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  • Man sentenced to 12 years for carjacking

    A 21-year-old fromAberdeen was sentenced in federal court Thursday to more than 12 years in prison for armed carjacking, prosecutors said. Tyrone Moore was sentenced to 147 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release for conspiracy,...
  • Margery K. Reid, volunteer

    Margery K. Reid, a retired secretary and volunteer, died of a stroke Tuesday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 89. Margery McShane was born in Baltimore and raised in Bolton Hill. She was a 1938 graduate of Western High School and the...
  • Aberdeen Crip gets 12 years in armed carjacking

    An admitted Crips gang member from the Aberdeen area was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison Thursday for his role in a 2007 armed carjacking in Baltimore City. U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz sentenced Tyrone Moore, 21, to 147 months in prison...
  • New 667 area code: For phone nostalgist, another wrong number

    New 667 area code: For phone nostalgist, another wrong number
    My family had scarcely moved into our northwest Baltimore City home forty-some years ago when C+P Telephone decreed our 358 (FLeetwood 8) phone number would be changed to a number bearing a brand new, 578 exchange. Much worse than the impossibility of...
  • Dr. Joseph Taler

    Dr. Joseph Taler
    Dr. Joseph Taler, a retired Glen Burnie family physician who survived the Holocaust in Poland by not wearing his Star of David armband, taking a Christian surname, and hiding in a village, died Sunday of heart failure at his Annapolis home. He was 89....
  • Henry P. 'Doc' Zetlin, pharmacist

    Henry P. 'Doc' Zetlin, pharmacist
    Henry P. "Doc" Zetlin, a pharmacist who later became a kosher events caterer at a Baltimore hotel, died Monday of multiple organ failure at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital. He was 96. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Jewish...
  • Aug. 22: Dan Deacon

    Dan Deacon is obsessed with the apocalypse. From a dilapidated couch in his Station North practice space, the city's most well known electronic musician and composer quickly rattles off grim crises: the United States' "growing military stronghold," drone...
  • Patricia P. Ritter, reporter

    Patricia P. Ritter, a former Evening Sun reporter who later became a Life magazine staff writer, died Aug. 20 of pneumonia at the Atria assisted-living community in Kennebunk, Maine. The Baltimore native was 83. The daughter of a former president of...
  • Traffic: Accident on I-95 near O'Donnell Street

    As of 9 a.m. Thursday, traffic was slow on I-95 southbound near O'Donnell Street in Baltimore City, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic at Route 295 southbound at Route 100 in Anne Arundel County, Waterview Avenue and Hanover Street in...
  • Light St. closure doesn't slow Orioles traffic but could in coming days

    The closure of Light Street didn't heavily disrupt the flow of baseball fans to Camden Yards on Tuesday night for the Orioles' first home game since a burst water main shut the street section last week, fans and officials said. Whether that will remain...
  • Dr. William Allan Dear Jr., head of nuclear medicine at Mercy

    Dr. William Allan Dear Jr., head of nuclear medicine at Mercy
    Dr. William Allan Dear Jr., an internist and former head of the division of nuclear medicine at Mercy Medical Center who also was a practicing magician, died July 20 of heart disease at Union Memorial Hospital. The longtime Guilford resident was 80. "He...
  • Baltimore Shakespeare Factory holds summer camp for kids

    Baltimore Shakespeare Factory holds summer camp for kids
    "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears," said Mark Antony, standing over the prone body of Julius Caesar. "I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him." At which point, Caesar jumped up from the grass in The Meadow at Evergreen Museum and Library....