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  • La Leche League of Columbia meets fourth Friday

    These groups meet regularly. Bereavement Support Group — Fourth Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. This group is for adults who are mourning the loss of a loved one. All are welcome. St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Room 105, 8300 Old Columbia Road, Fulton. 410-792-...
  • Florida groups get $7.8 million in grants to sign up people for Obamacare

    Florida groups get $7.8 million in grants to sign up people for Obamacare
    WASHINGTON -- Federal officials announced on Thursday that the Florida Covering Kids & Families program in Tampa will get the biggest grant in the state to carry out a “navigator” program intended to help consumers sign up for health insurance...
  • Family of woman charged with kidnapping, home invasion speaks out

    Family of woman charged with kidnapping, home invasion speaks out
    NILES-- The daughters of 50-year-old Bonnie Farrow say their mother is a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic..  who also suffers from dementia.     The family says their mother meant no harm. On Wednesday, Farrow was in Niles and saw the girl outside...
  • Whiteford stable to offer equine assisted psychotherapy training

    Stable Options LLC will be hosting a part-one certification training in the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association Model of EAP and EAL at Hunting Ground Farm, 2002 Whiteford Road, Whiteford, from Oct. 10 to 12. Stable Options is owned by...
  • Steve Lopez: Jerry Brown a disappointment on prison overcrowding

    Steve Lopez: Jerry Brown a disappointment on prison overcrowding
    In 1979, a man with a long history of mental illness robbed an Oakland department store and was sentenced to seven-years-to-life in prison. At the time, the average time behind bars on such a conviction was seven years. Thirty-two years later, at age...
  • ADHD, texting and driving: A deadly mix

    ADHD, texting and driving: A deadly mix
    When it comes to driving, teenagers have a lot of factors working against them: inexperience, impulsiveness, the challenge of navigating their complex social and emotional lives and the road at the same time. Add to that the compulsion to text friends and...
  • Untreated mental health problems cost us all

    Untreated mental health problems cost us all
    I have a friend who is one of the best parents I know. He and his wife are loving and generous. They have opened their home to those in need, adopting several children. Watching them is both inspiring and humbling. Yet it has also kept me up at...
  • Freed 3-strikes inmates have low recidivism rate, report finds

     Freed 3-strikes inmates have low recidivism rate, report finds
    More than 1,000 inmates previously sentenced to life in prison have been freed since voters approved changes to California's three-strikes law in November, with only a handful charged with new offenses since their release, according to a report released...
  • Luck around the clock: Illinois casinos want to be open 24/7

    Luck around the clock: Illinois casinos want to be open 24/7
    Illinois gamblers could try their luck around the clock under a proposal regulators are weighing to allow the state's 10 casinos to operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Illinois casinos are allowed to stay open for a maximum of 22 hours a day, but...
  • Addiction: State's Overdose Problem Requires A Sense Of Urgency

    Connecticut is not doing enough to keep people from becoming addicted to alcohol and drugs and dying of drug overdoses. Only a fraction of those who need help with the chronic, relapsing disease of addiction get that help here, mirroring statistics...
  • Letters: A veteran's trauma, a family's struggle

    Letters: A veteran's trauma, a family's struggle
    Re "A soldier's wife," Sept. 8 On a beautiful Sunday morning, I read The Times' front-page article about the widening attack plans for Syria and was emotionally overwhelmed. Then I read the story about the wife of an Iraq war veteran struggling with...