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Mike Dodson will be following a family tradition when he enlists next month in the U.S. Navy. His grandfather, James Dodson, served in the Navy during World War II. His uncle, James Jr., was on a Navy ship that was part of the blockade during the Cuban...
December is always a great month for music and visits with the jolly old elf in a red suit. Mark your calendar to take advantage of some opportunities. The River Hill High School music department is delighted to welcome the U.S. Navy Band to...
Three regional concert series are about to open their 2011-2012 season, and they're featuring bargain subscription prices for those who order in time for the Sept. 20, 21 or 24 opening concerts. Conveniently close to home, all three offer performances...
Thomas J. Kennedy Jr., who while fighting with the Marines in the South Pacific during World War II was blinded by enemy fire and after his return to Baltimore established Dawn's Office Supply, died Friday of cancer at his Mount Washington home. He was...
Baltimore Sun reporterMarian Shriver McSherry, long-time devotee of Maryland's Catholic aristocracy and mother of 12 children, died on July 24 of breast cancer at her home in Frederick. She was 85. A second cousin of R. Sargent Shriver, Marian Macsherry was born in...
In the wake of the recent earthquake ("A tremor in the psyche," Aug 24), I asked people about their initial thoughts on what caused the shaking and swaying. My father thought he was having a stroke. My mother thought it was a truck rumbling by her office....
Schools, homes, shoes and jobs. Love. Hope. As myriad as the needs of those swept up in poverty, abandonment and disaster are the people who pour out their time and treasure to help. In Howard County, we have a commendable reputation for helping our own,...
Tags: Port-au-Prince (Haiti), Hurricanes, Nursing, Charity, Poverty
Dr. Julius Henry "Jute" Taylor, who was a physics professor at what is now Morgan State University for 37 years and also headed the department, died Aug. 27 of heart failure at his Windsor Hills home. He was 97. The son of a brick mason and a homemaker,...
Bentley Fazi and Ryan Deiter Christian and Debra Fazi, of Columbia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Bentley Katherine Fazi, to Ryan Scott Deiter, son of Scott and Yvonne Deiter, ofClarksville. The bride-to-be is a 2006 graduate of Atholton...
The story of Calbraith Perry Rodgers Jr. and his Vin Fiz Flyer isn't just one about flying transcontinental when it seemed to be an impossible feat. And, it isn't just a story about the exploits of a member of a prestigious military family hailing from...
An article in the Sept. 18, 1935 edition of The Catonsville Herald and Baltimore Countian reported on the courtroom proceedings as a black Arbutus resident sued Baltimore County to allow his daughter to attend all-white Catonsville High School. Testimony...
Tags: Towson, Catonsville, Trials, Prosecution, Witnesses
Six years ago, Jay Frisby appeared on Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre stage as a high school student at Glenelg Country School competing for a prestigious Cappies Award. This week, he is back at the Hippodrome performing as a professional in the big-budget...
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