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  • New Hampden rec center director ready to rock at summer camp

    For a guy who says he's 24 and wears shorts, sneakers and a barely tucked shirt with a tie to an awards dinner, Joshua Fissel sure has a lot of work experience. Fissel, the new director of Baltimore City's Roosevelt Recreation Center in Hampden, was...
  • Angelo's reopens in Hampden, one month after its sudden closing

    Angelo's reopens in Hampden, one month after its sudden closing
    Angelo's, the Hampden pizzeria that closed without warning on May 15, has reopened. The same owners, brothers Angelo and Tommy Pizza, are back. According to this story in the Baltimore Business Journal, the Pizzas were able to reopen Angelo's last Friday...
  • Dr. B. Ralph Hoffman, dentist, dies

    Dr. B. Ralph Hoffman, dentist, dies
    Dr. B. Ralph "Buddy" Hoffman, a retired longtime Hampden dentist and World War II veteran, died June 19 from complications of Alzheimer's disease at Arden Courts, a Pikesville assisted-living facility. He was 93. Dr. Hoffman was born and raised in...
  • Committee to consider dog park in Medfield

    Committee to consider dog park in Medfield
    Baltimore City's Buena Vista Park could someday be home to a dog park. The Medfield Community Association is forming a "discovery committee" to conduct a feasibility study for a dog-dedicated area of the park, located at Buena Vista Avenue and 40th...
  • Is this still good: A Monday morning roundup of news and blog posts

    Is this still good: A Monday morning roundup of news and blog posts
    Salt is good? Or at least it's not bad. That's what a new meta-analysis in the American Journal of Hypertension finds. Also, a Christian Science perspective on "Millenial foodies" and a recipe for Old Bay fried green tomatoes. Scientific American...
  • Wilmer A. "Bud" Rehmeyer, clock repair shop owner, dies

    Wilmer A. "Bud" Rehmeyer, clock repair shop owner, dies
    Wilmer A. "Bud" Rehmeyer, a World War II veteran who owned and operated a Baltimore County clock and jewelry repair shop for more than 50 years, died July 10 of heart failure at Chapel Hill Nursing Home in Randallstown. He was 96. The son of a...
  • List of schools making adequate yearly progress

    City schools and AYP The following elementary and middle schools were the only ones in Baltimore to meet adequate yearly progress goals this year: •Baltimore International Academy •Baltimore Leadership School For Young Women •...
  • Restaurant Review: Golden West at home on the Avenue

    Restaurant Review: Golden West at home on the Avenue
    It's been eight years now since Thomas Rudis moved his Golden West Cafe from its original storefront operation into its current home on The Avenue in Hampden. It continues to flourish, and if Hampden is a town, Golden West is its town hall. Along with...
  • Northern District police hold their annual ride-along and open house

    Tasha Cornish sat in a police cruiser as an observer Friday, watching as the officer she was riding along with issued a man a citation for trying to dump trash into the Jones Falls. "We caught this one guy in the act," said the 23-year-old east Baltimore...
  • Phyllis Teather-Burke, educator

    Phyllis Teather-Burke, educator
    Phyllis Teather-Burke, a longtime Baltimore County public school educator whose specialty was early-childhood education, died Wednesday of cancer at her Glen Arm home. She was 77. "She was an outstanding educator who had a deep commitment to children,"...
  • Outdoor furniture ideas for sitting pretty in summer

    Outdoor furniture ideas for sitting pretty in summer
    When Katie Byram and her family moved to a 1920s farmhouse in Baltimore County, they were charmed by its old-fashioned wraparound porch. Only one thing would make it even better: a porch swing. "I knew our kids would enjoy it," said Byram, who tapped...
  • 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....