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It was a story Dorothy Atwood DeBolt enjoyed telling, one that any harried parent of young children might find somewhat familiar. The phone rang one day as the busy mother raced around her home, getting ready for an out-of-town trip and wrapping up...
Tags: Entertainment, Adoption, Movies, Family, Korean War (1950-1953)
These groups meet regularly. Adolescents Who Have Lost a Loved One to Suicide — Mondays, April 8, 15, 22 and 29, 7 p.m. Grassroots Crisis Intervention is hosting a four-week support and education group for adolescents who have lost a loved one to...
As op-ed commentator Richard E. Chaisson wrote recently, "despite the devastation that TB wreaks, it still is not a global health priority" ("Tuberculosis, the forgotten killer," March 24). Just as it was necessary to eradicate smallpox and combat polio...
Tags: Tuberculosis, Malaria, Smallpox , AIDS
100 YEARS AGO 1913 On the anniversary of the birth of the Father of this country, Feb. 22, 53 years ago, Danville was visited by a fire which almost completely destroyed the place and rendered most of its inhabitants homeless and shelterless. At...
Pam Potenza believes in making time to help others. The College Park real estate agent spends a portion of her time each week volunteering for four separate causes in her community; and her efforts haven't gone unnoticed. Potenza was awarded the...
100 Years Ago 'Refined' burlesque An ad in the Times: "Gayety Theatre — A Big Event in Local Theatricals — An announcement will soon be made of the coming to Baltimore of one stellar aggregation of stars, that will surprise even the...
Tags: Ellicott City, Punishment, Howard County, Radio, Red Skelton
The following commentary was written by Terry Newton, president of Rotary Club of Petoskey. Recently we have seen a new TV ad asking the question where you will be when you see the news that cancer has been cured. This...
This is in response to, “Superbug cases relatively few but a growing threat,” (March 19, Page one). How ironic that the pharmaceutical industry is reluctant to invest in new drug development needed to combat the rapidly expanding list of...
The Hartford CourantMichael Mahalchick wants people to look at the material objects they see all around them and re-examine what those items mean. That's why he takes hundreds of found objects — toys, magazines, newspapers, books. hangers, flowers, furniture, leg...
CALEXICO — One of my favorite moments on our beautiful little campus here came in the tiny bookstore at the end of the past school year. There were four students in the store, three of whom I’d had in classes and knew well. Coincidentally,...
The Hartford CourantFor a man who spent many years avoiding interviews as he turned out a body of work that made him one of America's greatest living writers, Philip Roth, who turns 80 on March 19, is talking quite a bit. The writer was interviewed in his 18th century...
Dorothy I. Levin, a longtime Columbia resident who was known for her colorful personality and lively parties for members of the burgeoning dinner theater scene in Maryland, died Monday in her home after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease. She was...
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