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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1991
Steve Harrington, president of the Los Angeles Board of Public Works and previously a leader in the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, died Monday night at his home in the Mar Vista area. He was 64, said Jackie David, a board spokeswoman, who added that Harrington apparently suffered a stroke. Harrington began as an apprentice electrician in 1942, fought as a sailor in the Pacific during World War II and was elected president of the IBEW local in 1976, serving until 1987.
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September 8, 2005
Since not everyone in America can go down to New Orleans to help, the rest of us should not shut up about the incompetence and corruption of the Bush administration, as Max Boot suggests (Opinion, Sept. 7). Considering that the CIA failed to expose the 9/11 plot, the Pentagon failed to plan for postwar Iraq, NASA failed to keep the shuttle from dropping parts on liftoff, and FEMA sat on its hands while people died in flooded attics in New Orleans, it is imperative that we ask why the federal government is so incompetent.
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SPORTS
April 11, 1998
'After a win like this, I'm going out and buying a lottery ticket.': Chaminade High softball Coach Steve Harrington, after his team upset eight-time defending Mission League champion Alemany on Wednesday.
OPINION
June 13, 2005
Re "Conspiracy Charges May Stalk Paparazzi," June 10: I would imagine that the paparazzi would go away if the celebrities got together and hired their own team of aggressive photographers to assault the editors and publishers who buy the photographs. Steve Harrington Cardiff by the Sea
OPINION
June 13, 2005
Re "Conspiracy Charges May Stalk Paparazzi," June 10: I would imagine that the paparazzi would go away if the celebrities got together and hired their own team of aggressive photographers to assault the editors and publishers who buy the photographs. Steve Harrington Cardiff by the Sea
OPINION
September 8, 2005
Since not everyone in America can go down to New Orleans to help, the rest of us should not shut up about the incompetence and corruption of the Bush administration, as Max Boot suggests (Opinion, Sept. 7). Considering that the CIA failed to expose the 9/11 plot, the Pentagon failed to plan for postwar Iraq, NASA failed to keep the shuttle from dropping parts on liftoff, and FEMA sat on its hands while people died in flooded attics in New Orleans, it is imperative that we ask why the federal government is so incompetent.
SPORTS
September 1, 2000
Steve Harrington resigned Wednesday as softball coach and teacher at Chaminade High for personal reasons, he said. Harrington, whose teams were 124-56-2 in six seasons at Chaminade, said he has no immediate plans to pursue another coaching or teaching position. Chaminade reached the Southern Section Division IV final in each of the last two seasons, winning the title in 1999. BASKETBALL * Leon Usher of Canoga Park said Thursday he is transferring to Sylmar.
SPORTS
January 17, 1995 | DAVE DESMOND
Steve Harrington has been named girls' softball coach at Chaminade High. He replaces Tom Fewless, who coached the Eagles last season after serving five seasons as the school's junior varsity coach.
SPORTS
December 4, 2001 | Ben Bolch
Matt Cantu, a former Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley High defensive lineman, has committed to San Jose State, his father Bob said. Cantu attended Saddleback College on a part-time basis this fall. * Ashley Van Boxmeer, a utility softball infielder at Orange El Modena High, has committed to New Mexico, Vanguard Coach Steve Harrington said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1990
The Los Angeles Board of Public Works elected Commissioner Steve Harrington on Friday as its new president, replacing Ed Avila, who resigned to become deputy mayor. Harrington, a 37-year veteran of the U.S. Navy who was appointed by Mayor Tom Bradley to the board in 1984, said he hoped to be able to follow in Avila's footsteps and continue the departing president's "outstanding job."
SPORTS
September 1, 2000
Steve Harrington resigned Wednesday as softball coach and teacher at Chaminade High for personal reasons, he said. Harrington, whose teams were 124-56-2 in six seasons at Chaminade, said he has no immediate plans to pursue another coaching or teaching position. Chaminade reached the Southern Section Division IV final in each of the last two seasons, winning the title in 1999. BASKETBALL * Leon Usher of Canoga Park said Thursday he is transferring to Sylmar.
SPORTS
April 11, 1998
'After a win like this, I'm going out and buying a lottery ticket.': Chaminade High softball Coach Steve Harrington, after his team upset eight-time defending Mission League champion Alemany on Wednesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1991
Steve Harrington, president of the Los Angeles Board of Public Works and previously a leader in the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, died Monday night at his home in the Mar Vista area. He was 64, said Jackie David, a board spokeswoman, who added that Harrington apparently suffered a stroke. Harrington began as an apprentice electrician in 1942, fought as a sailor in the Pacific during World War II and was elected president of the IBEW local in 1976, serving until 1987.
SPORTS
May 6, 1999 | MITCH POLIN
As leadoff batter for Chaminade High, second baseman Lindsey Weinstein already has established her aggressiveness. But the sophomore was at her scrappy best in the Eagles' 7-0 victory over Harvard-Westlake in a key Mission League game on Wednesday at Valley College. The Eagles, ranked No. 3 in the region by The Times, improved to 14-6-1, 6-0 in league. Harvard-Westlake is 11-11, 5-2. With five hits in five at-bats, Weinstein even caught herself by surprise. "I'm completely shocked," she said.
SPORTS
November 17, 2000
The Golden West men's and women's water polo teams are top-seeded in the state championships, which begin today at Mt. San Antonio College. The Rustler women (33-1), looking for their fourth consecutive state title, have not lost to a community college team this season. Their lone loss came against USC. They open the state tournament against Foothill at 8 a.m. The men's team (30-2) won nine consecutive state titles between 1989 and '97, but finished second in 1998 and third in '99.
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