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  • For the record

    No-fly zones: An article in the Nov. 10 Section A about flight restrictions over Disney theme parks misstated the Federal Aviation Administration's positions on no-fly zones over Disney parks and sports events by implying the agency was seeking their...
  • Health Central Hospital adding 40 rooms

    Health Central Hospital adding 40 rooms
    Ocoee's Health Central Hospital is getting 40 additional rooms thanks to a $13.8 million grant from the West Orange Healthcare District.  “This 40-room addition to the hospital will benefit west Orange County residents in a couple of very...
  • Journalist returns to Chicago from disease-plagued Liberia

    Journalist returns to Chicago from disease-plagued Liberia
    Everyone thinks I've been quarantined after I returned from Liberia last month. I'm not. I greet people by tapping the inside of my shoe to the inside of their shoe. It's a standard greeting among Doctors Without Borders staff in Monrovia, Liberia, the...
  • Baptist Health South Florida, Bethesda Health sign formal affiliation agreement

    Baptist Health South Florida and Bethesda Health and Bethesda Hospital signed an affiliation agreement on Oct. 6 after signing a non-binding letter of intent in December 2013. Bethesda Health is made up of two nonprofit hospitals, Bethesda Hospital East...
  • Visit to psychologist is fair game in Griffin divorce, wife says

    Visit to psychologist is fair game in Griffin divorce, wife says
    In a contentious divorce, Chicago multibillionaire Ken Griffin has said Anne Dias Griffin violated his rights by revealing that they went to a couple's therapy session days before their wedding. In a court filing Monday, however, Dias Griffin said she...
  • Md. board backs continual monitoring of charges against doctors

    Md. board backs continual monitoring of charges against doctors
    Maryland doctors would be fingerprinted and continually monitored for criminal charges under draft legislation the state Board of Physicians plans to propose next year. The policy would require them to apply for a background check when first seeking a...
  • Veterans courts needed

    Tomorrow, we pay homage to those Marylanders who faithfully served our country in uniform. Many of those who served will ask for no more, realizing it is both a privilege and honor to serve this great country in its time of need. For a growing few,...
  • Vintage raceboats will rev up engines this weekend

    Vintage raceboats will rev up engines this weekend
    The Classic Raceboat Association will present its annual Fall Thunder Vintage Raceboat Regatta this weekend on Lake Dora. The three-day event will feature vintage outboards and inboards, small- and medium-sized and Grand Prix hydroplanes, Jersey speed...
  • Lehigh County Court enlists veterans to mentor vets in trouble with the law

    Lehigh County Court enlists veterans to mentor vets in trouble with the law
    For Clyde Hoch, the real war began when his tour in Vietnam ended. He had survived the heaviest fighting of the Tet Offensive, a campaign of bloodshed in 1968 that leveled cities and villages and left about 4,000 Americans dead. Hoch, then a 21-year-...
  • Health Department reaches out to women at risk of breast cancer

    Health Department reaches out to women at risk of breast cancer
    When President Barack Obama kicked off his re-election campaign in 2012, his analytical staff handed him a priceless gift — the names of about 67 million voters who had most likely voted for him. Using the same analytic tools, a company founded by...
  • Park Ridge police win mental health grant

    Park Ridge police win mental health grant
    The Park Ridge Police Department has won an almost-$100,000 federal grant to apply "community policing" principles to mental health – a program that both local and federal officials say they hope will be a model for the nation. The two-year, $99,...