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n As Alzheimer’s disease gradually stole his father, Tommy Hays coped in a way writers often do: He wrote about it. The resulting novel, “The Pleasure Was Mine,” will be the selection of this year’s One City, One Book community reading event.

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n N.C. State football coach Tom O’Brien faces his former team, Boston College, in an ACC Atlantic Division matchup at Carter-Finley Stadium.

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n Feeling overwhelmed? Stop stress in its tracks with this

14-day relaxation regimen.

In Life

n A look at the federal bailout plan and what it might mean for you. Also, Charles Davenport takes a skeptical look at the number of children with a diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. In Ideas

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