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  • Thomas Leach, longtime Chicago elections spokesman, dies at 76

     Thomas Leach, longtime Chicago elections spokesman, dies at 76
    After covering crime and politics as a reporter, Thomas R. Leach spent 34 years as the chief spokesman for the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, handling the agency's public relations and working with the commissioners across 59 elections. "Tom...
  • Orioles honored late PR director with playoff money, gave full share to Chris Davis

    Orioles honored late PR director with playoff money, gave full share to Chris Davis
    When the Orioles players met in September to vote on how they would divvy up whatever playoff money they would receive from the 2014 postseason, they made a point to remember late public relations director Monica Barlow. In fact, they made two points....
  • State hoops: Wake Forest routs Mount St. Mary's

    State hoops: Wake Forest routs Mount St. Mary's
    Codi Miller-McIntyre had 11 points, eight rebounds and seven assists as host Wake Forest earned an 83-49 victory over Mount St. Mary's on Wednesday night. Cornelius Hudson had 10 points and four rebounds for the Demon Deacons (4-2), who have won their...
  • 'Death with dignity' movement awakened by Brittany Maynard

    To the editor: I had never considered the concept of "death with dignity" until I had a front row seat to the horror of death without dignity as my husband suffered beyond what any human should before dying of lung cancer just over a year ago. ("...
  • Review: 'Essays After Eighty' by Donald Hall

    Review: 'Essays After Eighty' by Donald Hall
    'In the morning, I turn on the coffee, glue in my teeth, take four pills, swallow Metamucil and wipe it off my beard, fasten a brace over my buckling knee ... then read the newspaper and drink black coffee," writes Donald Hall, former U.S. poet laureate...
  • Former Illinois congressman Phil Crane dies

    Former Illinois congressman Phil Crane dies
    Longtime Illinois Congressman Philip Crane, a northwest suburban Republican who championed conservative principles and once ran for president, died Saturday in Maryland, according to family. Crane, who suffered from congestive heart failure and lung...
  • Longtime congressman Philip Crane dies at 84

    Longtime congressman Philip Crane dies at 84
    In the early years of his decadeslong congressional career, Philip Crane was a key figure in the fledgling conservative movement that became a standard of American politics. In the 1970s, the Illinois congressman's home in McLean, Va., was the meeting...
  • Lehigh Valley health events include health expo, women's self-defense workshop

    Lehigh Valley health events include health expo, women's self-defense workshop
    COMMUNITY HEALTH EXPO 1 The Lehigh Valley Community Health Expo will be held noon-6 p.m. Saturday at the America on Wheels Museum, 5 N. Front St., Allentown. Health-care organizations, nonprofits and community organizations will educate, demonstrate...
  • Philip M. Crane, key figure in conservative politics, dies at 84

    In the early years of his long congressional career, Philip M. Crane was a key figure in the fledgling conservative movement that became a standard of American politics. In the 1970s, the Illinois congressman's home outside Washington was the meeting...
  • Are wireless phones linked with brain cancer risk?

    Are wireless phones linked with brain cancer risk?
    (Reuters Health) - Swedes who talked on mobile or cordless phones for more than 25 years had triple the risk of a certain kind of brain cancer compared to those who used wireless phones for less than a year, a new study suggests. The odds of...
  • Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'

    Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'
    The main attraction at a sold-out gig, TV on the Radio wasn't scheduled to perform until after 10 p.m. But at Pappy & Harriet's, the dusty little roadhouse off Route 62 near Joshua Tree, sound check is far from a private affair. So on a recent Friday...