishop Feehan), 21.80; 2. Anthony Spignese (Danvers), 21.87; 3. Raymond George (Bishop Feehan), 22.80; 4. Ralph Desrosiers (Shawsheen), 22.97; 5. Dylan Revasz (Catholic Memorial), 23.14 400 Meter Dash: 1. Christian Pulselli (Pembroke), 49.43; 2. Luke Botsford (Milton), 50.51; 3. Spencer Gagnon (Pembroke), 51.16; 4. Aidan Mulligan (Norwood), 51.43; 5. Colin Rahaman (Stoughton), 51.57 800 Meter Run: 1. Tanner Jellison (Wakefield), 1:59.13; 2. Carter Mikkelsen (Holliston), 2:00.57; 3. Will Regan (Foxboro), 2:02.15; 4. Paul Forrest (Norwood), 2:03.16; 5. Trevor Zupan (Wakefield), 2:03.92 1 Mile Run: 1. Rishabh Prakash (Burlington), 4:25.31; 2. Cole Radke (Pembroke), 4:28.71; 3. Kevin Arseneaux (Dennis-Yarmouth), 4:29.10; 4. Christian Boyadjiev (Burlington), 4:29.50; 5. Ryan Proulx (Foxboro), 4:35.17 2 Mile Run: 1. Rishabh Prakash (Burlington), 9:28.93; 2. Sam Acquaviva (Newburyport), 9:40.08; 3. John Lucey (Newburyport), 9:45.79; 4. Bobby Carew (Milton), 9:48.58; 5. Dreese Fadil (Newburyport), 9:52.11 110 Meter Hurdle: 1. David Peters (Stoughton), 14.27*; 2. Ryan Eng (Medfield), 14.50; 3. William Lord (North Reading), 14.67; 4. Christopher Ais (Stoughton), 14.76; 5. Zach Lalonde (Tewksbury), 14.85 400 Meter Hurdles 1. Paul Wisnaskas (Norton), 56.86; 2. Zach Lalonde (Tewksbury), 57.16; 3. Anthony Pizzano (Stoughton), 58.18; 4. Evan Connor (Stoughton), 58.69; 5. Liam Rittenburg (Melrose), 58.84 4×800 Meter Relay: 1. Burlington, 8:21.03; 2. Norton 8:27.16; 3. Newburyport, 8:31.83; 4. Milton, 8:34.17; 5. Masconomet, 8:37.01 4×100 Meter Relay: 1. Bishop Feehan-Attleboro, 43.00; 2. Pembroke, 43.36; 3. Tewksbury, 43.63; 4. Stoughton, 44.16; 5. North Reading, 44.46 4×400 Meter Relay 1. Norwood, 3:30.54; 2. Pembroke, 3:30.75; 3. Wakefield, 3:31.21; 4. Milton, 3:31.92; 5. Stoughton, 3:32.18 High Jump: 1. Smith Charles (Milton), 6-04.00; 2. Elisha Teneus-Claude (Stoughton), 6-02.00; 3. Solomon King (Norwood), J6-02.00; 4. Matthew Cahill (Nauset), J6-02.00; 5. Stephan Saint-Juste (Shawsheen), J6-02.00 Pole Vault: 1. Patrick Pinto (Dracut), 12-00.00; 2. John Murphy (North Reading), 11-06.00; 3. Joseph McCarthy (North Reading), 11-00.00; 4. Chris Stankus (Masconomet), J11-00.00; 5. Alexan Carpenter (North Reading), 10-06.00 Long Jump: 1. Isaiah Woodley (Milton), 22-11.00; 2. David Peters (Stoughton), 22-10.00; 3. Smith Charles (Milton), 22-01.00; 4. Blake Kerwin (Dighton-Rehoboth), 21-06.75; 5. Aidan Washington (Falmouth), 21-04.50 Triple Jump: 1. Romani Alicea (Southeastern), 46-04.50; 2. Paul Wisnaskas (Norton), 43-09.00; 3. Thomas Barinelli (Tewksbury), 43-03.00; 4. Grant Hall (Pembroke), J43-03.00; 5. Junior Sainvil (Canton), 42-06.50 Discus Throw: 1. Nick Zeoli (Plymouth South), 147-03; 2. Sean Keast (Holliston), 140-00; 3. Cameron Connell (Holliston), 138-09; 4. David Doherty (Falmouth), 137-09; 5. Joshua Rousseau (Whittier), 134-09 Javelin Throw: 1. Lucas Frost (Tewksbury), 184-00; 2. Anthony Pizzano (Stoughton), 172-01; 3. Ian Griffiths (Bedford), 160-00; 4. Vincent Brazzo (Essex Tech), J160-00; 5. Corey Stalters (Norton), 159-11 Shot Put: 1. William Peters (Dracut), 49-05.50; 2. David Doherty (Falmouth), 47-11.00; 3. Alexi Panagiotou (Bedford), 47-03.50; 4. DJ Gagnon (Dracut), 47-00.00; 5. Andrew Froio (Tewksbury), 46-10.00    
26 May 19
The DH Study Abroad Blog

Should that title get a citation for wordiness? That title should get a citation for wordiness. Today began at 8:30 with me suiting up and getting ready to lead a group of eight to St. Peter’s Basilica. Those eight were Veronica Albo, Katie Kobiljak, Anna Kushner, Tova Carter, Dominick Violetta, Julian Piroli, Chris Dushaj, and […]

26 May 19
Magdalena Tarot

I’ve been underground for a while; I had a medical emergency and achieved a glimpse of illumination. I quit doing Magdalena Tarot and went within. Then Notre Dame burnt. I had such a psychic experience that day that I could no longer deny that it is time to share my channeled messages with the world […]

26 May 19
ProFootballAnalysis

AFC North: – Cincinnati Bengals: 1.24- William Jackson III, CB, Houston: A 2.55- Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh: A 3.87- Nick Vigil, LB, Utah State: B+ 4.122- Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor: B+ 5.161- Christian Westerman, G, Arizona State: C+ 6.199- Cody Core, WR, Ole Miss: C+ 7.245- Clayton Fejedelem, S, Illinois: A+ Final Grade: A- – […]

26 May 19
Growing Older

As we wrapped up our final meeting of the year in my Education for Ministry group this week, we went around the room sharing how we might approach things differently going forward, given the insights and inpact our studies had made on us. I thought about this, and decided that what I wanted to do […]