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  • Celebrity deaths of 2011

    1. Steve Jobs On Oct. 5, the 56-year-old Apple co-founder and CEO died of a rare form of cancer on his pancreas. Following his passing, President Obama said "There may be no greater tribute to Steve's success than the fact that much of the world...
  • Providence raising money and memories, brick by brick

    The "Walk of Memory" tucked behind the Providence Volunteer Fire Company station is far from complete. But it's already full of stories, according to Garry Zour, administrative vice president of the company, which has served the greater Towson area and...
  • Medical-religious partnerships can address health needs of an aging society

    In my July 7 column, "Sharing learning opportunities has come full circle," I mentioned that I couldn't fit into that column all the information I had learned at the Maryland Gerontological Association's spring conference. One of the topics I didn't...
  • Lou Ellen Griffin, Megan's Law advocate, dies

    Lou Ellen Griffin, Megan's Law advocate, dies
    Lou Ellen Griffin, who became a nationally known advocate for Megan's Law and missing and exploited children after the murder of her son in 1982, died Tuesday of lung cancer at her Cockeysville home. She was 78. The last time Mrs. Griffin and her...
  • Dr. John B. MacGibbon, treated mariners at port of Baltimore

    Dr. John B. MacGibbon, treated mariners at port of Baltimore
    Dr. John Butler MacGibbon, an internal medicine specialist who treated port of Baltimore mariners, died Dec. 24 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications of a stroke and a fall. He was 90 and lived in Original Northwood. Born in Christchurch,...
  • Stanley Harrison, Mencken scholar

    Stanley Harrison, Mencken scholar
    Stanley Harrison, a communications and writing teacher who edited a scholarly journal about H.L. Mencken, died of cardiac arrest after a stroke April 5 at the home of a friend in Miami Beach, Fla. He was 81 and lived in Florida and Woodbine. Born in East...
  • Catonsville Times top sports stories of 2011

    <i>Catonsville Times</i> top sports stories of 2011
    Life savers respond on Catonsville High turf On Sept. 27, Perry Hall junior varsity field hockey player Breanna Sudano collapsed on the Catonsville High stadium field and stopped breathing. In full cardiac arrest, Sudano received immediate CPR from...
  • Senior events in Howard County

    Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, go shopping, sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •Another Way to See It Laughter Club. Mondays, 9...
  • South Pole stroke victim recovering at Johns Hopkins

    South Pole stroke victim recovering at Johns Hopkins
    Working late into the night at a research center at the South Pole, Renee-Nicole Douceur thought she was just tired when her vision suddenly became blurred. Sleep did nothing to improve her eyesight, and a doctor at the center at first thought she had...
  • Anthony C. Canova

    Anthony C. Canova
    Anthony C. Canova, a retired vending machine mechanic and World War II veteran, died Oct. 23 from complications of a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Hamilton resident was 88. He was born and raised in the former 10th Ward of Baltimore. He...
  • 'American Idol' recap: Portland auditions

    'American Idol' recap: Portland auditions
    As we head into the sixth audition city, one wonders, "When is the freakin' Hollywood round?" Sorry to start on a negative note -- the auditions just seem never ending. What with the good ones just OK (I miss being blown away, i.e. Paris Bennett), and...
  • Project seeks 1 million veterans to give blood, DNA for disease research

    Project seeks 1 million veterans to give blood, DNA for disease research
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for a few good men and women to volunteer for a battle it's waging at home — against disease. Actually, more than a few are needed. Officials overseeing health care for the nation's veterans are...