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  • Kamenetz to host community session with communities along Pulaski highway

    Kamenetz to host community session with communities along Pulaski highway
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will hold a “Coffee with Kevin” community forum on Friday, April 25, in Rosedale as part of an ongoing effort to interact with county residents and community leaders. The latest event will be for the...
  • Criticism of Obama is not racism [Letter]

    Criticism of Obama is not racism [Letter]
    Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. questions if the harsh treatment toward the president isn't racist, then what is ("Race and Obama news coverage," April 20)? How about that he's just doing a lousy job, both domestically and especially on the international...
  • The Rev. Gerald Hynes, served in Parkville parish

    The Rev. Gerald Hynes, served in Parkville parish
    The Rev. Gerald Hynes, a Passionist priest who served in a Parkville parish for nearly 30 years, died of a stroke April 16 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 90. Born in Baltimore and raised on Old Frederick Road in Irvington, he was the son...
  • Ehrlich should turn a bit of his criticism on the GOP [Letter]

    Ehrlich should turn a bit of his criticism on the GOP [Letter]
    Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s column "A barrage of wedgies" (April 20) requires a bit of comment. I have known Bob Ehrlich. He is good man. His effectiveness as governor was hampered predominantly, in my opinion, by bad advisers. Be that as it may,...
  • Hereford girls, Arundel boys win Knights Invite

    Hereford girls, Arundel boys win Knights Invite
    Kennedy Keer first started running during her freshman year at Arundel. She was thinking mainly of staying in shape for soccer but something funny happened. “I ended up loving it,” Keer said. She’s remained with running, this year...
  • 30-second timeout with Bryan Sosoo, Reservoir track athlete

    30-second timeout with Bryan Sosoo, Reservoir track athlete
    Reservoir's Bryan Sosoo is a jack-of-all-trades on the track. In his senior indoor season, he wracked up county titles in the long jump (19-4.75) and triple jump (44-11.0), followed by a state championship in the 55-meter dash (6.45). Sosoo is already...
  • Kol HaLev hosts Passover seder in its church home

    Kol HaLev hosts Passover seder in its church home
    Traditional rituals of Passover — the stories, the questions, the food — get a modern spin when Rabbi Geoff Basik presides over Kol HaLev's community seder. The second night observance, held this year on April 15, has become a tradition for...
  • Jews stay within Passover rules by selling bread, buying back after holiday

    Jews stay within Passover rules by selling bread, buying back after holiday
    During Passover, the holiday that begins tonight, observant Jews avoid eating leavened bread and all other foods whose ingredients rise during preparation. That means doing without some of the modern diet's tastiest staples, from bagels and pizza to pasta...
  • Local Jewish communities burn leavened bread in observance of Passover

    Local Jewish communities burn leavened bread in observance of Passover
    Members of the Jewish community gathered in a parking lot at Pimlico Race Course on Monday morning and tossed leavened leftovers into more than two dozen incinerating barrels, burning to a crisp items including slices of pizza and boxes of Cheerios....
  • Bel Air celebrates 'liberating' kite flying at annual festival

    Bel Air celebrates 'liberating' kite flying at annual festival
    Hundreds of people came out Saturday for what one visitor called "good old-fashioned family fun" during the ninth annual Kite Day Festival in Bel Air's Rockfield Park. "Good old-fashioned family fun," April Southard of Bel Air, who came with her 2-year-...
  • Friends School students learn geopolitical lessons in Russia

    Friends School students learn geopolitical lessons in Russia
    Jet-lagged and culture-shocked, Friends School students returned April 3 from a two-week class trip to St. Petersburg, Russia at a time of geopolitical turmoil over the country's annexation of the Ukraine's Crimea region — and in the midst of a...
  • Apartment tower proposed for Inner Harbor site

    Apartment tower proposed for Inner Harbor site
    A Pikesville developer will present plans to the city next week to build one of Baltimore's tallest buildings on the site of the former McCormick & Co. spice factory at the Inner Harbor, transforming the skyline with a luxury apartment tower. The Questar...