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Man shot in East Baltimore Thursday

City police say a man was shot on Pulaski Highway in East Baltimore Thursday morning. Officers were called at 9:40 a.m. to the 3500 block of Pulaski Highway where they found a 25-year-old male who was suffering from gunshot wounds to the legs and arm. He was taken to an area hospital and is expected...

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  • Anne Moe, editor and equestrienne, dies

    Anne Moe, editor and equestrienne, dies

    Anne Marguerite Moe, a retired editor and proofreader and Howard County equestrienne, died of ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Sept. 3 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Marriottsville resident was 78. Born in Forest City, Iowa, and raised on a Scarville farm, he was the daughter of...

  • Alexander R. 'Alex' Martick, practiced law in the city for 61 years

    Alexander R. 'Alex' Martick, practiced law in the city for 61 years

    Alexander R. “Alex” Martick, who practiced law in Baltimore for 61 years and who is fondly remembered for his signature greeting — “Got any whiskey?” — died Sept. 10 from complications of a stroke at Harrisburg Hospital in Harrisburg, Pa. The former longtime Mount Washington resident was 89. The...

  • John E. Muhlbach, chief federal probation officer

    John E. Muhlbach, chief federal probation officer

    John Edward Muhlbach, a retired chief federal probation officer active in the Lutheran Church, died Sept. 16 of pneumonia at Somerford Place in Columbia. The former Cedarcroft resident was 91. Born in Baltimore and raised on East North Avenue, he was the son of Dr. Arthur C. Muhlbach, a dentist,...

  • Denise Choiniere, oncology nurse and environmental advocate

    Denise Choiniere, oncology nurse and environmental advocate

    Denise Choiniere, an oncology nursing administrator at the University of Maryland Medical Center who was an advocate of environmentally friendly policies at medical institutions, died of lymphoma Sept. 16 at the hospital where she served. She was 48 and lived in Ellicott City. Born in Norwalk,...

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  • Bus riders hospitalized in Baltimore crash

    Bus riders hospitalized in Baltimore crash

    A MTA bus collided with another vehicle Friday morning near Fairview and Granada avenues in West Baltimore, sending some riders to the hospital. Paul Shepard, a spokesman for the Maryland Transit Administration, said no one on the bus suffered any life-threatening injuries. He did not immediately...

  • State to pay $4 million to preserve two agricultural properties in Harford

    State to pay $4 million to preserve two agricultural properties in Harford

    Two agricultural properties in northern Harford County have been accepted into the state’s farmland preservation program. The Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation, or MALPF, will pay $2,329,800 for a preservation easement on 388.3 acres owned by Whiteford Packing Company off Route...

  • Edgewood woman charged with stabbing man after argument

    Edgewood woman charged with stabbing man after argument

    An Edgewood woman is charged with stabbing a man she got into an argument with Wednesday night, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said. Another stabbing was reported Thursday in Edgewood but the sheriff’s office had few details. Just before 10 p.m. Wednesday, Sheriff’s Office deputies were called...

  • Jim Rouse would recognize much of this art

    Jim Rouse would recognize much of this art

    The importance that Columbia founder James Rouse placed on the arts is reflected in an exhibit at the Howard County Arts Council that is part of the ongoing celebration of Columbia’s 50th birthday. “Selections from the Rouse Company/the Howard Hughes Corporation Art Collection” includes artwork...

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