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  • Dolores Mae Ali, technical writer

    Dolores Mae Ali, technical writer
    Dolores Mae Hammond Ali, a retired Social Security Administration technical writer, died of cancer Friday at her Randallstown home. She was 75. Born Dolores Mae Hammond in Baltimore, she was raised on Presstman Street in West Baltimore and was a...
  • Loving memories of Monday night Mah-jongg [Letter]

    Loving memories of Monday night Mah-jongg [Letter]
    In response to your report on Mah-jongg, I would like to add a dimension not addressed in the article ("Mah-jongg exhibit runs at Jewish Museum," April 4). Five friends and I played Mah-jongg every Monday night for more than 30 years no matter what...
  • Robbers ask for water, force way into Pikesville home, tie up man and his daughter

    Robbers ask for water, force way into Pikesville home, tie up man and his daughter
    Baltimore County police released pictures on Wednesday of two men they want to question in two Pikesville home invasions earlier this month, including one where a man and his daughter were tied up. Police said two men knocked on the door the home in the...
  • High estate tax has a cost [Letter]

    High estate tax has a cost [Letter]
    Your editorial, "The $431 million payoff" (March 24), misses the point. Folks who worked hard, invested well and have accumulated an estate that may be free from federal estate tax but subject to Maryland's estate and inheritance taxes will be asking...
  • Baltimore County needs an elected school board [Letter]

    Baltimore County needs an elected school board [Letter]
    Regarding letter writer Theodore Levin's idea that to keep politics out of the process the governor should appoint the Baltimore County Board of Education rather than allow voters to elect its members, I would point out that the governor's appointments...
  • Dog groups get funding with Unleashed by Petco grand opening in Pikesville

    Dog groups get funding with Unleashed by Petco grand opening in Pikesville
    Two local dog groups will celebrate big donations this weekend when the new Unleashed by Petco hosts its grand opening in Pikesville. Pits and Rotts for Life Rescue and the Baltimore group Pets on Wheels will each receive $1,500 as part of the grand...
  • Winning over FBI headquarters [Letter]

     Winning over FBI headquarters [Letter]
    I enjoyed the article on Maryland's efforts to persuade federal officials to move the new FBI headquarters to Maryland ("Md. in battle for FBI offices," March 24). According to the article, some 11,000 employees would work in the new headquarters...
  • Apartment tower proposed for Inner Harbor site

    Apartment tower proposed for Inner Harbor site
    A Pikesville developer will present plans to the city next week to build one of Baltimore's tallest buildings on the site of the former McCormick & Co. spice factory at the Inner Harbor, transforming the skyline with a luxury apartment tower. The Questar...
  • Al Baitch, saxophonist

    Al Baitch, saxophonist
    Abraham "Al" Baitch, a musician recalled as one of Baltimore's finest saxophone players, died March 24 at Northwest Hospital after suffering a fall. The Pikesville resident was 89. During his 70 years in the local entertainment scene, Mr. Baitch was a...
  • Traffic: Crashes cleared on I-95

    Traffic: Crashes cleared on I-95
    Separate crashes that shut down Interstate 95 in both directions near the Caton Avenue exit for nearly two hours on Tuesday morning have been cleared, according to state transportation departments. The Baltimore City Office of Emergency Management said...
  • Planning a great birthday party

    Planning a great birthday party
    Monica Snodgrass was a brave woman to invite more than two dozen 7-year-olds into her home for her son’s birthday party. But with spot-on entertainment planned, it wasn’t the headache one might envision.  The Clarksville mother of three had...