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  • Tenacious Eustis civil rights leader dead at 88

    During the mid-1980s, T.H. Poole Sr. would walk into a city commission meeting — pick any city in Lake County — and the racial tension would ratchet up about a dozen notches. Here it comes. Trouble. Glances were exchanged. Elected types...
  • How to resolve family conflicts over caregiving

    How to resolve family conflicts over caregiving
    As president and founder of Champion Home Health Care, Kim Champion shares her expertise on when and how to handle family conflicts over caregiving issues, especially when it comes to aging parents. You just sent out an advisory to help families resolve...
  • Book reviews: Lisa Scottoline's new thriller, and two debuts

    Book reviews: Lisa Scottoline's new thriller, and two debuts
    'Every Fifteen Minutes' By Lisa Scottoline. St. Martin's, 448 pages, $27.99 Lisa Scottoline, who seems to own permanent spots on best-sellers lists, made her career with engrossing legal thrillers featuring strong characters and hefty plots. That...
  • Mother Starts Clothing Line To Make Dressing Easier For Children With Autism

    Mother Starts Clothing Line To Make Dressing Easier For Children With Autism
    Lauren Thierry worked for CNN, reporting on financial news. Then, her 2-year-old son, Liam, was diagnosed with autism. "I was doing a lot of those furtive phone calls in the office to doctors, occupational therapists, physical therapists," she says,...
  • Oak Lawn teen out to help the world, one trip at a time

    Oak Lawn teen out to help the world, one trip at a time
    Genna Power has two passions: travel and helping others. So it wasn't surprising when the Mother McAuley High School senior contacted NPH USA — as in Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, or "Our Little Brothers and Sisters," a nonprofit that helps children...
  • DA: Deaths of elderly man, woman appear to be murder-suicide

    Authorities say the deaths of an elderly Philadelphia-area man and woman appear to have been a murder-suicide. The Chester County district attorney's office said the bodies of 79-year-old Russell Wisler and 77-year-old Roxanne Wisler were found Wednesday...
  • Iconic songwriter coming to Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall for tribute to country great?

    Iconic songwriter coming to Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall for tribute to country great?
    Songwriters Hall of Famer Jimmy Webb, who wrote many of the iconic hits of Glenn Campbell’s career – such as "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Wichita Lineman" and "Galveston," will perform a show paying tribute to the singer at Allentown&...
  • Chokehold case questions follow NY congressional candidate

    Even if Dan Donovan prefers to talk about Iran, immigration or taxes, there's another topic the Republican congressional hopeful can't avoid: the death of Eric Garner at the hands of a police officer. The Staten Island district attorney drew national...
  • Island City Stage announces 2015-2016 season

    Island City Stage announces 2015-2016 season
    For the 2015-2016 season, Island City Stage will make a move. The theater company, known for its LGBT-themed plays aimed at progressive communities, will mount their shows at the Abyss Theatre in Wilton Manors, at 2304 Dixie Highway. The new...
  • Hockey great Gordie Howe makes gritty fight back from stroke

    Ravaged by a stroke that left him unable to walk and barely able to speak, Gordie Howe decided it was time to quit. His sons didn't want to hear it. Not from Mr. Hockey, whose 25-year career in the NHL was defined by his indomitable style and blend of...
  • Windermere man takes crazy 'Raft' plunge

    Windermere man takes crazy 'Raft' plunge
    Public-relations executive Roger Pynn calls Chris Tracy a bright marketer, an overachiever and a friend. But in making an introduction, Pynn also says he considers Tracy “crazy” and adds, “I will let you decide whether he’s nuts.&...