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  • Winter weather advisory canceled after as much as 5 inches of snowfall

    Winter weather advisory canceled after as much as 5 inches of snowfall
    1:51 p.m.: The National Weather Service has now canceled the winter weather advisory about four hours early. Light snow and flurries are possible, but no additional accumulation is expected, according to the advisory. Drivers should still take caution...
  • Charles C. Freitag, Calvert Hall music teacher

    Charles C. Freitag, Calvert Hall music teacher
    Charles C. Freitag, the longtime director of the music program at Calvert Hall College High School where he was also a founder of its marching, concert and dance bands, died Monday of heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice. The Mays Chapel resident was 92....
  • Ernest T. Davis, construction project manager

    Ernest T. Davis, construction project manager
    Ernest T. Davis, a retired construction project manager and a World War II B-24 pilot, died Feb. 13 of heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 92. The son of a civil engineer and a government worker, Ernest Theodore Davis was born in...
  • James E. Johnston, Navy Department worker

    James E. Johnston, Navy Department worker
    James E. Johnston, a retired Navy Department worker who also maintained a home-improvement business, died Sunday of cancer at FutureCare Lochearn. The longtime Northwest Baltimore resident was 88. Born and raised in Roanoke Rapids, N.C., James Eugene...
  • Death penalty repeal survives test in Senate

    Death penalty repeal survives test in Senate
    The governor's bill to repeal Maryland's death penalty survived a key vote Friday in the state Senate. After an emotional debate, senators voted 27-19 to defeat an amendment that would have kept capital punishment for murders committed along with other...
  • No apologies for Baltimore

    There was a flutter on Facebook yesterday over an article about Baltimore. A newspaper of some repute had engaged a writer with low esteem for the city to venture here and write about his discoveries. He followed a familiar pattern: Writer from the...
  • Baltimore County announces plans to use Spring Grove property as regional park in Catonsville

    The 8.8-acre site that includes the Hamilton Building on the campus of the Spring Grove Hospital Center has been declared surplus by Maryland Assistant Secretary of Planning Linda Janey, according to a press release from Baltimore County. That...
  • Sondheim Artscape finalists are all over the map

    Sondheim Artscape finalists are all over the map
    The five artists in the Baltimore Museum of Art exhibit "Sondheim Artscape Prize: 2011 Finalists" all live in either Baltimore or Washington, D.C., but they are stylistically all over the map. This makes for an eclectic exhibit that changes as you walk...
  • Porterfield, filmmaker of 'Putty Hill,' wins 2011 Sondheim Prize

    Porterfield, filmmaker of 'Putty Hill,' wins 2011 Sondheim Prize
    Matthew Porterfield, the filmmaker behind "Putty Hill" and "Hamilton," was named the winner of the sixth annual Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize on Saturday. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts...
  • Orioles' roster moves not hard to explain

    Orioles' roster moves not hard to explain
    Buck Showalter tried to put the most positive spin on the decision to option starting pitcher Tommy Hunter and backup catcher Ronny Paulino to Triple-A Norfolk, but it was pretty obvious after Sunday's 17-inning marathon that some tough decisions were...
  • More heat, more storms, more sweat

     
    What? All those Severe Thunderstorm Watches late yesterday and your place got zilch? Yeah, me too. A little thunder, a few flashes of lightning, and not a drop of rain on the WeatherDeck in Cockeysville. We were watering the grass......
  • More showers on tap, and 90s return next week

     
    You didn't think we were going to have dry, sunny, 80-degree weather all summer did you? Of course not. This is Tidewater Maryland, and it's not even officially summer yet.So, forecasters out at Sterling continue to call for showers and......