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Moulton, Kroshus Conquer Cape Ann

by John Barbour   Pat Moulton made it two wins in three years (four in six for Moulton brothers with Casey’s pair from 2005-06) while Emily Kroshus turned in the best women’s time in 13 years as the BAA claimed both individual wins and good weather graced Labor Day’s classic …

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Doug Flutie 5K Registration Now Live

  The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism, Inc.   Proudly Serving the Autism Community  for over 10 years! Donate Today! Please help the Flutie Foundation continue to fund programs and services for families.   Our 2010 Grant Guidelines are live! Visit our website to learn more Visit us on …

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Track & Field Announcer Scott Davis Dies

NDIANAPOLIS – World renowned track and field statistician, meet director and public address announcer Scott Davis died Wednesday at his home in Cerritos, Calif.  He was 67.  Known to many as the voice of track and field in the United States, Davis beat back cancer twice in recent years before …

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The Man Who Scaled His Own Everest

When news of my old friend Ted Corbitt’s passing reached my den at the beginning of January, I was in the midst of digesting the feast of journalistic reminiscence that followed Sir Edmund Hillary’s death. Headlines continued to distort Sir Edmund’s history-making achievement, I was thinking. No mountain‰ÛÓeven, or especially, …

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