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  • Weekend preview: Where to rock lobster, Walrus and Keanu

    Weekend preview: Where to rock lobster, Walrus and Keanu
    Lots of impressive sights this weekend, including a lobster roll more than 35 feet long in Delray Beach (grab a piece for free), a $20,000 bankroll for a Fort Lauderdale art space (maybe, with your help), 4,800 square feet of Keanu Reeves (and you may...
  • 4th Annual 'Enfield Runs For A Reason' Is Saturday

    ENFIELD — Two graduates of Enrico Fermi High School are organizing the fourth annual Enfield Runs for a Reason 5K and 1-mile walk Saturday to raise money for breast cancer research. Four years ago, Angela Keck, 25, Fermi class of 2006, and...
  • Sarah I. Sullivan, school development officer

    Sarah I. Sullivan, school development officer
    Sarah I. "Sally" Sullivan, former development officer for the Madeira School in McLean, Va., who earlier had been a financial consultant and a lawyer, died Monday at her Lutherville home of complications from breast cancer. She was 68. The daughter of...
  • Field Hockey: South Windsor Finding That Everyone Fitting In

       South Windsor field hockey coach Michelle Ford wasn't quite sure what to expect from her team at the start of the season. Seven starters had graduated, eight seniors total, although she did have the core of her team intact with a goalkeeper, a center...
  • Trinity Football Aiming For Undefeated Season

    Trinity Football Aiming For Undefeated Season
    Two pictures hang on the wall of the Trinity football weight room. One shows Middlebury celebrating a victory against the Bantams on Oct. 26, 2013. The other is of Amherst celebrating a win against the Bantams a week later. Those losses in Weeks 6 and 7...
  • Three-time breast cancer survivor tells her story

    BASTROP, Tex. Some say it's the hardest thing they have ever had to hear, but for Shelley Crenshaw, three-time breast cancer survivor and Bastrop resident, it was a blessing. "You can lay down and die or you can get busy living," she said. "My fight...
  • Sandra Rivera's Survival Story

    Sandra Rivera's Survival Story
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2004 after noticing a lump.  It was hard and visible, different from the nodules or cysts I was used to feeling.  A mammogram and ultrasound detected two tumors in my right breast and two lesions too small for...
  • Nannette Baumwoll's Survival Story

    Nannette Baumwoll's Survival Story
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2004 after my regular mammogram. It was very upsetting. I had no symptoms. The surgery to remove the cancer was a one-day ordeal. Dr. Cannon did a lumpectomy at Baptist Hospital in Miami. The hospital and...
  • Leesburg's Boo Bash is on Saturday

    Leesburg's Boo Bash is on Saturday
    Who said Lake County can’t scare things up this Halloween season? Leesburg is doing its best to get into the spooky spirit with an upcoming Halloween party on Towne Square. The annual Boo Bash will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday,...
  • Lactation consultants should support mothers' decisions

    This is in response to “Why I don’t breast-feed, if you must know”, by Emily Wax-Thibodeaux. On behalf of the majority of International Board Certified Lactation Consultants, I’d like to offer the author an apology. I do not...
  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday
    The health of an Ebola patient being treated in the state continues to improve. Journalism loses an icon. Here's what you need to know to start your Wednesday.    WEATHER As the English say, it’s positively “bucketing” out there,...