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  • John J. Ray, BGE administrator

    John J. Ray, BGE administrator
    John J. Ray, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. administrator of quality assurance who was a founding member of St. Thomas More Roman Catholic Church in Northeast Baltimore, died July 12 of acute myeloid leukemia at his Parkville home. He was 82....
  • Ex-Terp Alyssa Thomas goes No. 1 in S. Korean draft

    Ex-Terp Alyssa Thomas goes No. 1 in S. Korean draft
    Women's basketball Ex-Terp Thomas goes No. 1 in overseas draft Former Maryland women's basketball star Alyssa Thomas was selected first overall in the Women's Korean Basketball League foreigner draft on Tuesday by KEB Hanabank, which plays less than 2...
  • Mother of Howard teen accused in father's death says girl was anti-social, depressed

    Mother of Howard teen accused in father's death says girl was anti-social, depressed
    Attorneys for a Howard County teenager who is accused of plotting to kill her father portrayed her Tuesday as a frail, anti-social loner who suffers depression and still loves stuffed animals. Morgan Lane Arnold, 16, appeared in Howard County Circuit...
  • Police blow up reservoir in fruitless search for murder victim

    An article in the July 25, 1914 edition of The Argus search for a rumored body To clear up the fear of several persons that a murder had been committed on the banks of the reservoir of the Baltimore County Water Works, at Avalon, policemen Tuesday, under...
  • Once a 'little dive,' Chaps now a pit beef legend

    Once a 'little dive,' Chaps now a pit beef legend
    Bob Creager opened his tiny pit beef stand in the parking lot of a Southeast Baltimore nightclub in 1987. The stand had no electricity. Creager had never run a business. And the former steelworker had no idea how to cook pit beef. "I was struggling,"...
  • Md. health agency cutting back on facilities it inspects

    Md. health agency cutting back on facilities it inspects
    The Maryland health agency responsible for overseeing medical facilities, including the group home where a disabled foster child died this month, is moving to reduce the number of facilities it inspects across the state — even as it acknowledges...
  • Rev. Joseph Messer, Roman Catholic priest

    Rev. Joseph Messer, Roman Catholic priest
    The Rev. Father Joseph Valentine Messer, a Roman Catholic priest who served in Glen Burnie and Severna Park, died of dementia complications Wednesday at Stella Maris Hospice. The Timonium resident was 90. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was the son of...
  • Second time's a charm in this Catonsville home

    Second time's a charm in this Catonsville home
    What would compel a person to buy the same house twice? For Reggie Sajauskas, the answer can be found in her 1918 traditional clapboard home in Catonsville, one she would not walk away from a second time. Sajauskas and her then-husband bought the...
  • Baltimore County statistics show crime decreased in 2013

    Baltimore County statistics show crime decreased in 2013
    Baltimore County police reported overall declines in crime in 2013, but the area that includes Towson saw increases, according to statistics released Friday. Total crime, as well as violent crime, fell more than 5 percent against previous five-year...
  • Traffic: Collision at Fort McHenry Tunnel

    Traffic: Collision at Fort McHenry Tunnel
    A three-vehicle collision at Bore 1 of the southbound Fort McHenry Tunnel has closed the tunnel lane at 9:06 a.m. on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. The collision is among two incidents creating closures at the tunnel. Two...
  • Janice H. Wilcox

    Janice H. Wilcox
    Janice H. Wilcox, former chief of staff for higher-education programs at the U.S. Department of Education and founder and CEO of Education Resources Group, died June 26 of neuroendocrine disease at her Towson home. She was 73. "Janice was the founder of...