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  • Meeting on planned Bel Air retirement community draws 400

    Meeting on planned Bel Air retirement community draws 400
    At least 400 people jammed a middle-school auditorium in Bel Air Monday night to express their views, most of which were critical, about a plan to develop what would be Harford County's largest continuing care retirement community. Most of what was...
  • Charles E. Lamb, noted architect

    Charles E. Lamb, noted architect
    Charles Edwin Lamb, an architect of forward-looking, modernist structures and a founder of the RTKL firm, died of complications of Parkinson's disease Dec. 12 at the Heron Point Retirement Community in Chestertown. He was 87 and had lived in Baltimore and...
  • Charles Lamb, neighborhood benefactor [Letter]

    Charles Lamb, neighborhood benefactor [Letter]
    I want to add a dimension about Charlie Lamb that did not appear in Jacques Kelly's obituary ("Charles E. Lamb, noted architect," Jan 9). In addition to being a founder of the architectural firm RTKL, he was a founder and benefactor of the non-profit...
  • School board approves plans for new Wilde Lake Middle School

    School board approves plans for new Wilde Lake Middle School
    The village of Wilde Lake will soon be getting a new middle school. The Howard County Board of Education last week voted unanimously to replace Wilde Lake Middle School — the county's oldest middle school — with a new facility that would open...
  • Grassroots opens cold-weather shelter program

    Grassroots opens cold-weather shelter program
    The 11th season of the Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center's cold-weather shelter program got underway last week and will continue through March 30 at alternating Howard County faith communities. The shelter program is designed for people who cannot...
  • Remember Baltimore's 'Rosies'

    Remember Baltimore's 'Rosies'
    From Michigan comes the news that the Willow Run bomber factory outside Detroit is to be demolished. One of the best-known factories that transformed the United States into "the Arsenal of Democracy" during World War II, Willow Run is also said to be...
  • Calvert Court a desired residence since 1915

    Calvert Court a desired residence since 1915
    The Calvert Court apartment house has stood at the southwest corner of North Calvert and 31st streets since 1915, and in recognition of its coming centenary, residents recently chose to honor its architect, Edward Hughes Glidden, with a plaque. When...
  • Havre de Grace residents discuss what they want in a library

    Havre de Grace residents discuss what they want in a library
    What does a public library mean to a town? How should it look? And what should it include? On Wednesday evening, close to 30 people came to the Havre de Grace Activity Center to offer their ideas and input on those questions for a new Havre de Grace...
  • Hidden Maryland: State House dome

    Hidden Maryland: State House dome
    A two-inch-thick steel door secured by a padlock hides an exclusive gem of Maryland history. Only 10 people have keys. Nine of them work to protect the governor. Behind that door, more than 140 narrow wooden steps wind upward to a spectaular vista...
  • Point man on harbor development confronts controversy

    Point man on harbor development confronts controversy
    When developer Michael Beatty comes home from a hard day of reshaping the city's skyline, first with Harbor East and now with its neighbor, Harbor Point, he relaxes by cooking. "I love seeing projects through, but they take so long to get done,"...
  • Long-awaited renovation brings new life to Old St. Paul's

    Long-awaited renovation brings new life to Old St. Paul's
    The Rev. Mark Stanley loves his work as rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church on North Charles Street, but during his first eight years on the job, he had a problem. The lighting in the historic building was so poor, the color of the walls and ceiling...
  • Baltimore architecture merits praise

    A news story and a Dan Rodricks' column about the marvels of Baltimore buildings in one day — my cup runneth over ("New colors for old church" and "Let your eyes wander to see city shine," Sept. 12)! I'm not from the city, but the magnificence of...