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Retirement

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  • Support groups around Howard County

    These groups meet regularly. Alzheimer's Support Group — Second Thursday, 7-9 p.m. For caregivers of Alzheimer's patients or those who have a loved one suffering from Alzheimer's. Learn about the disease, what to expect and how to cope. The Bain...
  • Arundel senior citizens wow peers with song and dance

    Arundel senior citizens wow peers with song and dance
    Decked out in her most patriotic costume, Flo Keeny arrived ready to wow the audience at an Annapolis retirement home with her part in the South County Showstoppers revue. With less than 30 minutes until curtain time, a change in the lineup had this 77-...
  • Baltimore Sun poll questions

    Job Performance 1. During Martin O’Malley’s time as governor, have things in Maryland generally (randomize): [gotten better, gotten worse, (or) stayed about the same]? Better: 25% Worse: 38% Same: 28% Not sure: 9% 2. Looking back now...
  • Former Baltimore International president sues culinary college for $5 million

    The former president of Baltimore International College is suing the embattled culinary and hospitality school for $5 million, contending that he is not receiving agreed-upon retirement benefits. Roger Chylinski, who served as president of the college...
  • Dumbarton Middle School math teacher Tony DiStefano retires after 36 years with BCPS

    Over the years, students at Dumbarton Middle School, in Towson, have sometimes asked math teacher Tony DiStefano, 60, why he's so rarely out sick. DiStefano has always told them he does stay home sick — but his identical twin serves as a...
  • Retirement living is what you make of it

    It is with considerable sadness that I read Ann Egerton's op-ed piece of moving to assisted living ("Leaving home and heading for 'the home,'" July 5). Granted, my husband and I are both still in our 60s and in good health. For the past 35 years, we...
  • After 35 years, Nowack retires

    After 35 years, Nowack retires
    Cathy Nowack has been an educator in Howard County for more than three decades, but it's a memory from early in her career that exemplifies, for her, what it means to be a teacher. "There was this little boy, a first-grader, who I could not get to read...
  • Specialist readies for retirement

    Specialist readies for retirement
    Jean Lewis was overwhelmed when she first joined the Howard County Public School System in January 1991 as the part-time parent liaison for the Black Student Achievement Program. "I remember sitting there with a yellow legal pad and a pen, in the...
  • John A. Moag Sr., CSX executive, dies

    John A. Moag Sr., CSX executive, dies
    John Andrew Moag Sr., a retired CSX executive who volunteered at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church and the Franciscan Sisters, died Tuesday from complications of a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Blakehurst retirement community...
  • Charlestown retirement community creates environment for resident artists

    Thank you for the excellent article about Bill Stromberg and the artists at Charlestown retirement community ("One-man art exhibition features many sides of life," Catonsville Times, July 6). The exhibit of 13 of his works is stunning. Due in part to...
  • Stay active and have fun in senior years

    When we first spent some time visiting and looking at various retirement communities, I remember being advised by one wise resident (who knew what he was talking about), "Don't wait too long!" Having read both Ann Egerton's op-ed ("Leaving home and...
  • Frederick Co. decides not to move forward with privatization

    The Frederick County Board of Commissioners decided Tuesday to back away from a proposal to privatize many government services, but did not rule out making such a move in the future. The board voted unanimously Tuesday to discontinue study of a report...