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  • New Scholarship Will Honor Eva Wickwire

    BRISTOL — Two months after the unexpected death of long-time Bristol Hospital employee Eva Wickwire, her colleagues and friends have established a scholarship in her memory. Wickwire, 53, started as a volunteer at Hartford Hospital in her youth,...
  • Coal City says tornado tore through, causing heavy damage but minor injuries

    Coal City says tornado tore through, causing heavy damage but minor injuries
    Coal City officials said Tuesday morning that they believe a tornado tore through the town overnight, hitting the high school as it came from the west, tearing up dozens of homes and then heavily damaging a fire station as it left. Several people were...
  • Northbrook businessman donates kitchen to Cancer Wellness Center

    Northbrook businessman donates kitchen to Cancer Wellness Center
    Cancer and cancer treatments may affect taste, smell, appetite and the ability to absorb nutrients, according to the National Cancer Institute. That's just one of many reasons Nancy Bulzoni's staff has received so many requests for nutrition classes...
  • The Latest: Cellphone service restored in south Jersey

    The latest on storm recovery in New Jersey (all times local): 5:30 p.m. EDT Verizon says cellphone service has been restored in areas of southern New Jersey where severe storms roared through on Tuesday night. Many customers lost service or had other...
  • The high cost of kidnapping

    Does paying ransom to a foreign kidnapper free one American but put more at risk? Not any easy question. But if you're someone like Nancy Curtis of Cambridge, Mass., you were never too interested in that debate. You wanted to save your son, Theo Padnos,...
  • Man suspected in $55M cyberattacks pleads not guilty in US

    A Turkish man accused of masterminding a series of cyberattacks that resulted in a loss of more than $55 million to the global financial system was extradited to the United States and pleaded not guilty Wednesday in a New York courtroom. Ercan...
  • The Latest on weather: At least 7 injuries in Illinois storm

    12:15 CDT Authorities say at least seven people have been injured after severe storms that spawned at least one tornado tracked across northern Illinois. High winds caused property damage and uprooted trees the Lee County community of Sublette on Monday...
  • Announcements: Car show and chicken barbecue, blood drive and more

    Car show, barbecue Severna Park Baptist Church will host its eighth annual car show and chicken barbecue from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 27 at the church, 506 Benfield Road. Hot rods and classic cars from around the area will be on display and muscle...
  • North Carroll Senior Center May June 17-23

    North Carroll Senior and Community Center is located at 2328 Hanover Pike, Greenmount. The center's phone number is 410-386-3900. Schedules are subject to change. Lunch is served at noon. Weekdays Available daily: Exercise Equipment, Billiards,...
  • Red Cross fears for Palestinian hunger striker in Israel

    A prominent Palestinian detainee who has been on a hunger strike for 48 days faces an "immediate risk" of death, the International Committee of the Red Cross said Tuesday, urging Israel to allow his family to visit in line with international conventions....
  • More Than 130 Graduate In Bristol Tech Ceremony

    More Than 130 Graduate In Bristol Tech Ceremony
    BRISTOL — The graduates were subdued, but attentive, as they gathered beneath a tent in the parking lot of Bristol Technical Education Center. Family members and guests dotted the grassy hill on the edge of the lot, setting up lawn chairs or...