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  • Girls lacrosse: Chapelgate completes undefeated regular season

    With a safe lead and the final seconds clicking off the clock, Chapelgate's team started chanting in unison, "For Tyler. For Tyler." The Yellowjackets had dedicated their season to sophomore Tyler McGinn, who died just over a month ago. McGinn was...
  • Nick James Nopulos, diner owner

    Nick James Nopulos, diner owner
    Nick James Nopulos, former co-owner of Catonsville's venerable Double T Diner, died Saturday of complications from chronic lymphoma and leukemia at Howard County General Hospital. He was 91. The son of a barber and a homemaker who were Greek immigrants,...
  • Willie Alexander Harry, barber

    Willie Alexander Harry, barber
    Willie Alexander Harry, a well-known Baltimore barber whose York Road shop catered to figures from the world of sports and entertainment, died July 5 of complications from leukemia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Northeast Baltimore...
  • Hereford High student overcomes leukemia to graduate with his twin

    Hereford High student overcomes leukemia to graduate with his twin
    The audience at Hereford High School's graduation at McDaniel College in Westminster on May 25 was asked to hold applause until the names of all graduates had been read and diplomas awarded. There were occasional bursts of clapping, some hoots and some...
  • Birdhouse creations share hope, trials of pediatric cancer patients

    As students and their parents go back-to-school shopping this month at Towson Town Center, Chris Federico, president and co-founder of the Cool Kids Campaign, hopes a set of hand-painted birdhouses on display at the mall will remind shoppers that many...
  • Patterson Mill routs Harford Tech, 15-4, in baseball

    No. 8-ranked Patterson Mill outscored No. 14 Harford Tech 8-1 through the first four innings, cruising to a 15-4 victory Tuesday in the second round of the Class 2A East baseball playoffs. The visiting Huskies outhit the Cobras 17-7 and scored six runs...
  • Thelma C. McDonough, homemaker

    Thelma C. McDonough, homemaker
    Thelma C. McDonough, a homemaker who never lost her affection for Baltimore, died Aug.1 from complications of leukemia at Julia Manor Health Care Center, Hagerstown. The longtime Towson resident was 98. Thelma Caroline Catherine Virginia Veronica...
  • At Patriot Plaza in Towson, extended family of fire service honors fallen comrades

    At Patriot Plaza in Towson, extended family of fire service honors fallen comrades
    One by one, 43 times the bell chimed and echoed across Patriot Plaza in Towson Sunday, as the Baltimore County Fire Service hosted its annual Ceremony of Remembrance at the county's fire service monument along Pennsylvania Avenue. James Doran of the...
  • Jones wins 7th Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon

    Jones wins 7th Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon
    Nicole Kelleher grabbed the finish line tape and held it over her head as she completed the seventh annual Athleta Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon Aug. 19. The clock behind her read 1:24:19. Kelleher, a second-year professional triathlete, finished 36...
  • Eugene H. Shaffer Sr., crane operator

    Eugene H. Shaffer Sr., crane operator
    Eugene H. "Gene" Shaffer Sr., a World War II veteran, Boy Scout leader and retired crane operator, died Friday of leukemia at his home in Millsboro, Del. The longtime Ellicott City resident was 85. Born in Baltimore in a neighborhood near Edmondson...
  • Frederick A. 'Fritz' Glos, machinist

    Frederick A. "Fritz" Glos, a retired machinist and World War II veteran who volunteered onboard the Liberty ship John W. Brown, died Friday of complications from leukemia at a stepdaughter's Perry Hall home. He was 89. Frederick Adam "Fritz" Glos was...
  • Former Colt Joe Ehrmann to speak at child sex abuse summit

    Former Colt Joe Ehrmann to speak at child sex abuse summit
    He was a bearded, Bunyanesque defensive tackle whose rugged play helped the Baltimore Colts to three straight division championships in the 1970s. But Tuesday, when Joe Ehrmann addresses a national gathering convened to deal with the problem of child...