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  • David A. Dannenfelser III, businessman

    David A. Dannenfelser III, businessman
    David A. Dannenfelser III, a World War II naval veteran who later co-founded a Baltimore truck rental business, died Thursday of dementia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 89. The son of a mechanic and a homemaker, David Andrew Dannenfelser...
  • Too many people, too few resources [Letter]

    The population of Earth has exceeded 7 billion, and the impacts to this planet are profound. Famine, poverty, depletion of resources, destruction of natural systems, increased pollution, war, overcrowding, disease, and a general reduction in the quality...
  • Ralph M. Vitale Sr., contractor

    Ralph M. Vitale Sr., a retired heating and plumbing contractor, died Jan. 11 of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 81. The son of Joseph Vitale, a superintendent with the city's water department, and Mary Vitale, a homemaker, Ralph...
  • Benimon paces Tigers to 5th in row

    Jerrelle Benimon recorded a doubledouble, leading visiting Towson to a 72-57 win over the College of Charleston on Sunday. Benimon finished with 21points and 11 rebounds for the Tigers, who won their fifth straight. Four players scored in double figures...
  • Changes proposed for Perry Hall parks

    Changes proposed for Perry Hall parks
    Perry Hall residents could soon be seeing big changes to some of their parks. At its scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Baltimore County Council is slated to discuss a supplemental appropriation of $156,000 in state and federal funds to go toward an...
  • Balto. Co. Council approves raises for council, executive

    Balto. Co. Council approves raises for council, executive
    Baltimore County Council members approved Wednesday a $25,000 raise for the county executive, as well as an $8,500 boost for their own positions. All seven members voted in favor of the increases. The raises will take effect in December and bring the...
  • Edward L. Funk, investment broker

    Edward L. Funk, investment broker
    Edward Lewis Funk III, a retired investment broker active in Masonic circles as well as in his church, died of heart disease Sunday at his Owings Mills home. He was 70. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Edward Lewis Funk Jr., an office manager, and...
  • Dulaney boys stop Hereford's title streak in Baltimore County indoor track

    Dulaney boys stop Hereford's title streak in Baltimore County indoor track
    For the eighth straight year, Hereford's girls prevailed at the Baltimore County track and field championships at the Maryland National Guard's Fifth Regiment Armory. The No. 2 Bulls prevailed in a star-studded field that included four teams ranked in...
  • Big chill bursts pipes and heats up business for plumbers

    Big chill bursts pipes and heats up business for plumbers
    It is a chilling tale of winter, one that in ghost-story fashion begins with a sign that all is not right. Maybe there's a damp spot spreading ominously across a wall, or faint sounds that grow louder and more insistent. "I heard water dripping," Liz...
  • Developer eyes outlet mall along I-95 in White Marsh

    Developer eyes outlet mall along I-95 in White Marsh
    A Baltimore-based developer is seeking to build an outlet mall with more than 100 stores in White Marsh — just across Interstate 95 from White Marsh Mall and The Avenue at White Marsh. Paragon Outlet Partners wants Baltimore County officials to...
  • Obamacare saved me $4K [Letter]

    Obamacare saved me $4K [Letter]
    My wife and I would like to thank President Barack Obama for helping us save almost $4,000 a year on health care. I am 61 years old with a pre-existing condition of asthma which is under control with medication. Yet before the Affordable Care Act, my...