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  • John F. Zellers, pressman

    John F. Zellers, a retired pressman and salesman, died July 27 of complications from dementia at his Nottingham home. He was 71. Born in Baltimore and raised in Brooklyn Park, Mr. Zellers was a 1960 graduate of Brooklyn Park High School. From 1960 to...
  • Men pull a knife on walkers along Walther Boulevard

    Men pull a knife on walkers along Walther Boulevard
    Baltimore County Police say two men, one of them with a knife, confronted two people as they were walking in the 8500 block of Walther Boulevard in the early hours of Monday, Aug. 5. Nothing was taken. Police said the attempted armed robbery occurred at...
  • Laurel's Catala wins silver and bronze at wheelchair games

    Laurel's Catala wins silver and bronze at wheelchair games
    Ventura Catala, 53, began competing in archery as a 12-year-old growing up in New York, and he later threw the javelin and shot at high school in Queens. In 1984, Catala suffered a spinal cord injury on a training jump with the 82nd Airborne in the...
  • Baseball's steroid scandal: How the mighty have fallen

    Baseball's steroid scandal: How the mighty have fallen
    A couple decades ago Major League Baseball dealt with a more innocuous, but still illegal, practice — players taking "greenies," or amphetamines, to boost player performance ("Steroids and 'stealing,'" Aug. 6). More often than not, they were...
  • Time for a major sea change in Maryland

    Time for a major sea change in Maryland
    I am bearing down on 60 years and am a lifelong resident of Maryland. I will add that I have never voted for a Republican gubernatorial candidate. The time might be appropriate for a major sea change in our beleaguered state. I am a bit skeptical...
  • Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home

    Tales from a hunt for the perfect Baltimore home
    Cindy Cowman is just the type of person Baltimore officials want to woo: an empty-nester living in the suburbs, looking for an urban lifestyle and willing to invest in an older home. "I wanted to be in the city, with a high walkability score and a lot of...
  • Who wants to eat lab-grown meat?

    Who wants to eat lab-grown meat?
    Through the miracle of modern science, man has come up with something that is going to be well received by PETA and other animal rights advocates: In the near future, we very likely will be eating synthetic meat ("Test-tube hamburger patty makes its...
  • What Md. needs in 2014 [Letter]

    Here are but a few items I wish for Baltimore and Maryland as we quickly approach the coming year: •A resolution for Baltimore's speed camera debacle. Can't you just get it fixed? •Leaders for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and...
  • Counterfeit money discovered in Abingdon [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen Derrick J. Ware, 28, of the 100 block of West Inca Street, was charged Wednesday with second-degree assault. Justin Thomas Brown, 36, of the 1400 block of South Philadelphia Boulevard, was charged Monday with speeding and failing to obey...
  • New city fire chief a risky choice [Letter]

    New city fire chief a risky choice [Letter]
    There certainly seems to be a measure of risk involved in the announcement that Niles Ford has been named the new Baltimore City fire chief ("Rawlings-Blake picks former Nebraska fire chief to lead Baltimore's department," Dec. 28). This selection...
  • Immigrant drivers licenses an insult [Letter]

    The state's decision to allow second-tier drivers' licenses to undocumented immigrants smacks of unfairness ("Thousands of immigrants seek drivers licenses," Dec. 31). First, it is generally an unethical, unfair practice. Second, it is an insult to...
  • Immigrants get to drive while jobless walk [Letter]

    Maryland is going to allow drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants ("Thousands of immigrants seek drivers licenses," Dec. 31). As one said in the article, "Now I can get a car and drive to work." Last week, long-term unemployment compensation was...