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The Martinsburg Journal
Floyd T. SpechtRedskins fan. Surviving are Tom's long-time companion, Suzy English, of Walker
Floyd T. Specht
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Redskins fan. Surviving are Tom's long-time companion, Suzy English, of Walkersville; son, Des Specht and wife Debbe, of Lutherville, Maryland; daughter, Cara McDaniel, of East Norriton, Pennsylvania; sisters, Saundra Moreland, of Shepherdstown... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
The Maryland State Fair revives the Grand Parade, a treasured tradition from its pastwith 6 million members, including 76,178 in Maryland. In Baltimore County, 24 4
The Maryland State Fair revives the Grand Parade, a treasured tradition from its past
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
with 6 million members, including 76,178 in Maryland. In Baltimore County, 24 4-H clubs boast 2,453 members. Former Lutherville resident Joyce Sheats remembers helping her daughter, Valerie, make a parade float for the Dulaney Valley 4-H... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Margaret D. 'Mustang Margie' Pearce, longtime Harford County activist, diesI've ever met," said Martha "Boo" Chrismer, executive director of the Sharon An
Margaret D. 'Mustang Margie' Pearce, longtime Harford County activist, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
I've ever met," said Martha "Boo" Chrismer, executive director of the Sharon Ann Grose Educational Group Inc., based in Lutherville. The daughter of Charles Edward Pfister, a B&O Railroad car inspector, and Mildred Virginia Mister Pfister, a... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Air conditioning remains a hot issue for Baltimore County schoolsin five ZIP codes where school buildings are currently without air conditioning
Air conditioning remains a hot issue for Baltimore County schools
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
in five ZIP codes where school buildings are currently without air conditioning: : Dundalk 21222, Carney/Parkville 21234, Lutherville-Timonium 21093 and Catonsville 21228. Lily Rowe is a parent of students in Baltimore County schools who formed... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Robert W. Gifford, Baltimore County math and science teacher, diesexchange programs. Dr. Gifford was a longtime communicant of Nativity of Our L
Robert W. Gifford, Baltimore County math and science teacher, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
exchange programs. Dr. Gifford was a longtime communicant of Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ Roman Catholic Church in Lutherville and served on its parish council. He had been a chairman of the education committee and was president of the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Honey for charity: Roland Park beekeepers harvest 1,200 jars from local hivesbees is they exist for the colony, and the colony alone," Voluse said. In a co
Honey for charity: Roland Park beekeepers harvest 1,200 jars from local hives
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
bees is they exist for the colony, and the colony alone," Voluse said. In a corner of the garage, Debbie Dwyer, 49, of Lutherville, and Rachel Beck, 39, of Roland Park, carefully filled jars from large vats with the finished product. Dwyer... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
James M. Panopoulos, administrator and WWII veteran, dieswhere he had been deployed, and to the cemeteries. Mrs. Panopoulos died in 200
James M. Panopoulos, administrator and WWII veteran, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
where he had been deployed, and to the cemeteries. Mrs. Panopoulos died in 2009. A railroad fan, the longtime Lutherville resident was also a devotee of music. His taste, family members said, ranged from the Beatles to Hollywood movie... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Back to school: Fashionable color for the classroomdress. Either way makes an impact. Find the Junk Food Star Wars tee for $36, H
Back to school: Fashionable color for the classroom
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
dress. Either way makes an impact. Find the Junk Food Star Wars tee for $36, Hudson light wash skinny jeans for $48 and Pink Chicken prism dress for $68, all from Wee Chic, 2360 W. Joppa Road in Lutherville. Call 410-878-7400 or go to weechi... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
City Cafe owners to take over Tark's GrillAfter more than eight years, the ownership at Tark’s Grill in Lutherville will
City Cafe owners to take over Tark's Grill
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
After more than eight years, the ownership at Tark’s Grill in Lutherville will change hands this fall. Starting Oct. 1, the team behind Mount Vernon’s City Café will take over the space, City Café co-owner Gino Cardinale said Friday. Cardinale said... Read more
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Business Wire
Breakout Games Opens New Escape Room Location in Baltimoreco-workers follow clues and solve puzzles to escape a room before time runs out
Breakout Games Opens New Escape Room Location in Baltimore
Business Wire / Posted 16 days ago
co-workers follow clues and solve puzzles to escape a room before time runs out. The Baltimore location is opening in the Lutherville-Timonium area, a few minutes north of Towson. It is one mile south of the Maryland Fairgrounds on York Road.... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Baltimore County Schools approves new heat-related policyto move students to cooler rooms. The policy goes into effect Aug. 23 in five
Baltimore County Schools approves new heat-related policy
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 17 days ago
to move students to cooler rooms. The policy goes into effect Aug. 23 in five ZIP codes where school buildings are currently without air conditioning: : Dundalk 21222, Carney/Parkville 21234, Lutherville-Timonium 21093 and Catons... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
ACTC to provide school supplies to low-income familiesa chance to obtain school supplies free of charge from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 20
ACTC to provide school supplies to low-income families
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
a chance to obtain school supplies free of charge from 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 20 at Valley Baptist Church, 1401 York Road, in Lutherville. Last year, 76 students came to the event to pick up donated supplies in an experience that is similar to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Helen Delich Bentley: tough, but compassionateat least three newspapers — usually The Sun, The Washington Post and The Wall S
Helen Delich Bentley: tough, but compassionate
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 days ago
at least three newspapers — usually The Sun, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. We would leave her house in Lutherville before 8 a.m. and rarely get back until 10 p.m. or later, after a full day of constituent meetings, committee... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Nearing retirement, Towson couple launch 'encore career' with snowball standdepartment has classified 40 businesses that currently operate in the county as
Nearing retirement, Towson couple launch 'encore career' with snowball stand
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
department has classified 40 businesses that currently operate in the county as snowball stands, including one in Lutherville-Timonium, and five in Parkville. The Ziles say they hope to make their stand stick out through customer... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Restaurant week starts Aug. 5 in Towson and around the countyweekends in the summer, offering up their deals to hungry customers. Brendan M
Restaurant week starts Aug. 5 in Towson and around the county
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
weekends in the summer, offering up their deals to hungry customers. Brendan McKinney, executive chef at Tark's Grill, in Lutherville, said he is excited about the week because it has allowed him to try out new dishes. "It's a phenomenal... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Young swimmers keyed to watch Phelps, other Olympic heroes, competeroot for that country sometimes, too, Hayley added. While waiting out the rain
Young swimmers keyed to watch Phelps, other Olympic heroes, compete
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
root for that country sometimes, too, Hayley added. While waiting out the rain at the July 28 practice, Joan Drachman, of Lutherville, said her 14-year-old son, Eli, also has drawn inspiration from the Olympics. "He insisted on getting red white... Read more
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The Morning Call
1 dead, others missing in Ellicott City after historic floodin force, rescuing stranded drivers and residents with assistance from the Syke
1 dead, others missing in Ellicott City after historic flood
The Morning Call / Posted 27 days ago
in force, rescuing stranded drivers and residents with assistance from the Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department and Lutherville Volunteer Fire Department. At 11:59 p.m., county executive Alan Kittleman declared a state of emergency for... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Flash flood: State of emergency in Ellicott City, damage along Jones Fallsin force, rescuing stranded drivers and residents with assistance from the Syke
Flash flood: State of emergency in Ellicott City, damage along Jones Falls
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 27 days ago
in force, rescuing stranded drivers and residents with assistance from the Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department and Lutherville Volunteer Fire Department. At 11:59 p.m., county executive Alan Kittleman declared a state of emergency for... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Margaret P. Armstrong, longtime city educator, diesN. Charles St., at 11 a.m. Friday. In addition to her daughter-in-law, she is
Margaret P. Armstrong, longtime city educator, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
N. Charles St., at 11 a.m. Friday. In addition to her daughter-in-law, she is survived by a son, Roderick Armstrong of Lutherville; her sister, Frances Ashby of Towson; two grandsons; and a great-grandson. She was preceded in death by two sons:... Read more

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