St. John School undergoing $2.18 million expansion

January 6, 2013

St. John Catholic School is expanding a building and preparation programs as an incoming center propagandize category increases a tyro population. Church members, relatives and outward sources donated adequate income to account a construction project, that will cost $2.18 million, during a propagandize during 1208 Kentucky St. in Lawrence. The further will embody new classrooms, […]

Dentist opens new Linda Mar office

September 19, 2012

Dr. John Acosta of Pacific Coast Dental non-stop adult a new use in a Linda Mar Shopping Center. Acosta specializes in ubiquitous dentistry and cosmetic dentistry. He is a dilettante in a Invisalign transparent braces. He is house approved in ubiquitous dentistry, a member of a American Academy of General Dentistry, California Dental Association and […]

Twenty underneath 40! Dr. John Scott

May 31, 2012

For Dr. John Scott, volunteerism and use are inseparable from his veteran life. At 38, Scott has had dual successful careers; a initial as a mortician, a benefaction as a dentist during Gentle Care. “Both careers core around use … either you’re portion bereaved families or patients,” he said. “I hated dentistry and dental propagandize […]

Dr. John Scott: Dentist and volunteer

May 25, 2012

For Dr. John Scott, volunteerism and use are inseparable from his veteran life. At 38, Scott has had dual successful careers; a initial as a mortician, a benefaction as a dentist during Gentle Care. “Both careers core around use … either you’re portion bereaved families or patients,” he said. “I hated dentistry and dental propagandize […]

Kelly: Wedding has green, and mariachis

April 8, 2012

Columnist Michael Kelly Published Saturday Mar 17, 2012 By Michael KellyWORLD-HERALD COLUMNIST How improved to applaud a St. Patrick’s Day marriage of a Mexican-American bride and an Irish-American groom? Of course: With mariachis and bagpipes. Rosa Valencia and Terrence O’Donnell will marry currently during St. Bridget Catholic Church,Article source: http://owweb.ow.atl.publicus.com/article/20120317/NEWS01/703179927

Obituaries for Jan. 12

January 14, 2012

METRO Burke, Mrs. Cora Jean Smith, 61, of Richmond, a reading dilettante with a Richmond propagandize system, mother of Ronald G. Burke. Colley, Mrs. Muriel R., of Mechanicsville, widow of Paul Colley. Cooper, Ms. Patricia Ann Ward, 59, of Quinton, an auditor in a hotel industry. Cosby, Mr. Gerald W., 57, of Mechanicsville. Daffron, Mrs. […]

Donor to move ‘color’ to Hackley Park with new landscaping this spring

December 18, 2011

Chronicle record photoNamed after lumberman Charles Hackley, Hackley Park has been a signature park in downtown Muskegon for some-more than 100 years. Hackley combined a open space to respect heroes from a Civil War. MUSKEGON — Norma Horan thinks Muskegon’s downtown Hackley Park needs some sprucing adult and a bit some-more color. In respect of […]

From wheat to fight — a life for a poor

December 18, 2011

Printer-friendly versionSend to friendPDF version Broken and Shared: Food, Dignity, and a Poor on Los Angeles’ Skid Row By Jeff Dietrich 418 pages, Marymount Institute Press, $29.95 If we are erratic in a 50-block area famous as Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles and we ask directions to Hospitality Kitchen or where a Catholic Workers […]

Tailgate Turf Wars: Pros & Cons Of Location

December 9, 2011

For a complicated football fanatic, there’s usually one good territory discuss left to take place. But forget about a weed (or miss thereof) on a field, since we’re not only articulate football; on a contrary, we’re articulate tailgating! And when it comes to places where good pre-game parties take place, it’s a territory fight of […]

On ‘The Way’ with Martin Sheen

October 8, 2011

Printer-friendly versionSend to friendPDF version By a time director/writer Emilio Estevez’s new film “The Way” opens national Oct. 21, he and his lead star, father Martin Sheen, will have crisscrossed a United States and partial of Canada on a train debate with disdainful screenings in about 30 cities. “The Way” is a story of Tom […]