Jacques Kelly

Columnist

Jacques Kelly came to the the old Evening Sun as a summer intern in 1969. For many years, he was on the staff of the old News American, where he was immediately taken by the culture and frenzy of an afternoon paper's city desk. He’s been with The Baltimore Sun since 1986. As a local columnist and reporter, Jacques writes about neighborhoods for readers who like learning more about their city. He also writes local obituaries.

Recent Articles

  • John H. Davis Jr., teacher and former News American photographer, dies

    John H. Davis Jr., teacher and former News American photographer, dies

    John H. Davis Jr., a former photographer for the News American who changed careers and became a high school history teacher, died of stroke complications Wednesday at Brightview Rolling Hills. The Catonsville resident was 71. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of John H. Davis Sr., a World War II...

  • Dr. Richard L. Humphrey, Johns Hopkins oncologist, dies

    Dr. Richard L. Humphrey, Johns Hopkins oncologist, dies

    Dr. Richard Lord Humphrey, a Johns Hopkins physician and pioneering cancer researcher who studied protein disorders and bone marrow cancer, died March 26 at his Lutherville home after a series of strokes. He was 83. Born in Detroit and raised in Marshall, Mich., he was the son of Dr. Archie Edward...

  • Anne McCloskey, victim rights advocate and coach, dies

    Anne McCloskey, victim rights advocate and coach, dies

    Anne J. McCloskey, a retired Loyola University Maryland athletic coach and administrator who also co-founded a grassroots crime victims’ rights group, died of pancreatic cancer Saturday at her Towson home. She was 87. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Victor J. Furst Sr., who headed a...

  • Jacques Kelly: Bridging to past with an ambitious future at Harbor Point

    Jacques Kelly: Bridging to past with an ambitious future at Harbor Point

    Harbor Point, downtown’s new 27-acre neighborhood, has reached a pair of milestones: The first tenants at the 1405 Point apartments recently moved in, and the new community now has a permanent entry street. Those factors and others make the ambitious project about 30 percent finished. It’ll be...

  • Thomas R. Hubbard, educator

    Thomas R. Hubbard, educator

    Thomas Russell Hubbard, a retired health sciences teacher at the Community College of Baltimore City and Northwestern High School, died of heart failure March 23 at Bon Secours Hospital in Chesapeake, Va. The former Lochearn resident was 90. Born in Durham, N.C., he was the son of Dr. James M....

  • R. Bruce Campbell, real estate management firm owner, dies

    R. Bruce Campbell, real estate management firm owner, dies

    R. Bruce Campbell, who owned a real estate management business and was a volunteer firefighter, died of pancreatic cancer March 18 at his Homeland home. He was 76. Born in Baltimore and raised in Northwood, he was the son of Wallace H. Campbell, who founded the family property management business,...

  • Rev. Myles Francis Muller, Johns Hopkins Hospital chaplain, dies

    Rev. Myles Francis Muller, Johns Hopkins Hospital chaplain, dies

    Rev. Myles Francis Muller, a Roman Catholic priest and retired Johns Hopkins Hospital chaplain, died of respiratory failure April 3 at St. Stephen’s Green at the Mercy Ridge retirement community in Timonium. He was 97. Born Lawrence Henry Muller in Baltimore, he was the son of Lawrence Barnhart...

  • Ted Pearson, award-winning interior designer, dies

    Ted Pearson, award-winning interior designer, dies

    Ted Pearson, an interior designer who won awards for his work at the Octagon Center in Mount Washington, died of hypertension and cardiovascular disease on Feb. 23 at his Mount Vernon home. He was 66. Ted Lawrence Pearson was born in Baltimore and raised on Lambeth Road in Catonsville. He was the...

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