Terminal Cancer

Local Family Leaves For Emotional Final Vacation With Terminally Ill MotherThere were applause and cheers for Dana Rossey and her family as she left the cancer center and boarded a private jet to North Carolina.
Nonprofit Working To Send Mother With Terminal Cancer, Family To Outer Banks A family of five wants to take what could be a final vacation together this weekend, but health considerations make it nearly impossible to get the mom to North Carolina.
Local Church Featured In New Blockbuster Throws Premiere PartyRed Carpet. Cameras. Fancy Dresses. It was a movie gala Mount Lebanon-style.
Boy, 2, Dies After Serving As Best Man In Parents' WeddingThe mother of a terminally ill 2-year-old western Pennsylvania boy who served as his parents' best man, says he has died.
Couple’s Wedding, Terminally Ill Son Garnering National AttentionA Westmoreland County toddler battling a terminal illness with only weeks to live, played a special part in his parent's wedding over the weekend.
Couple’s Wedding Day Full Of Emotion As Terminally Ill Son Serves As Best ManIt was a day of great joy and great sadness. For a Westmoreland County couple, it was their wedding day.
Logan Stevenson FundYour wedding day is a time for joy, for family, for making memories.
Boy Suffering From Terminal Cancer To Serve As Best Man At Parents’ WeddingYour wedding day is a time for joy, for family, for making memories.
Man Battling Cancer Marries Long-Time LoveA local man is facing a life-threatening battle with cancer. Even so, he was able to marry his fiancée of 10 years Saturday, and it was all made possible by an organization that grants special wishes.
Bowling Ball Will Be Final Resting Place For Terminal Cancer PatientTony Guarino’s passion for bowling was instilled by his father and uncle. It’s a love affair that's lasted more than 40 years and generated countless friendships and a lot of near misses before one perfect game with a Storm bowling ball.
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