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  • Harriette Thompson, 92, becomes oldest woman to finish a marathon

    Harriette Thompson, 92, becomes oldest woman to finish a marathon
    With the Coronado Bridge as a backdrop, Harriette Thompson stepped outside of the Hilton Bayfront hotel Friday morning and began jogging along the bay. One woman stopped her in front of the million-dollar yachts for an autograph. Another wanted her to...
  • Sailors raise boatload for Leukemia Society

    Sailors raise boatload for Leukemia Society
    A perfect southerly breeze, plenty of sunshine and 103 boats in 12 classes combined for a memorable Saturday of racing on three circles off Annapolis in the 23rd Annual Annapolis Leukemia Cup Regatta. And with donations at $112,000 and rising as the...
  • On a mission to help charity

    On a mission to help charity
    Weston native Daniella Valencia is on a mission to raise more than $60,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Currently a public relations executive in New York City, Valencia is competing in the LLS NYC Chapter's Man and Woman of the Year fundraiser,...
  • Family: Taylor Swift calls Emily Beazley after social media appeals

    Family: Taylor Swift calls Emily Beazley after social media appeals
    Taylor Swift, country/pop superstar, made Emily Beazley's wish come true, according to the girl's family. The Grammy Award-winning singer called the 12-year-old Mount Greenwood girl, who has non-Hodgkin lymphoma, around 5 p.m. Wednesday, said Ed...
  • Indians snap White Sox's winning streak at six with 3-1 victory

    Indians snap White Sox's winning streak at six with 3-1 victory
    White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia surged forward, then stumbled back while badly misjudging Jason Kipnis' fly ball Tuesday night against the Indians at U.S. Cellular Field. The ball fell for a leadoff triple, and Kipnis scored on a sacrifice fly...
  • Mount Greenwood's Emily Beazley dies at 12; cancer battle inspired support

    Mount Greenwood's Emily Beazley dies at 12; cancer battle inspired support
    Even as she was dying, Emily Beazley talked about helping other children who might share her fate. "She was an amazing girl, very unselfish," said Dr. Jason Canner, pediatric oncologist at Advocate Children's Hospital in Oak Lawn and one of several...
  • Experts: Public sharing of child's illnesses, death can be therapeutic

    Experts: Public sharing of child's illnesses, death can be therapeutic
    For some parents, news of a child's life-threatening illness means first, you cry, then you turn to social media. The public death of Emily Beazley, the 12-year-old girl from Chicago's Mount Greenwood neighborhood who courageously fought cancer, has...
  • Saturday game a fundraiser for Glenbrook South girls soccer player

    Saturday's girls soccer game between Glenbrook South and Glenbrook North is more than just a showdown between rival schools. The game will double as a fundraiser to help with Titans player Yasmin Chavez's medical costs. Chavez was diagnosed with non-...
  • Student chef passionate about her culinary journey

    Student chef passionate about her culinary journey
    Ashley Sabo is one the new breed of up and coming chefs who have a passion for what she terms "farm to fork." The Naperville resident took time to talk between her finals at the culinary arts center at the College of DuPage. Wearing a spotless chef's coat...
  • Fundraiser planned for Chive Charities beneficiary Melissa Smith

    Fundraiser planned for Chive Charities beneficiary Melissa Smith
    A 5K and one mile "walk, run and roll" fundraiser is planned for Saturday, June 6 at Anne Arundel Community College to benefit Melissa Smith, an Annapolis woman who twice overcame Hodgkin's lymphoma before suffering transverse myelitis. The rare...
  • Event honors women with local nonprofits

    The 1000+ Club to Benefit Cancer recently recognized 10 women serving local nonprofits at its annual Women of the Year luncheon. The event, staged at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six in Fort Lauderdale, raised more than $65,000 to support Broward-...