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City police officer shot in West Baltimore

A Baltimore police officer was shot Sunday evening on the west side of the city, police confirmed. The officer was taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, and the officer’s identity and condition have not been released. The shooting was reported just before 6:30 p.m. near Lexington...

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    • Dr. Neil Novin, a retired general surgeon and former chief of surgery at Harbor Hospital, dies

      Dr. Neil Novin, a retired general surgeon and former chief of surgery at Harbor Hospital, dies

      Dr. Neil Novin, who had been chief of surgery at Harbor Hospital and was a prolific contributor to medical journals, died Sept. 16 from renal failure at Gilchrist Center in Towson. The longtime Pikesville resident was 88. “Neil was very old-school and hands-on,” said Dr. Jeffrey D. Gaber, a Baltimore...

    • Susan Murray, special education teacher and advocate, dies

      Susan Murray, special education teacher and advocate, dies

      Susan Lynne Murray, a special education teacher at St. Elizabeth School who had been honored in Baltimore County as education advocate of the year, died Sept. 14 in a single-vehicle accident in the Freeland area of northern Baltimore County. She was 63 and lived in Glen Rock, Pa. A Baltimore County...

    • Austin 'Mac' Taliaferro, retired marketing and sales director, dies

      Austin 'Mac' Taliaferro, retired marketing and sales director, dies

      Austin “Mac” Taliaferro, who retired as director of marketing and sales for the Hedwin Corp., died Sept. 15 from respiratory failure at Bayleigh Chase Assisted Living in Easton. The former Owings Mills resident was 86. Austin McLanahan Taliaferro was the son of Francis Catesby Taliaferro, president...

    • Amelia L. Pierson, homemaker, dies

      Amelia L. Pierson, homemaker, dies

      Amelia L. Pierson, a homemaker and inveterate bridge player, died Sept. 12 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson from congestive heart failure. The Lutherville resident was 85. The former Amelia Louise Schneidereith was born in Baltimore and raised on Springlake Way in Homeland. She was the daughter...

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