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A Central Indiana student is suing his school for the right to wear an "I (heart) boobies" bracelet. The bracelets are a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Research, but a Monticello middle school told an 8th grade boy that he must remove it, turn it inside...
Lizzy Sunderhaus can thank her parents for her caring nature and willingness to volunteer time. The 21-year-old Cedar Crest College senior and star basketball player always gives a shout-out to Stephen T. Badin High School in Hamilton, Ohio, for giving...
Pink’s not really my color, not when it becomes more apparent that it’s simply a lighter shade of red, the ubiquitous color of the conservative class. Any chance that I would ever don a pink tie for the folks at Susan G. Komen for the Cure is...
I was channel surfing in commercial breaks from an NFL playoff game last Sunday when a figure skating show, Improv-Ice, arrested my attention. There was Nicole Bobek, back on national television as a performer (for the second time in 15 days), looking...
Allison Melangton is no stranger to big time events. The Emmy-winning television producer has worked seven Olympic games from Barcelona to Beijing. “I never went into work that way and never thought that I was going to climb the corporate ladder...
Brendan Nosovitch will forever be remembered as one of the greatest football players in Central Catholic and Lehigh Valley history. But although overshadowed by all of his touchdown passes and big plays on the gridiron, Nosovitch's non-stop hustle and...
Ask on youtube and you shall receive. That’s the lesson Jason Segel superfan and Wrigleyville resident Chelsea Gill learned after she posted a video of herself asking “The Muppets” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star out...
By now, if all had gone according to plan, the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute would have attracted $15 million in local philanthropy dollars. But as the economy ran dry, so did the big checks. An effort by Sanford-Burnham to sell the...
When did public workers become the enemy of the state? I’m just wondering because it seems state after state is taking aim at public employees — be they firefighters, police officers, nurses, teachers along with city, county and state workers....
A great turnout at the Valley Collector Car Club's annual benefit show in July raised $9,000 dollars that the club will donate to 17 local charities. The Simsbury-based club had an estimated 2,500 spectators at its Annual Charity Benefit Car Show on July...
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