• Tennessee HS Names State's First Woman Football Coach

    by Chip Cirillo The Tennessean September 2014

    Brittney Garner, who was hired recently by Pickett County, is believed to be the first female football coach in Tennessee.

  • Winningest Girls' Hoops Coach in Ohio Faces DUI Charge

    by staff and wire reports September 2014

    David A. Butcher is scheduled to appear today in Fairfield County Municipal Court. Authorities said Butcher drove a Ford Escape left-of-center while crossing Milnor Road,

  • Should Coach Get $200K Raise During Budget Struggles?

    by Albuquerque Journal September 2014

    University of New Mexico head basketball coach Craig Neal just hit an unopposed three-pointer to win the Mountain West salary competition. But is this a good win for UNM overall?

  • NY Post: Prep AD Knew of Coach-Athlete Relationships

    by BRAD HAMILTON September 2014

    Two female basketball coaches at a Catholic high school bedded students for years under the watch of a skirt-chasing athletic director, according to an alleged victim and three school sources.

  • Pay at Issue as Buffalo Jills Suit Allowed to Progress

    by Jane Kwiatkowski Radlich; News Staff Reporter September 2014

    Five former Buffalo Jills have something to cheer about after a State Supreme Court justice recently allowed them to move ahead with their wages lawsuit against the Buffalo Bills.

  • Stripped of HoF Status, Former HS Coach Denies Abuse

    by Ernie Clark BDN Staff August 2014

    Longtime former Jonesport-Beals High School boys basketball coach Ordman Alley on Monday denied allegations of sexual abuse that led to his recent removal from two Maine athletic halls of fame.

  • Running a HS Athletic Department Mixes Rewards, Stress

    by Mike Lowe, Staff Writer August 2014

    There was a time when the high school athletic director was a coach (probably football or basketball), definitely a teacher. These days, only at smaller schools do you find athletic directors who also coach or teach.

  • Staffing Reductions Blamed for Cubs' Tuesday Tarp Fiasco

    by GORDON WITTENMYER. Staff Reporter August 2014

    A staffing decision by the Cubs' stadium operations might have made as big a difference as any "mechanical'' issue in creating the tarp-related mess Tuesday night that led to the historic decision Wednesday to uphold the San Francisco Giants' challenge of what was originally ruled a rain-shortened Cubs victory.

  • Mayor Apologizes for Not Putting New Rec Hire to a Vote

    by Judy Walton August 2014

    When Alderman Steve Looney discovered there was a new part-time summer worker with the city's parks and recreation department, he couldn't remember when the Jasper Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved that.

  • Park Director Found Guilty of Groping Female Employee

    by Yolanda Jones 901-333-2014 August 2014

    Michael Mullins, 66, was found guilty of simple assault Wednesday by Judge Allen Couch during a bench trial in DeSoto County Court.