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Rodgers Forge students serve as muse for local author

Rodgers Forge students serve as muse for local author

Rodgers Forge can proudly claim another published author as a resident! Frances Schoonmaker’s debut novel, “The Black Alabaster Box,” a story of adventure, hardship, and magic on the Santa Fe Trail, was released by Auctus Publishers last month. On April 9, Schoonmaker, appeared at Rodgers Forge...

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  • Dr. Bernard McGibbon, physician and plastic surgeon, dies

    Dr. Bernard McGibbon, physician and plastic surgeon, dies

    Dr. Bernard Michael McGibbon, a retired surgeon who practiced at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center and was known for his skill in reconstructive procedures, died of pneumonia complications April 18 at his Timonium home. He was 86. Born in London, England, he was the son of George McGibbon, a...

  • Mary J. 'Huff' Kane, registered nurse, dies

    Mary J. 'Huff' Kane, registered nurse, dies

    Mary J. “Huff” Kane, a retired registered nurse who took great pride in her Irish heritage, died Sunday in her sleep at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. She was 87. Mary Jane McCarthy was born in Baltimore and raised in the 2700 block of W. Baltimore Street. She was the daughter of a musician,...

  • Michael E. 'Mike' Badolato Sr., bond manager, dies

    Michael E. 'Mike' Badolato Sr., bond manager, dies

    Michael E. “Mike” Badolato Sr., a retired insurance company bond manager and World War II veteran, died Thursday from complications of strokes at Palmettos of Garden City in Murrells Inlet, S.C. The former Lutherville resident was 92. Michael Edward Badolato was the son of Michael Badolato and...

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  • Complex projects mark the occasion at 63rd science fair

    Complex projects mark the occasion at 63rd science fair

    Science fairs conjure up memories of exploding volcanoes, solar system models and plant experiments, but these days the projects are much more meaningful and complex, especially those on display at the 63rd annual Baltimore Science Fair, which was held at Towson University on March 24 and 25. Projects...

  • Baltimore County police identify Towson double homicide victims

    Baltimore County police identify Towson double homicide victims

    Baltimore County Police released the names on Wednesday of the two city men who were found dead Monday in an apartment on Lambourne Road in Towson. The victims were identified as Stanley B. Brunson Jr., 29, of the 1500 block of E. Northern Parkway, and Shameek Davone Joyner, 28, of the 5300 block...

  • Baltimore County Council hears no criticism of deal to sell site of 'tree-gate,' Royal Farms controversies

    Baltimore County Council hears no criticism of deal to sell site of 'tree-gate,' Royal Farms controversies

    A proposal to significantly cut the sales price of a county-owned property in Towson that’s being sold for private development sailed through a Baltimore County Council work session on Tuesday. Only the head of Towson’s Chamber of Commerce spoke during a public hearing on the plan, which involves...

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