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  • Winner revealed on 'The Voice'

     
    Javier Colon, the guitar playing crooner, won the first season of the breakout show "The Voice" last night on NBC. After a grueling 10 weeks of more singing talent than "American Idol" has seen in the past couple of years......
  • True grits

     
    In this week's Free Market Friday post, Robert of Cross Keys takes up that age-old question that nags many a Baltimorean: are we Southerners or Yankees? RoCK's grits supply suggests the former. But his grits consumption, not so much. Here's......
  • Sarah L. Howard, club secretary

    Sarah L. Howard, a former social club membership secretary who had lived in Baltimore, died June 18 of heart failure at her home in Greenville, S.C. She was 52. Sarah Little Howard was born in Baltimore and raised in Cockeysville and Towson. She was a...
  • Harford County Police Blotter

    Harford County Sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Stephen Edwards Scott Jr., 36, of the first block of Robin Hood Road, was charged Thursday with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol...
  • Baltimore International College to merge with Stratford University

    Baltimore International College to merge with Stratford University
    The board of trustees of Baltimore International College has signed a letter of intent to merge with Virginia-based Stratford University, a move the board chairman hopes will end an accreditation crisis that threatened to close the downtown culinary...
  • Saving Baltimore International College: Affiliation with Stratford University looks promising

    Saving Baltimore International College: Affiliation with Stratford University looks promising
    The plan announced Monday to save Baltimore International College is not a finished dish. But it is in the oven — and it has the whiff of something promising. Baltimore International College, which over the last four decades has produced scores...
  • Darthea Redding Kerr

    Darthea Redding Kerr
    Darthea Redding Kerr, a soprano vocalist who worked as executive assistant to the National Symphony Orchestra and personnel manager of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, died Aug. 16 of cancer at her home in Essex. She was 61. Mrs. Kerr was born in...
  • Frances Chandlee

    Frances M. Chandlee, a retired insurance company secretary and volunteer, died of a stroke Oct. 28 at her Roland Park Place home. She was 90. Born Frances Hardy Michaels in Baltimore and raised on West 40th Street, she was a 1937 Girls' Latin School...
  • Takeover of Baltimore International College receives preliminary approval

    Virginia's Stratford University has received preliminary approval from the Maryland Higher Education Commission to take over operations of embattled Baltimore International College on Jan. 1. The approval from MHEC was one condition of a legal settlement...
  • Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra concert 'Ghosts and Witches' is March 17

    The Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra continues its 35th anniversary season on St. Patrick's Day with a "Ghosts and Witches" concert. Sheldon Bair, SSO founder and music director, noted that guest artists from Canada will be featured, and hinted that the...
  • Ag Banquet celebrates Harford's farms, honors Fiore Winery and Peter A. Jay

    Ag Banquet celebrates Harford's farms, honors Fiore Winery and Peter A. Jay
    Harford County residents, farmers and county officials gathered at Level Fire Hall Friday night to celebrate local farmers' accomplishments and agricultural land preservation at the 2012 Harford County Ag Banquet. Among those honored was one of the...
  • Baltimore International faces new questions about accreditation

    Baltimore International faces new questions about accreditation
    Baltimore International College is facing new questions about its ability to continue operating as the culinary college fights to keep its accreditation until a planned takeover by Virginia-based Stratford University. The college won a temporary...