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  • Mathilde B. "Mimi" Lee, former acting first lady of Maryland, dies at 91

    Mathilde B. "Mimi" Lee, former acting first lady of Maryland, dies at 91
    Mathilde B. "Mimi" Lee, who as the wife of Lt. Gov. Blair Lee III eschewed the political pomp and circumstance of Annapolis for the fields and woods where she could hike, canoe and swim, died Tuesday of congestive heart failure at Laurel Regional...
  • Anne Arundel County volunteer briefs

    Youth Services Bureau Mentors are needed for children ages 5 to 18. Background checks will be performed and training will be offered. Volunteers are also needed for educational and cultural activities. Information: 410-626-1800. Medical center...
  • Baltimore and fighter John Rallo 'Must Love Cats'

    Baltimore and fighter John Rallo 'Must Love Cats'
    When the "Show Your Soft Side" campaign debuted last year, Baltimore learned that real tough guys treat animals with soft hands -- and people across the county took notice. They were impressed to hear about the likes of Raven Jarret Johnson, MMA...
  • Animals removed from Harford property

    New details have come to light regrading an incident in which animal control officers were sent to a home in the Street area Friday afternoon to remove several dogs and cats. A deputy from the Harford County Sheriff's Office was also dispatched to the...
  • LIKE/DISLIKE

    While Matt Snow assures us that he loves both dogs and cats, he has to admit, "Cats edge out the dogs by a hair." Good thing he's not discriminating during National Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, or April as you know it, as his Baltimore-based...
  • Laurel officials to consider switch to trap-neuter-release of feral cats

    Laurel is closer to adopting a trap-neuter-release program to reduce the number of feral and stray cats in the city, now that Mayor Craig Moe has expressed his support for adopting the TNR program. City officials said Monday that city staff and an ad...
  • Md. cats rescued in 'Hoarders' need homes

    Md. cats rescued in 'Hoarders' need homes
    Just got a very interesting email from a local cat advocate. Apparently cats rescued from a Westminster home during the taping of a recent episode of the show "Hoarders" need homes. Here is the email I got from Jill Mehra, a volunteer with Metro Ferals....
  • Elkridge couple recovering from Irene's destruction

    Elkridge couple recovering from Irene's destruction
    Nicholas and Lisa Badart didn't just lose power or a few groceries to Hurricane Irene. The couple lost a house, a wardrobe and a sense of stability, though at least they and their pets are OK — barely. It all started with the sound that woke...
  • Consumers save on pet medicines by shopping around

    Consumers save on pet medicines by shopping around
    Teresa Frost had not one but two cats with chronic illnesses, and the prescription costs were adding up. Hopey needed kidney medicine that cost $30 at the veterinarian's office every 10 days, but Frost found a seller online who only wanted $7.25,...
  • Walters exhibit examines puzzles of artist's brain after injury

    Walters exhibit examines puzzles of artist's brain after injury
    Lonni Sue Johnson spends every spare moment creating word puzzles superimposed on elaborate grids. The moment she puts one down, she starts on the next. In not quite three years, she has amassed a stack of paper that is 15 feet high. Family member say...
  • Busy young lady honored by Timonium Optimist Club

    Victoria Williams, an eighth-grader at Ridgely Middle School, was recently honored as Student of the Month by the Timonium Optimists Club. Her school counselor says Victoria is an excellent student, giving much of her own time and self to others. She...
  • Lutherville teaching duo stresses compassion for man and beast

    Lutherville teaching duo stresses compassion for man and beast
    Lutherville resident Ann Gearhart can only guess that SpiritSong, her beloved 48-pound pooch, is about 10 years old now. Nine years ago, when she adopted the lanky mixed-breed hound with the soulful brown eyes from the Baltimore County animal shelter,...