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  • Richardson home, site of 2012 murder, sells for $126,500

    Richardson home, site of 2012 murder, sells for $126,500
    The Bel Air home of the Robert C. Richardson family, whose patriarch was killed two years ago by his teenage son after what he claimed was years of abuse by his father, was sold Thursday morning at public auction for $115,000. The highest bid, from a man...
  • Damien Berry's, Jamie Sharper's Super Bowl rings sold at auction

    Damien Berry's, Jamie Sharper's Super Bowl rings sold at auction
    Former Ravens running back Damien Berry's Super Bowl XLVII ring has been sold for $43,008, according to Goldin Auctions. A former reserve player from the University of Miami who spent the 2012 season on injured reserve, Berry sold his ring and it was...
  • Premiere night is smash hit for refurbished Senator Theatre

    Premiere night is smash hit for refurbished Senator Theatre
    The searchlights shone, the crowds teemed and a movie unspooled again Thursday night at North Baltimore's Senator Theatre, as the city's most beloved cinema house, refreshed and expanded, reopened after 18 months of darkness. And the crowd loved it,...
  • Title to Renoir painting stolen in 1951 awarded to Baltimore Museum of Art

    Title to Renoir painting stolen in 1951 awarded to Baltimore Museum of Art
    A tiny water view painted by Pierre-Auguste Renoir is finally headed back to the city where a judge has ruled that it belongs — 62 years, one month and 24 days after it was reported stolen from the Baltimore Museum of Art. During a hearing Friday,...
  • Bel Air's 'Brick House' remains on market

    Bel Air's 'Brick House' remains on market
    A historic Bel Air-area home, dating back to the 1830s, remains on the market after its owner was not able to sell it at auction Saturday. The home at 501 W. Gordon St. was not sold during the auction, which about 40 to 50 people attended, because the...
  • Baltimore Museum of Art asks judge to dismiss woman's claims to Renoir painting

    Baltimore Museum of Art asks judge to dismiss woman's claims to Renoir painting
    The question of who owns a tiny Renoir landscape of the River Seine may rest on a four-page handwritten letter penned 78 years ago by a middle-aged woman in a bad mood. The letter, by the Baltimore art collector Saidie A. May, is reprinted verbatim as...
  • Laurel churches hold concerts, bazaars, holiday programs

    Women of Faith Christmas — Second annual event hosted by Hope Baptist Church, simulcast from Dallas, Texas, Friday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m., at 8801 Stephens Road. Doors open at 7 p.m. Simulcast includes speakers Sheila Welsh, Lisa Harper, Max Lucado, Rick...
  • Kangaroo Kids a hit in Macy's Thanksgiving Parade [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Kangaroo Kids a hit in Macy's Thanksgiving Parade [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]
    While you were watching Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade this year, you might have seen some of our neighbors. Sixteen members of the Kangaroo Kids Precision Jump Rope Team jumped for almost three miles along the parade route from Central Park to Herald...
  • Festival of Wreaths raises $15,700 for Carroll Arts Council

    Festival of Wreaths raises $15,700 for Carroll Arts Council
    The 16th annual Festival of Wreaths at the Carroll Arts Center attracted about 2,500 visitors and a silent auction raised about $15,700 for the Arts Council. The Arts Center announced the attendance and fundraising results along with the annual events'...
  • Wind leases off Maryland coast proposed

    Wind leases off Maryland coast proposed
    Federal officials announced plans Tuesday to auction the rights to build industrial wind turbines off Maryland's Atlantic coast — a move hailed by many environmentalists and some businesses as the first step toward a new green industry but...
  • Recalling the days when Savage was Santa's Maryland home

    Recalling the days when Savage was Santa's Maryland home
    If Santa Claus had ever contemplated expanding his toy-making empire from the North Pole to a more strategic hub closer to the nation's capital, he might have found the mill town of Savage to his liking in 1948. That was the promotional gimmick that a...
  • St. Vincent's Villa children enjoy summer; seafood lovers look forward to Stella Maris' fall crab feast [column]

    It's hard to believe that the month of August is already here and that in a few weeks schools in the county will be starting up . This summer has been a very busy one for the children at St. Vincent's Villa (a residential treatment center) who enjoyed...