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  • Researchers developing test to help predict abnormal fetal neurodevelopment

    PHILADELPHIA Alcohol is the leading known preventable cause of developmental and physical birth defects in the United States, according to Kidshealth.org, but despite that, many women still drink during pregnancy (either knowingly or before they know they...
  • Oldest PGA Tour rookie is glad he kept in the swing of things

    Oldest PGA Tour rookie is glad he kept in the swing of things
    There was just enough time — a minute or two — for Byron Smith to think. That's not always a good thing in golf, but he could not help himself. A morning sun rode low over the Napa hills, casting its sheen across a course still wet with dew....
  • 30-word rant: 10/18

    The headline, "Hagel unveils military plan on climate threat" blew my mind. Have we gone completely insane? We need to fight real terrorists, not imaginary climate change right now. After watching the Scott-Crist debate on Wednesday, the only thing I...
  • THURSDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS

    THURSDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS ++++++++++++++++++++ || MLB || NLCS, Gm. 5: St. Louis@San Fran. || FS18 || || NBA pre. || Milwaukee@Cleveland (T) || NBANoon || || Cleveland vs. Indiana (T) || NBA2 || || Boston@Philadelphia || NBA7 || || Lakers vs....
  • Dr. Donald A. Morrison, orthopedic surgeon

    Dr. Donald A. Morrison, orthopedic surgeon
    Dr. Donald A. Morrison, a retired orthopedic surgeon who had been a partner with Towson Orthopaedic Associates, died Oct. 6 of complications from dementia at Arden Courts of Towson. The longtime Lutherville resident was 82. The son of Allan A. Morrison,...
  • Collectors converge on first Connecticut Valley Toy Show

    The Connecticut Valley Toy Show held Oct. 5 included a celebrity from the toy collector's world: Bob Parker, author of the first comprehensive guide for Hot Wheels® collectors and one of the first inductees into the Diecast Hall of Fame, in the...
  • New Mariano's, Sears would serve Austin, Oak Park

    New Mariano's, Sears would serve Austin, Oak Park
    Developers of a proposed Mariano's store at the corner of North and Harlem avenues in Chicago told community members Wednesday night that they hoped the project would serve as a "catalyst" for business at the edge of the city's west side. At a community...
  • Armin G. Wolle lived for charity, family

    Armin G. Wolle lived for charity, family
    In more than 40 years as a plant manager in the food-and-beverage industry, few men balanced their family and work lives as well as Armin Georg Wolle. "All of the people we grew up playing with were co-workers' kids," recalls daughter Christine Wolle of...
  • Oktoberfest already?

    Oktoberfest already?
    Yes, already. And why not? It's prime weather for an outdoor beer festival here in Orlando, and there's more than a few venues looking to get a jump on things. Besides, if you know your Oktoberfest, you're already hip to the fact that it starts in...
  • Nature-minded volunteers needed for 'Wings and Wildflowers Festival'

    Lake County will have its third annual "Wings and Wildflowers Festival" set for Oct. 3-5 at Venetian Gardens in Leesburg. Vendors will be located outside and inside the community center. Organizers are seeking nature-minded volunteers to assist program...
  • Shriners raise money to help teenage burn victim

    Shriners raise money to help teenage burn victim
    Nearly 120 local children are getting help from the Lake County Shriners this year because circumstances prevent their own families from providing the health care they need. Among them is 13-year-old Matt Baugh, who suffered burns over more than 70...