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  • First AME's former pastor is troubled by church upheaval

    First AME's former pastor is troubled by church upheaval
    In his final days as pastor of First African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Rev. Cecil L. "Chip" Murray compiled, copied and buried piles of records amassed over the 27 years he led the congregation. The time capsule, he believed, would preserve his...
  • Guest Column: LCF residents should stand up to Sacramento

    I’d like to thank and applaud the news media and fellow resident William Lee for alerting the left-in-the dark public about pending plans for La Cañada Flintridge to accommodate 343 low-income units over the next eight years. After a mind-numbing...
  • Residents, activists oppose new vision for Lathrop Homes

    Residents, activists oppose new vision for Lathrop Homes
    Though it’s a just an aged, run-down and now mostly vacant public housing complex, the Lathrop Homes is where Talitha Jackson has for a decade felt most comfortable raising her four children, she said. “This is the safest place to raise my...
  • Letter: Section 8 housing would ruin city

    La Cañada is a precious jewel among the very ordinary and common cities that surround us. Why? For two reasons. Because of our school system and because of the uncongested “small town” atmosphere and our lovely single family neighborhoods....
  • The mind of DeRay Davis - unfiltered and never fake

    The mind of DeRay Davis - unfiltered and never fake
    The Game Show Network hopes to wring some laughs from the old standby: Men think like this; women think like that. "Mind of a Man" debuts January 8 and is hosted by stand-up comedian DeRay Davis, who told me he had to adapt his R-rated instincts for basic...
  • Balto. Co.'s lack of affordable housing contributes to homelessness

     Balto. Co.'s lack of affordable housing contributes to homelessness
    I was encouraged that your recent editorial on suburban homelessness pointed out that as poverty increases in the suburbs, so inevitably will the numbers of homeless families and individuals ("Homeless in suburbia," Oct. 13). There was, however, no...
  • Crescenta Valley 9-10 All-Star softball team keeps title hopes alive

    JURUPA VALLEY — Put in a situation where there wasn’t room for error, the Crescenta Valley 9-10 All-Star softball team shored up its pitching and defense to keep its championship aspirations alive. Thanks to some clutch hitting from Alex...
  • Man convicted of stealing nearly $1.4M from city housing authority

    Man convicted of stealing nearly $1.4M from city housing authority
    An Upper Marlboro man was convicted Monday of orchestrating a scheme to steal nearly $1.4 million from the Baltimore Housing Authority, the U.S. Department of Justice said. Daren Kareem Gadsden, aka "D," was a designated landlord in the city's Section...
  • Teams battle in tourney action

    Teams battle in tourney action
    One District 62 All-Star team has extended its season and two others saw their respective postseason runs come to an end in Little League tournament action this week. Ocean View's 9-10 All-Star team stayed alive in Division III Sub-Division South...
  • Man charged in slaying of Far South Side teen

    Man charged in slaying of Far South Side teen
    A U.S. postal worker and another man followed a 16-year-old boy around a Chicago Housing Authority complex before the second man shot the teen to death, Cook County prosecutors alleged Saturday. On July 14, Aries Sanders, 24, the postal worker, and...
  • Man who stole settlement money from relatives gets 7½ years

    Man who stole settlement money from relatives gets 7½ years
    Rahshone Burnett was supposed to use the millions of dollars won by his young nieces and nephews in a wrongful-death lawsuit to ensure that they thrived after the tragedy of losing their mother and brother in a 2001 fire. Instead, prosecutors say,...