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  • Looking back on good times, troubled times at Gwynn Oak Park [Reisterstown]

    Looking back on good times, troubled times at Gwynn Oak Park [Reisterstown]
    Do you remember Gwynn Oak Junction? Then you may have gone to the movies at what was the Ambassador Theatre, bought your groceries at Schreiber's, purchased your very first Halloween costume at Read's, spent your allowance at Ben Franklin, and gotten your...
  • Tremont soon to relaunch as Embassy Suites

    Tremont soon to relaunch as Embassy Suites
    The prior owner planned to convert a 37-story hotel towering over St. Paul Street into apartment and long-term stay suites, but a new owner decided to invest $14 million in a renovation and keep it a hotel. The Tremont Plaza Hotel, which has been called...
  • Water Run 5K in HdG to benefit Africa

    Harford County residents gathered in Havre de Grace Saturday for the in support of the Harford County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.'s international wellness event, "Walk on Water 5K Walk/Run." The event was to bring attention to...
  • Daniel Baker, Alex. Brown partner

    Daniel Baker, Alex. Brown partner
    Daniel Baker, a former general partner at Alex. Brown & Sons who headed the firm's institutional sales department and in retirement managed a family farm, died May 19 of cancer at his Ruxton home. He was 82. "Dan was one of the true gentlemen in the...
  • Baseball game with foul language broken up in Aberdeen [Police Blotter]

    Aberdeen Robin L. Graver, 22, of the 600 block of Plater Street, was charged Saturday with possessing a drug other than marijuana. Joe A. Epps, 25, whose address is listed as a post office box, was charged Saturday with possessing a drug other than...
  • With ankle injury, Alex Len misses chance to 'skyrocket' to top of NBA draft, agent says

    With ankle injury, Alex Len misses chance to 'skyrocket' to top of NBA draft, agent says
    In Mike Lelchitski's office at Sports International Group, Inc., the company his father, Boris, founded more than a decade ago after emigrating to the United States from Russia, there is a framed panoramic shot of Comcast Center from the first men's...
  • New GTC director excited about future of Towson

    New GTC director excited about future of Towson
    The Greater Towson Committee's new executive director couldn't be happier with the direction her hometown is heading. "I just think (Towson) is always continuing to grow and always continuing to change," Katie Chasney Pinheiro, the newly appointed...
  • Towson as college town?

    Towson as college town?
    The proposed $60 million apartment-and-retail development proposed for the Towson Triangle is dredging up an old ambivalence about the character of the Baltimore County seat. Is it a college town? A community for families and children? A commercial...
  • 'Accidental Racist,' willful ignorance

    'Accidental Racist,' willful ignorance
    There are many things to say about Brad Paisley's new song. The country music giant is under fire for "Accidental Racist," about a Starbucks employee who objects to Mr. Paisley's Confederate battle flag shirt. The song, Mr. Paisley's attempt to...
  • Arbutus chocolate shop to open thanks to change in county law

    Arbutus chocolate shop to open thanks to change in county law
    Move over Willy Wonka, Jama Cocoa has arrived in Arbutus. Jamasen Rodriguez, a sophomore at Johns Hopkins University, and three of his classmates have started a chocolate-making business that will open in Arbutus in the spring. No exact date has...
  • Kentucky Derby impressions: Last time on the track before the draw

    Kentucky Derby impressions: Last time on the track before the draw
    Crowds are beginning to swell here at Churchill Downs. "They let everybody in here," said Hamilton Smith, the long-time Laurel Park fixture who has a horse in the Kentucky Derby for the first time. "Just look at 'em." Indeed, there was a Blood Mary or...
  • Baltimore theater companies in a building boom

    Baltimore theater companies in a building boom
    Vincent Lancisi stands in a pile of rubble sweating under his hard hat, while all around him — board by board, pipe by pipe and hammer blow by hammer blow — a theater is taking shape. It's still nearly eight months until the opening of...