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  • Datebook

    Sunday, Aug. 26 Festival The Kegs and Corks Beer and Wine Festival concludes at Blob's Park, 8024 Max Blobs Park Road in Jessup. The event also features musical performances by the Kelly Bell Band, Sweet Leda, Appaloosa, Roadhouse Clams and others....
  • Charles E. McManus Jr., businessman

    Charles E. McManus Jr., businessman
    Charles E. McManus Jr., a retired Crown Cork and Seal Co. executive and longtime Towson resident, died Thursday of heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 98. The son of the chairman of Crown Cork and Seal Co. and a homemaker, Charles...
  • William H. Moore IV, owner of home security firm

    William H. Moore IV, owner of home security firm
    William Hanson Moore IV, a descendant of Maryland's earliest settlers who for nearly three decades operated a company that installed custom burglar alarms, died last Monday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of heart failure. The Towson resident was 79....
  • Jarrettsville woman getting her time to 'just be a mom'

    Jarrettsville woman getting her time to 'just be a mom'
    Sadly, Jack died on Sept. 6, just after this story was originally published. For the first time since her son was born nearly four years ago, Katie Lyman is doing what she's always wanted to do: be a mom. Since he was born on Oct. 16, 2008, Jack Lyman...
  • Jeanne M. Hammond, homemaker

    Jeanne M. Hammond, a homemaker and longtime volunteer, died Aug. 25 of congestive heart failure at her Glyndon home. She was 87. The daughter of a builder and a homemaker, Jeanne Monroe Wales was born, raised and lived her entire life in Glyndon. "She...
  • Edward A. Branning Jr., veteran

    Edward A. Branning Jr., veteran
    Edward A. Branning Jr., a retired Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. switchman and World War II veteran, died Aug. 28 of heart failure at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 88. The son of a funeral director and a homemaker, Mr. Branning was born in Baltimore...
  • Thomas Walter Gough Jr., salesman

    Thomas Walter Gough Jr., a retired printing salesman and lacrosse coach, died April 13 of heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 85. The son of a state worker and a homemaker, Thomas Walter Gough Jr. was born and raised in Towson. He was a...
  • Timonium cosmetic surgery center shut down amid investigation into infections, one death

    Timonium cosmetic surgery center shut down amid investigation into infections, one death
    A 59-year-old Lochearn woman died Monday of a rare infection after liposuction surgery, and two other patients have also contracted infections, prompting health officials Wednesday to shut down the Timonium cosmetic surgery center where each was treated....
  • Adrian W. Rich, businessman

    Adrian W. Rich, businessman
    Adrian W. Rich, a retired Baltimore businessman and volunteer, died Aug. 29 of heart failure at Roland Park Place. The longtime Lutherville resident was 98. Adrian Warwick Rich was born in Graham, Va., which is now Bluefield, Va. He was a 1932 graduate...
  • The life of former Ravens owner Art Modell [Timeline]

    The life of former Ravens owner Art Modell [Timeline]
    March 21, 1961: Modell bought the Browns for just under $4 million. Aug. 18, 1962: Modell proposed and staged pro football's first preseason doubleheader at Cleveland Stadium. The Browns played the Steelers in one game and the Lions faced the Cowboys...
  • Ann L. Rector, longtime volunteer

    Ann L. Rector, longtime volunteer
    Ann L. Rector, a homemaker and longtime volunteer, died Wednesday of congestive heart failure at her Towson condominium. She was 93. The daughter of an Internal Revenue Service agent and a homemaker, the former Ann Lorraine Armiger was born in...
  • Richard C. D'Agostino, design director

    Richard C. D'Agostino, design director
    Richard C. "Dick" D'Agostino, former Baltimore Sun design director who later worked for Fujitsu Consulting in New York City, died Monday of heart failure at his Roland Park home. He was 64. Richard Compton D'Agostino, whose father had been manager of the...