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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Child Abuse Center to lead online safety classes for tweens, parents at Wee ChicLutherville children’s clothing store Wee Chic Boutique will team up with Balti
Baltimore Child Abuse Center to lead online safety classes for tweens, parents at Wee Chic
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
Lutherville children’s clothing store Wee Chic Boutique will team up with Baltimore Child Abuse Center this month to host “Tweens and Technology,” a three-part speaker series at the shop, educating parents and “tweens,” or early-age teenagers, on... Read more
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The Daily Record
Mullan finishes Smith Avenue Royal FarmsMullan Contracting Co. completed construction of the new Smith Avenue Royal Far
Mullan finishes Smith Avenue Royal Farms
The Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Mullan Contracting Co. completed construction of the new Smith Avenue Royal Farms store in Baltimore County. The building, at 2330 Smith Ave., provides the store with 3,100 square feet of space and meets energy efficient LEED standards.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
For Morgan State University Choir, a worldwide voiceUnder the leadership of director Eric Conway, the Morgan State University Choir
For Morgan State University Choir, a worldwide voice
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Under the leadership of director Eric Conway, the Morgan State University Choir has reached many milestones, from performing at Carnegie Hall to singing "Happy Birthday" to Nelson Mandela in South Africa. But the highlight of Conway's career came... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
For Morgan State University Choir, a worldwide voiceUnder the leadership of director Eric Conway, the Morgan State University Choir
For Morgan State University Choir, a worldwide voice
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Under the leadership of director Eric Conway, the Morgan State University Choir has reached many milestones, from performing at Carnegie Hall to singing "Happy Birthday" to Nelson Mandela in South Africa. But the highlight of Conway's career came... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Charles 'Chick' Vogel, electric supply executive, diesCharles "Chick" Vogel III, CEO of Shepherd Electric Supply, a family-owned busi
Charles 'Chick' Vogel, electric supply executive, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Charles "Chick" Vogel III, CEO of Shepherd Electric Supply, a family-owned business, died Jan. 22 of pancreatic cancer at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 84. The son of Charles C. Vogel Jr., owner of Shepherd Electric... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Anniversary brings back first-hand memories of Challenger explosionDuring major events in history, "everybody remembers where they were," says Lut
Anniversary brings back first-hand memories of Challenger explosion
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
During major events in history, "everybody remembers where they were," says Lutherville resident George Shaneybrook, 83. For example, when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, Shaneybrook was listening to the news in his car... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Towson area residents hunker down to dig themselves and neighbors out after blizzardThirty four neighbors in West Towson each placed $1 bets Friday night on how mu
Towson area residents hunker down to dig themselves and neighbors out after blizzard
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
Thirty four neighbors in West Towson each placed $1 bets Friday night on how much snow would fall at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. "The winner bet 29.3 inches, only one-tenth from the official number," resident and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Religious leaders help the faithful weather the stormWhile Saturday's heavy snowfall meant extra work for those keeping Baltimore ar
Religious leaders help the faithful weather the storm
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
While Saturday's heavy snowfall meant extra work for those keeping Baltimore area walkways and roads clear, some in the community were warned to be careful about such work — for religious reasons. Observant Orthodox Jews face numerous restrictions... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Elizabeth R. Evans, longtime Baltimore County educator, diesElizabeth R. Evans, a former Baltimore County public school educator, died of c
Elizabeth R. Evans, longtime Baltimore County educator, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 days ago
Elizabeth R. Evans, a former Baltimore County public school educator, died of colon cancer Tuesday at her Ruxton home. She was 77. The daughter of Henry Schilpp, a chief of the state water commission, and Anita Schilpp, a homemaker, Elizabeth... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Joy R. Shinnick, furniture sales representativeJoy R. Shinnick, a former furniture sales representative and decorator, died Ja
Joy R. Shinnick, furniture sales representative
Baltimore Sun / Posted 14 days ago
Joy R. Shinnick, a former furniture sales representative and decorator, died Jan. 14 at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson of complications from dementia. She was 92. The daughter of Albert Graham, a machinist, and Willa Reed, a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Catherine Pugh raises more money than Sheila Dixon in Baltimore mayor's race"Absolutely, I think we're within striking distance," Pugh said as campaign fin
Catherine Pugh raises more money than Sheila Dixon in Baltimore mayor's race
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
"Absolutely, I think we're within striking distance," Pugh said as campaign finance reports were filed Wednesday. "Our message is resonating: The city needs someone with honesty, integrity and experience. I know we can win this race." With three... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Buzz kill: Advocates seek to reverse trend in honeybee deathsHowever, some state officials don't agree with that scenario. In testifying aga
Buzz kill: Advocates seek to reverse trend in honeybee deaths
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
However, some state officials don't agree with that scenario. In testifying against last year's bill, officials of the Maryland Department of Agriculture stated that "to date, it has not documented any cases of neonicotinoid insecticides negatively... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Divine fans want to build a monument to late actorHere's proof that Baltimore isn't called The Monumental City for nothing. A gr
Divine fans want to build a monument to late actor
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 days ago
Here's proof that Baltimore isn't called The Monumental City for nothing. A group of Divine fans are looking to put a monument to the late actor, drag queen, singer and counterculture figure near the Tyson Street site where his most notorious movie... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Circulator skepticismBaltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz probably didn't make a lot of friends
Circulator skepticism
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz probably didn't make a lot of friends in either Towson's cash register-operating or Birkenstock sandal-wearing crowds when he publicly expressed concerns this week that he doesn't see any great need to create... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Larry Becker, surgeon who was one of Barry Levinson's 'diner guys,' diesDr. Larry Becker, a well-known Baltimore orthopedic surgeon who was one of the
Dr. Larry Becker, surgeon who was one of Barry Levinson's 'diner guys,' dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
Dr. Larry Becker, a well-known Baltimore orthopedic surgeon who was one of the "diner guys" made famous by Barry Levinson's 1982 film "Diner," died Friday at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Fla., after being injured in an automobile... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Owner plans small shopping strip on site of Watson's Garden CenterThe owner of Watson's Garden Center, which is closing this month after 60 years
Owner plans small shopping strip on site of Watson's Garden Center
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
The owner of Watson's Garden Center, which is closing this month after 60 years, plans to build a small strip shopping center on the Lutherville nursery's York Road site. Owner Henry Marconi is seeking approval to construct a 16,000-square-foot... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Watson's Garden Center is closing after 60 yearsWatson's Garden Center, a fixture in Lutherville for nearly all of its six deca
Watson's Garden Center is closing after 60 years
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
Watson's Garden Center, a fixture in Lutherville for nearly all of its six decades in business, will close its doors this month. The family-owned retailer, known for a Christmas shop that at one time featured live reindeer, kicked off a liquidation... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Michael's Cafe basks in Winter Restaurant Week limelightBaltimore County's Winter Restaurant Week is a big week for the 32-year-old Mic
Michael's Cafe basks in Winter Restaurant Week limelight
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
Baltimore County's Winter Restaurant Week is a big week for the 32-year-old Michael's Cafe, in Timonium. The family-owned, recently renovated restaurant, raw bar and grill, started by Michael Dellis in 1984, was honored Monday by Maryland... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore County considers fines for 'unruly social gatherings' in TowsonTowson residents who have long complained about college parties with blaring mu
Baltimore County considers fines for 'unruly social gatherings' in Towson
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
Towson residents who have long complained about college parties with blaring music and revelers urinating in bushes and vomiting on sidewalks are heralding a new proposal to levy fines against those who host raucous parties — and, more... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Midcentury modern furnishings give home decor a retro revivalDark leather, clean lines and masculine undertones — these characteristic midce
Midcentury modern furnishings give home decor a retro revival
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
Dark leather, clean lines and masculine undertones — these characteristic midcentury modern elements might conjure up images of your parents’ or grandparents’ homes in the ’50s and ’60s, when the style rose to popularity. But now, thanks to pop... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Rita Davidson, ice skater and retired car dealership official, diesRita Gross Davidson, a retired executive of a local Ford auto dealership, died
Rita Davidson, ice skater and retired car dealership official, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
Rita Gross Davidson, a retired executive of a local Ford auto dealership, died of a respiratory condition Tuesday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Lutherville resident was 86. Born Rita Gross in Baltimore, she was the daughter of William H. Gross, a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Marilyn E. Smoot, former secretary and longtime Lutherville resident, diesMarilyn E. Smoot, a former secretary who later worked as a party planner, died
Marilyn E. Smoot, former secretary and longtime Lutherville resident, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
Marilyn E. Smoot, a former secretary who later worked as a party planner, died Nov. 22 of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. The former Lutherville resident was 86. The daughter of H. B. McDaniel, a farmer, and Edna Duncan, a homemaker, Marilyn... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
When irrational fear grows upWhen I was five, I was convinced a monster lived under my bed. It didn't matter
When irrational fear grows up
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
When I was five, I was convinced a monster lived under my bed. It didn't matter that I had examined the space between my mattress and floor a dozen times. It didn't matter that there was not a shred of evidence to support my conviction. As soon as... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Deborah Davis, longtime WYPR employee, dies at 61Deborah Davis, a longtime employee of WYPR public radio station with a passion
Deborah Davis, longtime WYPR employee, dies at 61
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
Deborah Davis, a longtime employee of WYPR public radio station with a passion for theatre, music and equality, died on Dec. 23 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson after battling cancer. She was 61. Ms. Davis was born in Baltimore and grew up in... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Henry F. Snyder, Western Electric plant manager, diesHenry F. "Hank" Snyder, the former plant manager of the old Point Breeze plant
Henry F. Snyder, Western Electric plant manager, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
Henry F. "Hank" Snyder, the former plant manager of the old Point Breeze plant of the Western Electric Company who advocated job training and education, died of pneumonia Monday at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. The former Lutherville... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
22nd Annual Penguin Swim in Ocean CityOCEAN CITY, Md. - For the 22nd straight year, hundreds in Ocean City, some in b
22nd Annual Penguin Swim in Ocean City
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 1 months ago
OCEAN CITY, Md. - For the 22nd straight year, hundreds in Ocean City, some in bathing suits, other in Halloween costumes, took a plunge into the Atlantic Ocean on New Years Day all in the name of a good cause. The Annual Penguin Swim was held Friday... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Poe-themed ball a way to say 'Nevermore' to 2015At the end of the bleak December, about 1,500 partygoers will enjoy a rapping a
Poe-themed ball a way to say 'Nevermore' to 2015
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
At the end of the bleak December, about 1,500 partygoers will enjoy a rapping and a tapping within the chamber doors of the Radisson North Baltimore Hotel as they say "Nevermore" to 2015 at the Edgar Allan Poe-themed New Year's Eve Countdown. The... Read more

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