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  • Anita L. VennariJuly 28, 1937 - January 14, 2015

    Anita L. Vennari<br/>July 28, 1937 - January 14, 2015
    Anita Vennari was born in Los Angeles and passed away at her home in Burbank. 
  • Lake Silver Elementary touted as model for sales tax hike's success

    Lake Silver Elementary touted as model for sales tax hike's success
    Lake Silver Elementary School, which is now celebrating its first semester in the newly renovated and reconstructed building, is being held up by Orange County’s public school leaders as a great example of what can be done when the county has the...

    These Be an Angel donors earn their wings

    These Be an Angel donors earn their wings
    Generous readers of The Morning Call continue to donate money and items to local nonprofits in the newspaper's 15th annual Be an Angel campaign, ending Saturday. Allen High School PTA received gift cards from Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wellner of...

    Warren Elementary fifth-graders step out on dance floor [Cockeysville]

    Shall we dance? That's was the question among the fifth-graders at Warren Elementary School as they recently took part in a week-long ballroom dance program. Sponsored by the PTA, this fun offering from the Baltimore County Public Schools' dance and...

    La Caņada History: Verdugo Blvd. widening leaves little room for pedestrians, school children

    La Ca&ntilde;ada History: Verdugo Blvd. widening leaves little room for pedestrians, school children
    Ten Years Ago Descanso Gardens reopened its gates to the public after having been forced to close for a full week in January 2005 to clean up after heavy rainstorms. It was the first time in the botanical showplace’s history that it was forced...