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  • 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 —...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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,"...
  • Bee conscious of what you plant

    Bee conscious of what you plant
    As Nathan Reid wandered around his Canton neighborhood, he saw threats everywhere. Empty tree wells, weedy window boxes and flowers that bloomed and died before the end of summer — unkind conditions for the fuzzy, buzzing set. "I want homeowners...
  • Traffic: Crash with injury closes MD 45

    Traffic: Crash with injury closes MD 45
    A single-vehicle crash with injury on MD 45 in Glencoe on Tuesday has closed all lanes at Cold Bottom Road for more than four hours after the state Department of Transportation first reported the incident at 3:44 a.m. DOT also reported a collision on the...
  • Muslim community pushes to close schools on two holy days

    Muslim community pushes to close schools on two holy days
    At nearly every Baltimore County school board meeting for the past decade, Dr. Bash Pharoan has testified for his allotted three minutes about a single issue: the calendar. The Muslim physician, whose children attended county schools, wants the school...
  • Hamilton G. Walker Jr., engineer

    Hamilton G. Walker Jr., engineer
    Hamilton G. Walker Jr., a retired chemical engineer who later established a custom furniture making business, died Friday of cancer at his Stevensville home. He was 72. The son of Hamilton G. Walker Sr., a civil engineer, and Mary Mount Walker, a...