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  • Generations flock to visit Mondawmin's 'color blind' Santa Luke

    Generations flock to visit Mondawmin's 'color blind' Santa Luke
    When he was growing up near Mondawmin Mall and the Christmas season rolled around, Andrew Dubose rarely missed a chance to visit the old man in the red suit and white beard who always gave him such a warm holiday greeting. Now 39, married, and the...
  • Boys Basketball Game of the Week: No. 3 Milford Mill at No. 7 Randallstown

    Boys Basketball Game of the Week: No. 3 Milford Mill at No. 7 Randallstown
    When: Friday, 7 p.m. KEY PLAYERS Milford Mill: Justin Jenifer, Jr., G; Allen Costley, Sr., F; Randallstown: Jerell Cooke, Sr., G; Anthony Granger, Jr., F; Trevor Atelefack, Jr., F. KEYS TO VICTORY The visiting Millers have consistently seperated...
  • No. 3 Milford Mill boys basketball beats No. 7 Randallstown, 81-71

    No. 3 Milford Mill boys basketball beats No. 7 Randallstown, 81-71
    Milford Mill struggled throughout much of the first three quarters of Friday’s game at Randallstown, but everything changed when coach Mike Silverman made his team step up the defensive intensity. The Millers began pressuring the ball more and...
  • Council members question plan to lease tract to Towson Row developer

    Council members question plan to lease tract to Towson Row developer
    County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's administration is asking the County Council to lease a desirable piece of downtown Towson real estate to a high-profile developer without a bid process, drawing questions from some council members and from a businessman...
  • LGBT advocates offer advice on new health care law

    LGBT advocates offer advice on new health care law
    Advocates and health care providers for LGBT and HIV-positive residents in Maryland have been scrambling for months to gather information on how the Affordable Care Act will impact their clients -- and now they're looking to share the information. "We...
  • Gwendolyn H. "Winkie" Davis, teacher

    Gwendolyn H. "Winkie" Davis, teacher
    Gwendolyn H. "Winkie" Davis, a retired substitute and kindergarten teacher, died Nov. 12 of complications from diabetes at Woodbridge Valley Manor Care Center in Catonsville. She was 92. Gwendolyn Hughes was born in Baltimore and raised in Waverly....
  • Ruby Tuesday to open on Liberty Road in Randallstown

    Ruby Tuesday to open on Liberty Road in Randallstown
    A Ruby Tuesday restaurant will open next spring on Liberty Road in Randallstown, where leaders have been working to attract more national chains, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced. County leaders are set to detail the restaurant's...
  • Balto. Co. man convicted in execution-style shooting in Howard Co.

    A Howard County Circuit Court jury convicted a Baltimore County man Friday of attempted murder in the execution-style shooting of a 15-year-old boy in a Marriottsville field last June. After 11 hours of deliberation over three days, Donald George...
  • Man grazed by bullet in Randallstown

    Man grazed by bullet in Randallstown
    A 19-year-old man was grazed in the knee by a bullet on Thursday night in Randallstown, according to Baltimore County Police. Officers responded to the 3900 block of Sadie Ave. about 9:04 p.m. and found the victim with what were considered to be non-...
  • Balto. Co. announces winning bids for county properties

    Balto. Co. announces winning bids for county properties
    Baltimore County officials, looking to sell off public property for private development, have selected proposals to build a Royal Farms gas station in Towson, a shopping center in Dundalk and expanded parking for a nursing home in Randallstown. Thursday'...
  • Firms vie for contract to replace city's water meter system

    Firms vie for contract to replace city's water meter system
    Two politically connected firms are lobbying for a multimillion-dollar contract to overhaul the city's water-meter system — a once-in-a-generation effort Baltimore officials say could help end the chronic problem of wildly erroneous bills. City...