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  • Memory of mother drives Maryland's Isaiah Davis-Allen

    Memory of mother drives Maryland's Isaiah Davis-Allen
    Isaiah Davis-Allen's mother is never far from his heart. Davis-Allen, a sophomore short-stick defensive midfielder for the Maryland men's lacrosse team, has a tattoo of the Virgin Mary on the left side of his chest, and he has dedicated the tattoo to...
  • Death with dignity advocates say they'll return next year

    Death with dignity advocates say they'll return next year
    Cancer took both Edgewater resident Amy Chase's parents. And both times Chase was there holding their hands when they passed away, witnessing them struggle against the pain of the disease. Her father Frank Chase, whose pancreatic cancer was aggressive,...
  • No more smoking on Elgin Community College campus

    No more smoking on Elgin Community College campus
    Smoker's Corner at Elgin Community College has become history — along with smoking almost anywhere else on campus. Indoor smoking at the college, like that in most Illinois public buildings, has been banned for years. But Monday was the day a...
  • PBS' 'Cancer' documentary cuts to the heart of the matter

     PBS' 'Cancer' documentary cuts to the heart of the matter
    Barak Goodman's three-part documentary, "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies," is prefaced with the sort of "not suitable for all viewers" warning far more typical of a hard-R cable series than a PBS documentary that's not about the Holocaust. And...
  • Downtown Glen Ellyn development spurs concerns about building height

    Downtown Glen Ellyn development spurs concerns about building height
    Plans for a large, mixed-use development in the heart of downtown Glen Ellyn is continuing to move forward despite persistent concerns about the building's size and height. Members of the village's Plan and Architectural Review commissions recently...
  • Hospital finalizes merger with LifeBridge

    Hospital finalizes merger with LifeBridge
    Carroll Hospital Center announced Friday morning that it has reached a final affiliation agreement with LifeBridge Health of Baltimore, the penultimate step in a merger between the two health care systems. After the agreement is signed next week,...
  • Love and hate: The humanity of Nat King Cole

    Love and hate: The humanity of Nat King Cole
    Behind the pristine baritone and charismatic sophistication, Nat King Cole was a gentleman struggling to find his voice in an era when even a universally adored cultural figure could have the N-word burned into his front lawn. It is this private...
  • Glenn Ford walked free, Marty Stroud never will

    A few words about the high-priced education of Marty Stroud. Thirty-one years ago, A.M. "Marty" Stroud III was a prosecutor in Louisiana's Caddo Parish. He was arrogant, narcissistic, judgmental and full of himself. This assessment of Stroud's character,...
  • The high-priced education of Marty Stroud

    The high-priced education of Marty Stroud
    A few words about the high-priced education of Marty Stroud. Thirty-one years ago, A.M. "Marty" Stroud III was a prosecutor in Louisiana's Caddo Parish. He was arrogant, narcissistic, judgmental and full of himself. This assessment of Mr. Stroud's...
  • Reining in the coal industry's assault on public health

    Reining in the coal industry's assault on public health
    The U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday will hear arguments in a crucial case about regulating mercury and other toxic air pollution coming from coal-fired power plants. At stake is a very dangerous precedent that industry profits are more important than...
  • Thousands in Florida potential victims of Marine camp contamination

    Thousands in Florida potential victims of Marine camp contamination
    Christina Peach's parents welcomed a seemingly healthy baby into the world in 1975 at the Naval Regional Medical Center in Camp Lejeune, the North Carolina base where her father was stationed as a Marine sergeant. Seven years later, a chemical...