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LAUGHING AT YOUR NIGHTMARE 1 Walk and laugh your troubles away this Saturday at East Hills Moravian Church in Bethlehem. The 5K Run/Walk/Roll benefits the Laughing at My Nightmare, Inc. whose mission is to promote positivity and fund muscular...
Tags: Health, Moorestown, Butztown, Wind Gap, Hospitals and Clinics
HealthPeter Karch spent Father's Day on a bike. It was his way of honoring his daughter. The 71-year-old Kutztown resident is on a mission to bicycle more than 4,000 miles from California to Virginia to raise funds for his daughter's health institute. I spoke...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Inside the Ropes: Personable Goydos back from long-term injury The PGA Tour has few personalities like Paul Goydos, and the good news is that he is back, with plans to stick around for a while....
The Hartford CourantAn Enfield mother is shaving her head to raise awareness about the severity of childhood cancer. Carina Shaw's son Conlan was diagnosed with a juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma brain tumor when he was two years old. Now 7, Conlan has been off of...
email@example.comCara Ferguson and Danielle Wissinger have been friendly foes and teammates. It just depends on what time of year it is. During the high school season, Ferguson is a pitcher/infielder for Smithsburg and Wissinger is a catcher for North Hagerstown....
Two men testified Friday that an 18-year-old man shot at them at an Allentown party this year. Richard Costello, 19, was hit three times — in the back, leg and hand — and still uses a cane and wheelchair to get around, he testified. Joseph...
Tags: Shootings, Allentown, Prosecution, Physical Therapy
— Lawyers for former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who awaits sentencing July 3, say he needs ongoing mental health treatment for a mood disorder and assert he is unlikely to get suitable care if sent to prison. "It is unlikely that Mr. Jackson will be...
Staff writer, @DA_AmberRHundreds of community members came out to the Relay For Life Friday evening to show solidarity with those struggling with cancer. Although the length of that struggle varies, everyone found consolation in the love and support of family members. Relay...
You don't need a resume. No college or high school degree is required. And the vetting process is highly dubious. A paycheck? Forget it. This job costs you plenty. A penchant for golf, wearing socks with sandals, barbecuing and fishing are common...
Tags: Politics, Donovan, Family, Museums, Heart Attack
Halloween pumpkins, Thanksgiving turkeys and Christmas trees were just some of the decorations crowding the track at the former George Roger’s Clark High School on Friday as Clark County celebrated its annual Relay for Life with the theme “...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — As former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. awaits sentencing on July 3, his lawyers filed a court document today saying that he needs ongoing mental health treatment and is unlikely to get suitable care if sent to prison. “It is...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Donna Swaby has joined her three daughters for several cancer walks in the past -- at least once a year -- but the one on Saturday, she said, "Makes me cry." This time, four of her six grandkids walked with her, too, a happy clan of...
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