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Abingdon woman charged with setting daughter's house on fire

An Abingdon woman was arrested Monday morning for allegedly setting her daughter’s house on fire in September, according to the state fire marshal’s office. Just after 4 p.m. Sept. 15, Anna M. Stewart, 50, called 911 after reportedly discovering a fire on the second floor of her daughter’s house...

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  • Steuart G. Wilson, volunteer and Orioles fan

    Steuart G. Wilson, volunteer and Orioles fan

    Steuart Gantt Wilson, a former secretary and community volunteer who was a devoted Orioles fan, died of progressive nuclear palsy Oct, 18 at her Timonium home. She was 80. Born in Baltimore and raised on Keswick Road, she was the daughter of William C. Gantt, an office administrator, and Mathilda...

  • Elizabeth Bunn, singer and Blue Cross analyst

    Elizabeth Bunn, singer and Blue Cross analyst

    Elizabeth Louise Gambrill Bunn, a musician and former Maryland Blue Cross/Blue Shield analyst, died of post-polio and stroke complications Oct. 13 at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 79 and lived in Catonsville. Born in Baltimore and raised on North Carey Street, she was the daughter of Nathaniel Gambrill,...

  • Esther Corcoran, former treasurer of a Nebraska county and Blue Cross supervisor

    Esther Corcoran, former treasurer of a Nebraska county and Blue Cross supervisor

    Esther G. Corcoran, a retired Maryland Blue Cross and Blue Shield supervisor who had been treasurer of her native Nebraska county, died of congestive heart failure Oct. 3 at Brightview Assisted Living in Towson. She was 93 and was a longtime Lutherville resident. Born Esther Gallawa in Scottsbluff,...

  • Dr. Matthew Brennan, physician and anesthesiologist

    Dr. Matthew Brennan, physician and anesthesiologist

    Dr. Matthew J. Brennan, a retired Greater Baltimore Medical Center anesthesiologist, died Tuesday of complications from Parkinson’s disease at his home in Ruxton. He was 79. Born in County Sligo, Ireland, he was the son of Dr. Martin Brennan, a general practitioner and member of the Irish Parliament,...

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  • Howard County school bus driver at fault in crash that injured 5, police say

    Howard County school bus driver at fault in crash that injured 5, police say

    The Howard County school bus driver involved in Monday morning’s collision on Route 29 has been issued a citation for negligent driving after police said she was speeding when she lost control of the bus. Tyra India Wilcox, 50, of Halethorpe, was driving the bus on westbound Route 100 in Ellicott...

  • Viewing planned Tuesday for Harford County shooting victim

    Viewing planned Tuesday for Harford County shooting victim

    A viewing will be held Tuesday for Enis Mrvoljack, one of the three men killed in a workplace shooting in Harford County last week. March Funeral Homes will hold the viewing from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Tuesday at 4300 Wabash Ave. in West Baltimore. Mrvoljak’s body will then be returned to his native...

  • New, old, always spooky: Halloween links generations

    New, old, always spooky: Halloween links generations

    For years, the Knode family had between 15 and 20 trick-or-treaters at their Hilton Avenue house in Catonsville. Five years ago, inspired by a haunted barn he had made as a child, Emory Knode decided to ramp up the Halloween experience. With his son Chris, now 21, Knode set up a spooky, interactive...

  • Police identify suspect in two Aberdeen sexual assaults

    Police identify suspect in two Aberdeen sexual assaults

    Aberdeen Police have identified a 21-year-old man they believe is responsible for two violent sexual assaults in Aberdeen. An arrest warrant has been issued for Davonnte Oneal Sconion, who lives in the first block of Liberty Street in Aberdeen. In the warrant, according to police, he is charged...

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