RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Breast Cancer

A collection of news and information related to Breast Cancer published by this site and its partners.

Top Breast Cancer Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • Oak Ridge basketball event is a parade of prospects

    Oak Ridge basketball event is a parade of prospects
    Unsigned senior basketball guard Antonio Blakeney of Oak Ridge (3-0) is averaging 36.6 points per game going into this weekend’s Breast Cancer Awareness Classic hosted by his Pioneers (3-0). Teammate Alex Owens, a 6-8 Providence signee, is averaging...
  • Grandmother checks writing children's book off bucket list

    After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, Boynton Beach resident Pam Norris, 59, put together a bucket list and set out to fulfill her delayed desires. Along with desires to go ziplining, take a cruise to Alaska and visit Australia, since she...
  • Regional Digest: Blake Named Coach of Year

    Blake Named Coach of Year Coach Eric Blake of Central Connecticut was named the NEC men's cross country coach of the year. Blake, who is in his sixth season at the helm, coached the Blue Devils to their sixth consecutive Northeast Conference championship...
  • Ask Amy: Widower hopes to move from grief into healing

    Ask Amy: Widower hopes to move from grief into healing
    Dear Amy: My wife of 33 years recently died from breast cancer. Since then I have not changed much in our household because I have been busy tending to my wife's affairs (which are almost complete). I live alone and I have memories at every turn. I am...
  • Barbara J. Smith-Cox, radio news director

    Barbara J. Smith-Cox, radio news director
    Barbara J. Smith-Cox, news director of WNAV-AM in Annapolis who established a local chapter of Sisters Network, an African-American breast cancer survivors group, died of a cardiac arrest Nov. 14 at her Arnold home. She was 55. "I am greatly saddened by...
  • Frances Jean Anderson Bury November 9, 1921 - November 18, 2014

    Frances Jean Anderson Bury</br> November 9, 1921 - November 18, 2014
    Surrounded by close family members, Frances Jean Anderson Bury was called to her Lord the morning of November 18, 2014 at her home of 54 years on Lido Isle. Frances Jean was born in Turlock, California to Esther and Joseph Anderson. A bright and...
  • Central Falls To 0-5 Despite Strong First Half

    The Central Connecticut men's team fell to 0-5 Sunday with a 65-60 loss to Bethune-Cookman at the NABC College Basketball Experience Hall of Fame Classic in West Long Branch, N.J. Trailing by two, the Blue Devils forced a turnover with 18.2 seconds to...
  • State Hoops: Monmouth Drops Central To 0-4

    Monmouth went on a 13-0 run early in the second half to open a 15-point lead and defeated Central Connecticut 65-50 on Saturday in a CBE Hall of Fame Classic game in West Long Branch, N.J. Monmouth is 2-1; Central (0-4) plays Bethune-Cookman on Sunday at...
  • UIC falls to SIU for third straight loss

    UIC falls to SIU for third straight loss
    Guard Anthony Beane scored a season-high 27 points while guards Sean O'Brien and Deion Lavender each added 12 to lead Southern Illinois to a 67-60 victory in Sunday's Men Against Breast Cancer Classic tournament finale in Kent, Ohio. Illinois-Chicago (1-...
  • Cancer surgeon caps fundraiser with haircut

    Cancer surgeon caps fundraiser with haircut
    Two scissors-wielding women sliced off the almost blue-black ponytail belonging to a very willing surgeon Friday, before sharing a long embrace. The emotional moment was all for charity, the capstone of a $15,000 fundraising effort by Dr. Lisa Guerra...
  • Penn State Shuts Out UConn Women

    Fannie Crouse scored on a header with 38:24 left in the first half and Britt Eckerstrom made five saves as Penn State defeated UConn 1-0 in the second round of the NCAA Soccer Tournament at University Park, Pa. Friday. UConn (14-5-5) allowed its first...