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Daily American Staff WriterOne of Amy Svonavec’s favorite subjects in high school was English. Now the 42-year-old from Somerset teaches that very subject at her alma mater. “I loved English ever since junior high,” she said. “It was one of those things...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterIMPERIAL — Looking out into a sea of charcoal gray caps and gowns one wouldn’t immediately recognize the diversity of the Imperial Valley College class of 2011. Yet diversity exists among the 279 graduates who earned associate degrees from...
TribLocal - Elgin » NewsFor at least the third time in a year, Elgin’s downtown business community is rallying around one of its own members battling cancer. This time …...
Babylon & BeyondToppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has cancer, according to his lawyer, who disclosed the news less than two months before Mubarak is to stand trial, accused of financial corruption and allowing security forces to kill hundreds of protesters who...
En Fuego - Orlando SentinelWhich is what brings Irvin, the former University of Miami standout wide receiver and Pro Football Hall of Famer, on the cover of the latest edition of the gay men's magazine Out....
Tribune reportersThe death of Sun-Times owner James Tyree has been ruled an accident by the Cook County medical examiner. An autopsy on Tyree found that he died of an air embolism following a dialysis catheter removal, the office said. It also listed pneumonia and...
Michael Gough Actor played butler in 'Batman' movies Michael Gough, 94, a British actor best known for playing Bruce Wayne's butler Alfred in a series of "Batman" movies, died Thursday at home in England, his former wife Anneke Wills said through her...
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"What do you think of this silly hat?" I asked my 7-year-old daughter. She looked at the hat and grinned with approval. It was a green clover that she could wear in front of her face or behind her head. She looked like a shamrock with a face. "I...
Tags: Cancer, St. Patrick's Day, Shamrock, Human Interest, Holidays
Chicago TribuneFederal regulators on Tuesday urged nationwide testing for cancer-causing hexavalent chromium, the latest response to a study that found the heavy metal in tap water from Chicago and more than two dozen other cities. In a memo to public water systems,...
Chicago will begin routine testing for hexavalent chromium after a recent study found worrisome levels of the cancer-causing metal in tap water pumped to 7 million people in the city and suburbs. City officials announced the additional testing Tuesday,...
The Centers for Disease Control calls it a “national resource.” For Alaskans, the new Arctic Investigations Program laboratory will help to prevent the spread of infections that can make people seriously ill, infections like Influenza,...
PIX11.comDid retired NYPD Officer George Wong die from 9/11-related causes? That's the question the City wants to answer but it's how they're going about it that's infuriating Wong's grieving family. NYPD Officer George Wong pitched in after the World Trade...
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