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Ryan DiCicco: Valedictorian for Cary-Grove Class 2013
Community High School District 155 announced Ryan DiCicco, of Cary, earned valedictorian honors for the Class of 2013 at Cary-Grove High School.
Mon May 20, 2013
GM Close To Returning To S&P 500 After Two Year Banishment
Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson said Saturday that he thinks the company is close to returning to the S&P 500 index.
Pokagon Potawatomi still 'Keeping the Fire' in South Bend
The Trail of Tears was devastating to the Great Lakes Potawatomi who had lived for hundreds of years in the region.
Senior Standout Sarah Fracci aims to rid world of cancer
"Since I was a small child, I've wanted to go into medicine," she said. "My aunt is a nurse, and she was always telling stories about working in a hospital." The aunt may have helped ignite her interest.
WNDU-TV South Bend
Hesburgh to celebrate 70 years as a priest
The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who served as president of the University of Notre Dame for 35 years, will mark his 70 years as a priest by taking part in a Jubilee Mass on Friday, the day before he turns 96 years old.
Notre Dame graduates more than 3,000
More than 3,000 graduates filed into Notre Dame stadium Sunday morning for commencement ceremonies.
Sun May 19, 2013
Madonna professor graduates from SMI
In order to remain at the top of his game - preparing students majoring in sports management for careers in the sports industry - Madonna University Assistant Professor Kevin King recently graduated from the Sports Management Institute executive training program.
Erie Times News
Idea takes root
ERIE INSURANCE OPENS: It did not command a major headline in the Erie Daily Times in 1925 when Erie Insurance opened for business.
Sat May 18, 2013
CEO Akerson: GM close to returning to S&P 500
General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson addresses graduates of the Mendoza School of Business at the University of Notre Dame.
Keyboardists Reflect On Page McConnell's 50th Birthday
Phish keyboardist Page Samuel McConnell was born on this day, May 17, in Philadelphia, back in 1963 - making him the first of the four members of Phish to blow out the candles of a 50th birthday cake.
Fri May 17, 2013
South Bend Tribune
Pursuing her passions
Mary Bevilacqua couldn't imagine giving up her art to pursue science, or sacrificing her science for an art career.
National Conference of State Legislat...
Photo illustration of a doctor's hand coming out of a laptop
NCSL Webinars allow attendees to participate in meetings taking place around the world from the comfort of their desk.
Thu May 16, 2013
President Morton Schapiro to Address Garrett Graduates
Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro will deliver the commencement address this year at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary's 156th Commencement ceremony.
Gosnell case fuels bitter US abortion debate
In this undated photo provided by the Philadelphia District Attorney's office, Dr.
Wed May 15, 2013
Critics slam new cloning research
Scientists' assertion that the advance in therapeutic cloning announced on Wednesday could not and would not pave the way to cloning a baby did little to assuage critics of the research.
South Bend Tribune
Motorists, walkers adjust to new traffic signal east of Notre Dame
Local pedestrians and motorists are getting used to a new-style traffic signal recently installed on Twyckenham Drive east of the University of Notre Dame .
Tue May 14, 2013
Religion News Service
Candida Moss debunks the a mytha of Christian persecution
Now, as an adult and a theologian, she wants to set the record straight. Notre Dame theologian Candida Moss has written a book calling out American and Western European Christians Christians for crying wolf about persecution - both in the early church and today.
Local TV Station KTVZ
Dr. Gosnell gets life in prison
A Philadelphia abortion provider found guilty of first-degree murder has agreed give up his right to appeal in exchange for avoiding a possible death sentence, Philadelphia's district attorney's office announced Tuesday.
Let's Reminisce / May 14
Thomas L. King of Cambridge, a junior at the University of Notre Dame, was presented a $500 scholarship by the General Electric Co.
Morris Daily Herald
MCHS to honor students during recognition night
The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. with hors d'oeuvres and dessert prepared and served by MCHS students, under the direction of Zan Higgins.