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  • UPS driver held up at gunpoint in Roland Park

    UPS driver held up at gunpoint in Roland Park
    A gun-toting Grinch may have ruined Christmas for some Baltimoreans after police say packages were stolen from a UPS truck. The stick-up happened at about 7 p.m. in the 5900 block of Roland Ave. in North Roland Park. Police said a man displayed a...
  • Girls donate their hair to Locks of Love as Christmas gift

    Girls donate their hair to Locks of Love as Christmas gift
    Abby O'Neill went first. Even at just 10, she was the veteran who could show the others there was nothing to cutting your hair to donate it to Locks of Love. Abby had first donated her hair at 4. But on Friday, the Cockeysville girl knew the other girls...
  • A year of flux in Baltimore's dining scene

    A year of flux in Baltimore's dining scene
    The year 2013 was, for the most part, a positive one on the Baltimore dining scene, except perhaps for trend-spotters. For every sign, there was a counter-sign. The sudden closing of a restaurant was followed by an unexpected, or at least not highly...
  • Roundup: No. 9 Oakland Mills boys fall to Bowie, 72-71

    Dejuan Smith and Jared Gray combined to score 57 points and lead Bowie past No. 9 Oakland Mills, 72-71, at the host Scorpions' boys basketball tournament Friday night. Smith scored a game-high 34 points, including five 3-pointers, and Gray had 23. The...
  • Roundup: No. 10 John Carroll boys top N.Y.'s Poly Prep, 50-45

    Kimbal Mackenzie turned up the offense and No. 10 John Carroll beat Poly Prep (N.Y.), 50-45, in boys basketball at the Mirabito Stop-DWI Holiday Classic in Binghamton, N.Y., on Saturday night. Mackenzie had a game-high 22 points on 7-for-14 shooting...
  • Baltimore slam poet challenges teens to release inner talents and frustrations

    Baltimore slam poet challenges teens to release inner talents and frustrations
    Gayle Danley called the Wilde Lake Middle School eighth-graders "poets," a label that sounded hip and eclectic and, by the tone of her fiery prose, non-negotiable. After introducing them to the world of "poetry slam" — competitions involving...
  • Mike Munford, master of banjo, honed skills in Baltimore

    Mike Munford, master of banjo, honed skills in Baltimore
    The world's best banjo player of the past year lives in a log cabin about 40 miles from Baltimore. On a recent Wednesday afternoon, 55-year-old Mike Munford sat on a couch in his living room in Glen Rock, Pa. He held his favorite banjo, a Gibson five-...
  • Local spice makers defend safety after FDA report

    Local spice makers defend safety after FDA report
    Spice makers in Baltimore defended their food handling practices after a Food and Drug Administration report said that 12 percent of imported spices were contaminated with insects, animal hair and other things over a two-year period. While acknowledging...
  • Maryland Family Readers' Choice Awards | The winners

    Maryland Family Readers' Choice Awards | The winners
    The votes are in! Here are the winners of the Maryland Family Readers’ Choice Awards 2013: Best story time Irvine Nature Center (Owings Mills) explorenature.org Honorable Mention: Howard County Library Miller Branch (Ellicott City)...
  • Gertrude A. 'Trudy' Mugele, homemaker

    Gertrude A. 'Trudy' Mugele, homemaker
    Gertrude A. "Trudy" Mugele, a homemaker and former administrative assistant who instilled in her children the enduring value of a good education, died Oct. 24 of heart failure at her Lutherville home. She was 90. The daughter of Francis and Bronislava...
  • New rabbi for Beit Tikvah in Roland Park

    New rabbi for Beit Tikvah in Roland Park
    As Beit Tikvah Congregation's new rabbi, Larry Pinsker settled into his new office, a visitor couldn't help noticing stuffed animals and action figures on a bookshelf, including ones of Moses, Sigmund Freud and Plastic Man, a 1950s precursor of Elastic...
  • Ruth S. Hurlock, homemaker

    Ruth S. Hurlock, homemaker
    Ruth S. Hurlock, a homemaker, volunteer and dog fancier, died Oct. 31 of cancer at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. She was 93. The daughter of Henry E. Singewald, a Baltimore attorney and banker, and Eleanor Smith Singewald, a homemaker,...