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Cancer

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  • Aberdeen Police mourn second officer to die this month

    Aberdeen Police mourn second officer to die this month
    The Aberdeen Police Department is mourning the loss of Detective Mark Franklin, who died Sept. 20 after battling cancer since the first of the year. Detective Franklin, 55, was a 13-year veteran of the city's police force, serving as the department's...
  • Letter: Yolanda Adams Gospel concert sells out

    Gospel music lovers missed their chances to purchase tickets for this year's "Afternoon of Musical Praise" featuring Grammy-winning artist Yolanda Adams, slated for Aug. 18 at Aberdeen Proving Ground's Post Theater. The concert sold out almost two weeks...
  • Taneytown foundation give $5M to Carroll hospital, hospice campaign

    Carroll Hospital Center and Carroll Hospice announced this week that the Taneytown-based Kahlert Foundation has donated $5 million to the "Campaign to Cure & Comfort, Always," a $22 million community fundraising initiative. This is the first multi-...
  • Jones wins 7th Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon

    Jones wins 7th Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon
    Nicole Kelleher grabbed the finish line tape and held it over her head as she completed the seventh annual Athleta Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon Aug. 19. The clock behind her read 1:24:19. Kelleher, a second-year professional triathlete, finished 36...
  • Bits & Pieces: Russo makes verbal commitment to play basketball at UMBC

    Bits & Pieces: Russo makes verbal commitment to play basketball at UMBC
    She could have been a Hawk, a Cougar or a Greyhound, but instead she's going to be a Retriever. Last Friday, Emily Russo, a rising senior at Glenelg High School and the reigning girls basketball Player of the Year, made a verbal commitment to play...
  • Get healthy living ideas in Havre de Grace at Saturday's fair

    Individuals and families in Harford County and Cecil County are invited to the Healthy Living in Havre de Grace Health Fair Saturday at the Havre de Grace Community Center to have fun, listen to live music, participate in aerobic dance competitions, win...
  • Bedbugs discovered at Sinai Hospital

    Bedbugs discovered at Sinai Hospital
    Bedbugs were discovered in an outpatient treatment room at Sinai Hospital late last week, according to a spokeswoman for Lifebridge Health, which operates the hospital. The bugs were determined to have come from one man who'd received treatment in the...
  • Iron Girl triathlon boosts tourism, spending in county

    Iron Girl triathlon boosts tourism, spending in county
    Hundreds of women in bathing suits stood at the edge of Centennial Lake. Soon, they would be slicing through the green water, their only chance to practice in the lake before the Athleta Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 19....
  • A conspicuous absence in Tampa: George W. Bush

    A conspicuous absence in Tampa: George W. Bush
    Since exiting the White House in January 2009, George W. Bush has effectively managed to keep himself out of the spotlight. While a handful of news stories have captured Mr. Bush's promotion of his cancer initiative in Africa and furnished updates on...
  • Led by Seether, 98 Rock's Autumn Equinox presents a variety of hard rock

    Led by Seether, 98 Rock's Autumn Equinox presents a variety of hard rock
    Seether, Sick Puppies and Charm City Devils performed at Pier Six Pavilion on Saturday night. Midnight Sun contributor Jay Trucker was there. The Autumn Equinox, a 98 Rock-sponsored concert featuring Charm City Devils, Sick Puppies and Seether, may not...
  • Towson resident and cancer surivor claims $250K lottery prize

    Nicholas Ruth's lottery ticket held the winning numbers for a Mega Millions second-tier prize — $250,000 — and he didn't even know it. The Towson resident bought a ticket was at 7-Eleven, on Loch Raven Boulevard, and didn't check his...
  • Baby boomers need hepatitis C testing

    All baby boomers should get tested for hepatitis C, the virus that can lead to liver disease, cancer and death, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One in 30 boomers is infected and most don't know -- read about that in this...