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hempstead town provides home for navy veteran and her family


hempstead town officials on wednesday gave a local navy veteran the keys to her family’s new home in roosevelt. jessica lopez, 39, of freeport, said she had been living “paycheck to paycheck” in a small apartment with her husband and five children after being displaced by superstorm sandy.most popular“there simply isn’t enough we can do for our veterans,” supervisor anthony santino said in presenting the keys. through a federal grant, the town’s housing authority bought a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home on east pennywood avenue for $212,000 and will rent it to lopez, a navy yeoman, for $2,100 a month — below the market rate of $3,500 — town officials said.they gave lopez the keys to the home and a welcome mat, as well as a key to the town in honor of her military service.“this is huge, thi






great tv moments with david letterman's mom, dorothy mengering


dorothy mengering, who died wednesday, leaves a legacy as a correspondent on son's shows.       






st. dorothy church: chicago download


download download this st. dorothy church (chicago) app was created to enable our church members to better be updated on current and breaking news items, as well to learn about parish events, and share information between members. st dorothy is a historic 100-year presence in the chatham neighborhood, and is located at 450 east 78th street, chicago il. visitors are welcomed at our 3 weekend masses (5: 00pm sat, 7: 00am and 10: 00am sunday). for information, please call the church office at 773-651-7000.






great tv moments with david letterman's mom, dorothy mengering


david letterman's mom, dorothy mengering, died wednesday at age 95 but leaves a lasting legacy as a correspondent on her son’s late-night tv...       






employee alleged by prosecutors to bribe dorothy brown faces sentencing


a former employee in cook county circuit court clerk dorothy brown's office pleaded guilty wednesday to lying to a federal grand jury investigating pay-to-play allegations in the clerk's office.in pleading guilty to one count of perjury, sivasubramani rajaram, 48, did not agree to cooperate with...






dorothy mengering, david letterman's mother and 'late show' guest, dead at 95


david letterman's mother, dorothy mengering, died on tuesday. she was 95.mengering made regular guest appearances on the “late show” when her son was the host, often from her indiana home while baking in the kitchen for a popular holiday segment called “guess mom’s pies.”her passing was confirmed via twitter by barbara gaines, an executive producer on the cbs talk show whose connection to letterman dates back to 1980.also read:j. geils band founder dies at 71so sorry to hear about dave's mom dorothy. she was 95! definitely went the distance.— barbara gaines (@barbara_gaines1) april 12, 2017current cbs late-night host stephen colbert also offered his sympathy at the sad news, writing: “i’m so sorry to hear of dorothy mengering’s death, and so grateful that dave shared her with us.”i'm so so






catholic charities advances with huge st. paul project


the state bonding bill signed by gov. mark dayton last week should provide enough support for catholic charities of saint paul and minneapolis to complete its $100 million, two-building  dorothy day place, a two building housing and social service center to replace the antiquated facility in downtown st. paul.this “will allow us to continue our work to complete the saint paul opportunity center and dorothy day residence,” catholic charities ceo tim marx said recently. “dorothy day place represents the best in our community and shows what can happen when minnesotans from all sectors and political backgrounds come together around a shared goal. together, we are achieving the true promise of this bold and transformational vision to prevent and end homelessness and to contribute to the vitalit






fla. brush fire destroys two homes as flames close i-75


brush fires continue to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush fires continuing to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie lehner brushes her teeth before trying to sleep at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie and bob lehner prepare to sleep in their car at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush f






fla. brush fire destroys two homes as flames close i-75


brush fires continue to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush fires continuing to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie lehner brushes her teeth before trying to sleep at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie and bob lehner prepare to sleep in their car at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush f






fla. brush fire destroys two homes as flames close i-75


brush fires continue to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush fires continuing to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie lehner brushes her teeth before trying to sleep at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie and bob lehner prepare to sleep in their car at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush f






fla. brush fire destroys two homes as flames close i-75


brush fires continue to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush fires continuing to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie lehner brushes her teeth before trying to sleep at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie and bob lehner prepare to sleep in their car at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush f






fla. brush fire destroys two homes as flames close i-75


brush fires continue to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush fires continuing to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie lehner brushes her teeth before trying to sleep at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie and bob lehner prepare to sleep in their car at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush f






fla. brush fire destroys two homes as flames close i-75


brush fires continue to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush fires continuing to burn in collier county in to the night on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie lehner brushes her teeth before trying to sleep at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen connie and bob lehner prepare to sleep in their car at the golden gate community center, which served as a shelter for those evacuated from their homes, on tuesday, march 7, 2017.   dorothy edwards/naples daily newsfullscreen naples firefighters monitor the brush f






catholic charites reaches $40m goal for new dorothy day place in st. paul


after two years of impassioned pitches, catholic charities has reached its $40 million private fundraising goal for dorothy day place — two new buildings in downtown st. paul that offer social services and housing to help people move out of homelessness.now the nonprofit is lobbying state lawmakers to step up with $27 million needed to complete the $100 million project that, when finished, will be the largest public-private housing and social services partnership in the state’s history.the new facility replaces dorothy day’s former emergency shelter where the homeless slept on floor mats, an arrangement that catholic charities leaders characterized as undignified.phase one of the project, called higher ground, opened in january and provides accommodations for 473 people ranging from emerge






catholic charites reaches $40m goal for new dorothy day place in st. paul


after two years of impassioned pitches, catholic charities has reached its $40 million private fundraising goal for dorothy day place — two new buildings in downtown st. paul that offer social services and housing to help people move out of homelessness.now the nonprofit is lobbying state lawmakers to step up with $27 million needed to complete the $100 million project that, when finished, will be the largest public-private housing and social services partnership in the state’s history.the new facility replaces dorothy day’s former emergency shelter where the homeless slept on floor mats, an arrangement that catholic charities leaders characterized as undignified.phase one of the project, called higher ground, opened in january and provides accommodations for 473 people ranging from emerge






catholic charites reaches $40m goal for new dorothy day place in st. paul


after two years of impassioned pitches, catholic charities has reached its $40 million private fundraising goal for dorothy day place — two new buildings in downtown st. paul that offer social services and housing to help people move out of homelessness.now the nonprofit is lobbying state lawmakers to step up with $27 million needed to complete the $100 million project that, when finished, will be the largest public-private housing and social services partnership in the state's history.the new facility replaces dorothy day's former emergency shelter where the homeless slept on floor mats, an arrangement that catholic charities leaders characterized as undignified.phase one of the project, called higher ground, opened in january and provides accommodations for 473 people ranging from emerge






catholic charites reaches $40m goal for new dorothy day place in st. paul


after two years of impassioned pitches, catholic charities has reached its $40 million private fundraising goal for dorothy day place — a pair of new buildings in downtown st. paul that offer social services and housing to help people move out of homelessness.now the nonprofit is lobbying state lawmakers to step up with the remaining $27 million needed to complete the $100 million project that, when finished, will be the largest public-private housing and social services partnership in the state's history.the new facility replaces dorothy day's former emergency shelter where the homeless slept on floor mats, an arrangement that catholic charities leaders characterized as undignified.phase one of the project, called higher ground, opened in january and provides accommodations for 473 people






catholic charites reaches $40m goal for new dorothy day place in st. paul


after two years of impassioned pitches, catholic charities has reached its $40 million private fundraising goal for dorothy day place — two new buildings in downtown st. paul that offer social services and housing to help people move out of homelessness.now the nonprofit is lobbying state lawmakers to step up with $27 million needed to complete the $100 million project that, when finished, will be the largest public-private housing and social services partnership in the state's history.the new facility replaces dorothy day's former emergency shelter where the homeless slept on floor mats, an arrangement that catholic charities leaders characterized as undignified.phase one of the project, called higher ground, opened in january and provides accommodations for 473 people ranging from emerge






catholic charites reaches $40m goal for new dorothy day place in st. paul


after two years of impassioned pitches, catholic charities has reached its $40 million private fundraising goal for dorothy day place — a pair of new buildings in downtown st. paul that offer social services and housing to help people move out of homelessness.now the nonprofit is lobbying state lawmakers to step up with the remaining $27 million needed to complete the half-complete $100 million project that, when finished, will be the largest public-private housing and social services partnership in the state’s history.the new facility replaces dorothy day’s former emergency shelter where the homeless slept on floor mats, an arrangement that catholic charities leaders characterized as undignified.phase one of the project, called higher ground, opened in january and provides accommodations






malibu becomes a sanctuary city — in solidarity with its gardeners, cooks and ot


the discussion inside malibu city hall over whether to become a sanctuary city last week bore the usual hallmarks of the heated national debate over illegal immigration.while some residents praised the proposal, others blamed those who are in the country illegally for crime and called the move a thinly disguised rebuke of president trump.but it being malibu, there was a celebrity twist. the idea was inspired by one of the town’s many famous residents: actor martin sheen. in december, he grabbed the lectern during a city council meeting and — as if conjuring his inner president josiah bartlet from “the west wing” — urged the city to become a sanctuary city.like many sanctuary city resolutions, malibu’s is largely symbolic. backers said the move, which passed on a 3-2 council vote, is a chan






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






councilwoman who cried 'bs' during sessions hearing will fight charge


sen. jeff sessions, r-ala., testifies on capitol hill in washington at his confirmation hearing for attorney general before the senate judiciary committee in washington, d.c., jan. 10, 2017. (photo: alex brandon, ap)washington, d.c. — bremerton city councilwoman leslie daugs, arrested in january on a charge of “disrupting congress,” has been offered a plea deal by federal prosecutors in the nation's capital.the deal would allow dismissal of the criminal charge if she performs 32 hours of community service in washington state.but daugs isn’t taking it.washington state councilwoman arrested for outburst at sessions hearing“i’m going to fight this,” daugs said monday following her arraignment at the h. carl moultrie courthouse in washington, d.c. “i feel very optimistic.”daugs was arrested by






dorothy mengering, david letterman’s mom, dies at 95


church secretary who found fame as a correspondent on her son’s late-night tv show was 95.       






david letterman’s mom, dorothy mengering, dies at 95


church secretary who found fame as a correspondent on her son’s late-night tv show was 95.       






oklahoma councilwoman: rename street honoring ex-kkk member


norman, okla. (ap) — a city councilwoman is asking homeowners in an oklahoma college town to rename a street honoring a prominent former university professor and ku klux klan member.norman councilwoman breea clark has posted an online petition asking residents to help change the name of debarr avenue. if at least three-fourths of norman homeowners agree, the city — home to the university of oklahoma — would be among several cities nationwide renaming monuments and streets named after prominent kkk members.“i’m not trying to hide from our past . but we don’t have to honor that past with street names,” clark, who works at the university, told the oklahoman newspaper (http://bit.ly/2nx2tgv ).the block-long street honors edwin debarr, one of the university’s first professors and founder of its






oklahoma councilwoman: rename street honoring ex-kkk member


norman, okla. — a city councilwoman is asking homeowners in an oklahoma college town to rename a street honoring a prominent former university professor and ku klux klan member.norman councilwoman breea clark has posted an online petition asking residents to help change the name of debarr avenue. if at least three-fourths of norman homeowners agree, the city — home to the university of oklahoma — would be among several cities nationwide renaming monuments and streets named after prominent kkk members."i'm not trying to hide from our past . but we don't have to honor that past with street names," clark, who works at the university, told the oklahoman newspaper (http://bit.ly/2nx2tgv ).the block-long street honors edwin debarr, one of the university's first professors and founder of its chem






oklahoma councilwoman: rename street honoring ex-kkk member


norman, okla. — a city councilwoman is asking homeowners in an oklahoma college town to rename a street honoring a prominent former university professor and ku klux klan member.norman councilwoman breea clark has posted an online petition asking residents to help change the name of debarr avenue. if at least three-fourths of norman homeowners agree, the city — home to the university of oklahoma — would be among several cities nationwide renaming monuments and streets named after prominent kkk members."i'm not trying to hide from our past . but we don't have to honor that past with street names," clark, who works at the university, told the oklahoman newspaper (http://bit.ly/2nx2tgv ).the block-long street honors edwin debarr, one of the university's first professors and founder of its chem






review: newlywed sleuths can’t get a break in ‘busman’s honeymoon’


taproot theatre brings back lord peter wimsey — now married to harriet vane — in dorothy l. sayers’ final wimsey story.one thing british mystery-lovers ought to know about fictional sleuths: wherever they go, murder follows.so why would the amateur investigator lord peter wimsey and his mystery author bride harriet vane assume their country honeymoon in hertfordshire would be carefree, and corpse-free?of course it’s not, in “busman’s honeymoon” by dorothy l. sayers, the final novel in her wimsey series and the fourth to feature vane. sayers introduced her story in a 1936 play; the book version came out the next year. taproot theatre has dusted off the fairly creaky script in a revival staged by scott nolte, with terry edward moore as the dapper, eccentric aristocrat lord peter. (moore also






david letterman eulogizes mother, dorothy mengering


david letterman has eulogized his mother, dorothy mengering, as a woman tough enough to kill a snake and whose television appearances became a popular fixture on his late night television show. the comedian told family and friends at a memorial service saturday his mother once decapitated a snake with a hoe, to which he quipped, "my mother is grizzly adams, for god's sake."the indianapolis star reports dozens of mourners gathered for the service at second presbyterian church on the city's north side. mengering, who was 95, died at her carmel home on tuesday. she became an unlikely celebrity in her 70s, baking mystery pies and covering the winter olympics for her son's "late show" on cbs. letterman says executives once told him, "people like her better than you." check out the latest movie






u.s. judge bars deportations under president trump travel ban


trump travel ban protestsgenna martin / seattlepi.comseattle city councilwoman and socialist activist kshama sawant raises a fist over the crowd as more than 1,000 people gather at seattle-tacoma international airport to protest president trump's order that restricts immigration to the u.s. on jan. 28, 2017, in seattle. seattle city councilwoman and socialist activist kshama sawant raises a fist over the crowd as more than 1,000 people gather at seattle-tacoma international airport to protest president trump's order that restricts immigration to the u.s. on jan. 28, 2017, in seattle. (genna martin / seattlepi.com)






david letterman's mom was america's mom, a celebrity in her own right


from her indiana kitchen, she became arguably the most beloved mother of late-night television — the expert pie-maker with the trademark apron, warm smile and gentle demeanor that charmed americans each time she came on the screen with her signature greeting, “hi, david!”dorothy mengering wasn’t just comedian david letterman’s mom. she was everyone’s mom.mengering, popularly known as “dave’s mom,” died tuesday at her home in carmel, ind. she was 95. letterman’s publicist, tom keaney, confirmed her death, which took place a day before letterman’s 70th birthday.through her occasional appearances on letterman’s shows, mengering became a celebrity in her own right. it began with a few phone calls, usually around thanksgiving, when mengering would talk to her son — and his viewers — via satelli