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Waverly (Baltimore, Maryland)

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  • Want better health care? Support doctors

    A historic week! First Johns Hopkins Hospital suffers a huge judgment ("Waverly family awarded $55 million in lawsuit," June 27) and then the Supreme Court upholds the entire Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("Reform moves ahead," June 29). I...
  • Ronald Stratton, radio station manager

    Ronald Stratton, radio station manager
    Ronald A. Stratton, who boosted ratings and transformed radio stations he managed, died of complications from a stroke June 29 at Madonna Heritage Assisted Living in Jarrettsville. He was 72 and lived in Red Lion, Pa. Born in Detroit, he broke into...
  • Police: Three men shot in legs or buttocks in separate incidents

    Three men were shot in separate incidents Monday night in Baltimore. Each of the men was struck in either his leg or buttocks, city police said. None of the injuries is considered life-threatening. The first shooting occurred in the 2500 block of...
  • Landmark Waverly shoe repair shop closes its doors after 90 years

    Landmark Waverly shoe repair shop closes its doors after 90 years
    After 90 years of repairing shoes and other leather goods, Hack's Shoe Repair, a fixture in Waverly since 1922, will close its doors for good this week. Its owner, Frank Booker, a veteran cobbler who has owned and operated the business in the 3400...
  • Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of the Waterford Group, dies

    Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of the Waterford Group, dies
    Neil Francis Lemon, a co-founder and executive vice president of the Waterford Group that developed and managed affordable housing for senior citizens, died July 23 of cancer at his Riderwood home. He died a day before his 75th birthday, family members...
  • Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of The Waterford Group, dies

    Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of The Waterford Group, dies
    Neil Francis Lemon, a co-founder and executive vice president of The Waterford Group that developed and managed affordable housing for senior citizens, died July 23 of cancer at his Riderwood home. He died a day before his 75th birthday, family members...
  • Winter temperatures don't deter locavores

    Winter temperatures don't deter locavores
    On Saturday morning, Katie Morris strolled through the Waverly Farmers' Market with the patience of a regular, stopping frequently to inspect apples and granola cups over the rim of her glasses. She's been coming here for eight winters, when the downtown...
  • Firefighter hurt in blaze in vacant rowhouse in Barclay

    A Baltimore firefighter was injured Sunday evening battling a blaze in a vacant, two-story rowhouse at 304 E. 24th St. in north Baltimore's Barclay neighborhood. According to the Baltimore Firefighters Union, the fire was reported around 8:08 p.m. and...
  • City issuing $4.2 million in refunds for faulty water bills

    Baltimore's Public Works Department is issuing more than $4.2 million in water bill refunds to 38,000 households in the city and Baltimore County after an audit showed the agency overcharged tens of thousands of customers. The audit, released Wednesday,...
  • Hopkins student Nathan Krasnopoler remembered at candlelight vigil one year after bike accident

    Johns Hopkins University student Nathan Krasnopoler was riding his bike home from the Waverly Farmer's Market on a sunny Saturday morning last February when his life was cut short by an elderly driver. The 20-year-old computer science major from Ellicott...
  • New Baltimore brewery signs lease for Waverly bottling plant

    New Baltimore brewery signs lease for Waverly bottling plant
    Peabody Heights Brewery, formerly called Charm City Brewing Company, has signed a lease this month for a bottling plant near Waverly, in the Abell neighborhood. The lease puts it one step closer to becoming the first large-scale brewery to open within...