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Web Run: End of an era

Hillsborough Street bid farewell to a long-standing tradition of family service and custom-made pizzas this weekend. Brothers Pizza, which operated on Hillsborough Street for more than 40 years, served its last meal Saturday night. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 2/28:</b></small> <li><a href="http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/mensbasketball/2005-02-27-big-dance-outlook_x.htm" target=blank><b>Who's taking dance steps, missteps?</b></a>

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"We wanted to go out with class instead of just putting a sign on the front door." - Brothers Pizza owner Lisa Swann on the closing of a NC State tradition



End of an era
Kyle Blakely * Technician
Hillsborough Street bid farewell to a long-standing tradition of family service and custom-made pizzas this weekend. Brothers Pizza, which operated on Hillsborough Street for more than 40 years, served its last meal Saturday night. "We wanted to go out with class instead of just putting a sign on the front door," owner Lisa Swann said. Read More

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In less than two weeks, it's Selection Sunday, when the 65-team field for the NCAA men's basketball tournament will be set. March 13 is approaching and time is running out for teams on the bubble and teams looking to improve their seeding position. With the stretch drive underway, USA TODAY's Jack Carey takes a look at programs heating up and programs cooling off, which schools figure to get the best seeds and which games in the next week could decide someone's destiny. First-round NCAA games are March 17-18. Read More



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