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  • Verna Mae Cann, social services worker

    Verna Mae Cann, social services worker
    Verna Mae Peacock Cann, a retired social worker and church musician, died of congestive heart failure Aug. 27 at Sinai Hospital. The Parkton resident was 81. Born Verna Mae Peacock in Durham, N.C., she was the daughter of James Otis Peacock and...
  • Women's health center marks 10 years

    South Lake Hospital's Centre for Women's Health will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with an open house from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday in its imaging center, 1900 Don Wickham Drive in Clermont. The hospital was founded in 1947, and babies were...
  • The death of the hug

    The death of the hug
    "Don't hug the campers." That was among a handful of things that my 16-year-old son, Nathaniel, was told when he volunteered this summer at our local YMCA. Oh, and also, "Don't let any kids sit on your lap." He had signed up to help shepherd and...
  • Blotter: Man charged for having open beer in a paper bag in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Man charged for having open beer in a paper bag in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 28-year-old Elmhurst man was charged with drunken driving Aug. 25 during a traffic stop at Butterfield Road and Cedar Street. An iPad was reported stolen from a car Aug. 25 outside...
  • Todd Andrew: Contractor has thrived through swings in market

    Todd Andrew: Contractor has thrived through swings in market
    Todd Andrew, 50, started in the construction management business in 1986 and completed his bachelor of science in building construction at the University of Florida in 1987. In 1996, he launched Andrew General Contractors Inc. of Orlando and has since...
  • Lehigh Valley health events include Diva Dash, kids triathlon, grief discussion

    Lehigh Valley health events include Diva Dash, kids triathlon, grief discussion
    DIVA DASH 1 Online registration is open for Shape Magazine's Diva Dash women-only obstacle run, which will be held Sept. 13 at Valley Preferred Cycling Center in Trexlertown. Since its inaugural event in Austin in 2011, more than 50,000 have...
  • East Hartford Investigates Why 7-Year-Old Boarded Wrong Bus

    EAST HARTFORD — School officials are investigating a complaint by the mother of a 7-year-old student at Pitkin Elementary School who says her daughter was put on the wrong bus after school on Wednesday. Shontai Bowens said Friday that her...
  • YMCA offers Farsi language course

    The Crescenta-CaƱada Family YMCA is offering a Farsi language course each Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Basic reading, writing and speaking skills will be addressed for students at all levels and ages. The class is held at the Y, 1930 Foothill...
  • World War I Posters Focus Of Anniversary Exhibits

    World War I Posters Focus Of Anniversary Exhibits
    The assassination of Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand, which is officially recognized as the start of World War I, was 100 years ago this year. So World War I is the predominant theme in historical exhibits in 2014 (even though the United States didn't...
  • Iowa's little piece of Wimbledon

    Iowa's little piece of Wimbledon
    CHARLES CITY, Iowa — He built it, so they come. Anyone driving down the gravel road through the cornfields of northern Iowa can't be blamed for stepping on the brakes and doing a double take. Just off the road, between a house and farm buildings,...
  • In Hartford's Upper Albany, 'There Is Something Happening.'

    In Hartford's Upper Albany, 'There Is Something Happening.'
    No walk along Route 44 is complete without a stop at Scotts’ Jamaican Bakery on Albany Avenue in Hartford, and in fact I had already been there for lunch on the day I caught up with Gordon Scott late that afternoon. Oldtimers might think of George...