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On Valentine's Day, one Towson couple's 66 year love story

On Valentine's Day, one Towson couple's 66 year love story

When David Ross and Phyllis Cheek met in 1949 it wasn’t exactly love at first sight. The University of Maryland students enjoyed each other’s company after getting set up on a blind date by friends, but when after a year of dating David Ross attempted to seal the deal by giving the young Kappa...

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  • Closing arguments in Korryn Gaines civil trial against Baltimore County police set for Thursday

    Closing arguments in Korryn Gaines civil trial against Baltimore County police set for Thursday

    Lawyers are expected to spend all day Thursday making closing in arguments in a civil lawsuit filed by the family of Korryn Gaines against the Baltimore County government and the police officer who fatally shot her in 2016.

  • State Del. Lam to run for Senate seat

    State Del. Lam to run for Senate seat

    Del. Clarence Lam will run for the District 12 seat in the Maryland legislature being vacated by longtime state Sen. Edward Kasemeyer. The decision to run, Lam said, was made in collaboration with the other two delegates who represent the district, Terri Hill and Eric Ebersole. “What was a priority...

  • Fifty Shades of Pink: Arbutus, Catonsville celebrate Valentine's Day

    Fifty Shades of Pink: Arbutus, Catonsville celebrate Valentine's Day

    Twenty minutes before the doors were set to open, a long line of women snaked outside the Hollywood Cinema in Arbutus, beside a poster that said: “DON’T MISS THE CLIMAX.” It was less than a week before Valentine’s Day, and some of the women had plans — one said she hoped her husband would get her...

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  • Marjorie F. Scott, Quaker and community activist, dies

    Marjorie F. Scott, Quaker and community activist, dies

    Marjorie F. Scott, a community activist who had been executive secretary of the Baltimore office of the American Friends Service Committee, died of heart failure Feb. 8 at her home in the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She was 94. Marjorie Forbush was born in Baltimore, the daughter...

  • Joseph C. Wich Jr., longtime Towson-area attorney, dies

    Joseph C. Wich Jr., longtime Towson-area attorney, dies

    Joseph C. Wich Jr., a retired Towson attorney who had been a partner in the litigation division of the Venable firm, died of cancer Feb. 3 at his Hunt Valley home. He was 70. Born in Baltimore and raised in Wiltondale, he was the son of Dr. J. Carlton Wich, a pediatrician, and his wife Elizabeth...

  • Dulaney High sophomore already making her mark in art world

    Dulaney High sophomore already making her mark in art world

    For someone so young, Katie Ator is already well on her way to becoming an accomplished artist. A 15-year-old sophomore at Dulaney High School, Katie has one of her most recent works currently on display at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore as a part of its 10th annual High School Juried...

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