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  • Bill seeks payment to autistic woman raped in state care

    Bill seeks payment to autistic woman raped in state care
    A severely mentally disabled woman, raped and impregnated in a state-supervised Orlando group home 12 years ago, would get $950,000 from state taxpayers if Florida lawmakers approve a new relief bill. The bill, introduced this week, would provide money...
  • On The Fly: Hopeful News From Gordie Howe's Family

    On The Fly: Hopeful News From Gordie Howe's Family
    Gordie Howe is recovering from multiple strokes and is battling dementia, but his family says his condition is improving. Improving so rapidly that Mr. Hockey may appear with Wayne Gretzky at a celebrity sports dinner in Saskatoon on Feb. 6. An email from...
  • Gordie Howe underwent stem cell clinical trial in Mexico

    The family of Gordie Howe on Friday released a statement further detailing the improvements the Detroit Red Wings legend has made over the past few weeks. Son Mark Howe told the Free Press on Thursday that Gordie Howe "isn't so much walking as...
  • Well known Chicagoans name their holiday family classics

    Well known Chicagoans name their holiday family classics
    What makes a holiday film, play or TV show a classic? For many, it's because watching it brings back fond memories of holidays past. For some, it's because the film offers an important message for the season. And there are those who just like spending the...
  • Nursing home exec accused of stealing $12K from patient, 79

    Nursing home exec accused of stealing $12K from patient, 79
    A nursing home executive was arrested on suspicion of stealing $12,466 from a dementia patient in a Fort Lauderdale facility, the Florida attorney general's office said. Cathy Hanna, 42, of Fort Lauderdale, former director of admissions at Harbor Beach...
  • Isadora Sherman, who worked with troubled teens, dies at 91

     Isadora Sherman, who worked with troubled teens, dies at 91
    As the district administrator of the nonprofit Jewish Family and Community Service in Highland Park, Isadora Sherman was for many years a lifeline for scores of struggling teens and their families. Her work was particularly important during a 17-month...
  • Arizona's Ryan Lindley has another chance to shine on NFL's big stage

    Arizona's Ryan Lindley has another chance to shine on NFL's big stage
    Typical pro athlete. When quarterback Ryan Lindley signed a practice-squad deal with the San Diego Chargers a few months ago, he had his wife stay home in Arizona, and he took off to the West Coast to live with another woman. His grandmother. "By...
  • Pug's piddling indoors could be spiked by separation anxiety

    Pug's piddling indoors could be spiked by separation anxiety
    These reader questions were all answered by contributing authors of "Decoding Your Dog: The Ultimate Experts Explain Common Dog Behaviors and Reveal How to Prevent or Change Unwanted Ones" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, New York, NY, 2014; $27), written by...
  • Lennon's spirit lives in Orlando

    Lennon's spirit lives in Orlando
    Veteran Orlando musician, radio host and social activist Joseph Martens recently has been dividing his time between Central Florida and Nashville, Tenn., so it was worth wondering whether he'd have time to organize his annual John Lennon Tribute....
  • Howard County Briefs

    Auditions Howard County Summer Theatre will hold auditions for its July production of "Fiddler on the Roof," at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 5 and 10 a.m. Jan. 10 at Mt. Hebron High School, 9440 Old Frederick Road in Ellicott City. Information:...
  • Outpatient commitment law is crucial

    Outpatient commitment law is crucial
    In response to The Sun's recent editorial, "Refusing treatment" (Dec. 11), what disability rights groups omit when they say that "assertive community outpatient services" are better than outpatient civil commitment for the seriously mentally are the...