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  • Walking Down All 22 Stories Of The Hilton Hotel — The Hard Way — For A Good Cause

    Walking Down All 22 Stories Of The Hilton Hotel — The Hard Way — For A Good Cause
    HARTFORD, Conn. — Waterford Group Chairman Len Wolman builds hotels from the ground up, but today, he will see how it feels to go from the top down. Wolman will be among the 115 people expected to rappel down the side of the 22-story Hilton...
  • Hospice program honored

     
    It has an ungainly name -- optimizing advanced complex illness support, or OACIS -- but a noble mission. OACIS, Lehigh Valley Health Network's palliative care program, recently received a national honor for carrying out that mission. OACIS, established in...
  • Former Va. governor corruption trial: Defense says Maureen McDonnell had a crush on gift giver

    Former Va. governor corruption trial: Defense says Maureen McDonnell had a crush on gift giver
    The ugly details of a marriage that was falling apart in the governor's mansion will get dragged in front a jury in the coming weeks as former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, fight federal corruption charges. Their marriage was so broken that a...
  • Williams testifies, says McDonnells were "a business relationship"

    Williams testifies, says McDonnells were "a business relationship"
    RICHMOND — The government's star witness against Bob and Maureen McDonnell took the stand Wednesday, detailing a lavish shopping afternoon with the former first lady and telling a jury that he wrote checks for the couple because he needed the...
  • Vanessa Echols: WFTV's morning champ

    Vanessa Echols: WFTV's morning champ
    When WFTV-Channel 9 decided to make Vanessa Echols a morning anchor in 1997, little did anyone realize it would turn out to be one of the smartest talent moves in the TV market's history. Time really has a way of sorting out these matters. Lauren...
  • Updated comic Archie's death a cultural barometer

    Archie Andrews has died, felled by an assassin's bullet intended for a friend. Let's pause here to mourn an iconic figure of our childhood. If you're of a certain age, you might suspect that his murder was the result of a tormented love triangle...
  • What do you think? Winter Park is turning Pink

    What do you think? Winter Park is turning Pink
    Pink, Teresa Mairn said, is an exciting and vibrant color, and one that holds a lot of power. It’s not a color she’s interested in solely as a fashion statement, though. For Mairn, a breast health expert with Winter Park Memorial Hospital...
  • Bruce Wagner continues his Hollywood topography in 'Maps to the Stars'

    Bruce Wagner continues his Hollywood topography in 'Maps to the Stars'
    He stands in black boots and black coat, phone at his ear, as if conspiring with a distant demon. He beckons in a rooftop cafe and hangs up. The Hollywood Hills, which he has known since childhood, rise tidy and neat; houses shine, pools glimmer. But to...
  • Weekend preview: The joy of sax, drinks and charity

    Weekend preview: The joy of sax, drinks and charity
    Ben Stocker is a tenor saxophonist from Hollywood, this weekend playing at Books and Books in Coral Gables, one of his last South Florida gigs before he heads off to college and, with hard work and perseverance, a career as a musician. He hopes he’s...
  • Volunteers are in the pink to fight breast cancer

    Volunteers are in the pink to fight breast cancer
    Community members donned bright-pink tutus Thursday to try to drum up excitement for the upcoming Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Orange County in Newport Beach. They gathered at the Pacific Life building near Fashion Island, where the 5K run/walk will...
  • Time to make chemical storage safety a top national priority

    Growing up in Port Arthur, Texas, I always knew that neighbors and family members seemed to get sick more often than they should. It wasn't until I left and came back that I realized with fresh eyes just how dire our slow crisis was and that my...