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  • 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...
  • Society of St. Vincent de Paul opens second food pantry

    Society of St. Vincent de Paul opens second food pantry
    A new food pantry will serve families on the city's northwest side. The Society of St. Vincent De Paul has opened a second food pantry at the corner of 42nd Street and Boulevard Place. St. Joan of Arc, St. Thomas Aquinas, Immaculate Heart of Mary,...
  • 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...
  • Helping locally and globally

    Helping locally and globally
    Meet another member of South Florida's many-sided faith community. This week we're talking with Elena Garcia, administrative assistant at Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Palm Beach and coordinator for diocesan Catholic Relief Services. Q: What...
  • Frank McCourt dies at 78; late-blooming author of 'Angela's Ashes'

    Frank McCourt dies at 78; late-blooming author of 'Angela's Ashes'
    Frank McCourt, the retired New York City schoolteacher who launched his late-in-life literary career by tapping memories of his grim, poverty-stricken childhood in Ireland to write the Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir "Angela's Ashes," died Sunday of cancer....
  • 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,...
  • Yolanda Green

    Yolanda Green is a community pioneer, children's advocate and television personality. Ms. Green currently serves as the Community Relations Director and Host of "Outlook Houston" and "Going Green" for Houston's CW39. As the Host of "Outlook Houston" she...
  • Frank McCourt, Author Of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies At 78

    Frank McCourt, Author Of 'Angela's Ashes,' Dies At 78
    Frank McCourt, the retired New York City schoolteacher who launched his late-in-life literary career by tapping memories of his grim, poverty-stricken childhood in Ireland to write the Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir "Angela's Ashes," died Sunday of cancer....
  • Drugs Involved In Murder of UT Couple

    Drugs Involved In Murder of UT Couple
    Austin Police have arrested a 19-year-old man in the shooting death of University of Texas graduates, Stacy Barnett and John Goosey. On Saturday, police charged James Richard "Ricky" Thompson with capital murder. Barnett and Goosey were found shot to...
  • Former accountant heeds call to become priest

    For years, as he worked as an accountant, a schoolteacher and a counselor, Hector Vazquez kept hearing a knock on his spiritual door. Just four years shy of turning 40, Vazquez finally answered his call and enrolled at a seminary in Boynton Beach. Now,...
  • Two Brothers Arrested in Slaying of Prominent Doctor

    Two Brothers Arrested in Slaying of Prominent Doctor
    Two suspects are in custody and a third is sought in connection with the death of a prominent Houston doctor. Dr. Jorge Mario Gonzalez, a pulmonary specialist and the chief of critical care at The Methodist Hospital, was shot to death Saturday at his...