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  • Editorial: Thumbs up for the week of June 20

    Family and friends recently honored the life of fallen fireman Robert W. Fogle III, of Westminster, who died May 30, 2014. In the weeks following the anniversary of his death, Fogle was honored at various ceremonies around Maryland, including having his...
  • Maggie Daley Park in Chicago formally dedicated

    A new park along Chicago's lakefront named for late former first lady Maggie Daley has been dedicated. Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined members of the Daley family for the dedication Saturday. Emanuel says the park reflects Maggie Daley's life and legacy:...
  • Scott Baio's wife has a brain tumor: 'She refuses to shed one tear'

    Scott Baio's wife has a brain tumor: 'She refuses to shed one tear'
    Scott Baio and his wife Renee are facing another health challenge in their family: She's been diagnosed with a tumor in the lining of her brain. "Renee has a meningioma brain tumor," the "See Dad Run" actor said this week on Facebook. "Although 90% of...
  • Elevated breast cancer traced to pre-birth DDT exposure

     Elevated breast cancer traced to pre-birth DDT exposure
    WASHINGTON — Women who were exposed to higher levels of the pesticide DDT in utero were nearly four times more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer as adults than women who were exposed to lower levels before birth, according to a new study...
  • Participants make butter, burn calories at aerobics class fundraiser

    Participants make butter, burn calories at aerobics class fundraiser
    It's rarely the goal of an aerobics class to leave with fat, but men and women at the Mount Airy Farmers Market each walked away Wednesday night with two jars of butter they churned while dancing their way through a 30-minute workout. "This is the...
  • Qigong retreat for cancer patients

    Qigong retreat for cancer patients
    When doctors diagnosed Krana Dworkin with breast cancer last year, she wanted to incorporate her mind, as well as her body, into her treatment. So in addition to her lumpectomy and radiation, the 83-year-old Pikesville resident began taking weekly...
  • Celebrating an Annapolis 'portal': McGarvey's Saloon & Oyster Bar turns 40

    Celebrating an Annapolis 'portal': McGarvey's Saloon & Oyster Bar turns 40
    Michael Bosler did not meet his wife at McGarvey's, but he'd been taking her there since their second date and it is a tradition that continues 15 years later. Bosler discovered the Annapolis bar, in 1988 after a friend recommended it. Over the years,...
  • More Young Women Delaying Motherhood By Freezing Their Eggs For Future

    More Young Women Delaying Motherhood By Freezing Their Eggs For Future
    It's a Wednesday night in Hartford and roughly 20 women are gathered in the back room at Dish Bar & Grill. Holding glasses of wine, they mingle with one another while helping themselves to an appetizing buffet spread. Ranging in age from...
  • Lehigh River Blues Jam: A decade of building the blues in Catasauqua

    Lehigh River Blues Jam: A decade of building the blues in Catasauqua
    The Lehigh River Blues Jam has humble origins. Catasauqua built a new band shell at its Municipal Park and was looking for a way to use it. So in 2006 borough officials asked Bev Conklin to pull together a local festival. Conklin, a blues singer, is a...
  • Two business-minded refugees feed the American dream at Twin Cities airport

    MINNEAPOLIS They met over chicken wings and a game of pool more than 15 years ago, two men whose families had fled war-torn countries and wound up in Minnesota chasing the American dream. Cheng Lor was whisked out of Cambodia in the thick of the night as...
  • Local author shares her experience of battling cancer while pregnant and adopting a child

    Local author shares her experience of battling cancer while pregnant and adopting a child
    Back in September of 2007, Stephanie Hosford’s most pressing concern was what she was going to wear to her upcoming 20th Crescenta Valley High School reunion. Married and mother to 5-year-old Ethan, the La CaƱada resident’s days were spent in...