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Baltimore Sun
Harvey D. Gold, certified public accountant, diesHarvey D. Gold, a former IRS agent who later became a tax and business valuatio
Harvey D. Gold, certified public accountant, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Harvey D. Gold, a former IRS agent who later became a tax and business valuation consultant, died Jan. 30 at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif., of a brain hemorrhage. He was 88. The son of Louis Gold, who managed a women's shoe... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
UMBC Junior Introduces President Obama Before Historic SpeechBALTIMORE (WJZ) — Imagine having the honor of introducing the President of the
UMBC Junior Introduces President Obama Before Historic Speech
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Imagine having the honor of introducing the President of the United States before a history making speech. Mary Bubala reports on one local student who got to do just that. UMBC junior Sabah Muktar showed plenty of poise... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Charles 'Charlie' Oberman, longtime usher at Baltimore sports venues, dies"I have a love of the arena, and Charlie certainly had that. He epitomized that
Charles 'Charlie' Oberman, longtime usher at Baltimore sports venues, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
"I have a love of the arena, and Charlie certainly had that. He epitomized that," said Frank W. Remesch, general manager of Royal Farms Arena, who began working events at the venue with Mr. Oberman in 1988. "He was the constant salesman of this... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Edward Attman, founder of paper company, dies at 95Edward Attman, a founder of the Acme Paper & Supply Co., which began in a rente
Edward Attman, founder of paper company, dies at 95
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Edward Attman, a founder of the Acme Paper & Supply Co., which began in a rented garage and grew to become one of the nation's largest suppliers of paper products, died Tuesday of natural causes at Sinai Hospital, family members said. The longtime... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
George E. Lee Sr., bartender recalled for his secret Southside cocktail recipe, diesGeorge E. Lee Sr., a retired country club bartender who created his own version
George E. Lee Sr., bartender recalled for his secret Southside cocktail recipe, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
George E. Lee Sr., a retired country club bartender who created his own version of the Southside cocktail mix, died of Jan. 25 of complications from dementia at Envoy Health and Rehabilitation in Pikesville. The Woodlawn resident was 96. Born in the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Boy, 13, charged in Pikesville tire slashingsBaltimore County police said Friday they are investigating a shooting that occu
Boy, 13, charged in Pikesville tire slashings
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Baltimore County police said Friday they are investigating a shooting that occurred inside a Pikesville hotel room earlier this week. Officers were called at 2 p.m. Wednesday to an area hospital where a man was being treated for a gunshot wound.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Police seek teen in 41 tire slashings in PikesvilleBaltimore County police are looking for a teenager who they suspect slashed at
Police seek teen in 41 tire slashings in Pikesville
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 days ago
Baltimore County police are looking for a teenager who they suspect slashed at least 41 vehicles' tires in a Pikesville apartment complex last week. The unidentified boy, between the ages of 13 and 16, was seen on surveillance video in the parking... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Challenges remain for services and deliveries after record winter stormThe snow along the streets of Bolton Hill on Sunday was hip-deep. Few cars eve
Challenges remain for services and deliveries after record winter storm
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
The snow along the streets of Bolton Hill on Sunday was hip-deep. Few cars even tried to ply the single, narrow lane that city plows had opened. Residents cooped up since Friday were just beginning to emerge. But at Park Cafe & Coffee Shop on... 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 17 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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KIVI Boise
Copy of PHOTO: Blizzard 2016Boots, the mini doberman pincher having fun in Maryland. Photo from ABC2 viewer
Copy of PHOTO: Blizzard 2016
KIVI Boise / Posted 17 days ago
Boots, the mini doberman pincher having fun in Maryland. Photo from ABC2 viewer George in Halethorpe, Md. Boots, the mini doberman pincher having fun in Maryland. Photo from ABC2 viewer George in Halethorpe, Md. Chada and Wink enjoy their first... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Patricia E. Jeffers, local business owner, diesPatricia E. Jeffers, a former purchasing agent who founded Creative Touches, a
Patricia E. Jeffers, local business owner, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 days ago
Patricia E. Jeffers, a former purchasing agent who founded Creative Touches, a company that produced custom-made window treatments, died Jan. 13 of heart failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She was 63 and lived in Woodlawn. The... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
New bar Boiler Room brings arcade games, specialty shots to Federal HillBoiler Room, a new bar focused on shot-and-beer combinations in an arcade-like
New bar Boiler Room brings arcade games, specialty shots to Federal Hill
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 days ago
Boiler Room, a new bar focused on shot-and-beer combinations in an arcade-like setting, is now open in Federal Hill. Located in the former Corfu space (27 E. Cross St.), the bar is the second operation from the team behind another Federal Hill... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Fitch, Hubbard bowlers win MLK eventCanfield’s Letscher was tops with 501 The Fitch High School boys bowling team
Fitch, Hubbard bowlers win MLK event
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 21 days ago
Canfield’s Letscher was tops with 501 The Fitch High School boys bowling team was hoping Monday’s 13th annual Martin Luther King Bowling Invitational would be good preparation for sectional play. It was. The Falcons excelled, easily outdistancing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Wedded: Andrea Gensler and Rudy Wagoner met while teaching at Patterson High SchoolHer story: Andrea Gensler, 29, was born and raised in Baltimore. She works at t
Wedded: Andrea Gensler and Rudy Wagoner met while teaching at Patterson High School
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
Her story: Andrea Gensler, 29, was born and raised in Baltimore. She works at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in Washington. Her parents, Norlene and Kenny Gensler, live in Pikesville. His story: Rudy Wagoner, 32, was born and raised in the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Ravens player Brandon Williams, fiancee find winning space in PikesvilleAs a newly drafted rookie in the summer of 2013, Williams was too busy learning
Ravens player Brandon Williams, fiancee find winning space in Pikesville
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
As a newly drafted rookie in the summer of 2013, Williams was too busy learning plays and practicing to spend a lot of time searching for a house. When he heard then-teammate Ray Rice telling other players he was selling a townhouse in Pikesville,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Marvin Ellin, attorney dubbed 'maestro of malpractice torts,' diesMarvin Ellin, a retired Baltimore attorney once described as the "maestro of me
Marvin Ellin, attorney dubbed 'maestro of malpractice torts,' dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
Marvin Ellin, a retired Baltimore attorney once described as the "maestro of medical malpractice torts," died of a respiratory ailment Jan. 8 at Greenfield Senior Living in Cockeysville. The former Glyndon resident was 92. "Marvin was the dean of... Read more
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ESPN
Q&A: Trying to make sense of NFL's L.A. storyFranchise relocations in sports are always emotionally overheated affairs. The
Q&A: Trying to make sense of NFL's L.A. story
ESPN / Posted 26 days ago
Franchise relocations in sports are always emotionally overheated affairs. The victorious city celebrates while another city's scalded fans scream. Yet even by that rough standard, Tuesday's decision by NFL owners to approve the St. Louis Rams'... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Woman charged in Catonsville murderBaltimore County Police announced Thursday that they have charged a Pikesville
Woman charged in Catonsville murder
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
Baltimore County Police announced Thursday that they have charged a Pikesville woman with killing a Woodlawn man last week. Tatiana Chanell Bowie, 21, of the 7900 block of Crisford Place in Pikesville, has been charged with first-degree murder and a... 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 27 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
Columbia-based Hungry Harvest gets $100,000 investment on 'Shark Tank'Hungry Harvest CEO Evan Lutz appeared on ABC reality show "Shark Tank" Friday n
Columbia-based Hungry Harvest gets $100,000 investment on 'Shark Tank'
Baltimore Sun / Posted a month ago
Hungry Harvest CEO Evan Lutz appeared on ABC reality show "Shark Tank" Friday night and got quite the bite. Lutz received a $100,000 offer from celebrity investor and business owner Robert Herjavec for a 10 percent stake in his company — double what... Read more

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