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  • Market adds draw for Charleston downtown

    The freight station built by the Kanawha and Michigan Railroad on Smith Street in Charleston had been void of once-bustling commerce for more than a century and had fallen into disrepair. In 1997, Capitol Market at 800 Smith St. was not only the catalyst...
  • Elise's corner: Parents seek hope for daughter, 3, a victim of Alexander disease

    AKRON, Ohio With her bright blue eyes and infectious smile, Elise Bonsky seems like a typical, playful 3-year-old little girl. But her parents saw subtle, troubling signs from the time she was a baby. When Elise woke up from naps, she'd often stare with...
  • Tickets now on sale for "Menopause The Musical" in Clermont this fall

    Tickets now on sale for "Menopause The Musical" in Clermont this fall
    Tickets are now on sale for “Menopause The Musical: The Survivor Tour,” the production coming to the Clermont Performing Arts Center at 3700 S. U.S. 27 in November. The production will donate $2 of every ticket sold to Susan G. Komen to help...
  • Kevin Ollie Predicts Big Things For Peers Headed To NBA

     Kevin Ollie Predicts Big Things For Peers Headed To NBA
    HARTFORD — Kevin Ollie remains at UConn, with ties that keep him connected to the people in Connecticut. "I'm going to be here every year," Ollie told the crowd at Bushnell Park, many of whom were breast cancer survivors like his mother, before...
  • Race For The Cure Brings Out Best In Champion, Others

    Race For The Cure Brings Out Best In Champion, Others
    HARTFORD — When Omer Abdulrahman came to this country a little over a year ago, he was drawn to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure because he sympathized with the cause, battling breast cancer by aiding care and bolstering research through race...
  • Connecticut Ties Run Deep For Kevin Ollie

    Connecticut Ties Run Deep For Kevin Ollie
    HARTFORD – Kevin Ollie remains at UConn, with ties that keep him connected with the people in Connecticut. "I'm going to be here every year," Ollie told the crowd at Bushnell Park, many of whom were breast cancer survivors like his mother,...
  • On The Fly: LeBron Must Go It Alone, It Seems, With Irving Out

    If LeBron James is going to take home a title, he's going to have to basically do it by himself. The Cavaliers, who lost Kevin Love earlier in the playoffs, have lost Kyrie Irving, who has a fractured knee cap. Cleveland is trailing Golden State, 1-0. Can...
  • Clermont rolls out its inaugural season at the Performing Arts Center

    Clermont rolls out its inaugural season at the Performing Arts Center
    The Clermont Performing Arts Center is gearing up for its inaugural season that starts in the fall, and it will include everything from “Menopause the Musical” to the music of country legend Johnny Cash to Andrew Lloyd Webber. “Our...
  • After Losing Son To Drugs, Hotel Exec Starts National Group To Combat Addiction

    After Losing Son To Drugs, Hotel Exec Starts National Group To Combat Addiction
    For Gary Mendell, the pain of losing his oldest son, the one he calls "my Brian," never goes away. "It is there every day and never dulls," Mendell said. "One of the saddest things for me is thinking that Brain had to die alone." Brian Mitchell...
  • Jean's Hot List: Ten fun facts about the Indianapolis 500

    The Jean Knows Cars Staff JeanKnowsCars.com Have you ever been to the Indy 500? That's OK; watching it on TV is good, even if not quite the same as being in the middle of the action. The 99th running of the legendary race happens Sunday and will air...
  • Work and play can go together

    Work and play can go together
    Sometimes you just need to have a little fun at work. We asked all of our Top Workplaces how they help employees reduce stress and have fun. Fifteen responded. Here's what they said. • All Star Recruiting: First and foremost, we make sure the...