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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan reports having a $9 million campaign chest, far outpacing Democrats

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford reported Tuesday that they raised more than $1 million in roughly a month this spring, bringing their campaign cash total to more than $9 million — far outpacing their Democratic challengers. The Republican governor’s campaign now has more...

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  • Paul McK. Llufrio, Esskay worker and decorated World War II veteran, dies

    Paul McK. Llufrio, Esskay worker and decorated World War II veteran, dies

    Paul McKenzie Llufrio Sr., a retired Esskay meat cutter and decorated World War II veteran who survived being a prisoner of war, died of congestive heart failure Sunday at Franklin Square Medical Center. The Essex resident was 95. Born in Baltimore and raised on South Poppleton Street, he was the...

  • Marion L. Winstead, gardener and bow tie maker, dies

    Marion L. Winstead, gardener and bow tie maker, dies

    Marion L. Winstead, an avid gardener and bow tie maker, died Thursday from complications of anemia at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. She was 92. The former Marion Legendre was born and raised in New Orleans. She was the daughter of Joseph Legendre, a chemist, and Octavie Tiblier,...

  • Herbert Beckenheimer, grocer who owned Brown's and Food King markets, dies

    Herbert Beckenheimer, grocer who owned Brown's and Food King markets, dies

    Herbert E. “Herb” Beckenheimer, who owned the local Brown's and Food King grocery chains, died of cancer May 15 at his Owings Mills home. He was 95. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Moses Beckenheimer and his wife, Rose. His grandmother, who owned an Edmondson Avenue dry goods business, raised...

  • Sidney C. Dennis, WWII veteran and Amoco supervisor, dies

    Sidney C. Dennis, WWII veteran and Amoco supervisor, dies

    Sidney C. Dennis, a retired Amoco Oil Co. supervisor, World War II veteran and volunteer firefighter, died Thursday from Parkinson’s disease at Long View Health Care Center in Manchester. The Hampstead resident was 91. Sidney Clarence Dennis was born and raised in Granite. He was the son of Clarence...

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  • Harford school board enters final phases of superintendent selection

    Harford school board enters final phases of superintendent selection

    The Harford County Board of Education expects to select a new superintendent to succeed outgoing Superintendent Barbara Canavan within the next two to three weeks, according to board President Joseph Voskuhl. The board has selected two finalists, Sean Bulson and David Ring, to replace Canavan,...

  • Fallston neighborhood grapples with loss of Baltimore County officer

    Fallston neighborhood grapples with loss of Baltimore County officer

    Fallston resident Tim Mozingo said he often sees stories in the news about police officers being killed in the line of duty. But after his neighbor, Baltimore County Police Department Officer First Class Amy S. Caprio, was killed investigating a call about a suspicious vehicle in Perry Hall Monday,...

  • Live branded hotel to open soon at Live Casino in Anne Arundel County

    Live branded hotel to open soon at Live Casino in Anne Arundel County

    The Cordish Companies will open the 310-room luxury hotel at the Live! Casino in Anne Arundel County on June 6, the Cordish Companies announced. The opening of the $200 million hotel, as the casino approaches 6 years old, is expected to help the casino lure and retain the big spenders and compete...

  • Harford Muslims to host community Ramadan dinner June 2

    Harford Muslims to host community Ramadan dinner June 2

    People of all faiths are invited to a dinner in Harford County celebrating Ramadan on Saturday, June 2. Members of the local Muslim community will celebrate and reach out to their neighbors of all faiths by hosting a traditional Ramadan iftar, or fast-breaking dinner, at Masjid Al-Falaah in Abingdon....

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