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  • Harford real estate transactions for November 2011

    The following are real estate transactions recorded in Harford County during November 2011: Lisa C. Stone from Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 923 Edmund St., $127,777, 11/1. Jeffrey Lynn Hinte from Jeffrey Lynn Hinte, 521 Windemere Drive,...
  • Five-year sewer project finally comes to an end

    Five-year sewer project finally comes to an end
    A construction site trailer at Wyman Park Drive and West 33rd Street is scheduled to leave Tuesday. For all intents and purposes, that ends the 5-year, federally mandated Stony Run Interceptor sewer project. "I think the neighborhood is relieved. The...
  • No air-conditioning, 'no rent'

    No air-conditioning, 'no rent'
    The heat wave may be over, but some residents of a north Baltimore apartment building are still hot about having no air conditioning for much of the summer. Now, they want to make management feel the heat. David Henry, a retired IBM worker, and his...
  • Lunch for $10 or Less: Chocolatea

    Lunch for $10 or Less: Chocolatea
    As the bracing autumn chill becomes dreary winter cold, we take up hot soup as naturally as we do our fleeces, knit hats and Thinsulate-lined gloves. As a defense against winter's frosty ache, Chocolatea's wonton noodle soup ($8) is like long johns for...
  • William F. Eberhart Jr.

    William F. Eberhart Jr.
    William Ferdinand Eberhart Jr., a retired McCormick spice official and city neighborhoods activist who championed urban stream valley parks, died of cancer Tuesday at his Tuscany-Canterbury home. He was 72. Born and raised in West Baltimore's...
  • Good deeds abound on Mitzvah Day

    Good deeds abound on Mitzvah Day
    Some lucky senior will win a flowerpot personally painted by 6-year-old Mia Urban, of Mount Washington. Mia was among more than 100 volunteers who participated in Mitvzah Day at Bolton Street Synagogue on Sunday — "the first annual," said...
  • Sun analysis finds 17 owners with three or four homestead credits, hundreds of double-dippers

    Sun analysis finds 17 owners with three or four homestead credits, hundreds of double-dippers
    Since 2009 Patrick Tong has received "homestead" property tax breaks worth $18,000 on three rowhouses he owns in East Baltimore. He's quick to agree that he hasn't been entitled to a penny of it. Homeowners qualify for the break only on their...
  • Rotunda task force members have questions for redeveloper

    Rotunda task force members have questions for redeveloper
    Seven years have passed since Hekemian & Co. purchased the Rotunda and made grand plans to redevelop it as a mixed-use mall. There would be apartments, additional office space and retail, restaurants and underground parking, and a new, state-of-the-art...
  • More culinary destinations

    Some day, we expect to see restaurants in Baltimore representing each of the 193 United Nations members. Till then, but here's a sampling of more dining destinations to explore. Afghan: The Helmand is so authentic, it's owned by Afghan President Hamid...
  • Reversing school decision on gay scene is a victory for students

    I was intrigued by the recent controversy over a decision to cut a gay scene from Bel Air High School's production of "Almost, Maine," which was ultimately reversed after the American Civil Liberties Union complained. If you missed the story on our...
  • The Rev. James J. McNamee III

    The Rev. James J. McNamee III
    The Rev. James J. McNamee III, a retired Episcopal priest who had pastored St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Annapolis, died Friday of cancer at his home in the Ambassador Apartments in Tuscany-Canterbury. He was 76. Mr. McNamee was born in Baltimore and...
  • Calvert School headmaster to depart after school year

    The headmaster of the Calvert School in North Baltimore will depart at the end of the coming academic year for a new position at a school in Houston, school officials announced Wednesday. Andrew Martire has been headmaster of the Calvert School,...