You’ve probably never turned on the nightly news and heard the anchors talking about menopause or gone to a charity event where all the women were discussing who was still getting their period. That’s because menopause is something women go through mostly alone. And as our bodies and our hormones […]

When: Elizabethtown Borough Council meeting, March 4, with some council members in chambers and some joining remotely. What happened: Despite the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing economic disruption it caused, Elizabethtown “weathered it well,” said Trout CPA auditor Sean Post, who presented council with the 2020 audit report. […]

In this Wednesday March 4, 2020 courtroom sketch Joshua Schulte, center, is seated at the defense table flanked by his attorneys during jury deliberations in New York. Joshua Schulte, a former CIA software engineer charged with leaking government secrets to WikiLeaks says it’s cruel and unusual punishment that he’s awaiting […]

MILWAUKEE — The woman was screaming. Crying. Bleeding. Hit with a rubber bullet as police cleared protesters out of Kenosha’s Civic Center Park on the night of Aug. 25, she lay on the ground, possibly in shock. Gaige Grosskreutz knelt beside her. Trained as a paramedic, he carried the equipment he needed to […]