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Sage Stallone's parents came together again Saturday morning to say goodbye to their late son, gone too soon at 36 years old. Dad Sylvester Stallone, mom Sasha Czack led the procession of friends and family who gathered at St. Martin of Tours Catholic...
Tags: Sylvester Stallone, Sage, Autism Speaks
Change of SubjectThis revised posting is featured in my Sunday print column “The murder was committed in a cold, calculated and premeditated manner,” said Assistant Cook County State's Attorney Maureen O'Brien, speaking earlier this week to reporters about the...
Zane Paul, 16, had never learned to ride a bicycle. His father died of cancer when Zane was 4, and he was too scared to try riding after that. When he was diagnosed with high-functioning autism at the end of third grade, his mother thought he would...
Tags: Tourette Syndrome
East HartfordOn Sunday, June 1, members of the CREC community, including staff from the CREC River Street Autism Program at Coltsville participated in the Walk for Autism at Rentschler Field in East Hartford. Team Coltsville raised $1,083.09. For 40 years, CREC has...
"The murder was committed in a cold, calculated and premeditated manner," said Assistant Cook County State's Attorney Maureen O'Brien, speaking last week to reporters about the recent stabbing death of a 14-year-old River Grove youth, allegedly at the...
In the shadow of the 30,000-acre Walt Disney World Resort, the Hampton family lives in a 300-square-foot motel room packed with possessions left over from a better life. It has been home for nine months now. On a rainy weekday afternoon, father...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNicholas Johnson has never been one for crowds. When he was younger, a trip to a restaurant or retail store often would send Nick into loud shrieks and convulsive movements. Once, during a trip to the grocery store when he was about 8, he began rocking...
Windber Senior Citizens will take a bus trip to Raystown Lake on July 26. Many events are planned for the day, including a boat ride. Transportation is free. For more information, call 814-266-9168. A free community dinner, sponsored by the Windber Area...
Tags: Music, Wii, Heart Problems, Arts and Culture, Gaming
WDBJ7 Anchor/ReporterThe bright blue sky had competition Saturday morning as runners came together at the Roanoke Civic Center for "The Color Run." The run is billed as the Happiest 5k on the Planet. Runners are SPLATTED with paint as they go. The unique race celebrates...
I was very saddened and disappointed to read William Weir's article "Trinity Reveals Autism Find" [June 6, Connecticut]. First of all, the story implies that autism is an affliction that needs a "reversal of symptoms." As an individual on the autism...
Tags: Vegan Diet, Behavioral Conditions
The Hartford Courant— African xylophones that use gourds to increase sound and computer programs that encourage reading, social skills and storytelling are among the educational tools the school district will buy with $6,000 in grants from a local foundation. The...
Special to The Herald-MailChange the diaper. Feed the baby. Burp. Hold. Sleepy time. After babies are born, fussing often is a way of communicating some basic needs. When they get a little older, it’s not always that simple. Babies can point, or they can make some...
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