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  • Simsbury Friends Show Solidarity In Fight Against Cancer

    Simsbury Friends Show Solidarity In Fight Against Cancer
    SIMSBURY — "Happy" by Pharrell Williams was playing over and over inside L Designs Hair Salon in Simsbury one morning in mid-March. The salon's owner, Linda Gelineau, was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and in an act of solidarity, she and...
  • Medical marijuana for kids measure advances

    Medical marijuana for kids measure advances
    As Margaret Storey testified in front of a state Senate committee on Tuesday in support of a bill that would allow children who suffer from seizures access to medical marijuana, her daughter Josie, who was in the audience with her dad and aunt, had a...
  • Supporters, Opponents Weigh In On Marijuana Facility Regulations

    WEST HARTFORD — Four residents spoke against a proposed ordinance that would regulate medical marijuana production and distribution facilities in town, and two others said they supported the rules during a public hearing that started Tuesday night....
  • Medical Marijuana Dispensary Approved In Winchester

    WINCHESTER — The town's planning and zoning commission has given conditional approval for a medical marijuana dispensary. Town Manager Dale Martin said that permit was granted on Monday. Martin said the commission's approval is contingent on the...
  • Joe Shanahan, Chicago entertainment impresario, fighting cancer

    Influential Chicago entertainment impresario Joe Shanahan, whose holdings include Metro, the Gingerman Tavern and Double Door, revealed he is battling tongue cancer. Shanahan, diagnosed this week, shared the news with staffers Tuesday, reassuring them it...
  • Bill would allow doctors to write marijuana 'recommendation' for their patients

    Bill would allow doctors to write marijuana 'recommendation' for their patients
    Responding to growing public support for medical use of marijuana, the House of Delegates approved legislation Monday that would allow specially licensed physicians in Maryland to recommend the drug to patients with debilitating medical conditions....
  • Government approves medical marijuana research

    Government approves medical marijuana research
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration handed backers of medical marijuana a significant victory Friday, opening the way for a University of Arizona researcher to examine whether pot can help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress, a move that...
  • Navy player's brain injury not caused by contact

    Navy player's brain injury not caused by contact
    The brain injury Navy slotback Will McKamey suffered Saturday in Annapolis came during a noncontact practice drill, his parents wrote in an email distributed by an athletic department spokesman at the academy Monday. McKamey, a 5-foot-9, 170-pound...
  • Cardinal George hospitalized with 'flu-like' symptoms

    Cardinal George hospitalized with 'flu-like' symptoms
    Cardinal Francis George has been hospitalized with "flu-like symptoms" after doctors discovered during a routine checkup last week that he was dehydrated, according to a spokeswoman for the Archdiocese of Chicago. George was taken to Loyola University...
  • Wauconda police officer dies after long battle with cancer

    Wauconda police officer dies after long battle with cancer
    Clutching the pristinely folded American flag to her chest, Crystal Schultz closed her eyes and let the tears fall. Her husband, Eric Schultz, lay a few feet away in a coffin surrounded by fellow Wauconda police officers. It was time to say goodbye....
  • Marijuana hearings reflect public opinion shift

    Marijuana hearings reflect public opinion shift
    An NAACP leader, a former Maryland State Police major, a candidate for governor and a mother seeking to help her son with epilepsy converged Thursday on Annapolis to support more liberal marijuana laws. A number of bills, backed by lawmakers from a...