By: Naomi Etienne and Emma Schwarz Winter break has been extended due to Southwest Airline’s malfunctioning. As people around the country travel to places around the globe during their break, their flights are getting put on pause. One major reason vacations have been cut short or extended is […]
By: Sarah Blackwell and Bella Pitrone Pope Benedict XVI, the first Pope to step down from his position in 600 years, died Saturday evening at age 95. A three-day visiting period followed his death, where his body lays to allow his followers to pay their respects. His predecessor […]
By: Jacinda McNeal Fordjour Howard County has recently been struck with a recent TikTok trend of young teens stealing and driving cars, specifically Kias and Hyundais. Videos of Kias and Hyundai that use a key ignition being hotwired quickly spread as more and more videos of young teens […]
By: Serenity Holland Temperatures in Maryland have been offensively rigid this December. Northeastern air is taking on the lower end of thirty-degree weather causing the community to face prompt adjustment. Kickstarting the heat and digging out sweatshirts from the bottom of the closet has come sooner than expected. […]
By: Kate Carneal and Camden Lippert For fifteen years, Tennessee football has been fighting for a victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide. On Saturday, October 15, history was made as the Volunteers defeated Alabama (52-49) in front of their home crowd. The win shocked the college football world. […]
By: Willow Schools On Friday, Oct. 28, Mt. Hebron came to school dressed in pink for breast cancer awareness day. Students also showed up to that night’s football wearing pink to show support. This year, the 2024 Class Board ordered pink “We Are Hebron” t-shirts that were being […]
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