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  • Ellicott City: Howard High alums enjoy free trip to Israel

    Students enjoy free Israel 10-day educational trip Shepherd University student Joshua Castelbaum and St. Mary's College of Maryland student Adam Ross recently returned from a 10-day educational trip to Israel where they enjoyed hikes to watch the sunrise...
  • Thomas Talbott Bond

    Thomas Talbott Bond
    Thomas Talbott Bond, founder of the T. Talbott Bond Co., a Baltimore-Washington photocopier dealership, died Friday of complications from dementia and a broken hip at Keswick Multicare Center. The longtime Ruxton resident was 85. The son of Henry M....
  • Laurel Mill Playhouse keeps 'Guys and Dolls' in the family

    Laurel Mill Playhouse keeps 'Guys and Dolls' in the family
    You won't find any summertime blues plaguing the youth performing in the current show at Laurel Mill Playhouse on Main Street. The little theater's 2012 Summer Youth Production of "Guys and Dolls," with book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows and music and...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Nov. 13 Meet the authors Louis Bayard, Jane Leavy and Lynne Olson take the stage at 4 p.m. at St. John's College's Francis Scott Key Auditorium, 60 College Ave., Annapolis. Admission is $35. The presentation will be followed by a reception and...
  • Peers select Elkridge man to carry Olympic torch in England

    Peers select Elkridge man to carry Olympic torch in England
    The 2012 summer Olympics is still two months away, but Elkridge resident Frank Collins is getting an early dose of the Olympic spirit to share with residents of Gloucester in England. Collins, 43, was selected as one of the 8,000 torchbearers who will...
  • Shift in county policy stresses money, not items, for donations

    Policy changes within the Volunteer Office of the Baltimore County Department of Social Services have altered the county's flagship donation drives for families in need, leaving at least one local volunteer wondering whether the county's neediest...
  • Summer camp for homeless helps students through transition

    Summer camp for homeless helps students through transition
    As pedestrians scurried through the sunshine that bathed Patterson Park this week, 12-year-old Daniel John took refuge under a tree, poring over a book, enjoying a space all his own. "If I were at home, I'd probably be watching TV for over seven hours,"...
  • Martha Jane Schneider, music teacher

    Martha Jane Schneider, music teacher
    Martha Jane Schneider, a piano teacher and church organist who had been a longtime resident of Cambridge, died June 24 of pneumonia at an assisted-living facility in Clemmons, N.C. She was 92. The daughter of a banker and a homemaker, Martha Jane...
  • Vulcan helps out in HdG

    Editor: The Havre de Grace Arts Commission held our annual Children's Art Festival Oct. 1 at Tydings Park. John Smack of the Vulcan Corporation serves on the Havre de Grace Chamber of Commerce Board. I asked John if some of his men would volunteer to...
  • Some neighbors worry about Beans and Bread expansion

    Some neighbors worry about Beans and Bread expansion
    Andre Scott sat at a wooden table fingering tattered documents — certificates from drug-treatment and job-training programs, a booklet from his girlfriend's funeral. With two dozen other very poor people, he was waiting to see a counselor at Beans...
  • Salvation Army Club at Centennial High making a difference

    Salvation Army Club at Centennial High making a difference
    While many of their classmates were enjoying the benefit of a three-hour early dismissal Monday, Nov. 21, a group of Centennial High School students remained at the Ellicott City school, sorting canned goods and packing bags of Thanksgiving food for...
  • Amid halting economic recovery, holiday giving still struggles

    Amid halting economic recovery, holiday giving still struggles
    About 900 Carroll County families are waiting for donations of toys, clothing and maybe a holiday dinner, but the county's social services will be able to fulfill the wishes of less than half of them. The deadline for donors to sign up came and went...