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NEWS
February 25, 1993 | by Frank Dougherty, Daily News Staff Writer
Northeast Catholic High School has given a hero's welcome to a select group of graduates whose lives are a classic study in how ordinary people can live extraordinary lives. Five graduates, two of them now deceased, were inducted into the school's Hall of Fame during an honors convocation in the Northeast Catholic auditorium last Thursday. "The people we honor tonight have made significant achievements during their lives. At a time when our society needs heroes, we honor tonight ordinary people who have excelled in an extraordinary manner," said award presenter John Marquess.
NEWS
October 10, 2012
NEW YORK - U.S. deaths surpassed 2.5 million for the first time last year, reflecting the nation's growing and aging population. The increase of about 45,000 more deaths than in 2010 was not surprising. The annual number of deaths has been generally rising for decades as the population has swelled. Before last year, the largest number of deaths was 2.47 million in 2008. The number of deaths can rise or fall from year to year, depending on whether there was a bad flu season or other factors.
NEWS
September 24, 2012
Jonathan A. Segal is a lawyer with Duane Morris in Philadelphia In June, the Montgomery County SPCA was granted a search-and-seizure warrant to rescue 36 cats that were being hoarded in Hatboro. The stench of animal waste, fleas, and decay was everywhere. The animals cried out for help, for human mercy, from conditions that defy description. We took pictures of what we found, but they are so horrific that we cannot publish most of them. The home was so decrepit that our officers required breathing apparatus and hazmat suits to enter the condemned building.
NEWS
May 16, 2012
EVEN WHILE HOBBLED by severe kidney disease, which required weekly dialysis treatments, Reggie Schell was out on Cecil B. Moore Avenue passing out leaflets or holding up signs, relentless in his pursuit of justice for black people. The former leader of the Black Panther Party in Philadelphia, Reggie was never deterred from working for the cause of equality for black people, the mission that had consumed him since the '60s - driving him to join demonstrations, work to get out the black vote and to get involved in other efforts to improve the community and the lives of his people.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
THE LIFE of a reporter can be pretty tough sometimes. For example, you try taking notes while participating in a swim meet. KYW Newsradio's Jim Melwert knows how hard it is firsthand. Last week, with a little help from the Gift of Life program, Melwert was in Houston reporting on and participating in the Transplant Games of America, an Olympics-style event for people who have donated or received an organ. In 2006, Melwert stepped in to give his aunt Jean DelMuto , who had polycystic kidney disease, one of his kidneys.
SPORTS
September 2, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Seven-time all-star Alonzo Mourning will attempt a comeback with the New Jersey Nets this season, less than a year after a kidney transplant. The 34-year-old Mourning signed with the Nets before last season but his comeback lasted only 12 games before he retired Nov. 24 because of complications from a kidney disease, focal segmental glomerulosclerosis. He was diagnosed before the 2000-01 season. Horse racing Six-time British champion jockey Kieren Fallon was reported among three jockeys and 13 others arrested in England on charges of fixing horse races, reported Britain's Press Association.
SPORTS
March 2, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Alonzo Mourning once was larger than life, the Miami Heat's biggest star. Now, even he acknowledges those days are gone. Yet Mourning also steadfastly believes he can still play at a championship-caliber level. And now, at last, he's back with Miami and ready to resume his past quest - delivering the Heat's first NBA title. The seven-time All-Star center signed a contract yesterday to rejoin Miami, the team with whom he spent eight previous seasons - a stint twice interrupted by kidney disease.
SPORTS
November 26, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Former Phoenix Suns coach Scott Skiles has had "some discussions" with Chicago Bulls general manager John Paxson about the team's coaching vacancy, Skiles' agent, Keith Glass, said yesterday. "Certainly we're interested - Scott's interested. And I think they're interested," Glass said. Paxson wasn't available for comment yesterday, but Skiles is thought to be the front-runner to replace Bill Cartwright, who was fired Monday because of the team's 4-10 start. Paxson has said he would like to name a new coach within a week.
SPORTS
November 3, 2000 | by Phil Jasner, Daily News Sports Writer
The new tattoo high on Matt Geiger's right arm, just below the shoulder, reads "The Time Is Now. " The 76ers' backup center, starting his second season in succession on the injured list after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, says "They're just words. " He declines to say whether they have a special meaning. The message, though, could be that Geiger is eager to start contributing the way he believes he can. He missed the first 17 games of last season, then never really found his niche, struggling with inconsistency and a lack of conditioning.
SPORTS
May 1, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
It's a somber rite of spring: Pat Riley meets one final time with his team and then with the media, trying to explain what went wrong for the Miami Heat. When Riley renewed the ritual yesterday, the lines in his face were deeper, the gray in his hair more pronounced and the self-assessment harsher than ever before. That comes from losing to a lower-seeded playoff team each of the past four years. "If I was my boss, I would probably fire me," Riley said. With a chuckle he added, "But I'm not going to fire myself.
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