The students allegedly used a denial-of-service attack to flood a computer system with useless traffic and bring it to a halt

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Although Goshen Community Schools are only exploring the project-based learning model through New Tech Network, some teachers are experimenting with community service projects

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A blue Scion crashed into a house at the corner of C.R. 38 and C.R. 13 Monday night

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