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Matteo Miselli has been honored for a second time by Off the Block/Frisco Mo as he earned Independent Teams Freshman of the Year. The Reggio Emilia, Italy native accumulated 13 points in the voting results, alongside three first-place nods. Additionally, the outside hitter collected an All-I…

Tusculum University women’s basketball coach Devan Carter has been hired as women’s basketball coach at fellow South Atlantic Conference member Lincoln Memorial University.

With a lot of parents facing the challenge of keeping housebound kids happy and healthy, this is the perfect time to teach kids the basics of nutrition and eating right.

Bill Withers, who wrote and sang a string of soulful songs in the 1970s that have stood the test of time, including “ Lean On Me, “ “Lovely Day” and “Ain’t No Sunshine,” has died from heart complications, his family said in a statement to The Associated Press. He was 81.

Walking my dog Dorothy a few months ago I didn’t recognize the fellow waving from the white car until he stopped to say hello. Turns out it was Ed, a casual acquaintance, whose wave I hadn’t acknowledged because I couldn’t see him through the tinted glass.

Integrating work life into the home has rarely been easy, but measures to contain the virus have brought those worlds into sudden and sharp collision. Untold numbers of Americans are shifting their day jobs from offices to living rooms, spare bedrooms, kitchens and basements. This massive, unplanned social experiment can strain productivity and domestic tranquility as toddlers scurry around untended and business meetings and classes shift to noisy group video chats that resemble a checkerboard of talking heads.

A small contingent from the College of Science, Technology and Math at Tusculum University and a few other volunteers practiced environmental stewardship Thursday, March 26, by planting seedling and sapling trees and shrubs on the bank of College Creek.