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  • George E. Boynton

    George E. Boynton
    George E. Boynton, a retired insurance executive and standout athlete who played high school, college and club lacrosse, died Saturday of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, at the Blakehurst retirement community. The former...
  • Ellicott City man honored for bravery during Navy Yard shooting

    Ellicott City man honored for bravery during Navy Yard shooting
    A veteran D.C. police officer from Ellicott City was awarded the Congressional Badge of Bravery on Wednesday for his role in shooting the gunman in the Navy Yard mass shooting two years ago. Officer Dorian DeSantis received the medal at a ceremony...
  • Free to discriminate in Indiana

    Free to discriminate in Indiana
    Neither side in the uproar over Indiana's religious freedom law has been totally candid about its benefits or its dangers. That often happens in politics, an arena in which it often seems that no statement is too good to be overstated. For example,...
  • Horse Discovery Centers are the latest effort to promote Maryland horse industry

    Horse Discovery Centers are the latest effort to promote Maryland horse industry
    At Days End Farm Horse Rescue in Howard County, visitors can see how employees and volunteers nurse abused horses back to health. At Full Moon Farm in Carroll County, 30-inch-tall miniature horses Muffin and Phillip are ready to greet those who stop by....
  • Anthony Brown jumps back into politics

    Anthony Brown jumps back into politics
    With pundits still chattering about why his last campaign ended in a stunning defeat, former Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown announced Thursday that he is running for Congress. The 53-year-old Democrat's decision to jump back into politics four months after...
  • City population shrinks slightly in new estimates

    City population shrinks slightly in new estimates
    Baltimore's population slipped a tenth of one percent, according to the latest Census estimate, showing just how far there is to go toward Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's signature goal of attracting 10,000 new families to Baltimore over the course of...
  • Fans boycott Bill Cosby's Baltimore performance after sexual assault allegations resurface

    Fans boycott Bill Cosby's Baltimore performance after sexual assault allegations resurface
    The Ticketmaster website advertising Bill Cosby's comedy show Friday at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric is a vast field of little blue dots, each representing an unsold seat. Barely 24 hours before performance time, just 59 percent of the...
  • Thomas G. 'Tom' Taylor, banker

    Thomas G. 'Tom' Taylor, banker
    Thomas G. "Tom" Taylor, a retired banker and Orioles fan, died Feb. 26 at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami of complications of lung cancer. The former Baltimore resident was 79. The son of William J. Taylor, an American Can Co. executive, and...
  • Maryland joins federal opposition to Sysco merger

    Maryland joins federal opposition to Sysco merger
    Maryland has joined nine other states, the District of Columbia and the Federal Trade Commission in opposing a merger of the country's two largest food distribution companies on grounds that the union would create a near-monopoly in this region and...
  • Motor House arts center to anchor Station North neighborhood

    Motor House arts center to anchor Station North neighborhood
    Excitement and anticipation filled a vacant automobile sales agency this week. A $6.5 million refurbishment of the newly named Motor House on North Avenue was being celebrated as this arts center project gets launched. I watched its prospective tenants...
  • Dr. Howard J. Ehrlich, educator and author

    Dr. Howard J. Ehrlich, educator and author
    Dr. Howard J. Ehrlich, a sociologist, educator and author who founded the Prejudice Institute, died Feb. 2 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center of Parkinson's and cardiac disease. He was 82. Born in New York City, Howard Jay Ehrlich was raised...