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  • Outraged by BGE [Letter]

    Outraged by BGE [Letter]
    Like many residents, the power in my Catonsville home went out at 7:30 Wednesday night ("Severe thunderstorm watch issued Wednesday," July 9). I reported the outage many times on BGE's automated power outage line, but there was no option to even talk...
  • Region's movie theaters staging a comeback

    Region's movie theaters staging a comeback
    With today's opening of a 15-screen Cinemark theater in Towson, Baltimore and its immediate area — that is, within the Beltway — is home to nearly 60 movie screens. And 20 of those are in the city itself. That's not bad when one considers...
  • Pair charged in jewelry store heists arrested at Catonsville hotel room

    Pair charged in jewelry store heists arrested at Catonsville hotel room
    After nearly two months on the run, a couple wanted in jewelry store heists around Baltimore County and several states as far as South Carolina, was arrested at a hotel room off U.S. 40 in Catonsville Monday, police said. Robert Antoine Weathers, 53, and...
  • U.S. food aid still needed around the world [Commentary]

    U.S. food aid still needed around the world [Commentary]
    Sharing the bounty of America's farms is a lifesaving tradition almost as old at the Republic itself. In 1812, President James Madison sent emergency aid to earthquake victims in Venezuela. President Herbert Hoover started a large feeding program in...
  • Mizeur's loss not an end to campaign finance reform [Letter]

    Mizeur's loss not an end to campaign finance reform [Letter]
    Perry Wheeler's letter, "Heather will be back" (July 5), resonated with me. I also supported Del. Heather Mizeur as a way to combat the power of corporate money in politics. I hope she will be back, but we are still here. Although many folks have given...
  • Florence H. Deitz, helped found hospital

    Florence H. Deitz, helped found hospital
    Florence H. Deitz, a Randallstown community activist who was a founder in the 1960s of the old Baltimore County General Hospital, which later became Northwest Hospital, died Monday of cancer at the Fairhaven retirement community. She was 91. "Florence...
  • MOMS Club of Clarksville meets second Wednesdays

    These groups meet regularly. Center of Light and Love — Second Sunday, 6-7 p.m. Owen Brown Community Center, 6800 Cradlerock Way, Columbia. 410-995-4647, centeroflightandlove@comcast.net or http://www.centeroflightandlove.org. Chavurah —...
  • Walters' 8 points not enough for Bayhawks in 16-14 loss to Machine

    Walters' 8 points not enough for Bayhawks in 16-14 loss to Machine
    Lacrosse Walters' 8 points not enough for Bayhawks Midfielder Joe Walters (Maryland) had four goals and four assists for the second straight game, but the Chesapeake Bayhawks lost, 16-14, to the host Ohio Machine on Friday. Midfielder Ben Hunt...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Fishing tips Tuesday: Fisherman, author and blogger Shawn Kimbro will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Northwest chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association, talking about tips and tactics in his new book, "The Right...
  • Marylanders march to their own beat on Independence Day

    Marylanders march to their own beat on Independence Day
    In America, the land of strongly held opinions, a whiff of controversy about the proper way to celebrate Independence Day seems positively patriotic. So it was in Bel Air. Complaints of animal cruelty didn't stop the frog-hopping contest or turtle...
  • Rita Sloan Berndt, neurology professor

    Rita Sloan Berndt, neurology professor
    Rita Sloan Berndt, a neurology professor at the University of Maryland Medical School for 25 years who studied people who suffered from aphasia, the loss of the power to use or understand words, died June 17 of lymphoma at her home in Roland Park. She was...