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  • Classmates, Teachers Remember Slain Student

    Classmates, Teachers Remember Slain Student
    Friends and teachers say that 11-year-old Blair Lane was kind-hearted, energetic and sweet. But now her classmates at The Nativity of Mary Catholic School are getting help coping with her death after she was struck down by a stray bullet as she watched...
  • Burbank able to battle back

    GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Burbank d. Crescenta Valley, 23-25, 21-25, 25-14, 25-22, 16-14: Despite dropping the first two games, the Bulldogs battled back to take three straight and win the Pacific League match Thursday at home. Stephanie Eskander paced...
  • Laughter is the test medicine

    Laughter is the test medicine
    To an Alzheimer's patient, there's nothing funny about forgetting to turn off the oven, losing a telephone number or misplacing books from the library. But turning those mishaps into punch lines might turn out to be therapeutic. The idea that...
  • Two Catholic Schools Close in Sacramento

    Two Catholic Schools Close in Sacramento
    The Immaculate Conception Apostolic for Teenage Boys and the University of Sacramento are closing their doors when the summer term ends.  University President, Father Robert Presutti says the decision came from leaders of the Legionaries of Christ in Rome...
  • 12-year-old Samantha Vinturella's Body Found on Lake Borgne

    12-year-old Samantha Vinturella's Body Found on Lake Borgne
    12-year-old Samantha Vinturella's family finally has closure. Around 11 a.m. Tuesday boats and helicopters left Shell Beach and rushed to Lake Borgne. The search for little Sam was finally over. "The recovery site was about six miles northwest outside...
  • On Theater: 'Doubt' draws out rich performances

    Conflict in dramatic literature usually involves a "right" and a "wrong" with the script usually tilted toward the "good guys." In his acclaimed drama, playwright John Patrick Shanley leaves ample room for "Doubt." In this finely crafted and deeply...
  • Four squads ready for play

    BURBANK — Until a few years ago, Burroughs High and Burbank were the only local schools that fielded boys' golf teams. But Bellarmine-Jefferson fielded a team for the first time seven years ago and Providence started a program last season. All...
  • Ald. Burke opposes Emanuel on charging religious schools for water

    Ald. Burke opposes Emanuel on charging religious schools for water
    One of the City Council’s most powerful members today questioned two key ways Mayor Rahm Emanuel has proposed to generate millions of dollars in revenue that would help close the city’s wide budget gap. Ald. Edward Burke, 14th, said he wanted...
  • GAA misses final touch

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Plenty of scoring chances came the way of the Glendale Adventist Academy boys' soccer team in a Liberty League game against Yeshiva Wednesday. The problem was those chances didn't translate to goals for the Cougars. Yeshiva, on...
  • San Diego Valley View Casino: The lobster buffet is a winner

    San Diego Valley View Casino: The lobster buffet is a winner
    "I used to win like crazy," my friend Juanita Mendonca would tell me. "Every slot machine turned to gold. I'd come home and my purse would be stuffed with money." Juanita, a retired parochial school teacher with a magic touch at the slots, loved to...
  • The Arrogant Professor

    I thought it best to wait a while to decide if I should comment on the speech by Notre Dame law Professor Nicole Stelle Garnett as reported in the July 9th South Bend Tribune. It seemed so arrogant and outrageous to me that I thought I might be...
  • Emanuel's children going to private school this fall

    Emanuel's children going to private school this fall
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel and his wife have decided to forgo Chicago public schools and send their children  to the University of Chicago Lab School in Hyde Park this fall, a source familiar with the decision has told the Tribune. Leah, Ilana and Zach will be...