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  • Rosemary E. Allulis, lawyer

    Rosemary E. Allulis, lawyer
    Rosemary E. Allulis, a lawyer and world traveler who was also a photographer and musician, died Tuesday of liver cancer at her Villa Cresta home. She was 52. "She was a genius. She had a fast mind and was such a good writer," said Sidney Friedman, a...
  • Area educators honored by Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce

    Twenty-two outstanding educators from area schools were honored at a dinner Jan. 10 by the Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce, which honors teachers as part of their annual awards and installation dinner,. Superintendent of Baltimore County Public...
  • Robert W. Cos, crane safety consultant

    Robert W. Cos, crane safety consultant
    Robert W. Cos, a crane equipment safety consultant who raised awareness in the 1980s of the unsafe car practice called "clipping," died Sunday of pancreatic cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Canton resident was 65. Robert William Cos, whose...
  • County library at Owings Mills' Metro Centre slated to open March 21

    County library at Owings Mills' Metro Centre slated to open March 21
    The new Owings Mills branch of the Baltimore County Public Library will officially open to the public on March 21. The branch is housed in a 54,333-square-foot space at the County Campus Metro Centre at Owings Mills, 10302 Grand Central Avenue, Owings...
  • Baltimore County's long-planned Metro Centre showing signs of life

    Baltimore County's long-planned Metro Centre showing signs of life
    The long-planned Metro Centre in Owings Mills is set to finally stir to life this week with the opening of Baltimore County's largest library. Officials envision the library branch, to open in a building called the County Campus next to the Owings Mills...
  • Twentey equals $10,000, as Parkville teacher nets Outstanding Young Educator Award

    Twentey equals $10,000, as Parkville teacher nets Outstanding Young Educator Award
    Ryan Twentey, an advance placement photography teacher at Parkville High School and a resident of Bel Air, won $10,000 this week as one of two national honorees of the ASCD 2013 Outstanding Young Educator Award. The award was announced Sunday at the...
  • Battle Monument and its architect inspire Essex student

    Battle Monument and its architect inspire Essex student
    Chloe A. Gudmundsson is a senior at Eastern Technical High School in Essex, and at the suggestion of her English teacher, she decided to research a paper on Maximilian Godefroy, the quirky architect who designed Baltimore's Battle Monument to...
  • The deficit control policy Democrats and Republicans can love

    When it comes to fixing America's ballooning debt problem, there is one policy option that both Democrats and Republicans should be rushing to embrace. It is the proposal to replace the current Consumer Price Index (CPI) with a more accurate measure of...
  • Susan Lee Marr, legal assistant

    Susan Lee Marr, legal assistant
    Susan Lee Marr, a legal assistant and an active volunteer, died Saturday of ovarian cancer at her home in the Arcadia-Beverly Hills neighborhood of Northeast Baltimore. She was 55. Susan Lee Neukam was born in Baltimore and raised in Dundalk, where she...
  • Four Baltimore-area companies among nation's best workplaces

    Four Baltimore-area companies among nation's best workplaces
    Four companies in the Baltimore area are among the best places to work in the nation, according to a list released Thursday. Edward Jones, FutureCare, Northwestern Mutual and the Community College of Baltimore County made the annual National Top...
  • A farewell to jobs

    A farewell to jobs
    In all of the clamor about deficit reduction and fiscal cliffs, the assumption is that the U.S. economy is basically fine. The "jobs slump" is just that — a slump — so with proper government intervention (or lack thereof), the happy days of...