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Hippodrome partnership brings theater to Lansdowne High

When "Phantom of the Opera" cast member Christopher Howard tells Lansdowne High School students to do a dance move one more time, it doesn't really mean one more time. It means three or four more times, then adding another step. It means doing it with him counting out the beats, then doing it to...

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Bill would ease parking standards for Towson Circle property

Bill would ease parking standards for Towson Circle property

The Baltimore County Council on Feb. 9 was expected to consider a bill by Councilman David Marks aimed at easing parking limitations at what is currently Towson Circle. Marks' bill would revise the front, rear and side yard setback requirements, the floor area ratio requirements and the building...

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Lutherville/Timonium

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Arbutus/Lansdowne

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Cockeysville/Hunt Valley

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  • Locals brave chilly bay in Polar Bear Plunge [Cockeysville]

    Locals brave chilly bay in Polar Bear Plunge [Cockeysville]

    Cold temperatures and icy waters has once again brought us the annual Polar Bear Plunge and this year several of our Cockeysville neighbors joined in the fun. First, the brave boys of Boy Scout Troop 328 — Luke Anderson, Davey Huber, Price Marlow and Kaden Nelson — who were joined by Assistant...

  • 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...

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  • 7-Eleven on Pleasant Plains Road robbed [Towson Crime Log]

    The following is compiled from police reports from the Towson and Cockeysville precincts. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. Towson 1800 block of Edgewood Road, Feb. 3 between 7 a.m. and 8:28 p.m. Coach watch and coins stolen from...

  • When crisis strikes, neighbors pitch in [Rodgers Forge]

    Two weeks ago, my husband, Ben, faced a life-or-death medical emergency. Naturally, it was the day following an historic blizzard. Never have I been more in love with my neighborhood than over the past two weeks. The focus of this story isn't about Ben or me. This is a story of the people in this...

  • 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...

  • Testimony turns away from alibi witness to cellphone tower data in Adnan Syed hearing

    Testimony turns away from alibi witness to cellphone tower data in Adnan Syed hearing

    A woman who says she can offer an alibi for Adnan Syed, the convicted murderer whose case was the focus of the popular "Serial" podcast, brushed off suggestions Thursday from an attorney for the state that Syed had influenced her account. Asia McClain, Syed's former Woodlawn High School classmate,...

Community Times

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  • Bearing skin for NF research

    Hundreds set to participate in annual Undie Run to support the Children's Tumor Foundation

  • A trip to Wonderland

    A trip to Wonderland

    Open Space Arts to present production of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

  • 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. Assault Police said that...

  • Around the county

    Awards deadline extended Because of Winter Storm Jonas, the Baltimore County Commission for Women has extended the nomination deadline 15 for its annual Woman of the Year and Young Woman of the Year awards one week, from Feb. 8 to Feb. 15. Honorees will be notified after Feb. 15, and the awards...

  • Pets of the week

    Ella is a sweet, intelligent dog who loves meeting new people. She knows commands such as "sit" and "paw," and is very willing to learn more. She likes playing with squeaky toys, but her favorite activity is spending time around people. She is available for adoption for $100. Fonzi is a quiet,...

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