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  • So much to like about church's ice cream social [Loch Raven]

    Round and round went the crank last Saturday at Hiss United Methodist Church. People gathered in anticipation of the ice cream and of their chance to step in when the current crank turner grew weary. After about 30 minutes of continuous cranking, it was finally time. The smooth creamy homemade vanilla ice cream was scooped into big bowls and savored on the hot night. Toppings included strawberries, hot fudge, butterscotch, cherries, sprinkles and for those who preferred a different flavor there was store-bought ice cream. Some people used the ice cream to make a root beer float!
  • Varied fare at fairgrounds: German fest, Hidden Peak Cat Club show [Timonium]

    Baltimore's best kept secret is its German heritage and it awaits you at the 113th annual German Festival being held at the Timonium Fairgrounds on Saturday, July 27. 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday, July 28t, 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy the music of...

    Local student competes at Seafarer Chapter's Association

    Calvert Hall junior Sean Nelan of Baldwin and three classmates were the highest ranking high school team at the Seafarer Chapter's Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International competition held at Webster Field in St. Iningoes from June 19 to 22....

    John Cheney Wood, artist

    John Cheney Wood, artist
    John Cheney Wood, a Baltimore artist who worked in a variety of media, died July 20 of advanced Parkinson's disease at his summer home and studio in Ithaca, N.Y. The Mount Washington resident was 90. The son of a master carpenter and an executive...

    New parking policies driving transit-oriented development

    If you live in a walkable neighborhood, with easy access to public transportation, goods and services, how much do you need, or want, a car and a place to park it? It's a question developers and residents are starting to ponder in some Chicago...