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  • Cheng garners award; Scouts cope with winter weather [Timonium]

    Kudos to Marie Cheng, a straight-A fifth-grader at Warren Elementary School who was recently honored as Student of the Month by the Optimist Club of Timonium. Marie is a very busy young lady who enjoys a variety of activities. She takes piano and...
  • Cockeysville: Dulaney celebrates College Board honors, National Honor Society works

    Cockeysville: Dulaney celebrates College Board honors, National Honor Society works
    Dulaney High School is proud of the accomplishments of students and teachers, and we're happy to share their achievements as well. The College Board recently released the names of the Dulaney High School National Merit Semifinalists, and they are Aysha...
  • Design contest promotes "green" row home

    Design contest promotes "green" row home
    Formstone may be out, but what about putting more wood into 21st century versions of Baltimore's classic urban dwelling, the row home? Hoping to encourage more use of climate-friendly wood in housing, the U.S. Forest Service is teaming up with City Hall...
  • Crafting a seat at history's table

    Crafting a seat at history's table
    White marble has stood as a Baltimore icon for decades, primarily as rowhouse steps, the preferred gathering place for residents in many neighborhoods. The marble also served as the street-level fašade for a number of downtown buildings, greeting...
  • Charitable deduction a boon for society

    Charitable deduction a boon for society
    On his 19th century travels through the United States, the French philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville marveled at the American experience of a diversity of civic organizations formed through gifts of time and money. "Wherever at the head of some new...
  • ReStores stage sale to fund home construction

    Sales at all three ReStore locations Saturday will support a Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake home under construction in Baltimore's Orchard Ridge community. Shoppers will find a broad selection of quality building materials, appliances, furniture,...
  • Harford Grant Academy graduates first class

    Harford Grant Academy, a 12-week program that provides training in grant research, proposal development, grant-writing skills and grant management, graduated it first class on Dec. 5. It is believed to be the first of its kind in Maryland, according to...
  • Harford Community College sponsors Clear Your Clutter Day April 27

    Harford Community College and Sappari Solutions Professional Organizing will provide a one-stop location for people to clear the clutter in their homes in an environmentally responsible way. The third annual Clear Your Clutter Day is planned Saturday,...
  • Edward H. "Ham" Welbourn Jr., insurance executive

    Edward H. "Ham" Welbourn Jr., insurance executive
    Edward H. "Ham" Welbourn Jr., a retired insurance executive and World War II veteran, died April 29 of complications from dementia at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 98. The son of Edward H. Welbourn, who owned Rennous Kleinle...
  • Robert M. Douglass, Calvert Cliffs' chief engineer

    Robert M. Douglass, Calvert Cliffs' chief engineer
    Robert M. Douglass, former chief engineer of Baltimore Gas & Electric Co.'s Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant, died Monday of cancer at his home in Port Republic, Calvert County. He was 88. The son of an electrical engineer and a homemaker, Robert...
  • Forecasters eyeing severe storm risks Thursday, likely south of Baltimore

    Forecasters eyeing severe storm risks Thursday, likely south of Baltimore
    Forecasters are watching for development of potentially severe thunderstorms across Maryland late Thursday, though the strongest chances for severe weather were expected in Southern Maryland. Warming temperatures are expected to fuel the atmospheric...
  • College Lines

    UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH BRADFORD: Emily Angel of Stewartstown, Pa, was expected to graduate Sunday, April 28, from the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford with a bachelor's degree in elementary education. MIDWESTERN UNIVERSITY: Meredith Riddle, D.O.,...