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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Dark Israeli-German comedy coming to local theaters

    Dark Israeli-German comedy coming to local theaters
    The Israeli-German comedy "The Farewell Party" provides dark and morbid humor while addressing sensitive and controversial issues such as assisted suicide and the right to die. The film, written and directed by Sharon Maymon and Tal Granit, opens...
  • Senior Friends donate picnic table, bench for Airline Trail

    A number of local seniors and town and state dignitaries gathered on the Hebron portion of the Airline Trail on June 13 to dedicate a new picnic table and resting bench donated by the Senior Friends of Hebron. The group is a 501(c)3 organization, "a...
  • 4 B.B. King daughters raise possibility of 'missing' will

    Four of B.B. King's 11 surviving adult children are raising the possibility that a second will exists, and they're again accusing the blues legend's longtime business manager of stealing his wealth and endangering his health in his dying days. Probate...
  • Community news for Enfield edition

    Enfield Women's Club scholarship recipients Enfield Junior Women's Club, a member of Connecticut Junior Women, would like to congratulate their high school 2015 Scholarship recipients. Each of these young womenwere awarded $350. Pictured is Amber...
  • Algren winner on her memorable tale about forgetting

    Algren winner on her memorable tale about forgetting
    Brenda Peynado had a promising career with IBM, but writing was always something she did. When her mom was diagnosed with cancer, she took a leave of absence from her job to move home and help out. That's when she decided to seriously consider...
  • Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Rizzoli & Isles' and more

    Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Rizzoli & Isles' and more
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 14 - 20, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Cry Wolfe Private investigator Brian...
  • The Latest: Chicago beats Tampa Bay 2-0 to win Stanley Cup

    Make that a championship hat trick for these Chicago Blackhawks. Patrick Kane and Duncan Keith scored, and the Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup in six years, beating the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-0 in Game 6 on Monday night. Chicago clinched a...
  • Maureen Fuechtmann, led campus ministry at Loyola, dies at 76

    Maureen Fuechtmann, led campus ministry at Loyola, dies at 76
    Maureen Fuechtmann turned an initial calling as a Catholic nun into a career in campus ministry, developing innovative programs to expand the horizons of students of all faiths and denominations. As vice president for ministry with Loyola University...
  • Blogger gets 2.5 years over senator's wife photo conspiracy

    A blogger who pleaded guilty in a conspiracy to break into a nursing home and shoot unauthorized video of the ailing wife of a U.S. senator was sentenced Monday to serve more than two years in prison. Clayton Kelly, 29, of Pearl, Mississippi, shot the...
  • After 2 mistrials in nursing home sex case, man takes battery plea

    After 2 mistrials in nursing home sex case, man takes battery plea
    After two mistrials, Angelo Bird pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated battery of an elderly woman he cared for in a Crystal Lake nursing home. Bird, 26, had initially been accused of sexual assault against the 93-year-old woman, who has since died. The...
  • What is Lewy body disease? Stan Mikita's plight highlights condition

     What is Lewy body disease? Stan Mikita's plight highlights condition
    The recent diagnosis of dementia with Lewy bodies for Chicago Blackhawks legend Stan Mikita has cast a rare light on a disease about which little is known, despite its rank as the second most common form of dementia after Alzheimer's disease. The...