ESPN pulls Robert Lee from covering Virginia football due to name – NY Daily News

An announcer by any other name would announce just as sweet.

In what is sure to be a controversial decision, ESPN has decided to pull college football announcer Robert Lee from covering a Virginia football game this season due to the simple fact his name is Robert Lee, the network announced on Tuesday. Outkick the Coverage’s Clay Travis was the first to report the questionable decision.

Source: ESPN pulls Robert Lee from covering Virginia football due to name – NY Daily News

Former police officer Keleman to discuss new book, ‘Paranormal PA’ | TribLIVE

A former police officer who enjoys researching local history and writing about crime and hauntings will introduce his latest book Aug. 26 in the Cafe at Craftique, 770 E. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg.

Ed Kelemen, 72, of New Florence, will discuss and sign copies of “Paranormal PA” from 1 to 3 p.m. as part of the “Meet Your Local Authors” series presented byLigonier Valley Writers and Craftique Collections.

Ed is an author, columnist, and paranormal documentarian.  He has published several books about paranormal events, as well as mystery novels and horror for adults and for middle graders.  He has had articles and fiction published in numerous local and national publications.  He writes a weekly column for the Blairsville Dispatch.  And he runs Ligonier Valley Writers’ flash fiction contest, now in its twelfth year.

Source: Former police officer Keleman to discuss new book, ‘Paranormal PA’ | TribLIVE

Secret Service can’t pay agents for Trump and his family, report says – CNNPolitics

The Secret Service cannot pay hundreds of agents to protect President Donald Trump and his large family, according to a report published Monday morning.

STORY HIGHLIGHTS

  • More than 1,000 agents have reportedly hit the federally mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances
  • CNN has reached out to the White House for comment

Source: Secret Service can’t pay agents for Trump and his family, report says – CNNPolitics

Fayette District Delays Start Of School Year Due To Solar Eclipse « CBS Pittsburgh

Students of one Western Pennsylvania school district will get an extra day of summer vacation, thanks to Monday’s solar eclipse.

The new school year in the South Fayette Township School District has been pushed back to Tuesday.

School board members voted Tuesday night to push the start of the year back by one day due to “reviewed and considered information regarding the upcoming” solar eclipse.

Source: Fayette District Delays Start Of School Year Due To Solar Eclipse « CBS Pittsburgh