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  • Douglas L. 'Doug' Miller Sr., Baltimore businessman, dies

    Douglas L. 'Doug' Miller Sr., Baltimore businessman, dies

    Douglas L. "Doug" Miller Sr., a Baltimore businessman who raised money for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center, died of multiple organ failure Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Timonium resident was 68. The son of George Lloyd Miller, a Bethlehem Steel Co. worker, and Jeannette Betts Clendaniel,...

  • Franchot says there's 'plenty of money' to put air conditioning in all Baltimore County schools

    Franchot says there's 'plenty of money' to put air conditioning in all Baltimore County schools

    At his third "Cool Classrooms" town hall, state Comptroller Peter Franchot last week called on fellow politicians to spend $10 million to provide immediate relief to the dozens of schools in Baltimore County that are without air conditioning. Franchot, one of the state's top fiscal officials, said...

  • Texas Roadhouse is coming to Hunt Valley

    Texas Roadhouse is coming to Hunt Valley

    Texas Roadhouse is bringing its sirloin and strip steak to Hunt Valley this summer. The Louisville, Ky.-based chain has leased a 7,200-square-foot pad at the Executive Plaza in Hunt Valley. The restaurant is expected to to open this summer at the four-building plaza, at 11350 McCormick Road. Texas...

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  • Lloyd McK. Alston,longtime city educator, dies

    Lloyd McK. Alston,longtime city educator, dies

    Lloyd McK. Alston, a retired city public school assistant superintendent who later became vice president of the Baltimore Urban League, died Jan. 31 of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 83. "I knew him in the school system, and he was a very intelligent and knowledgeable...

  • David L. Huso, Johns Hopkins scientist, dies

    David L. Huso, Johns Hopkins scientist, dies

    Dr. David L. Huso, a Johns Hopkins scientist and pathologist who worked in cancer research, died Jan. 27 after collapsing at his lab at the school's East Baltimore campus. The Hereford resident was 59. Family members said a medical cause of death has not been determined. Dr. Huso was an associate...

  • Cunningham's offers a comforting cafe and bakery in Towson

    Cunningham's offers a comforting cafe and bakery in Towson

    A breakfast-and-lunch cafe with a happy hour — now, we're talking. Cunningham's Cafe & Bakery in Towson celebrates the end of the workday with 50 percent off beer and wine along with 50 percent off its freshly made bread and select pastries. That's reason enough to stop by this charming spot, an...

  • Mosque to host Obama grew from tiny gathering to influential congregation

    Mosque to host Obama grew from tiny gathering to influential congregation

    When President Barack Obama steps shoeless into the prayer room at the Islamic Society of Baltimore on Wednesday, he'll be entering a mosque that began as a small Sunday gathering at the Johns Hopkins University but is now one of the largest and most influential Muslim communities in the Mid-Atlantic....

  • Bateman party crasher's Facebook boast leads to arrest for open warrant

    Bateman party crasher's Facebook boast leads to arrest for open warrant

    A word of advice for party crashers: Pay attention to the signage when enjoying food and drinks while uninvited. And don't boast about it on Facebook. Sean Eric Kovalick Jr., 26, was arrested on an open bench warrant for failing to appear for traffic court on Jan. 15 after he bragged on social...

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  • Celebrating dance all month long

    Baltimore County will once again host the Take a Leap Dance Celebration this year

  • A little Valentine's song and dance

    A little Valentine's song and dance

    Maryland Sings to hold dinner, concert fundraiser

  • Around the county

    Owings Mills Metro Centre to see new additions The Owings Mills Metro Centre, currently under development by Owings Mills Transit and under site management by David S. Brown Enterprises, will continue to see expansion in the near future. Coming additions include an office and retail building connected...

  • Police blotter

    Baltimore County police in the Franklin precinct recently recorded the following reported incidents, among others, in the Owings Mills and greater Reisterstown communities. Anyone with information regarding these incidents may call the Franklin precinct at 410-887-6975. Burglary Police said that...

  • Newest titles

    The following fiction and nonfiction titles will be available at Baltimore County Public Library as of Feb. 7. "Persuadable" by Al Pittampalli Despite politicians labeling their rivals as "wafflers," being flexible enough to change your mind is actually a great leadership skill. Let a hedge fund...

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