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  • For international writer Sujata Massey, there's no place like home

    For international writer Sujata Massey, there's no place like home
    Glancing out the windows of Sujata Massey's house on an early spring day, you could be on a quiet street anywhere, in Japan, or India, or Minneapolis, Minn. Massey shares a bond with all of those places, but her heart and home are in the Roland Park...
  • Five questions with Wes Guckert

    Five questions with Wes Guckert
    "Robotic parking" might conjure up images of a far-off future. Wes Guckert is trying to make it a lot more common now. Also known as automated parking garages, such facilities are the vehicle version of a high-tech warehouse: Hydraulic lifters "park" the...
  • Public forums on city superintendent search begin this week

    Public forums on city superintendent search begin this week
    Baltimore city educators, parents and members of the public will have the opportunity to sound off this week on what they're looking for in the next Baltimore city schools CEO during a series of public forums that will take place throughout the city. ...
  • Edward Dopkin, owner of Miss Shirley's and Ravens caterer, dies at 61

    Edward Dopkin, owner of Miss Shirley's and Ravens caterer, dies at 61
    Edward "Eddie" Dopkin, whose business acumen and knack for building relationships fueled a long career in Baltimore's restaurant and catering industries, died on Saturday at Sinai Hospital from complications associated with a form of leukemia. The...
  • Third annual gala benefits family center and auction winners

    Third annual gala benefits family center and auction winners
    Charles Curlett paid $2,000 Saturday night for a Cartier watch worth $5,600. "And for a good cause," said the attorney from Oakenshawe. But Curlett won't have the unisex watch all to himself. "We're going to share it," said his wife, Christina....
  • Schools for everyone

    Schools for everyone
    Baltimore City school officials say the nearly $1.2 billion budget the system unveiled last week will fund a raft of new academic endeavors, among them a new team to upgrade instruction in the sciences to meet the higher standards of the new national...
  • Guardian Angels help slain Navy vet's family search for killer

    Guardian Angels help slain Navy vet's family search for killer
    Naval Petty Officer Alonzo M. Gladden Jr. had been back home for only four hours last October when an unknown person opened fire on him — killing him shortly after he dropped off his grandmother in South Baltimore. Months later, his killing...
  • Edgewood man charged with robbing convenience store

    An Edgewood man arrested Tuesday and charged with robbing a convenience store in Edgewood earlier in the day allegedly gave police a false name. Jamal Nathaniel Jackson, 32, of the 700 block of Rainbow Court, is charged with armed robbery, robbery,...
  • Youths offer ideas for a 'safe and inclusive' Inner Harbor

    Youths offer ideas for a 'safe and inclusive' Inner Harbor
    Baltimore teens Rickya'h Brooks and Marquise Robinson never really feel welcome at the Inner Harbor. They say police cast a judgmental eye on all kids who go there, especially African-Americans. And they're frustrated that the waterfront mall provides...
  • High School Football: Sunset League crazy, tight

    High School Football: Sunset League crazy, tight
    Over the course of two nights late last week, the chase for the 2013 Sunset League football championship became a free-for-all. You can thank, or blame, depending on which sideline you root from, Los Alamitos High and Newport Harbor for creating an...
  • Robert L. Stocksdale, 85, attorney and lacrosse All-American

    Robert L. Stocksdale, 85, attorney and lacrosse All-American
    Robert L. Stocksdale, a real estate attorney who served several state commissions and committees on issues of mortgage financing, died from a brain hemorrhage July 7 at Sinai Hospital. The Mays Chapel resident was 85. Born in Baltimore, he lived on...