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  • 'Joker' suspect released into parents' custody

    'Joker' suspect released into parents' custody
    The Crofton man accused of threatening a workplace shooting and calling himself "a joker" appeared in a Prince George's County courtroom Tuesday, hours after leaving the inpatient psychiatric facility where he stayed voluntarily for more than three...
  • Guns and mental health

    Guns and mental health
    The arrest last month of a Maryland man for allegedly threatening to commit a mass murder at his former workplace inevitably drew comparisons to the shooting at an Aurora, Colo., movie theater that had occurred a few days earlier, leaving 12 people dead...
  • Greater Chicago Region Red Cross Encourages Public to Send Holiday Greetings to America's Heroes

    While military deployments and hospital stays may keep many of our nation's heroes away from their families this holiday season, the American Red Cross is collecting and distributing cards that send words of encouragement, gratitude and cheer. Between...
  • Residents Urged To Send Holiday Mail To Soldiers

    Congressman Rodney Alexander is urging residents to send holiday mail to ensure that soldiers and veterans in the United States and around the world will receive heartfelt wishes during the holidays. From now until Dec. 7, Alexander says residents are...
  • Spotlight On Marci Glenney

    Glenney was Connecticut's USA Today player of the year as a senior at Norwich Free Academy in 1997 after becoming the program's all-time leading scorer with 1,653 points. She was also New England's Gatorade Player-of-the-Year, a Nike and WBCA All-...
  • In new insurance model, costs are based on value of the treatment

    In new insurance model, costs are based on value of the treatment
    What if, instead of making a $10 insurance copayment for your cholesterol lowering drug, your employer provided it and other drugs to manage chronic conditions for free? What if your company also paid for weight management and smoking cessation classes?...