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Waverly (Baltimore, Maryland)

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  • Montebello Elementary/Middle closed today due to no power

    Montebello Elementary/Middle School in Baltimore City is closed for students today because there is no power in the community, city school officials said. Staff members should report to Waverly Elementary/Middle, officials said.
  • Waverly Town Hall was social hub

    There's a lot going on in Waverly, in case you haven't noticed. Late last month, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake signed a bill designating the old Waverly Town Hall at Greenmount Avenue and 31st Street as the city's latest historic landmark. The...
  • Shirley M. Miller, homemaker

    Shirley M. Miller, homemaker
    Shirley M. Miller, a homemaker and volunteer who earlier had worked at Waverly Press, died Dec. 12 of a stroke at Londonderry, an Easton retirement community. The former longtime Towson resident was 92. The daughter of an educator and a homemaker,...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday
    WEATHER The National Weather Service is calling for Wednesday Wednesday to be sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 88. Wednesday night is expected to be partly cloudy, with a low around 69. Thursday is expected to be sunny, with a high near 94....
  • Want better health care? Support doctors

    A historic week! First Johns Hopkins Hospital suffers a huge judgment ("Waverly family awarded $55 million in lawsuit," June 27) and then the Supreme Court upholds the entire Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("Reform moves ahead," June 29). I...
  • Ronald Stratton, radio station manager

    Ronald Stratton, radio station manager
    Ronald A. Stratton, who boosted ratings and transformed radio stations he managed, died of complications from a stroke June 29 at Madonna Heritage Assisted Living in Jarrettsville. He was 72 and lived in Red Lion, Pa. Born in Detroit, he broke into...
  • Reisterstown man returns to his roots to raise organic beef cattle

    Reisterstown man returns to his roots to raise organic beef cattle
    It's a June afternoon as Shane Hughes, dressed in jeans and a lived-in-looking white T-shirt bearing the logo of his cattle farm, Liberty Delight, and the slogan "All Natural Beef," collars a 6-month-old male calf. "This is Rockstar — I usually...
  • Police: Three men shot in legs or buttocks in separate incidents

    Three men were shot in separate incidents Monday night in Baltimore. Each of the men was struck in either his leg or buttocks, city police said. None of the injuries is considered life-threatening. The first shooting occurred in the 2500 block of...
  • Area residents unimpressed by plans for Waverly Library

    Melissa Smith, of Oakenshawe has waited since 2008 for Baltimore City to unveil its plans for renovating and expanding her local library. But when the presentation was finally made Tuesday, Smith, president of the group Friends of the Waverly Library,...
  • Landmark Waverly shoe repair shop closes its doors after 90 years

    Landmark Waverly shoe repair shop closes its doors after 90 years
    After 90 years of repairing shoes and other leather goods, Hack's Shoe Repair, a fixture in Waverly since 1922, will close its doors for good this week. Its owner, Frank Booker, a veteran cobbler who has owned and operated the business in the 3400...
  • Workshop teaches green space preservation

    Workshop teaches green space preservation
    About three years ago, Wilmina Sydnor and other residents reluctantly tore up their well-tended community garden, on a grassy triangle at 33rd Street and Remington Avenue, and watched Baltimore City turn the open space into an 80-foot pit as part of a...
  • Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of the Waterford Group, dies

    Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of the Waterford Group, dies
    Neil Francis Lemon, a co-founder and executive vice president of the Waterford Group that developed and managed affordable housing for senior citizens, died July 23 of cancer at his Riderwood home. He died a day before his 75th birthday, family members...