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  • Irvin L. Steinbach, psychologist

    Irvin L. Steinbach, a retired court psychologist and avid urban walker, died Sunday of a cardiac arrest at Roland Park Place. He was 86. The son of a businessman and a homemaker, Irvin Lee Steinbach was born in Baltimore and raised on Eutaw Place....
  • Suzanne W. Reynolds, psychotherapist

    Suzanne W. Reynolds, psychotherapist
    Suzanne W. Reynolds, a psychotherapist and management consultant, died Sept. 21 of pancreatic cancer at her son's Ruxton home. She was 70. The daughter of a career Army officer and a homemaker, Suzanne Weston Reynolds was born in Cumberland and raised in...
  • Softball: Black Ice players receiving attention from college coaches

    Softball: Black Ice players receiving attention from college coaches
    The Maryland Black Ice 18-U softball team travels to five different states, and as far away as Florida. All the better for getting the players noticed and landing them college scholarships, according to coach Keith Calta. The Black Ice, which practices...
  • Romney VP pick: What's needed in a No. 2

    Romney VP pick: What's needed in a No. 2
    There is one necessary condition for the selection of a vice president, and that is whether the individual has the experience and capacity to become president of the United States on Day One. Nine vice presidents have succeeded to the presidency upon...
  • Montpelier/South Laurel: New pastor brings finance expertise to St. Nicholas Church

    The Rev. John Kennealy, or Father Jack as he likes to be known, assumed the duties of pastor at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, 8603 Contee Road, on Oct. 26 last year, having previously served for five years as pastor at the Immaculate Heart of Mary...
  • Mary D. Tilghman, Wye House owner

    Mary D. Tilghman, Wye House owner
    Mary D. Tilghman, who spent the past two decades preserving Talbot County's historic Wye House plantation, which has been occupied by her family since 1659, died there Friday of heart failure. She was 93. "She was quite a lady and the great steward of...
  • Senior Circles :Try to understand seniors who struggle with hoarding behaviors

    Do you know what hoarding looks like? You have probably seen articles in newspapers about hoarding of possessions and/or animals in a living space. There are also television shows about hoarding, showing rooms piled high with everything from newspapers...
  • Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, Hopkins physics professor

    Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, Hopkins physics professor
    Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, a Johns Hopkins University physics professor who advised his visiting academic colleagues where they should eat in Baltimore, died of an apparent heart attack July 26 at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C.,...
  • New members welcomed to school board

    Thomas Fitzpatrick and Panashe Mutombo were welcomed to the Harford County Board of Education Monday during their official first meeting. Fitzpatrick was sworn into his new position as the Havre de Grace representative on the board earlier that afternoon...
  • "The Civil War and American Art" is one of the first in a wave of regional creative projects about the conflict

    The lone Union sentry stands atop Federal Hill, outlined against an ominous orange/red sky. In the distance, the tops of the Washington Monument and several spires rise above the city, as straight and determined as the rifle held in the soldier's left...
  • At 101, John Nutter is 'the oldest ... of everything'

    At 101, John Nutter is 'the oldest ... of everything'
    At 101, John Nutter likes things plain and simple. Which is why his daughter, Betty Fulton, drives him to Slye's Barber Shop on Montgomery Street. Once there, he can get his monthly haircut for $8 while taking in the relaxed, old-style atmosphere. He...
  • Annual Women's Expo at CCBC Catonsville March 16-17

    "Women mean Business" may be the theme of the CCBC Women's Expo, but education is also a significant component, for the organizer as well as those attending. "Positive and negative changes, the same as anybody being in business will experience," said...