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  • Towson High due to get turf field, but not until 2016

    Towson High due to get turf field, but not until 2016
    When Janet Bolster emerged from a meeting April 10 of Towson community leaders and County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, she was under the impression that Towson High School would be getting an artificial turf field soon, likely as early as this fall, in...
  • Frances G. 'Gerry' Mayes, dog trainer

    Frances G. 'Gerry' Mayes, dog trainer
    Frances G. "Gerry" Mayes, a dog trainer who also showed dogs, died Aug. 4 of cancer at her Essex home. She was 71. The daughter of Alexander P. Studzinski, supervisor of Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Penwood power plant, and Frances R. Jednoralski Studzinski,...
  • Former St. Frances stars seek to inspire girls basketball players

    Former St. Frances stars seek to inspire girls basketball players
    Since their years as star basketball players at St. Frances, Briana Hutchen and Shatyra Hawkes have wanted to give back to the girls growing up the way they did, on the basketball courts of Baltimore City. Hutchen and Hawkes turned their basketball...
  • Heavy rains lead to water rescues, road detours

    Heavy rains lead to water rescues, road detours
    Tuesday's torrential rain — the most to fall in one day in more than 80 years — shut down portions of major roadways, stranded dozens of motorists, including some who had to be rescued, and caused dangerous flash floods throughout the region....
  • Racial slurs written on bench in Havre de Grace; beef jerky stolen from car in Joppa [Harford police blotter]

    Racial slurs written on bench in Havre de Grace; beef jerky stolen from car in Joppa [Harford police blotter]
    Maryland State Police and the Harford County Sheriff's Office report: Aberdeen Tyler Wells Vandusen, 18, of the 100 block of Rigdon Road, was arrested Friday on a warrant for allegedly violating probation in a case in which he is charged with...
  • New Towson High athletic director stays close to home

    New Towson High athletic director stays close to home
    For years, Justin Nash's dream was to become a professional baseball player. Nash took a shot at it. He pitched a year in the Orioles' minor league system before injuries to his shoulder and knee forced him to quit. It took a few years, but he found a...
  • Police seek motorist after man fatally hit in Dundalk

    Police seek motorist after man fatally hit in Dundalk
    A pedestrian was fatally hit by a motorist who fled the scene Saturday in Dundalk, Baltimore County police said. Ronny Parsley, 43, of no fixed address, was killed in the collision at North Point and Charlesmont roads, police say. Police responded to the...
  • Kamenetz is a bully; put him in his place on election day [Letter]

    Kamenetz is a bully; put him in his place on election day [Letter]
    "When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny." While there may be dispute as to source of this famous quote, the content is unquestionable. Government at any level administered through the hand...
  • McKeldin Fountain, a threatened Baltimore landmark [Letter]

    McKeldin Fountain, a threatened Baltimore landmark [Letter]
    The wonderful McKeldin Fountain at Baltimore's Inner Harbor was running beautifully recently. The site was clean thanks to a team of workers, and there were several families there enjoying this important architectural landmark with its bridges,...
  • More new moms turning to placenta for help

    More new moms turning to placenta for help
    Animals have done it since the beginning of time. Women in Asia and Africa have done it for centuries. But lately, more women in Western cultures are turning to an ancient practice.  Following childbirth, they are ingesting their placenta –...
  • Lighthouse among nonprofits to have county contracts extended

    Lighthouse among nonprofits to have county contracts extended
    The Baltimore County Council approved a measure on Monday that extends the contract to fund three county nonprofits, including Lighthouse in Catonsville, for an additional year. That was good news for the local organization, that has been offering youth...
  • Ebola outbreak could spur action for Md. scientists working on vaccine

    Ebola outbreak could spur action for Md. scientists working on vaccine
    Public health officials have just one tactic to battle the unrelenting Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa — quarantine — but as the disease continues to spread, scientists in Maryland are among those close to discovering other weapons....