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  • Robert L. Stocksdale, 85, attorney and lacrosse All-American

    Robert L. Stocksdale, 85, attorney and lacrosse All-American
    Robert L. Stocksdale, a real estate attorney who served several state commissions and committees on issues of mortgage financing, died from a brain hemorrhage July 7 at Sinai Hospital. The Mays Chapel resident was 85. Born in Baltimore, he lived on...
  • Companies back STEM efforts as Maryland seeks to revamp science education

    Companies back STEM efforts as Maryland seeks to revamp science education
    Students across Maryland would see revamped science classes under curriculum standards the state school board will consider Tuesday — part of a broader effort by educators, researchers and businesses to kindle innovation in children well before they...
  • Butler quarry provides foundation for region's building needs

    Butler quarry provides foundation for region's building needs
    From the power shovel that claws chunks of rock from the earth to the powerful machine that shapes raw stone into slabs, there is nothing delicate about Joe Vinci's business. So it comes as a surprise when Vinci pauses during a tour of his Baltimore...
  • Ravens foundation funds local scholars

    Ravens foundation funds local scholars
    While most high school seniors spend their last few days planning end-of-the-year parties, reminiscing with friends or trying to fit in one last prank on the freshmen, Nicolas "Cole" Holocker is accepting the 2013 Ravens Scholarship awarded to students...
  • Youths offer ideas for a 'safe and inclusive' Inner Harbor

    Youths offer ideas for a 'safe and inclusive' Inner Harbor
    Baltimore teens Rickya'h Brooks and Marquise Robinson never really feel welcome at the Inner Harbor. They say police cast a judgmental eye on all kids who go there, especially African-Americans. And they're frustrated that the waterfront mall provides...
  • Roland Park Elementary/Middle School holds annual May Mart

    Roland Park Elementary/Middle School holds annual May Mart
    Tony Sartori, 61, and Sam Jenkins, 10, were fundraisers extraordinaire at the 85th annual May Mart on Saturday at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School. Sartori, of Bellona-Gittings, a hairdresser at Kobi's in Mount Washington and father of a Roland Park...
  • Ravens parade draws north Baltimoreans to City Hall

    Ravens parade draws north Baltimoreans to City Hall
    North Baltimore was well represented in Ravens Nation as a noontime parade in honor of the Super Bowl champions kicked off outside City Hall on Tuesday, followed by a victory celebration at M&T Bank Stadium. "How often do you get to do this?" said...
  • New second-in-command at Northern District no stranger to north Baltimore

    New second-in-command at Northern District no stranger to north Baltimore
    Police Capt. Deron Garrity may be new to the Northern District, but he's plenty familiar with north Baltimore. Garrity, 43, who grew up in Medfield and once worked at the Rotunda Giant, was promoted from the Southeastern District to be second in command...
  • Local pizzeria expects Super Bowl boost

    Local pizzeria expects Super Bowl boost
    Growing up in the industrial city of Gujrat in Pakistan, Khawar Ghafoor played cricket but knew little about American football. But in recent weeks Ghafoor, the owner of a Towson pizzeria, has been captivated by the Baltimore Ravens' run to the Super...
  • Public hearing set on liquor store rezoning proposal

    Public hearing set on liquor store rezoning proposal
    A public hearing is scheduled for Jan. 10 on a Baltimore City Health Department proposal that would kick some upscale wine and liquor stores out of residential neighborhoods, including in north Baltimore. "I'm going to be there on Thursday," said Anthony...
  • Parents praise 10-year plan to modernize city schools

    Mohan Singh sat in the front row of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute auditorium Wednesday, helping to hold a long sign that said, "We want a new T.J." T.J. stood for Thomas Jefferson Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore's Hunting Ridge neighborhood,...
  • ACCE leads list of north Baltimore schools that might be replaced or renovated

    ACCE leads list of north Baltimore schools that might be replaced or renovated
    The Baltimore City public school system is considering building a $28 million high school in Hampden as part of a 10-year, $2.4 billion plan to modernize city schools and infrastructure. The proposed school would be built in 2014-15, the first year of...