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  • Farewell 'frenemy' (aka breast pump)

    Farewell 'frenemy' (aka breast pump)
    Today was the first day I did not lug my "frenemy" to work with me. It's liberating. But it's also bittersweet. My frenemy, you see, is my breast pump. Danielle turned 1 earlier this month (more on that in a future post), and has mostly transitioned to...
  • Slain South Bend nurse remembered through awards program

    Slain South Bend nurse remembered through awards program
    SOUTH BEND – It has been five years since a nurse from our area was gunned down along with four others at a clothing store near Chicago. On Wednesday, scholarships were given out in her memory. Jeni Bishop was a Memorial Hospital ICU nurse who...
  • Women hold nurse-in to 'normalize' breastfeeding

    Women hold nurse-in to 'normalize' breastfeeding
    GRANGER -- Katie Haynie browsed a menu at Tony Sacco's with her husband sitting across the table and holding her smiling 10-month-old daughter Penelope, dressed in a checkered onesie. Haynie, a first-time mother, dined at the restaurant with her family...
  • Friend's love kept tennis star Gussy Moran in the game to the end

    Friend's love kept tennis star Gussy Moran in the game to the end
    Everyone deserves life with dignity in their final years, whether you dug ditches or played tennis on the world's most famous stages. Gertrude "Gussy" Moran did the latter. She also got that deserved dignity because of the extraordinary kindness of a...
  • Who's responsible for mental health care? Jails, hospitals or community?

    Who's responsible for mental health care? Jails, hospitals or community?
    They've served their jail time or they've been released from hospital custody. Then what happens to those diagnosed with a mental illness? Without sufficient community support, many will cycle back into crisis care at a hospital or the criminal...
  • Deep Creek vacation home is dream of a lifetime

    Deep Creek vacation home is dream of a lifetime
    Hanging on the wall of Mike and Jean Tumbarello's new retreat at Deep Creek Lake is an old framed greeting card with a primitive drawing of a brown log cabin nestled among trees aglow with autumn colors. The scene is rendered in crayon with a sentiment...
  • New Obama ad targets Romney cuts to nursing homes

     
    The Barack Obama campaign has launched yet another ad in Florida and other battleground states that all but accuses Mitt Romney of wanting to throw granny out of her nursing home bed. The new ad, titled “Only Choice,” opens with a shot of an...
  • In the 1950s, 2 horrific Midway crashes stunned Chicago

    In the 1950s, 2 horrific Midway crashes stunned Chicago
    Forty years ago this weekend, a United airliner fell from the sky, dropping like a bomb onto a Midway-area neighborhood. Forty-five people were killed, including two on the ground who thought they were safe at home. The 1972 United crash was the last...
  • U.K. hit “Call the Midwife” ready to deliver for PBS in the States

     
    Its first season has already been a smash hit in the United Kingdom — even out-rating the vaunted Downton Abbey┬á– and the drama is already filming its second season, and working on a Christmas special (which will, of course, also go up against...
  • Grand View working on 101

     
    One hundred years ago, the "sufferers of all disease and accidents" in Upper Bucks County, if they couldn't care for their ailment at home, were invited to a converted farmhouse near Sellersville. That farmhouse has grown into Grand View Hospital, which...
  • Northampton County Council to reconsider Gracedale ambulance contract

     
    Northampton County Council on Thursday delayed its vote on a new ambulance service for Gracedale nursing home at the pleas of its current Nazareth-based provider. Council was slated to approve a three year, $315,600 annual contract with Lifestar Response,...