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Sore feet, big smiles

Harry Palumbo faced a lot of obstacles as he attempted to walk 66 miles in two days to raise money for the American Cancer Society.


Grow your own pizza garden

When most people think about planting a garden in the spring, they think about the fresh vegetables they will be eating all summer. While vegetables are packed with good nutrients, a garden provides many other benefits as well. This year, make planting and tending a garden a family affair, and everyone will harvest the benefits. 


Oldtimers honor 3 more local greats at luncheon

A former minor league baseball player, a rock ’n’ roll legend and a Hobo are the latest winners of the William “Pickles” Kennedy Award.



Martelli, student-athletes shine at sports banquet

St. Hubert’s Claire Alminde was among the last student-athletes to be called to the podium to receive her award at the 28th annual Northeast Sports Awards banquet, but she seemed to speak for all the others when she stepped up to the microphone. 


Rhawnhurst couple charged in murder of a second son

Herbert and Catherine Schaible are charged with third-degree murder in the death of their 7-month-old son, Brandon. Prosecutors say the couple belongs to a faith-healing church and prayed over their son when he became ill instead of seeking medical attention for him.


Celebrating life

Pamela Fauntleroy and Colleen Hofmeister were among the stars on Friday at Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s Celebrate Life 2013, its annual ceremony that honors five-year survivors.


‘I’m here to help peple’

After 26 years, congressional aide Annamarie Feeney is still going strong.


Take me out to the ball game

And buy me some garlic nachos and hummus. The team of chefs at Citizens Bank Park is offering much more than traditional ballpark food.


Sending love over there

Every year, on the last Monday in May, the people of the United States remember the military heroes who died while serving the country.