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  • E. William Scriba, former T. Rowe Price vice president

    E. William Scriba, former T. Rowe Price vice president
    E. William "Bill" Scriba, a former T. Rowe Price treasurer and vice president who dedicated himself to supporting the Johns Hopkins University, died Aug. 28 at his residence in an assisted-living community in Sunnyvale, Calif., of undetermined causes....
  • Maryland Science Center awards scholarships to city schools graduates

    Two Baltimore City high school students were awarded a $1,500 scholarship and paid summer internship at the Maryland Science Center as the recipients of the Maryland Science Center’s Dr. H. Bentley Glass Scholarship, according to a release sent by...
  • 'Health, Interrupted' led to assumptions, challenged

    'Health, Interrupted' led to assumptions, challenged
    The chance to chronicle a teacher's battle with multiple sclerosis while learning documentary movie-making and earning a slot in a new film competition — it all came together for 18 students at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute with their nonfiction...
  • Anniversary: Rudy and Rose Kozojet of Timonium mark 60th

    Rudolph Walter Kozojet and the former Rose Marie Wist were married at St. Joseph's Monastery in Baltimore on June 7, 1952. Sixty years later, the couple is residing in the Springlake subdivision in Timonium, where they have lived for 50 years. They...
  • Protecting Baltimore's house

    Protecting Baltimore's house
    Two of Maryland's greatest self-made men of recent years — Under Armour founder Kevin Plank and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti — have taken the routine renewal of their companies' marketing agreement and are extending it to a combined...
  • Employers weed out job candidates with off-the-wall questions

    You walk into a job interview prepared to be grilled about your skills and what you can bring to the position. Instead, the interviewer throws a curveball: "If you were a box of cereal, what would you be?" That's an actual question Wegmans posed to a...
  • Hampden summer camp ends with High School Musical

    Hampden summer camp ends with High School Musical
    There was pre-show pandemonium in the dressing room — really, the computer room ญญ —as children and youths prepared to stage “High School Musical” Friday, culminating the Roosevelt Recreation Center 2012 Performing Arts Camp in...
  • With a morning boom, BGE's landmark gas holder became a local memory

    With a morning boom, BGE's landmark gas holder became a local memory
    As the clock ticked down Sunday, the morning clouds disappeared, as if they were in on the months-long planning that went into the destruction of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s final natural-gas holding silo. Then, as if someone were turning on...
  • 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...