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  • Nancy Willits SattlerSeptember 12, 1924 - October 26, 2014

    Nancy Willits Sattler<br/>September 12, 1924 - October 26, 2014
    Our dear matriarch, Nancy Willits Sattler, died of heart failure early Sunday morning, the 26th of October, after a blessedly brief illness.  She was born on September 12, 1924 in Corona, California to Robert and Shirley Willits, who founded the Corona Foothill Lemon Company.  Nancy was a warm and gracious lady who lightened all the lives she touched.  She was dearly loved by her children and revered by her grandchildren, all of whom are better people for the extraordinary experience of receiving her love and guidance. 
  • South Coast Plaza's 96-foot tree heralds Christmas season

    South Coast Plaza's 96-foot tree heralds Christmas season
    It's not Halloween yet, much less Christmas, but on Tuesday morning Stan Taeger — dressed in a suit and a red Christmas-tree-patterned tie — was ready for the arrival of South Coast Plaza's holiday tree. For 33 years, Taeger, South Coast...

    Christmas arrives at Roger's Gardens boutique

    Christmas arrives at Roger's Gardens boutique
    Santa may be still be at the North Pole, but it's Christmastime at Roger's Gardens. The Corona del Mar garden store held a private preview Wednesday of its Christmas boutique, "The Golden Glow of Christmas," in preparation for its public opening Friday....

    Tickets the work of a grinch, recipient says

    On Balboa Island, narrow streets and houses built side by side can create parking challenges even before holiday visitors descend. But street sweeping, and the parking enforcement that comes with it, continued largely uninterrupted throughout the...

    Apodaca: On the side of the floppers

    Thanksgiving is increasingly becoming a holiday divided into two camps: shoppers vs. floppers. I'm a flopper. After a week of muscular produce buying, and three days of virtually nonstop cooking culminating in 20 minutes of power eating, I can't wait to...