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  • Feeding the hungry [Editorial]

    Feeding the hungry  [Editorial]
    As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, we urge readers not to forget that this year there are still hundreds of thousands of Marylanders who won't be able to count on a dinner of turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans and cranberry sauce to celebrate the...
  • Wedded: Danielle Snyder and Alexander Lloyd

    Wedded: Danielle Snyder and Alexander Lloyd
    Date: Oct. 18 Her story: Danielle Snyder, 27, grew up in Elkton. She works in marketing at Remline Corp. in Newark, Del. Her parents, Joe and Linda Snyder, live in Cecilton. His story: Alexander "Alex" Lloyd, 27, grew up in Halethorpe. He is a...
  • Construction projects give new meaning to the word 'groundbreaking' [Hampden]

    Let's take a minute to discuss groundbreaking, because there seems to be an awful lot of it going on around Hampden. I'm not referring to recent groundbreakings for Rotunda redevelopment or Skatepark of Baltimore's planned skateboarding park within...
  • Balto. Co. firefighter sentenced to prison for abusing boys

    Balto. Co. firefighter sentenced to prison for abusing boys
    A former Baltimore County firefighter from Owings Mills was sentenced in federal court to 16 years in prison late Thursday for recording his sexual abuse of two boys and soliciting and storing images of several others, according to Maryland U.S....
  • Free weekend concerts in Catonsville and Arbutus July 19-21

    The Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce's Frederick Road Fridays Summer Concert Series reaches its halfway point July 19. The sixth concert in the 12-concert series at the Mews on Mellor Avenue will feature the Players Band. The 9-piece band uses...
  • Sen. Cardin visits Heavy Seas microbrewery, talks taxes

    Sen. Cardin visits Heavy Seas microbrewery, talks taxes
    Like many who have toured the Clipper City Brewing Company's Halethorpe brewery, the man in the dress shirt seemed to enjoy sipping on an ice cold glass of Heavy Seas' Powder Monkey Ale as he checked out the large, gleaming metal vats, walked past the...
  • Christian Workcamp volunteers build houses and sense of community

    Christian Workcamp volunteers build houses and sense of community
    The sound of hammers pounding against wood and the whir of an electric drill filled the air on Wisewell Court in Lansdowne Monday. Catonsville resident Yarb Ballard, Halethorpe resident Jim Napier, a member of Melville Chapel United Methodist Church,...
  • Arbutus volunteers respond to afternoon accident on I-95

    Among the 83 calls for medical and fire-rescue service the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department received during the period Sept. 29-Oct. 6 were the following: Interstate-95 between I-195 and I-695, 2:38 p.m. Oct. 4. Crews from the Arbutus volunteer...
  • Church of the Ascension hosts blessings for pets

    Church of the Ascension hosts blessings for pets
    The weather may have been unseasonably warm for early October. But the warm sun and temperatures in the 80s did not dissuade area pet owners from bringing the four-legged members of their households to the Church of the Ascension to be blessed on Oct....
  • 'Henry Ford Visits B&O Exhibition' [History Matters]

    50 Years Ago Homegrown talent "Local Talent Entertains at Harriet Tubman, PTA. "The Harriet Tubman High School PTA held its first activity for the year, an October Feast. "In reality, this was a 'kick off' dinner to start the PTA membership drive,...
  • Arbutus chocolate shop opens doors, finally

    Arbutus chocolate shop opens doors, finally
    Nearly six months after moving into the storefront at 5403 East Drive, Jama Cocoa is finally welcoming customers into the shop. Since coming to Arbutus last spring, the chocolate company has concentrated on selling its products online and increasing...
  • Government shutdown brews headaches for Baltimore beer makers

    Government shutdown brews headaches for Baltimore beer makers
    Baltimore brewers waiting for the government’s approval of a new seasonal ale or the OK on new labels will have to wait until the federal shutdown is over. The Alcohol Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, which lies within the Department of the Treasury,...