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  • A. Gordon Boone Jr., retired Baltimore County judge, dies

    A. Gordon Boone Jr., retired Baltimore County judge, dies

    A. Gordon Boone Jr., a retired Baltimore County District Court judge recalled for his wit and colorful courtroom style, died of complications from dementia Sunday at the Masonic Home of Maryland. The Freeland resident was 83. "Gordon was a wonderful ambassador for the judiciary," said retired Maryland...

  • Baltimore Co. council members want to expand crackdown on college parties

    Baltimore Co. council members want to expand crackdown on college parties

    A year after passing a bill to crack down on what some call out-of-control parties in neighborhoods near Towson University, some Baltimore County Council members want to expand the area covered by the law. The pilot program enacted in 2016 aims to hold accountable not only students, but their landlords...

  • William C. Foard, owner of Valley View Farms, dies

    William C. Foard, owner of Valley View Farms, dies

    William C. "Billy" Foard, president and co-founder of Valley View Farms of Cockeysville — where he once displayed the world's largest pumpkin — died of heart disease Jan. 25 at Union Memorial Hospital. The Phoenix resident was 78. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of John B. Foard Jr. and his wife,...

  • Dulaney boys, Hereford girls capture Baltimore County indoor track titles

    Dulaney boys, Hereford girls capture Baltimore County indoor track titles

    The Hereford girls’ team set an all-time Baltimore County meet record scoring points and won its 11th straight county indoor track championship at the Fifth Regiment Armory on Tuesday night. The Bulls finished with 142 team points, breaking the previous record of 137.5 and easily outdistancing...

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