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  • George LeCompte Mitchell, St. Paul's coach

    George LeCompte Mitchell, St. Paul's coach
    George LeCompte Mitchell, the St. Paul's School lacrosse coach who led the Crusaders to 10 conference titles and three private school crowns, died Saturday of complications from pneumonia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Ocean Pines resident...
  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: Tribute to the TV remote control

    Leonard Pitts Jr.: Tribute to the TV remote control
    We are gathered here today to memorialize a man who revolutionized our lives. So what did Eugene J. Polley do? What was the nature of his great leap forward? Did he invent the PC? Did he invent the cellphone? Did he invent the Internet? No. Eugene J....
  • Federal agency investigating sand-blasting hazards

    For years, the wastes from burning coal and producing copper have enjoyed a second life, used in sand-blasting to remove paint, rust and grime from ship's hulls, storage tanks, bridge trusses and other surfaces. Painting contractors, shipyard workers...
  • Medstar Health opens first satellite clinic as alternative to hospital emergency room

    The health care provider MedStar Health, which owns Union Memorial, Good Samaritan and Franklin Square hospitals, has opened its first urgent care satellite facility, called PromptCare, on the city-county line, and says it plans to open more in the...
  • Robert M. Coulbourn III, industrial designer

    Robert M. Coulbourn III, industrial designer
    Robert M. Coulbourn III, a retired industrial designer who had been active in the affairs of several Baltimore-area Episcopal churches, died May 23 of pneumonia at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 87. The son of a salesman and a...
  • Dr. Elizabeth A. Edmonds, city school principal

    Dr. Elizabeth A. Edmonds, city school principal
    Dr. Elizabeth A. "Betty" Edmonds, a longtime city public school principal who was fearless in her efforts to straighten out troubled schools and later joined the faculty of Coppin State University, died May 21 of pneumonia at Sinai Hospital. The longtime...
  • Marjorie G. Gilbert, jewelry store owner

    Marjorie G. Gilbert, jewelry store owner
    Marjorie G. Gilbert, a retired certified public accountant who co-owned a Baltimore County jewelry business, died of pneumonia complications Feb. 13 at Sinai Hospital. She was 88 and lived in Owings Mills. Born Marjorie Gross in Newark, N.J., she was a...
  • Women who breastfeed have healthier kids and enjoy healthier lives

    I applaud the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's move to improve supports for breastfeeding women and their babies, both in the hospital and following discharge ("Maryland seeks to improve support for mothers to breast-feed," Feb. 11)....
  • Friends, family struggle with illness of Ellicott City gallery owner

    Friends, family struggle with illness of Ellicott City gallery owner
    In 1973, Marian Berman saw a newspaper ad for an art gallery for sale in the Baltimore suburbs. With an asking price that was exactly the amount of money she had recently inherited from her grandfather, the 23-year-old knew she was meant to own it. But...
  • President Harrison made history

    President Harrison made history
    If you want to break the boredom of a late winter Sunday, you could raise a cup of cheer to the memory of President William Henry Harrison, the nation's ninth president, who was sworn into office 171 years ago today. I'm also certain the details of...
  • Dr. Raymond L. Markley Jr.

    Dr. Raymond L. Markley Jr.
    Dr. Raymond L. Markley Jr., a retired Baltimore gynecologist whose specialty was female urology, died March 4 of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The former longtime Towson resident who was residing at Oak Crest Village, was 89. The son of...
  • Mary Virginia 'Ginny' Mudd, active in Republican politics

    Mary Virginia 'Ginny' Mudd, active in Republican politics
    Mary Virginia "Ginny" Mudd, who had been active in Baltimore County Republican politics and served on the board of the historic Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Towson, died March 7 of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The longtime Lutherville...