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Soon local residents may hear music being performed outdoors in the vicinity of Padonia Road. Dulaney High School's marching band, under the direction of Barry Chesky, will hold band camp at the school from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the two weeks beginning...
Tags: Timonium, Charity, Blood, Music Industry, Music
An early morning fire at a Randallstown apartment complex has displaced 16 people and damaged 12 units. One firefighter from the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company received minor injuries and has been treated and released from an area hospital....
Tags: Pikesville, Fires, Charity, Randallstown
The Anne Arundel County Council is considering requiring pool operators to keep defibrillators among their safety equipment. "The most important job of government is to protect public health and safety, and this legislation is a common-sense solution...
Evelyn S. Coyle, who owned and operated a northern Baltimore County farm with her husband and was a longtime volunteer at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, died Saturday of heart failure at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She...
Policy changes within the Volunteer Office of the Baltimore County Department of Social Services have altered the county's flagship donation drives for families in need, leaving at least one local volunteer wondering whether the county's neediest...
Efforts continue in Harford County to collect donations of food, clothes and other essentials for victims of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey and New York. The Susquehanna Hose Company of Havre de Grace sent one truckload of donations north to New York on...
Melville Chapel United Methodist Church is hosting its annual Homemade Ice Cream Social and Everything Hot Dogs Aug. 12 at the church fellowship hall, 5660 Furnace Avenue. Festivities begin at 1 p.m. and goodwill offerings are accepted in lieu of a set...
Happy Wednesday! Here we go with episode three: Chefs enter the kitchen still reeling over the wedding mayhem of last week. Quickfire presents a giant ice bar laced with every seafood imaginable. The catch of the day (har har) -- the chefs cannot use...
Pages from the Past: Man who left infant son 18 years ago returns to Catonsville for reunion in 1912An article in the Aug. 10, 1912 edition of The Argus reported on a father's return after 18 years on a Wyoming cattle ranch. Warren Crosby, of Buffalo, Wyo., who was formerly of Catonsville, has just returned home, after an absence of 18 years, to find...
The region's Red Cross chapter says the union representing 50 employees involved in blood drive operations has threatened to strike next Friday if a new contract is not reached. Teamsters Local 311 sent a letter of intent to the Greater Chesapeake and...
St. Augustine Boy Scout Troop 1111, Elkridge, went on a life-changing summer trek through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, N.M. The ranch covers 214 square miles of vast wilderness with trails that climb from 6,500 to...
A growing media and resource company in the city is again shining a light on women who are making a difference in their communities, excelling professionally and offering their lives of service as examples for others to emulate. Monyka Berrocosa, founder...
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