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  • Traffic: Accident on I-695 inner loop at Perring Parkway

    As of 9 a.m. Friday, traffic was slow on the inner loop of I-695 near Perring Parkway, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic at Northern Parkway and Liberty Heights Avenue in Baltimore City and Bayard Street and Carroll Street in Baltimore...
  • Traffic: Crash on I-695 inner loop at Perring Parkway

    Traffic: Crash on I-695 inner loop at Perring Parkway
    As of 9 a.m. Tuesday, traffic was slow on the inner loop of I-695 near Perring Parkway, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic on U.S. 29 at Old Columbia Road in Howard County, Route 100 eastbound at Route 295 in Howard County, and Dulaney...
  • Gordia Lanman, store manager

    Gordia Lanman, store manager
    Gordia Lanman, a retired department store manager who was honored for her volunteer work, died June 7 of complications from a stroke at Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg. The one-time Original Northwood and Towson resident was 98. Born Allie...
  • Dr. Michael L. DeVincentis

    Dr. Michael L. DeVincentis
    Dr. Michael L. DeVincentis, a retired Baltimore surgeon who was a pioneer in emergency medicine and a co-founder of Osler Drive Emergency Physicians Associates, died Nov. 11 of congestive heart failure at his Homeland residence. Dr. DeVincentis, who went...
  • Dr. Michael L. DeVincentis Sr.

    Dr. Michael L. DeVincentis Sr.
    Dr. Michael L. DeVincentis Sr., a retired Baltimore surgeon who was a pioneer in emergency medicine and a co-founder of Osler Drive Emergency Physicians Associates, died Nov. 11 of congestive heart failure at his Homeland residence. Dr. DeVincentis,...
  • Wagner, convicted in Stephen Pitcairn killing, files appeal

    John Wagner, who was convicted of murder in the 2010 stabbing death of a Johns Hopkins researcher and sentenced to life in prison, has — as promised — filed appeals in his case. The 38-year-old refused to accept responsibility for the...
  • Jingle belles: Holiday home tours light up the season

    Jingle belles: Holiday home tours light up the season
    Baltimore's Union Square Christmas Cookie Tour is often less about cookies than it is about the houses that open their doors to serve them. "These are Victorian houses, and they are almost always under construction or restoration," said Sylva Lin....
  • Share your blessings

    As we come to the close of another challenging year on the economic front for many, local nonprofit groups throughout the area are struggling to make ends meet and address growing needs in the community. These groups and the people they serve need our...
  • Two shot Saturday morning in southern Charles Village

    Two people were shot shortly after 10 a.m. Saturday in the 100 block of E. 22nd St., police said. A 36-year-old woman and a 38-year-old man were conscious and breathing when they were taken to the hospital and are in serious but stable condition as of...
  • Rev. Edwin A. Schell

    Rev. Edwin A. Schell
    The Rev. Edwin Austin Schell, a retired pastor who was a historian with an "encyclopedic knowledge" of his United Methodist Church, died Nov. 25 at St. Agnes Hospital after suffering a fall. He was 88 and lived in the Charlestown Retirement Community....
  • Pearl Harbor anniversary: It still lives in infamy

    Pearl Harbor anniversary: It still lives in infamy
    Today, marks the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japan and the official entry of the United States into World War II. These stories are excerpted from the book, "Home Front Baltimore" (Johns Hopkins University Press). Watching "the...
  • New space, quirky ideas could turn around the Contemporary Museum

    New space, quirky ideas could turn around the Contemporary Museum
    A 12-foot-long white banner with black letters has been suction-cupped to the first-floor windows of the former Craig Flinner art gallery at Charles and Centre streets. It reads: "Future home of the Contemporary Museum. Opening January, 2012." At least,...