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  • Grandparents can learn a lot about grandparenting from Amy Goyer

    At a recent meeting I attended, a name surfaced as a resource and possible speaker for a future caregiving forum. The individual's name is Amy Goyer, author and multigenerational family expert. It turns out that Goyer wears many hats for AARP, formerly...
  • Q&A: Why bank reforms lead to bank fees

    Q&A: Why bank reforms lead to bank fees
    The first reports of big banks instituting new fees for using debit cards and for certain checking accounts really riled customers. Clifford Rossi, a professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, is well suited to...
  • Perry Hall: PHIA sets slate for officers, board members

    At almost 65 years old, the Perry Hall Improvement Association (PHIA), is one of the oldest and largest civic groups in NortheastBaltimore County. Pursuant to the bylaws of the PHIA, the Nominations Committee has offered the following slate of officers...
  • Ripley's Believe It or Not! plans for Harborplace draw concern

    Ripley's Believe It or Not! plans for Harborplace draw concern
    If Ripley's Believe It or Not! opens a proposed "odditorium" museum at the Inner Harbor, it will be hard to miss. To lure visitors to its collection of "amazing exhibits" and "unbelievable & genuine artifacts from around the globe," the Orlando, Fla.-...
  • Ways to trim your bill at grocery store

    There's a lot of things you can cut out of your budget in cash-strapped times: cable, movies, nights out on the town. Other things you can't give up. After all, you're not going to stop eating just because there's a recession. But there are ways to trim...
  • Rural turned suburban

    In March 1956, the small community of Ferndale still had enough rural flavor that James Lacy could fish and hunt there after his family moved to the Glen Burnie subdivision from Baltimore. Lacy, now 65, said it wasn't long before the neighborhood began...
  • A welcoming waterfront community

    Known as the "Pride of the Gunpowder," the community of Oliver Beach in Chase is nestled in the far southeastern corner of Baltimore County. The residential waterfront neighborhood of about 500 homes boasts beautiful views of the Gunpowder River at the...
  • Chief Hideout

    Chief Hideout
    George Wireman called this town the Gateway to the Mountains when he wrote a local history of it in 1969, and it seems like ever since then, that's what everyone here has called it. "If you stand anywhere on Main Street and look west," Wireman, now 87,...
  • Insider's guide to Rosedale

    Originally known as a farming community, eastern Baltimore County's Rosedale is recognized today for its comfortable housing, strong sense of community and great accessibility. "At one time, everyone knew one another, and I think that base is still here,...
  • Going from a dairy farm to custom-built homes

    Mount Hebron is a quiet neighborhood where some of the founding landowners still live. Deer are known to nibble on landscaping. Sounds of the local high school marching band can be heard as residents rake their leaves in the fall. "It gives a nice feel...
  • Small town for folks who want their space

    Founded first by English settlers and soon after populated with an influx of German immigrants, the small town of Manchester thrived because of its location between Hanover, Pa., and Baltimore. Located in northeast Carroll County, Manchester has steadily...
  • A trail of deception

    As the sun rose over the Atlantic in the early hours of April 15, 2003, an Ocean City police officer pulled his squad car into the parking lot near the inlet that separates Assateague Island from the carnival rides of the boardwalk. He had been sent there...