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  • 'The Singing Nurse' at Valencia hospital soothes the suffering

    'The Singing Nurse' at Valencia hospital soothes the suffering
    You hear him before you see him. The melodic baritone drifts through the sterile corridors of Valencia’s Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital. The sound surprises no one. Most have gotten used to hearing Jared Axen, a registered nurse, who...
  • Around Town: Relative searches for more Banburys

    By 1887, Catherine Banbury somehow had come into possession of 45 acres of prime La Cañada land. The parcel included most of the land south of Foothill down to Descanso Drive, described as: “All that portion of lot fourteen (14) of the Rancho La...
  • Vernon J. Holloway

    Vernon J. Holloway, who spent nearly 47 years as an independent newspaper carrier coursing through the back roads of northern Baltimore County delivering The Baltimore Sun and the News American to readers, died June 12 from respiratory failure at York...
  • PASSINGS: Ted Hood

    PASSINGS: Ted Hood
    Ted Hood, 86, a yachtsman, sailmaker, yacht designer and builder who captained the winner of the 1974 America's Cup sailing race, died June 28 at a nursing home in Middletown, R.I., his son Richard said. He had had pneumonia and heart problems....
  • Boy buried in sand expected to recover: 'He is doing very well'

    Boy buried in sand expected to recover: 'He is doing very well'
    A 6-year-old boy buried for hours under 11 feet of sand at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore could be off a ventilator by the end of the week and out of the hospital within two weeks -- a recovery his family hailed as a miracle that has "hit home...
  • Boy, 6, buried in sand dune is breathing on his own

    Boy, 6, buried in sand dune is breathing on his own
    Nathan Woessner is sitting up, watching cartoons and -- for the first time since being buried in a sand dune -- talking. The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital said the 6-year-old boy has been taken off a ventilator and is...
  • Boy rescued from sand dune now in good condition, continues to improve

    Boy rescued from sand dune now in good condition, continues to improve
    The boy rescued last week after being buried for hours in an Indiana sand dune has had his condition upgraded to good as his health continues to improve, hospital officials said today. Thursday, word came that Nathan Woessner was sitting up, watching...
  • Measles cases in Ventura County prompt vaccination advisory

    Measles cases in Ventura County prompt vaccination advisory
    Two visitors from Europe are suspected of falling ill with measles in Ventura County, prompting public health officials to remind the public to get vaccinated. Health authorities said one of the visitors was confirmed to have measles, and the other is...
  • Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'

    Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'
    On a recent afternoon Thebe Kgositsile, 19, wandered around his sparse central Hollywood apartment lugging a gallon of orange juice and thinking about the logo to his fledgling music imprint Tan Cressida. A piano melody looped from a computer plugged...
  • Another Possible Miracle Under Review In Cause To Make Knights' Founder A Saint

    Another Possible Miracle Under Review In Cause To Make Knights' Founder A Saint
    Connecticut has seen its share of certifiable sinners but, in the eyes of the Roman Catholic Church, no officially recognized saint. At least, not yet. However, the cause to canonize Knights of Columbus founder Father Michael J. McGivney is being...
  • Seven dead dolphins found on Md. shores in 'alarming' Mid-Atlantic trend

    Seven dead dolphins found on Md. shores in 'alarming' Mid-Atlantic trend
    Seven bottlenose dolphins have washed up dead on Maryland shores in recent weeks, part of a larger mystery along the Mid-Atlantic coast, where alarmed scientists are working to find the cause of more than 120 dolphin deaths since June. The seven dolphin...