Calhoun led the UConn program from obscurity to three national championships, but has struggled recently with health issues, including a fractured hip last month that has forced him to come to work on crutches.
You haggle when you buy your car. You haggle and drive a hard bargain when you buy a new house. Why wouldn’t you haggle when you’re buying retirement housing for yourself or your parents?
They were calling out numbers at the New York City Employees Retirement System offices Thursday, and although they weren’t giving out winning Mega Millions tickets, many will be set for life.
The 69-year-old Hall-of-Famer, a self-described gym rat, is back from a month-long medical leave that had many questioning whether he would ever coach again.
The 42-year-old closer says he has reached a decision about whether he will retire or return in 2013 but said he won’t reveal it until “maybe October.”
“If you can’t walk, do the upper body. You must keep the core strong. I have muscles here that are unbelievable,” said Harvey Dwoskin, 88.
Money is tight. Times are tough. You need help. But where to turn? How about the New York Public Library’s Money Matters program?
You’ve got a friend in Rye if you’re getting along in years at SPRYE – Staying Put in Rye and Environs.
Chris Drury couldn’t make it with the Rangers in 2011-12. Now he’s retiring from the NHL just two months after the former New York captain had the final year of his contract bought out by the team.
Damien Woody said Friday at a news conference at the Jets’ training facility that he contemplated returning for a 13th NFL season, but decided to move forward with his plan to get into television and radio broadcasting.
Often an athlete makes a bold statement during his sport’s yearly apex out of narcissistic reflex, a way of wrenching the spotlight from where it belongs and shining it on himself. But in this case, Shaquille O’Neal did the right thing.
Jim Calhoun told graduates of the high school where he coached and taught that “the best years are ahead of you.” Still, he wouldn’t say how he would spend his own future.
Unwilling to face another drug ban, Manny Ramirez is leaving baseball and at peace with his decision while the sport confronts the specter of steroids again.
In a day that Andy Pettitte “knew was obviously going to eventually come,” the Yankees’ sturdy lefty said goodbye to baseball on Friday morning.
County Executive Edward Mangano named Police Chief Thomas Krumpter as acting commissioner. Krumpter also will assist Mangano in creating a search committee for a permanent replacement.