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  • McCormick & Co. announces new CFO

    McCormick & Co. announces new CFO

    Spice maker McCormick & Co. Inc. has promoted executive Michael R. Smith to chief financial officer as of Sept. 1 in advance of CFO Gordon M. Stetz's planned retirement this year. Smith, who also will become an executive vice president, joined the company in 1991. He is currently senior vice president...

  • Woman reported missing in Pa. found dead in Sparks; boyfriend charged

    Woman reported missing in Pa. found dead in Sparks; boyfriend charged

    A Pennsylvania man is charged with first-degree murder in Baltimore County after his girlfriend was found dead near Interstate 83 in the Sparks area. County homicide detectives found the body of 30-year-old Rebekah Jea Strausbaugh, of Red Lion, Pa., on Monday night in the woods in the 15500 block...

  • Theodore B. Reichhart, mortgage banker, dies

    Theodore B. Reichhart, mortgage banker, dies

    Theodore B. Reichhart, a mortgage banker and recreation council coach, died of brain cancer June 17 at his parents' farm in Sparks. He was 37. The son of Theodore E. "Chip" Reichhart, a mortgage banker, and Susan Hessler Reichhart, an interior designer, Theodore Brett Reichhart was born in Baltimore...

  • Charles E. Rappold, retired WMAR engineer and television pioneer, dies

    Charles E. Rappold, retired WMAR engineer and television pioneer, dies

    Charles Edward Rappold, a WMAR-TV engineer and local broadcasting pioneer, died of Alzheimer's disease June 19 at Brookdale Assisted Living in Towson. The Glen Arm resident was 92. Born in Baltimore and raised near Clifton Park, he was the son of Charles Christian Rappold, who owned a jitney service...

  • Hereford branch library reopens after $3 million makeover, doubling of size

    Hereford branch library reopens after $3 million makeover, doubling of size

    With a new 3D printer on board, one Hereford resident could be designing his or her next science project. Another might be looking through a color palette for the final touches on a painting. Others simply could be getting comfortable with a favorite book open in their laps. All of these activities...

  • Baltimore County school board will consider new policy on heat closures

    Baltimore County school board will consider new policy on heat closures

    After years of pressure by parents and community leaders angered over the high summer temperatures in some Baltimore County schools, the school board is considering a new policy that would shut schools more frequently in hot weather. When the heat index is forecast to rise above 90 degrees by 11...

  • Hereford library reopens after $3M renovation

    Hereford library reopens after $3M renovation

    Children waving pompons celebrated the reopening of the Hereford library branch on Tuesday, following a $3 million renovation. The library branch on York Road in northern Baltimore County had been closed since last summer, when a water pipe broke and flooded the building. That led Baltimore County...

  • Judge John P. Rellas, former Baltimore County district judge, dies

    Judge John P. Rellas, former Baltimore County district judge, dies

    John P. Rellas, a retired Maryland District Court judge for Baltimore County admired for his courtroom demeanor, died of pneumonia June 6 at Stella Maris Hospice. The resident of the Phoenix section of Baltimore County was 89. Born in Nashua, N.H., he was the son of Pericles Rellas, who owned a...

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