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  • Balto. Co. Council approves $17.2 million for air conditioning at five schools

    Balto. Co. Council approves $17.2 million for air conditioning at five schools
    The Baltimore County Council on Monday approved spending $17.2 million to air condition schools in Middle River, Parkville, Pikesville, Windsor Mill and Woodlawn. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz requested the funding for Featherbed Lane, Hawthorne,...
  • After failed candidacy in District 10, Ware-Newsome tries hand in District 44B

    After failed candidacy in District 10, Ware-Newsome tries hand in District 44B
    After an unsuccessful attempt to run for state delegate in District 10 in 2010, Frederick Ware-Newsome has joined the race for two open delegate seats in the county's new District 44B. Ware-Newsome, a Democrat who works as an income maintenance...
  • The NRA stands with Syria, Iran and North Korea

     The NRA stands with Syria, Iran and North Korea
    To all those who sincerely believe they are being virtuous and standing up for the principles of smaller government, I ask you to examine two recent events that indicates that you are being used. The first example is the National Rifle Association...
  • What's so scary about Obamacare?

    What's so scary about Obamacare?
    The government taking responsibility for medical insurance? The fact is that this has been around for more than half a century in the form of Medicare. And for low-income people who are not eligible for Medicare, there is Medicaid. This is not a new...
  • Myopic on the prospect of default

     Myopic on the prospect of default
    I am amazed that some people are so myopic that they can't bring themselves to listen to the financial experts on matters such as the prospect of a U.S. default on its debts ("A deal, three weeks too late," Oct. 17). It is no secret that a default would...
  • Emily Velelli, seamstress

    Emily Velelli, seamstress
    Emily Velelli, who survived the Holocaust after being hidden by gentiles in war-torn Greece, then immigrated to Baltimore, where she worked as a seamstress, died Tuesday of breast cancer at her Pikesville home. She was 100. The daughter of Jacob Osmou,...
  • Wedded: Kimberly Reis and Mario Soto

    Wedded: Kimberly Reis and Mario Soto
    Date: Aug. 10 Her story: Kimberly "Kimi" Reis, 29, grew up in Pigtown. She has worked in the dental field for 11 years and is a practice administrator at Elliott Family Dentistry in Linthicum. Her mother, Pam Reis, and grandparents, Bill and Shirley...
  • No confidence in Gansler

     No confidence in Gansler
    After reading the latest faux pas in the Doug Gansler saga, we are voting "No Confidence" in our state attorney general ("Gansler says he made 'a mistake,'" Oct. 24). We have a message for Mr. Gansler: We are no longer confident in your ability to serve...
  • Madge R. Cannon, office worker

    Madge R. Cannon, office worker
    Madge R. Cannon, a retired Social Security Administration worker and longtime member of Fulton Baptist Church, died Oct. 22 of heart failure at Envoy of Pikesville nursing home. She was 86. The daughter of Willie Rice, a factory worker, and Clara...
  • Waverly, Pikesville post office managers charged with taking bribes

    Waverly, Pikesville post office managers charged with taking bribes
    The small grassy hill and handful of hedges around the United States post office in Waverly aren't much to look at. But federal prosecutors allege that for branch manager Richard L. Wright III, the grounds were a cash cow. Authorities filed criminal...
  • GOP is out of touch on the shutdown, debt ceiling

     GOP is out of touch on the shutdown, debt ceiling
    Republican Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul for too long have lead the GOP into believing their claim that the debt ceiling and government shutdown issues won't cause an economic calamity ("Ted Cruz wins by losing," Sept. 27). All well and good senators,...
  • Baltimore County signs contract to purchase Hereford Library building

    Baltimore County signs contract to purchase Hereford Library building
    Four days after the Hereford Library celebrated its 25th anniversary, a birthday gift from Baltimore County arrived in the form of a long-anticipated announcement from 3rd District County Councilman Todd Huff that the county has a signed contract to...