Brick man is killed after being struck by two cars while moving disabled vehicle BRICK — A Brick man pushing his disabled vehicle off Route 70 was struck by two cars and killed Thursday night, according to a report on Brick.Patch.com. William J. Cassano, 40, was driving east on Route 70 near Burnt Tavern Road when his Toyota 4Runner ... 05/3/2012 - 8:40 pm | View Link
Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook joked that he has had to go above and beyond this season to learn how to communicate with his current defensive partner Michal Kempny. "I've been taking Rosetta Stone classes," Seabrook deadpanned after a recent Hawks practice. "We talk as much as we can." That's
Fans hoping to watch their beloved Cubs play a World Series game for the first time since 1945 may have to tap into their life savings to score seats at Wrigley Field. On Saturday, the Cubs wrapped up the National League Championship Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2 and advanced to face
Moments after suffering a gut-wrenching loss Friday to Loyola, Brother Rice receiver Ricky Smalling pointed to a potential rematch against the Ramblers in the Class 8A playoffs."We know Part II is coming soon," Smalling said. "We know what we have to work on. We're going to be so much better in
For the record, Dwyane Wade said he and LeBron James have yet to decide their friendly wager on the Cubs-Indians World Series, established via social media after Saturday's Cubs' pennant-clinching victory. Let's talk!!! #WorldSeriesConvo was Wade's initial tweet to James. To which James responded:
All work and no play hardly has made Jason Hammel and Matt Szczur dull boys. Both played all season with the Cubs, only to be left off the postseason roster for the division and league championship series. Szczur still has found a way to play a role in the team's playoff success.
Hundreds of individuals deserve credit for the Cubs' success, from Chairman Tom Ricketts, whose decision to bring in Theo Epstein as president changed the course of the franchise, to the front-office personnel, scouts and coaches Epstein brought in over the years. The players, of course, are the