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  • One dead in York Road double stabbing

    One dead in York Road double stabbing
    One male victim was killed and another remains in critical condition after a fight led to them being stabbed near Loyola University of Maryland's campus Monday night, police said. The age and identity of the victim who was fatally stabbed was not...
  • Chicago celebrates two popes proclaimed as saints

    Chicago celebrates two popes proclaimed as saints
    A Sunday evening Mass at Holy Name Cathedral capped roughly 24 hours of celebration across the Chicago Archdiocese over the historic elevation of two popes to sainthood. Unable to travel to Rome for the canonization of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII,...
  • Prosecutors: Driver in fatal crash admitted to having 5 or 6 drinks

    Prosecutors: Driver in fatal crash admitted to having 5 or 6 drinks
    A Lakeview man accused of drunkenly driving the wrong way on Lake Shore Drive early Friday and killing a woman after he struck her oncoming taxi was ordered held on $750,000 bail Sunday in Cook County bond court. Erik F. Johnson, 23, of the 3500 block...
  • 'Poems of Warren' tells story of town lost under waters of Loch Raven Reservoir

    Timonium resident and poet Ann Kolakowski says that what she discovered when her grandmother turned 99 has haunted her to this day. Now, nearly 12 years later, she has published a book of poetry about that discovery. "When my brothers and I were...
  • Bystanders helped treat teen who collapsed at basketball tournament

    Bystanders helped treat teen who collapsed at basketball tournament
    A 16-year-old boy who collapsed during a basketball tournament on Saturday is in critical condition today after an off-duty doctor and nurse rushed to his aid until paramedics arrived. As Melody Dantzler-Burrell watched Jermaine Cullum, a student at...
  • DePaul president invites pro-Palestine students to make case for divestment

    DePaul president invites pro-Palestine students to make case for divestment
    DePaul University students urging the school to divest from companies they say profit from the suffering of Palestinians could get a chance to make their case before a school panel after organizing a campus vote on the matter. The divestment question,...
  • Author Stuart Dybek: Chicago's storyteller

    Author Stuart Dybek: Chicago's storyteller
    The way Stuart Dybek tells it, on the night that he decided to become a writer, the moon rose full and bright over Lake Michigan. It had not been an easy decision. His father, an immigrant from Poland who had pushed his way to foreman at the McCormick...
  • City names 2014 Teacher of the Year

    City names 2014 Teacher of the Year
    A fifth-grade math and science teacher whose principal calls her the "cream of the crop" and whose students say makes them forget they're learning equations and elements was named Baltimore City's 2014 Teacher of the Year. Elizabeth Barletta, in her...
  • George L. "Len" Novotny, telecommunications manager

    George L. "Len" Novotny, telecommunications manager
    George L. "Len" Novotny, a retired telecommunications company manager who was active in youth lacrosse for three decades, died Sunday of cancer at Lorien Mays Chapel and Skilled Nursing. He was 73. George Leonard Novotny was born and raised in East...
  • Dorothea Rawlings, teacher

    Dorothea Rawlings, teacher
    Dorothea Arvin Rawlings, a former teacher at Barclay Elementary/Middle School, died of cancer March 9 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The West Baltimore resident was 73. Born Dorothea Arvin Simmons in Baltimore, she was raised on Calhoun Street at...
  • Religious protections on gay marriage in doubt

     Religious protections on gay marriage in doubt
    Illinois' gay marriage bill that awaits the governor's signature doesn't force religious clergy to officiate at same-sex weddings or compel churches to open their doors for ceremonies. But similar safeguards aren't spelled out for pastry chefs, florists,...