Voters Oust School Board Pair for 'Redskins' Retirement
by Karen Robinson News Staff Reporter May 2015
Lancaster School District voters, angry about the abrupt retiring of their mascot, tossed out two incumbents who voted to do away with the mascot that was beloved by many and deemed racist by others.
Prep Coach Who Resigned Now Wants Old Job Back
by Phil Anastasia; Inquirer Staff Writer May 2015
Paul Wiedeman , the highly successful boys' basketball coach at Haddonfield High School, has decided that the grass isn't always greener, after all.
Rec Director Hiring Brings Conflict-of-Interest Claims
by Katie Leslie; Staff May 2015
A legal opinion sought by a critic of an Atlanta councilmember's appointment to the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority is adding fuel to a debate over the appropriateness of her dual roles.
Short on Candidates, Marlins Move GM to Manager
by Press Services May 2015
Marlins general manager Dan Jennings was selected Monday to replace Mike Redmond in the dugout. Jennings has 31 years of experience in professional baseball, but he never played in the majors and has never managed.
Prep Coach Resigns Amid Parent, Player Complaints
by Tom Chard Staff Writer May 2015
South Portland High basketball coach Phil Conley said he was shocked when he was told in a meeting Tuesday with school administrators that he wouldn't be asked to return next season.
Ohio State's Associate Band Director Gets Interim Tag
by Collin Binkley May 2015
The associate director of Ohio State University's marching band will take over as interim director for the upcoming season after a search for a permanent successor stalled in recent months.
Kennesaw State Paying Coach $105K to Step Down
by Doug Roberson; Staff May 2015
Although he had two years remaining on his contract, Kennesaw State is paying Jimmy Lallathin $105,000 to step down as men's basketball coach after a tempestuous final few weeks with the university
Athletic Director Who Resigned to Get $125K Settlement
by Leslie Bridgers, Staff Writer May 2015
The Westbrook schools' former athletic director, who resigned last year after a controversy about the overturned suspensions of student-athletes, will receive more than $125,000 in a settlement agreement reached Monday with the school department.
Cal U of Pennsylvania Athletes Protest Coaching Cuts
by Debra Erdley May 2015
A small group of professors, coaches and athletes at California University of Pennsylvania hit the bricks Friday afternoon, protesting the elimination of six assistant coaching positions, as school officials scramble to deal with declining enrollment and financial pressures.
Deadline Gone: Ousted Rec Director Mulls Legal Options
by Thomas J. Prohaska; News Niagara Reporter May 2015
The legal deadline for a State Supreme Court lawsuit against the City of Lockport from former Youth and Recreation Director Melissa I. Junke ran out this week. However, her attorney said Junke still has other legal options that aren't constrained by the deadline as she seeks to challenge her ouster.