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  • How does your savings rate measure up for your age?

    How much in savings and investments should you have by age 35 or 45? Or, for that matter, at 65 when you're likely to be near retirement? If you don't know, you have plenty of company. So many figures are bounced about that it's often difficult for...
  • Myles J. Feldman, business owner

    Myles J. Feldman, business owner
    Myles Julian Feldman, a founder of a restaurant equipment business, died of complications from Alzheimer's disease Dec. 15 at Pinecrest Delray Hospice in Florida. The Boca Raton, Fla., resident had previously lived in Stevenson. Mr. Feldman was 82. Born...
  • The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. is coming to Pikesville

    The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. is coming to Pikesville
    The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. is coming to Pikesville. The first location of the Boca Raton, Fla.-based restaurant chain in the Mid-Atlantic Region will be located in Hooks Village, in Pikesville and will open sometime in the early spring,...
  • New ministers join Grace English and Holy Comforter

    Two of Lutherville's churches have welcomed new ministers this summer. The Rev. Veronica Webber will join GraceEnglish Evangelical Lutheran Church later this month, and the Rev. Christopher Tang has already taken the reins at the Church of the Holy...
  • How Bubba Smith was mistaken for a Jewish grandmother

    I got the news in Florida this morning that Bubba Smith had died. I couldn't help but smile as I recalled a true story that happened while I still lived in Baltimore. My brother, Dr. I. Norton Brotman was a well known dentist in Baltimore — he...
  • Moving on, fighting on

    Moving on, fighting on
    Dr. Leisha Emens dreads the calls she has been getting lately. The news is rarely good. "A lot of people are dying right now. It's to be expected. These people have an incurable disease," Emens says in late August, as she wraps up her early work running...
  • Peggy Murphy, 58, dies of breast cancer

    Peggy Murphy, 58, dies of breast cancer
    Peggy Murphy, whose tireless fight against advanced breast cancer through traditional means and an experimental vaccine trial at Johns Hopkins was chronicled in a Baltimore Sun series last fall, died yesterday. She was 58. Murphy never gave up hope...
  • On shaky ground

    Baltimore's arcane system of ground rents, widely viewed as a harmless vestige of colonial law, is increasingly being used by some investors to seize homes or extract large fees from people who often are ignorant of the loosely regulated process, an...
  • More anthrax cases found

    Two suspicious letters - one delivered in New York and another in Nevada - have been found to contain anthrax, while five more employees of a Florida tabloid publisher have tested positive for exposure to the rare and deadly bacteria, officials...
  • Anthrax probe widens as second case discovered

    Federal officials widened their probe yesterday into the death of a Florida man from anthrax, acknowledging that they are considering bioterrorism after anthrax spores were found on the victim's computer keyboard and in a colleague. Attorney General John...
  • Woman in N.Y. 4th anthrax case

    An NBC News employee in New York became yesterday the fourth American to be discovered with a rare anthrax bacterium, raising fears that media companies may have been targeted for a biological attack through the mail. The possibility that the anthrax...
  • Postal route in N.J. tracked

    TRENTON, N.J. - Federal investigators descended on suburban Ewing Township yesterday, tracking a postal carrier's route where at least one of the anthrax-tainted letters that have rattled the nation in recent weeks might have been mailed. FBI agents went...