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  • William J. Nauman Jr., quality manager

    William J. Nauman Jr., quality manager
    William John Nauman Jr., a retired Verizon quality manager, died Nov. 17 of a brain tumor at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 78. The son of a Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. lineman and a homemaker, he was born in Baltimore and raised on Beaumont...
  • Neighbors right to worry about Beans and Bread expansion

    The expansion of Beans and Bread shouldn't just worry "some neighbors," it should worry all neighbors ("Soup kitchen's plans worry some neighbors," Nov. 28). The motives of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore may be genuine, yet the facts on the ground...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Coda for OASIS center ukulele player

    Ukulele player Bill Tapia, who was a regular participant in the OASIS Senior Center's ukulele club, died Friday in his Westminster home. He was 103 and died peacefully in his sleep, his website states. "With a career that spanned over 90 years, he was...
  • A bangin' time for dads, kids

    A bangin' time for dads, kids
    Grant Sevdayan has a one-day opening for an anvil player with the Huntington Beach Symphony Orchestra. No experience is necessary, and no audition will be required. Sevdayan, the musical director of the nonprofit orchestra that launched two years ago,...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Committee work begins with sharrows

    The first meeting of the Newport Beach Citizens Bicycle Safety Committee took place Monday afternoon, with members discussing their concerns and setting priorities — including adding sharrows in Corona del Mar, adding racks throughout the city...
  • 600 homeless get haircuts, clothes, and medical care

    600 homeless get haircuts, clothes, and medical care
    SAN DIEGO -- Nearly 600 homeless people sought services Wednesday at the fifth annual Project Homeless Connect at Golden Hall. The program steers people living on the street to various social services. More than 250 volunteers and 60 nonprofit...
  • St. Vincent de Paul Center to Host Summer Safety Festival

    St. Vincent de Paul Center to Host Summer Safety Festival
    St. Vincent de Paul Center invites families and neighbors to the 11th Annual Summer Safety Festival, sponsored by Alderman Michelle Smith and Children's Memorial Hospital, being held on the Center's campus at the corner of Halsted and Webster on Saturday,...
  • 'We have to work together'

    'We have to work together'
    Meet another member of South Florida's many-sided faith community. This week we're talking with the Rev. David Toups, incoming rector at St. Vincent de PaulMajor Seminary, near Boynton Beach. Q: What's the one most mistaken impression about priests? A:...
  • Rotary sends students off to college

    Rotary sends students off to college
    The Crescenta Cañada Rotary Club recently distributed scholarships to graduating seniors. Receiving scholarships from La Cañada High School are Shannon Burt, who will attend the University of Michigan majoring in art and fashion design; John Lee, who...
  • Keeper of the church's gate

    Keeper of the church's gate
    Meet another member of South Florida's many-sided faith community. This week we're talking with the Very Rev. Chanel Jeanty, vicar general and chancellor for canonical affairs for the Archdiocese of Miami. Q: How is a vicar general's job different from...
  • 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...