| Jun 22, 2011
| 2:21 PM
Elizabeth C. "Betty" Michaels, a former registered nurse and homemaker who enjoyed baking and cooking, died Saturday of an embolism at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. She was 103.
She was born Elizabeth Colburn, the daughter of a...
| Jun 15, 2011
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report:
Brent Steven Musgrove, 36, of the 1900 block of Perryman Road, was arrested Monday on a bench warrant in a case in which he was charged with possession of a drug other than...
| Jun 15, 2011
| 1:18 PM
Sister Mary Ferdinand Tunis, a Sister of Mercy who taught parochial school mathematics before establishing the Sisters of Mercy Windsor Hills Project in the early 1970s, died June 7 of pneumonia at St. Joseph Medical Center.
She was 91 and had lived...
| Jun 5, 2011
| 5:00 AM
Wanting some fresh strawberries to serve a friend last Saturday, I drove from my home in Dickeyville to the Waverly farmers market. The experience was bittersweet: The market is near the eastern edge of Charles Village, the neighborhood where my husband...
| May 30, 2011
| 5:37 PM
When Columbia was created more than 40 years ago, it was known as “the city without grandparents.”
Today, according to the Howard County Office on Aging, seniors have made the county one of the fastest-growing jurisdictions in Maryland in the...
| Oct 10, 2011
| 7:25 AM
Supporters of a less congested 32nd Street Farmers Market area have unveiled detailed conceptual plans for "Waverly Commons," envisioned as a redeveloped area with a traffic roundabout, a pedestrian promenade and a public plaza.
And a family that owns...
| Oct 12, 2011
| 5:23 AM
When it opened in 1962, the Charles E. Miller branch was the flagship of Howard County's library system — the first and only permanent branch in the county
Nearly 50 years later, the Ellicott City location is once again leading a transition, as the...
| Oct 4, 2011
| 2:22 PM
City Council member Mary Pat Clarke is so angry about a U.S. Postal Service proposal to close the post office in Waverly that she held a press conference there last month and publicly derided the plan, shouting, "Return to sender."
But that's what some...
| Sep 29, 2011
| 6:12 AM
The second of two men charged in the shooting and killing of a 72-year-οld security guard whο worked fοr thе Afro-American newspaper was convicted of first-degree murder Wednesday evening.
After deliberating for two days, a Baltimore...
| Sep 21, 2011
| 3:33 PM
Marion Jean had just started bringing her young children back to the playground at the old Memorial Stadium site in Waverly. An intentionally set fire at the playground in 2008, as well as more recent reports of a stabbing, had caused her to take her...
| Sep 24, 2011
The cardboard models showed what a new town hall near Cross Street Market in Federal Hill could look like.
The graduate architecture students at Morgan State University crowded around professor Sanjit Roy as he critiqued the miniature buildings one by...
| Sep 16, 2011
| 11:08 AM
William J. "Bill" Obrigkeit, a banker and noted dressage rider, died Sept. 10 of a massive heart attack at Inova Loudoun Hospital in Leesburg, Va. He was 54.
The Phoenix, Baltimore County, resident had just completed two dressage competitions in Leesburg...