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Raymond Rolak

Raymond Rolak is a veteran sports broadcaster who writes on a range of sporting events, plus automotive and aviation topics of interest.

Phil Chess, Producer and Chess Records Co-Founder Passes

Phil Chess, a Polish immigrant, who helped deliver Chicago blues to the world, died last week. He was 95. He came to Chicago as...

Award Winning “John Paul II” to be Shown as Full Feature

SOUTHFIELD -- In cooperation with the Vatican, "Pope John Paul II", starring Jon Voight will showcase free of charge at the AMC Star Southfield-20...

Norbert Schemansky: Local Strongman Passes, Aged 92

Norbert Schemansky attained great fame in Europe but never got his due in America. He served in World War II and saw action in...

Recruiting Scheme or Complicated High School Football Game?

ANN ARBOR - The teams travelled by bus and watched the University of Michigan and Hawaii game on Saturday. This was the first...

10 Watchpoints For A 2016 End of Year Auto Purchase

Bargains and sales enticements will soon flood auto dealerships to gain market share from customers that seek end of year bargains. The dealers will...

Polish Music and Dancing at Comerica Park, 46th Annual Event

DETROIT - It was the 46th annual Polish-American Night at Comerica Park and Chris Ozog emceed the festive event. About 30,000 were in attendance...

Baseball Player Milt Pappas Passes, Aged 76

Baseball Player Adopted and Loved Chicago CHICAGO - Milt Pappas, former professional baseball player was found dead in his suburban Beecher, Illinois house on Tuesday...

Ford Field Hosts MAC Championship

Raymond Rolak says a player to watch Friday is NIU senior red-shirt cornerback, Paris Logan. He covers a lot of territory for the Huskies.

U.S. Women’s National Team Celebrated, Along With Memories

New York Mayor deBlasio made it official. His office announced that the U.S. Women's National Team will parade down Broadway Avenue into the Canyon of Heroes

Baseball Footnote Makes Important History, Example and Unique Legacy

Raymond Rolak recounts the perfect baseball record of John Paciorek, Baseball's Greatest One-Game Wonder, and a great mentor to many.