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TribLocal - Glen Ellyn » NewsA historic two-story gray Queen Anne Victorian-style house in northeast Glen Ellyn – famously moved across town in 1989 — is declining and has an …...
Ministry of GossipTaylor Armstrong's catharsis chat spree is unearthing a lot unpleasantness surrounding the suicide of her husband Russell Armstrong -- and not just from the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member. Taylor Armstrong was on site when Russell...
Multi-media JournalistHeaven Kelley is just 12 years old but is currently facing the biggest challenge of her life. After feeling numbness in her face and hands, waking up in severe pain, and being misdiagnosed cancer was found. "I think cancer's an ugly disease," said John...
This weekend, millions of Americans are expected to fire up the grill as they observe Memorial Day. According to the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association, Memorial Day is the second most popular barbecuing holiday, behind only the Fourth of July and...
WGN NewsEveryone is familiar with the phrase, “it makes me want to pull my hair out.” But what you might not know is that some people really do feel that way and they pull until they have no more hair left. It’s not a common problem, but it is...
Web reporterUsing a mobile phone may increase the risk of certain types of brain cancer and users should consider ways of reducing their exposure, World Health Organization (WHO) cancer experts said on Tuesday. WHO lists cell phone use in the same hazard category as...
It’s billed as a celebration and the people really do party! That’s what the annual Relay For Life event in Somerset County is – a celebration of life. And the people who help with this American Cancer Society fundraiser do their best...
email@example.comWhile some teens are spending the lazy days of summer lounging by swimming pools, sleeping late or relaxing with friends, Katie Gonder is learning how to start an IV. The 14-year-old Gettysburg, Pa., resident is one of 17 students participating in Penn...
The passing decades have thrown my childhood memories slightly out of focus. Still, my most vivid recollections retain their sharpness, and have come to mind lately and often. I remember my dad often dragging through the porch door late in the evening...
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Editor's Note: This is the second of two parts. * After getting home from UC Irvine's gastrointestinal clinic, we cried, each blaming ourselves for causing what would surely be a life-changing illness. I called my sister Libby, a breast cancer survivor...
Tribune reporterA Will County judge has ruled that a Joliet woman suspected but never charged in her husband’s 2005 stabbing death cannot receive his $50,000 life insurance policy because she “intentionally and unjustifiably” caused his death. Truck...
“Doc, it’s Pete Davis. My brother, Jim, shot himself straight through his right shoe. We’ve been deer hunting. He’s bleeding bad.” My dad, Milton Pepper, a country doctor in Salt Lake City, told Pete to bring his brother...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Father's Day, Hunting, Utah, Homes
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