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One of the Festival’s missions is to present classic films from the six participating countries: Lithuania, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Egypt and South Africa, precious productions that have stood the test of time. The festival thus offers film lovers the opportunity to broaden their cultural horizons, considering that it is anRead More →

On February 8, 2022, the National College Players Association, an advocacy group for college athletes, filed an unfair labor practice complaint with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), accusing the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Pacific- 12 Conference (PAC -12), the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the UniversityRead More →

When you need a heavy-duty ring that’s quick and economical, Smalley’s new Standard Series of Taper Section Retaining Rings (circlips) secure your assembly! With over 100 years of manufacturing excellence, Small is the engineer’s choice to supply or design the right retaining ring solution for the application needs. Small hasRead More →

Through: Chris Harlan Friday, February 11, 2022 | 10:18 p.m. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Fox Chapel’s Jake DeMotte celebrates after defeating Central Catholic on Friday, February 11, 2022 at Alumni Hall in Oakland. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Fox Chapel’s Eli Yofan scores past Central Catholic’s Payton Wehner during their gameRead More →

East Central Railway (ECR) Managing Director (GM), Anupam Sharma, carried out a thorough inspection of the Koderma-Barkakana railway section of the Dhanbad division on Thursday. In this sequence, the General Manager made a thorough inspection of various safety-related aspects on railway bridges, stations, railway sections and others and necessary directivesRead More →

Through: Michael Love Saturday, February 5, 2022 | 8:36 p.m. Michael Love | Tribune-Review Nina Shaw of Knoch celebrates after beating Highlands to win the Section 1-4A Championship on Saturday February 5, 2022. Michael Love | Tribune-Review Knoch’s Chris Andreassi celebrates after beating Highlands to win the Section 1-4A ChampionshipRead More →

“Nobody cares, work harder” is the mantra of the Chapel Field boys’ basketball team. The sentiment, embraced by Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, is even printed on the back of coach Brad McDuffie’s warm-up jersey. Chapel Field’s boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are never home, but that doesn’t mean theyRead More →

Kenmore/Grand Island’s Carissa Buyea battles for position on the puck against Lancaster/Iroquois/Depew’s Haylie Petyk during the first period of the Division VI women’s hockey playoffs at the Northtown Center in Amherst on Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022. Kenmore / Grand Island won , but its semi-final game against Niagara County wasRead More →

It’s the penultimate week of the Lancaster-Lebanon League women’s basketball regular season, and all five section runs have reached a boiling point. Here’s the breakdown of those lawsuits, plus more news and notables with February on deck … FIT TO BE KNOTTED Hempfield (10-1 league, 13-3 overall) and Penn ManorRead More →

Through: Jeremy Sellew Friday, January 28, 2022 | 00:50 Jenn Coddeluppi | Independent of Mon Valley Belle Vernon’s Tessa Rodriguez dribbles as Southmoreland’s Elle Pawlikowsky defends on Thursday. Jenn Coddeluppi | Independent of Mon Valley Belle Vernon’s Farrah Reader works towards the basket as Southmoreland’s Maddie Moore defends Thursday. JennRead More →

The steady growth of international trade has resulted in parties in different markets pursuing alternative approaches to dispute resolution in order to refrain from litigation, as its implementation in foreign parties is often difficult and slanderous, which has leads to the emergence of effective methods of dispute resolution such asRead More →

Jason Dorday / Stuff Timaru’s Jonathan ”Jono” Nelson, winner of the wheelchair marathon category, in action in the Auckland Marathon on Sunday. Timaru handcyclist Jonathon ”Jono” Nelson won his second straight Auckland Marathon title. Nelson, who finished ahead of five other competitors in the wheelchair marathon category of Sunday’s marathonRead More →

Paul Trende Section 1AA women’s basketball is going to be a dogfight. As of January 10, nine teams have at least eight wins. Scott Sorenson’s Caledonia Warriors joined that group in creating a week where they beat two 1AA opponents to eight wins. Overall, they went 3-0 to extend theirRead More →

MADRID — Heading into Saturday’s High Noon Showdown between two undefeated, state-ranked NAC East Boys basketball teams in Madrid-Waddington, MW coach Aaron Jones was expecting a grind-it-out contest oriented half-court with Chateaugay. MW entered the game ranked 13th in the New York State Sportswriters’ Class C poll and Chateaugay tookRead More →