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Chicken Shak offers Reisterstown a down-home eatery

Chicken Shak opened on Reisterstown's Main Street in late February, generally a slow time in the restaurant industry. The owners timed the launch intentionally; thin crowds would give the new dining spot time to work out any potential kinks. But as is the case with many best-laid plans, this one...

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Timonium woman operates unique summer camp for aspiring harpists

Timonium woman operates unique summer camp for aspiring harpists

Jacqueline Pollauf is a slight woman with an open face and a quiet, soothing voice who uses her delicate hands in a manner of graceful expression when she speaks — and plays the harp. Pollauf, a Timonium resident who trained in her instrument at The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University,...

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  • Warren G. Sody, veteran of D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, dies

    Warren G. Sody, veteran of D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, dies

    Warren G. Sody, a World War II infantryman who parachuted behind enemy lines on D-Day and later fought at the Battle of the Bulge at Bastonge, Belgium, died Tuesday from respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The former Mays Chapel resident was 93. The son of John J. Sody and Anna...

  • Khizr Khan brings message of citizens' rights to Baltimore County

    Khizr Khan brings message of citizens' rights to Baltimore County

    Khizr Khan, the father of an Army soldier killed in 2004 Iraq who rocketed to political fame after he criticized Donald Trump last summer at the Democratic National Convention, spoke at a rally in Towson on Wednesday about the need to uphold America's democratic values. Khan was the headliner of...

  • Eda G. Mahan, retired auditor, dies

    Eda G. Mahan, retired auditor, dies

    Eda G. Mahan, a retired auditor and Baltimore Colts fan whose lavish Christmas breakfasts drew family members near and far, died July 4 in her sleep at a daughter's home in Sparks. She was 97. The daughter of Salvatore Dellospedale and Maria Pecora Dellospedale, Italian immigrants, the former Eda...

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  • Stevie Hansen's spirit lives on in award [Cockeysville]

    Stevie Hansen's spirit lives on in award [Cockeysville]

    For more than a decade, the Stevie Hansen Spirit Award has been given to a young Cockeysville Recreation Council baseball player who embodies qualities that make them an outstanding player and teammate. Named for Stevie Hansen, a young boy from Springlake who succumbed to brain and spinal cord...

  • At trio of Towson-area locations, Misty Valley Farms offers season's bounty

    At trio of Towson-area locations, Misty Valley Farms offers season's bounty

    During the spring and early summer, Mark Fleischmann, the co-owner of Misty Valley Farms, must rise well before dawn each day and drive to Maryland's Eastern Shore — then turn around and drive right back to Cockeysville on the same morning. The trip is necessary to keep the three produce stands...

  • Ukazoo Books to reopen on Loch Raven Boulevard

    Ukazoo Books to reopen on Loch Raven Boulevard

    Ukazoo Books, a buyer and seller of new and used books and a fixture in Towson since 2007, is reopening near the corner of Loch Raven Boulevard and Joppa Road Wednesday. The store closed its Dulaney Plaza store in December after losing its lease. The former Ukazoo space is now a remodeled Race...

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  • In new deal, Ravens to enter 'mixed reality' with holographic players

    In new deal, Ravens to enter 'mixed reality' with holographic players

    An animated, life-sized 3-D image of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger appears in an otherwise vacant office in Towson with bare walls and a concrete floor. Visible only through a special lens, he is surrounded by his teammates in their familiar white, black and gold on a “field”...

  • Towson crime log

    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. 6300 block, York Road. July 8 between 1:37 a.m. and 7:35 a.m. Boston Market entered without force. Cash stolen from locked safe in a locked...

  • Kirkland's now open in Towson

    Kirkland's now open in Towson

    Kirkland’s Inc. has opened a store in Towson, the home decor retailer’s second Baltimore-area location. The new store is located in Goucher Commons at 803 Goucher Boulevard. Kirkland’s sells indoor and outdoor furniture, framed art, mirrors, lamps, picture frames, accent rugs, candles, garden accessories,...

  • Curtain falls on manager's 46-year career at a Catonsville music shop

    Curtain falls on manager's 46-year career at a Catonsville music shop

    Jim Mays helped Bill's Music expand

  • Man wanted in six Baltimore-area robberies arrested in Pennsylvania

    Man wanted in six Baltimore-area robberies arrested in Pennsylvania

    A man wanted in connection with six robberies in Baltimore County, Baltimore City and Carroll County was arrested in Pennsylvania on Friday morning. Baltimore County police said Jesse Lee Fisher, 28, faces charges for the alleged armed robberies of an Essex 7-Eleven on June 29, a Middle River 7-Eleven...

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