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  • The way out for John Boehner

    House Speaker Boehner, so the thinking goes, is held hostage by the tea party members of his caucus. They, plus the more moderate House Republicans who fear tea-party primary challenges, form an effective majority of the Republican Caucus (the "majority...
  • Harry H. Boublitz, librarian

    Harry H. Boublitz, librarian
    Harry H. Boublitz, a retired Enoch Pratt librarian and bibliophile who filled his Medfield Heights home with books, died Saturday of Parkinson's disease at Manor Care Ruxton. He was 83. The son of a plumber and a homemaker, Harry Hamilton Boublitz was...
  • Wedded: Kristina Donahue and Michael Tyler

    Wedded: Kristina Donahue and Michael Tyler
    Date: Aug. 9, 2013 Her story: Kristina Donahue, 28, grew up in Ellicott City. She graduated from University of Baltimore School of Law in May. She took the Maryland bar examination at the end of July and is now studying for the registration...
  • Urban farm event highlights growth

    Urban farm event highlights growth
    Raven Thompson picked through the unfamiliar acorn-shaped yellow and purple vegetables with a slightly confused look on her face. "What are these?" she inquired with a slight laugh. "They're peppers. Bell peppers. They are just in a different color,"...
  • Baltimorean Porterfield's 'Darker' is assured, insightful ✭✭✭1/2

    Baltimorean Porterfield's 'Darker' is assured, insightful ✭✭✭1/2
    Familial bonds are not easily broken. Bent, stretched, ripped, damaged and warped all out of shape? Definitely. But irreparably broken? Rarely. Baltimore director Matt Porterfield's "I Used To Be Darker" looks carefully at what it means to be a family,...
  • John N. Proakis, TV repairman

    John N. Proakis, TV repairman
    John N. Proakis, a veteran TV repairman who was a co-founder of Lane TV and was known to his customers as "The TV Man," died Friday at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center of congestive heart failure. He was 90. The son of Greek immigrants from Chios,...
  • Simon Pagenaud wins the 2013 Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Simon Pagenaud wins the 2013 Grand Prix of Baltimore
    As the debris cleared and Simon Pagenaud surveyed both the wreckage and the drivers still in contention in Sunday’s IZOD IndyCar Series race at the Grand Prix of Baltimore, a simple thought came to the 29-year-old Frenchman. “I knew I was...
  • One dead, three injured in three shootings

    One dead, three injured in three shootings
    A man died after suffering multiple gunshot wounds in Baltimore's Hamillton Hills neighborhood on Friday night, the first of three shootings that left three others injured, city police said. Detectives found the man in the 6800 block of McClean Blvd....
  • Hamilton Bank depositors OK conversion to stock company

    Depositors of Towson-based Hamilton Bank have approved the conversion of the bank to a publicly traded holding company, to be called Hamilton Bancorp, the company announced Thursday. Hamilton Bank currently is a mutual company owned by its depositors....
  • Harford estimates board approves more police vehicle purchases

    Harford estimates board approves more police vehicle purchases
    Members of the Harford County Board of Estimates approved spending nearly $900,000 to purchase 32 replacement vehicles for the Harford County Sheriff's Office during their meeting Thursday morning. The board voted 6-0 on each of three separate items...
  • Ellen R. Brown

    Ellen R. Brown
    Ellen R. Brown, a retired church secretary and volunteer, who with her husband cared for a historic Northeast Baltimore chapel, died June 29 of complications from dementia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 84. The daughter of an...
  • WBFF's Stephen Janis reinvents himself for TV news

     WBFF's Stephen Janis reinvents himself for TV news
    Stephen Janis definitely took a path less traveled to the world of TV news. For one thing, he was already 47 years old when he got his first full-time TV job. And at that age, he had virtually no TV training or experience — had never even written a...