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Reward increased for info on hit-and-run that killed bicyclist

Reward increased for info on hit-and-run that killed bicyclist

The reward for information about the driver who struck and killed a bicyclist in Towson in June has been increased to $5,000. Aaron Laciny, 20, of South Baltimore, who had been a summer intern at a Johns Hopkins engineering lab, was killed on June 19 as he rode his bike on Charles Street south...

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  • Raising their voices: Hymn sings remain a summer tradition at Emory Grove

    Raising their voices: Hymn sings remain a summer tradition at Emory Grove

    A bell peals calling the faithful to gather under an open-air Tabernacle in front of a stage bedecked with green bunting. Thick green hymn books are passed out to attendees seated on sturdy wooden benches. Volunteers place lemonade and snacks on long tables. Every summer for 43 years, this scene...

  • Glyndon Swim Club holds 'family' appeal for members

    Glyndon Swim Club holds 'family' appeal for members

    Milton Dodge and his family often go to the Glyndon Swim Club to relax, especially on work nights in the summer. The Glyndon resident and his wife and two children will also head there on the weekends to simply chill out. Dodge said they will arrive at the club three to four times a week as they...

  • County libraries launch on-demand video streaming

    County libraries launch on-demand video streaming

    Movie lovers in Baltimore County — who also are library patrons — now have a place from which to access movies and other video entertainment on demand for free. The Baltimore County Public Library system announced last week that it has added a new video streaming service called Kanopy to its digital...

  • Chicken Shak offers Reisterstown a down-home eatery

    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...

  • Hogan visits Stevenson University to tout transfer of former Rosewood Center property

    Hogan visits Stevenson University to tout transfer of former Rosewood Center property

    Gov. Larry Hogan visited Stevenson University in Owings Mills Thursday to mark the planned transfer of the state-owned Rosewood Center property to the growing school. "It's been a long time coming," Hogan told Stevenson employees and students who gathered on campus to celebrate the deal, which will...

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  • Restaurant Week approaches with seven stops in Towson

    Restaurant Week approaches with seven stops in Towson

    After a few years of participating in Baltimore County Restaurant Week, Michael Velleggia, general manager of Towson Tavern, said he decided to forgo the twice-a-year promotion last year because he thought he could do without it. Now with a new chef at the helm of the downtown Towson restaurant,...

  • Planet Fitness to open Towson-area location in September

    Planet Fitness to open Towson-area location in September

    Planet Fitness will open its first Towson-area location this fall, a company representative said Tuesday. If all goes as planned, the fitness chain, which offers monthly memberships, will open a gym in the Hillendale Shopping Center, at Loch Raven Boulevard and Taylor Avenue, in September, according...

  • 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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  • Paul M. Dubeau, retired banker, dies

    Paul M. Dubeau, retired banker, dies

    Paul M. Dubeau, who rose from a bank teller to become vice president of the old Baltimore Federal Savings and Loan Association, died Aug. 13 of congestive heart failure at his Rodgers Forge home. He was 86. Paul Marshall Dubeau was the son of Archibald Dubeau, an Olin Mathieson chemist and salesman,...

  • Trio fly high in earning Eagle Scout rank [Towson]

    Trio fly high in earning Eagle Scout rank [Towson]

    Three more Eagles have landed in Towson! Boy Scout Troop 742 celebrated the advancement of Joshua Meoli, Alexander Meoli, and Lorenzo Pavoni as they received their Eagle Scout Awards during a July 16 ceremony at Babcock Presbyterian Church, in Towson. "This is a culmination of all of their scouting...

  • Crime log

    The following is compiled from local police reports. It is our policy to include a description when there is enough information to make identification possible. Hopkins Road, 300 block. Between Aug. 4 at 10:30 p.m. and Aug. 5 at 8:30 a.m. First floor windows of two residences opened but nothing...

  • William H. 'Bud' Waesche Sr., longtime football and lacrosse coach, dies

    William H. 'Bud' Waesche Sr., longtime football and lacrosse coach, dies

    William H. “Bud” Waesche Sr., a longtime football and swim team coach at Merganthaler Vocational-Technical High School who also coached lacrosse at the University of Baltimore, died July 21 from cancer at the Community Hospice Anne and Donald McGraw Center for Caring in Jacksonville, Fla. The former...

  • Sprindale Stars swim to successful season [Cockeysville]

    Sprindale Stars swim to successful season [Cockeysville]

    Summer conjures images of hours spent by the pool, and for many of our children that means it's time for swim team! At Springdale Swim Club, in Cockeysville, more than seventy young swimmers spent thier summer mornings and evenings swimming laps, working on their strokes and competing against other...

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