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County libraries use Pokemon Go to attract patrons

Players of the popular mobile app game Pokemon Go who visited the Towson Library on Friday caught digital monsters resembling a bat, a caterpillar and a fox. Librarians caught three college students. The Ready, Set Pokemon GO! Poke Crawl, hosted by the Baltimore County library system, enticed players...

R. Bruce Alderman Sr., of Riderwood, retired real estate lawyer, dies

R. Bruce Alderman Sr., of Riderwood, retired real estate lawyer, dies

R. Bruce Alderman Sr., a retired real estate lawyer and oenophile who was an active member of the International Wine and Food Society, died July 15 of a massive heart attack while mowing the lawn of his Riderwood home. He was 83. "I've known Bruce since I started law school in 1973," said Stephen...

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  • Towson yoga class helps Parkinson's sufferers restore mind-body connection

    Towson yoga class helps Parkinson's sufferers restore mind-body connection

    The problems began with his voice, which mysteriously started growing fainter. Then came his handwriting, which began to shrink. And when Carl Schuetz's gait became oddly halting, his then-wife asked why his strides were so uneven. Schuetz, 63, of Timonium, had developed Parkinson's disease, a...

  • Joppa Road, Oakleigh Road water mains slated for replacement

    Joppa Road, Oakleigh Road water mains slated for replacement

    By next spring, Baltimore County will have a design ready for a project to replace an 80-year-old water main on Joppa Road, a county official said Wednesday. Baltimore County's fiscal 2017 budget includes funds to design a replacement for a 12-inch water line along Joppa between Old Harford Road...

  • Timonium retailer Gramophone expands with Gaithersburg store

    Timonium retailer Gramophone expands with Gaithersburg store

    Gramophone, a high-end audio/video retailer based in Timonium, has opened a store in Gaithersburg, its third Maryland location. The family-owned business, which started in 1976, has stores on West Aylesbury Road in Timonium and on McGaw Road in Columbia. The newest store opened last month on Grovemont...

  • Towson yet to catch lottery bug for tonight's $449M drawing

    Towson yet to catch lottery bug for tonight's $449M drawing

    With tonight's Mega Millions lottery drawing at $449 million, Towson retailers are still waiting for the rush of people trying their luck. Tonight's drawing is the third biggest jackpot in the history of the Mega Millions game. The drawing is one of two big jackpots this week, with the second being...

  • Towson High student's work featured in national art exhibit

    Towson High student's work featured in national art exhibit

    A rising junior at Towson High School is being featured this summer in an exhibit highlighting young artists that currently is on display at the National Art Education Association in Alexandria, Va. Grace Sheridan, of Towson, 16, is the only student from Maryland whose work is included in the exhibit,...

  • Towson couple pulls out stops in search for missing dog

    Towson couple pulls out stops in search for missing dog

    For the past month, Bridget Quinn Stickline and her husband, Scott, of Towson, have spared little expense or time searching for their lost dog, Keeva. In addition to hiring a nonprofit that uses tracking dogs to find missing animals to aid in the search, the couple has purchased an infrared trail...

  • Baltimore County to launch police body camera program next week

    Baltimore County to launch police body camera program next week

    After more than a year of study and debate, Baltimore County police will become the latest in Maryland to wear body cameras when officers begin using the devices next week. "We are investing in this program for one simple reason: It will improve public safety," County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said...

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