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Sun StaffGuilford is simply one of Baltimore's premier neighborhoods. The stately mansions. The beautifully landscaped gardens. And the sun-dappled lots that fairly reek of both old and new money, trust funds, success in business, medicine, law or education,...
Special to The SunWhen Roger and Betsy Nissly decided it was time to move from their apartment to something larger, they found the perfect house in northern Baltimore City. It was a bit pricey, but they kept an eye on it and when the price was lowered, they snatched it...
Tags: Family, Maryland, Children, Real Estate Agents, Roland Park
PETOSKEY -- In school classrooms and in the larger Petoskey community, many recall Zelda Gilman frequently sharing her knowledge and talents with others. Gilman, a retired educator, died Sunday at Petoskey's Hiland Cottage hospice residence. She was 101....
Tags: Arts, Central Michigan University
Zelda Cahill Davis Gilman, 101, of Petoskey, died Feb. 24, 2013, at the Hiland Cottage of Hospice of Little Traverse Bay in Petoskey. Zelda was born on March 28, 1911, to Laura Goerke and Luke James Cahill in Cheboygan County. She attended rural school...
John Conser of Costa Mesa, a designer and builder of the Conser 47 catamaran, greeted David Pollitt, proud owner of the Conser 47, Shearwater, upon David's completion of a three-year, solo circumnavigation around the world. "Congratulations, David, on...
Tribune reporterRonald Magee sued a half-dozen Chicago police officers in 2009, claiming, among other things, the officers had falsely arrested him a year earlier. Magee’s federal lawsuit ended with a mistrial, and it was eventually dismissed in 2011. On Tuesday,...
Tags: Litigation, Trials, Police Arrests, Prosecution, Witnesses
WGNO NewsNew Orleans lost an icon in the architectural world. 91-year-old Arthur Q. Davis died Wednesday. You can just look at the New Orleans skyline and see Davis' blueprint along with his partner Nathanial Curtis. The Curtis/Davis firm is best known for...
The Swampby James Oliphant Rep. Charles Rangel, the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee who has been dogged by ethics questions, said today that he would temporarily surrender his powerful post. In a brief letter to House Speaker Nancy......
Tags: Apartments, Elections, Local Elections, Democratic Party, Values
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