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  • Baltimore man charged in funeral director's death

    Baltimore County Police have charged a 20-year-old Baltimore man with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of a city funeral home director. Mark Brown Jr., of the 200 block of North Washington Street, in a neighborhood near Johns Hopkins Hospital...
  • Baltimore Orioles casket, Ravens funerals featured on ESPN

    Baltimore Orioles casket, Ravens funerals featured on ESPN
    A Baltimore funeral home  is among those featured in an ESPN campaign from Academy-Award-winning director Errol Morris that launched today. The project, which includes 15-, 30- and 60-second trailers as well as a short documentary, looks at sports-themed...
  • Joseph Russ

    Joseph Russ, a West Baltimore mortician who was active in his industry for nearly 70 years, died of heart disease April 16 at his West Baltimore home. He was 98. Born in Baltimore and raised on Brunt Street, he was a 1933 graduate of Frederick Douglass...
  • Joseph A. 'Joe' DiPaola Jr., Sun photographer

    Joseph A. 'Joe' DiPaola Jr., Sun photographer
    Joseph A. "Joe" DiPaola Jr., an award-winning Baltimore Sun photographer whose 1962 picture of the controversial nose-to-nose Preakness finish resulted in the suspension of a jockey, died Friday of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The longtime...
  • Beer, a fight, fatal gunfire

    On the night of his 44th anniversary as a Baltimore police officer, Norman Stamp drank beer at a strip club on Haven Street with members of the motorcycle club he helped found — a tight fraternity called the Chosen Sons. Shortly after midnight, a...
  • 'He had a spirit that would not give up'

    Mike Woods' death last week was much like his abbreviated NFL career with the Baltimore Colts: It went largely unnoticed. To suggest it was unlamented would be wrong, however. Very wrong. Woods' career was cut short in 1982 by an assailant's bullet that...
  • More than work drew him to Iraq

    Nick Berg was a big-hearted risk-taker - intent on making the world a better place, willing to do the heavy lifting to make that happen and daring enough to go almost anywhere to do it. As his body arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware yesterday,...
  • As child is laid to rest, questions persist

    Thick makeup camouflaged the bruises on his face, and his Ravens cap covered the injuries on his head. Surrounded in his small white casket by teddy bears and cards from his playmates, Roy Edward Lechner Jr. was laid to rest yesterday, five days shy of...
  • Cruelest mystery: death before life

    That chilly night in late October, the delivery room was so quiet. The doctor wrapped the 8-pound, 21-inch newborn girl in a pink-and-blue striped cotton blanket, pulled a matching cap over her brown hair and gently passed her to her mother. Margarete...
  • James A. Hood dies at 70; fought segregation at University of Alabama

    James A. Hood, one of two black students whose effort to enroll at the University of Alabama in June 1963 led to Gov. George Wallace's segregationist "stand in the schoolhouse door" and who later forged an unlikely friendship with the former governor, has...
  • Can pacemakers be used twice?

    Can pacemakers be used twice?
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People in developing countries with heart problems may not be able to afford new pacemakers, but a new study suggests devices removed during autopsies may have enough remaining battery life to be donated and used again....
  • Drew Peterson attends mother's funeral

    Drew Peterson attends mother's funeral
    Drew Peterson spent a few moments beside his mother's casket at a Darien funeral home this week, a low-profile visit granted by Will County Jail officials. Peterson, who last month was convicted of murdering his third wife, spent about 15 minutes at...