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  • Literacy garden promises bounty of food and books

    Literacy garden promises bounty of food and books
    Gardening held little appeal to Stacey Watkins, a Baltimore special-education teacher, until an organization that helps keep her classroom in books put out a call for help with an urban planting project. She soon found her manicured hands could do wonders...
  • Singer Jewel surprises benefit dinner

    Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jewel surprised the crowd at a dinner benefit Saturday night for the Journey Home, a partnership between Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and United Way of Central Maryland that aims to "make homelessness rare and brief in...
  • The new lords of the land

    Paul W. Nochumowitz describes himself as a bail bondsman who takes home $14,000 a year and is bankrupt. Still, he and his wife, Amie Sue, own a $1 million high-rise condominium on Florida's Biscayne Bay as well as a home in Baltimore County. This year,...
  • A wide range of reactions to new pope

    When the Rev. Denis J. Sweeney heard the news, he tore down the halls of St. Mary's Catholic school in Annapolis, high-fiving students and encouraging them to shout, "Three cheers for the new pope." But 30 miles away, at the Hyattsville headquarters of...
  • Ferguson-area businesses cope with aftermath of weekend riot

    DELLWOOD, Mo. Ferguson-area businesses grappled Monday with the aftermath of weekend looting that left windows shattered and store shelves empty. The violence started Sunday evening in response to the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown....
  • After night of looting in St. Louis suburb, merchants begin repairs

    On Monday, the sound of hammers could be heard for more than a mile up and down West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, where vandals had smashed windows and looted fast-food stores and an auto shop and set fire to a convenience store. Overnight, an angry...
  • Helen Joanne Zivalich: Mother of large family was strict, loving

    Helen Joanne Zivalich: Mother of large family was strict, loving
    A devout Catholic proud of her Irish descent, Helen Joanne Watters Zivalich passed away July 16 at 85. Her children say she was strict, but loving A devout Catholic proud of her Irish descent, and the wife of a union organizer, Helen Joanne Watters...
  • Thrift shop moving to Orland Park

    Thrift shop moving to Orland Park
    The St. Vincent de Paul Society is holding a closing sale at its Midlothian thrift store in advance of moving to Orland Park. The store at 4644 W. 147th St. has discounted merchandise to 75 percent off from Thursday to Tuesday . Anything that remains...
  • Seminarista 'rapea' por Jesucristo

    Seminarista 'rapea'  por Jesucristo
    "El hombre en este mundo es un peregrino Que solamente en Jesús encuentra su destino Que El Señor nos ilumine este camino Para llegar al cielo con corazón de niño". Antes rapeaba pero con letras "mundanas" llenas de palabras obscenas y frases...
  • Canonización de los Papas: Sur de Florida celebra con el resto del mundo

    Canonización de los Papas: Sur de Florida celebra con el resto del mundo
    Cuando Paulette Kardos, de 69 años y su esposo Paul, de 77, de Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, estén en la Plaza de San Pedro este domingo, serán parte de una gran multitud que celebrará la canonización de dos Papas muy queridos por los católicos y admirados por...
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