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  • Kay Halle, activist and day care center founder

    Kay Halle, activist and day care center founder
    Kay Halle, who founded a Waverly child care center and was active in the labor rights movement, died of cancer March 1 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Abell neighborhood resident was 67. Born in Baltimore and raised in Pikesville, she was the daughter of...
  • Biggest wedding fashion trends of 2014

    Biggest wedding fashion trends of 2014
    Long gone are the days that brides have to follow the rules and make their way down the aisle wearing a stark white wedding gown. Today, brides have options, and the biggest trend option this year is color. "Brides who want a gown that is different...
  • Sharon L. Friedlander

    Sharon L. Friedlander
    Sharon L. Friedlander, a much beloved Baltimore County public schools special education teacher, died Jan. 24 of giant cell myocarditis, a rare disease that attacks the heart, at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The longtime Pikesville resident was 59. "Sharon...
  • Kamenetz to answer questions from public in Catonsville Friday

    Kamenetz to answer questions from public in Catonsville Friday
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is scheduled to hold the latest in a series of community forums called "Coffee with Kevin" Friday in Catonsville and the public is invited to join him for coffee and doughnuts. Similar gatherings have been...
  • Ralph R. Baney, sculptor

    Ralph R. Baney, sculptor
    Ralph R. Baney, a sculptor and ceramic artist who taught at Dundalk Community College, died of an aortic aneurysm Jan. 21 at his Ellicott City home. He was 84. Born in Trinidad, he was the son of Baney Seecharan and Bhagia Seecharan. After study at...
  • Her house condemned, elderly woman sleeps in a van

    Her house condemned, elderly woman sleeps in a van
    The elderly woman who lives in the van in the shopping center on 41st Street in Hampden is Harriet Kahn. It says "Kahn" on the vanity plates of her van, but "Can" is how she pronounces her name because, she says, the softer "ah" (as in "Kaan") gives her...
  • NeighborCare closes five Baltimore-area pharmacies

    NeighborCare closes five Baltimore-area pharmacies
    NeighborCare Pharmacies has closed five of its Baltimore-area locations. Customers are being directed to use nearby Walgreens locations to fill their existing prescriptions The pharmacies closed at 4 p.m. Friday. NeighborCare could not be immediately...
  • For Pikesville-raised Becky Perlow, path around world winds upward to Mount Kilimanjaro

    For Pikesville-raised Becky Perlow, path around world winds upward to Mount Kilimanjaro
    For Becky Perlow, the next destination looms 19,341 feet above sea level. The goal? Reaching the top of Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro, located 3 degrees south of the equator and deemed by many the highest free-standing and "walkable" mountain in the world....
  • Baltimore County merchants tap into county revitalization program

    Baltimore County merchants tap into county revitalization program
    Plans for redevelopment in downtown Towson have prompted area merchants to consider face-lifts of their own, spurring renewed interest in a Baltimore County program for commercial revitalization. To keep up with projects that will bring new stores,...
  • Arundel police arrest man who they say sought to rob prostitutes

    Arundel police arrest man who they say sought to rob prostitutes
    An armed man posing as a police officer was arrested amid an Anne Arundel prostitution sting designed to net would-be johns, authorities said. Steven James Gravley Jr., 27, of the unit block of Stockmill Road in Pikesville was charged with attempted...
  • No reparations, no business [Commentary]

    No reparations, no business [Commentary]
    While it was many years ago, the horrific injustices I experienced during the Holocaust are seared in my brain. I can still recall in explicit detail the atrocities I saw as I was placed in a cattle car bound for a Nazi death camp and as I watched...
  • Long Reach center merchants welcome county's help

    Long Reach center merchants welcome county's help
    Corey Samuel said it has been difficult to attract new customers to Community Cutz Barber Shop and Salon in the Long Reach Village Center. Samuel, a manager at the business, said he knows why. "It's not good," Samuel said Friday about the village...