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  • Rocking fundraiser raising cash to fight cancer

    Rocking fundraiser raising cash to fight cancer
    Kari McCarthy of Oak Park knows it strikes most people as odd when she says her family feels lucky. Her 5-year-old daughter, Aria, has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Diagnosed two years ago, Aria is on track to complete chemotherapy in May, a few days...
  • Marist grad Brooke Wyderski piles up back-to-back honors for Loyola

    One month into her collegiate playing career, Loyola University freshman Brooke Wyderski has already earned two prestigious accolades. For the week ending March 2, the Rambler shortstop was named the Missouri Valley Conference's Newcomer of the Week in...
  • New school is a total joke: Zanies offers comedy classes

    New school is a total joke: Zanies offers comedy classes
    Sitting in the darkness that is the inside of Zanies comedy club no matter the time of day or the glare of the sun on Wells Street outside, it is impossible not to be thrown back into the past. That is because the walls of the club, almost every...
  • Judge Cornelius F. Sybert Jr.

    Judge Cornelius F. Sybert Jr.
    Judge Cornelius F. Sybert Jr., a retired Howard County circuit judge whose legal career spanned nearly four decades, died Feb. 24 of heart failure while vacationing in Hilton Head, S.C. The longtime Ellicott City resident was 86. "Judge Sybert...
  • Patricia Stevens, teacher and author, dies

     Patricia Stevens, teacher and author, dies
    A lifelong history buff and who majored in the subject in college, Patricia Bunning Stevens began contributing articles about historical figures for Encyclopedia Britannica while raising her children. She later taught high school history both in the...
  • When pets, not just their owners, volunteer

    When pets, not just their owners, volunteer
    Volunteering consistently ranks among the top New Year’s goals, and those resolutions can be much easier to keep if you’ve got a buddy. Someone to share the experience. Someone to hold you accountable. Someone to wag his or her tail at the...
  • One-woman show 'Shirley Valentine' brings energy, laughter

    One-woman show 'Shirley Valentine' brings energy, laughter
    As a Chicago actress, Suzanne Nyhan said she is used to working in an ensemble, where she can "develop a synergistic kind of energy." This time, there's a twist. She'll be alone on stage for about two hours. And she'll be talking to a wall. Nyhan, an...
  • Familiar names fill Midwest Conference softball rosters

    Familiar names fill Midwest Conference softball rosters
    Rare is the year when an area graduate has the opportunity to play in the NCAA Division I softball College World Series. For many area sports fans, exposure to college softball is pretty much limited to ESPN's TV coverage of the Series each May/June,...
  • Neighborhood likely to lose tutoring, extra patrols

    Neighborhood likely to lose tutoring, extra patrols
    The future of a La Grange neighborhood is uncertain with the loss of an after-school tutoring program and the likely end of an increased police presence following two shootings and gang graffiti. But about 50 residents pledged to remain committed to...
  • Force alone won't stop Islamic State

     Force alone won't stop Islamic State
    There's a growing desire among Americans to ramp up our military action against the Islamic State. A Pew Research Center poll released this week showed that sending ground troops to fight these terrorists in Iraq and Syria is supported by 47 percent...
  • Top 10 anti-Semitic colleges

    Top 10 anti-Semitic colleges
    Columbia University in New York City is ranked the number one most anti-Semitic college in the country by a Jewish freedom center. The Los Angeles-based David Horowitz Freedom Center's Jew Hatred on Campus campaign named Columbia first, followed by...