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Construction on Radebaugh Park in Towson expected to start in July

Construction on Radebaugh Park in Towson expected to start in July

After three years of discussion, plans for Radebaugh Park, in Towson, will move forward as early as this spring. The small park, named after the fourth-generation Radebaugh family florist that sold the land on which the park will be built, is planned for Towson’s Aigburth Manor. Baltimore County...

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  • 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...

  • Hogan's visit to Baltimore County touches on both government and politics

    Hogan's visit to Baltimore County touches on both government and politics

    Gov. Larry Hogan and top aides took the capital to Baltimore County on Monday, holding a “regional cabinet meeting” and then fanning out to make dozens of stops across the county. The governor said the day was intended to forge connections with county residents, but political analysts say it also...

  • Wintertide Art Show to showcase young Arbutus artists

    Wintertide Art Show to showcase young Arbutus artists

    Five years ago, as Arlene Barry settled into her new position as a full-time librarian at the Arbutus Library, she began brainstorming ways to reach out to local schools. “I see the library as building a relationship with students and adults to spur more creativity,” Barry said. “And from that...

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  • Jean Roberts honored for her stellar fire service in Cockeysville

    Jean Roberts honored for her stellar fire service in Cockeysville

    The Cockeysville Volunteer Fire Company (CVFC) is a community-supported fire department with a dedicated volunteer force. Many of them are long-standing members of the CVFC and past President Jean Roberts was recently awarded the 2018 Appreciation of Service plaque for her 39 years of service....

  • 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...

  • Emery T. Cleaves, former director of the Maryland Geological Survey, dies

    Emery T. Cleaves, former director of the Maryland Geological Survey, dies

    Emery T. Cleaves, a geologist who spent his entire career with the Maryland Geological Survey, including a long period as its director, died Feb. 4 from complications of dementia at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. He was 81. “Emery was very well liked and respected among a lot...

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  • Towson area crime log

    The following is compiled from local police reports. It is our policy to provide identification when there is enough information to make identification possible. Towson: Edgeclift Road, Unit block. Between Feb. 3 at 2 p.m. and Feb. 13 at 5:45 p.m. Home entered through broken bathroom window. Nothing...

  • Gunther Wertheimer, businessman and freelance writer, dies

    Gunther Wertheimer, businessman and freelance writer, dies

    Gunther Wertheimer, a former partner in Seaview Construction and Mid-Atlantic Builders who was also a free-lance writer and art collector, died Feb. 13 from recurrent lymphoma at his Edenwald Retirement Community home in Towson. The longtime Mount Washington resident was 92. “Gunther read voluminously...

  • In closing arguments, lawyers for Korryn Gaines' family ask $42M in Baltimore County police shooting

    In closing arguments, lawyers for Korryn Gaines' family ask $42M in Baltimore County police shooting

    Lawyers representing the family of Korryn Gaines, who was fatally shot by a Baltimore County police officer in 2016 during a six-hour standoff, told the jury in their civil case Thursday that they are seeking more than $42 million in damages. For most of the day in Baltimore County Circuit Court,...

  • Lawrence A. 'Larry' Melfa, a longtime Towson lawyer and active church member, dies

    Lawrence A. 'Larry' Melfa, a longtime Towson lawyer and active church member, dies

    Lawrence A. “Larry” Melfa, a longtime Towson attorney and an active member of his church, died from a heart attack Sunday at his Ruxton home. He was 72. “Larry was a wonderful human being and an honorable guy. He was a man of integrity,” said Robert D. Kalinoski, a partner in Kalinoski & Riordan...

  • Catonsville High senior named county "Young Woman of the Year"

    Catonsville High senior named county "Young Woman of the Year"

    About three years ago, Gabriella McLean was volunteering at the Night of Peace Family Shelter in Windsor Mill when she saw a little girl wearing the red plaid dress she used to own. The Catonsville High School student, then a freshman, had worn that dress for her first day of middle school, before...

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