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  • Brochin, residents speak out against sale of Baltimore County public properties

    Brochin, residents speak out against sale of Baltimore County public properties
    State Sen. Jim Brochin questioned Tuesday how taxpayers would benefit from Baltimore County's plan to sell the Towson firehouse to developers, as residents called on the County Council to delay or stop the sale of that site and the North Point...
  • For some, Black Friday shopping began on Thanksgiving

    For some, Black Friday shopping began on Thanksgiving
    Anna Szuba of Pasadena shopped on Thanksgiving last year -- two hours in line to get in the store and three hours in line to get out. No thanks, she said. This year she started around midnight Friday and worked through her gift list among much smaller...
  • Shoppers come out for calmer Black Friday

    Shoppers come out for calmer Black Friday
    Opposed to shopping on Thanksgiving Day, Betty Allen of West Friendship waited until midnight to head to Walmart in Ellicott City for $2 DVDs and then shopped through the night without crowds to buy boots and clothing for her four children with stops at...
  • Dolores B. Scott, educator

    Dolores B. Scott, educator
    Dolores B. Scott, a retired educator and librarian who taught in Baltimore public schools for three decades and was a world traveler, died Nov. 19 of Alzheimer's disease at Chaparral Winds Hospice in Sun City West, Ariz. The longtime Randallstown...
  • Shakespeare troupe tries its hand at 'The Nutcracker and the Mouse King'

    Shakespeare troupe tries its hand at 'The Nutcracker and the Mouse King'
    It was bitter cold inside a 240-seat theater in St. Mary's Episcopal Outreach Center, where members of the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory rehearsed "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" on Sunday, Dec. 1. As it turned out, the boiler was on the blink....
  • Council members question plan to lease tract to Towson Row developer

    Council members question plan to lease tract to Towson Row developer
    County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's administration is asking the County Council to lease a desirable piece of downtown Towson real estate to a high-profile developer without a bid process, drawing questions from some council members and from a businessman...
  • Heavy snow surpassing forecasts, with ice still ahead

    Heavy snow surpassing forecasts, with ice still ahead
    Several inches of snow fell across the Baltimore area, with as much as 5-7 inches in some spots, and ice was still ahead as a winter storm that has traveled across the country packed more of a punch in Maryland than forecasters expected. While a maximum...
  • Peaceful snow, hectic holidays

    Peaceful snow, hectic holidays
    Those sappy carols have it all wrong. "Let it Snow" and "White Christmas" and all the rest lead us to think snow makes this time of year more magical. But in reality, nothing messes up holiday plans in Baltimore like a good snowfall. Churches and...
  • Roundup: Mt. Hebron girls upset No. 11 River Hill, 70-51

    Mount Hebron got off to a 2-0 start in girls basketball by handing No. 11 River Hill its second straight loss Wednesday night. A smothering first-half defense and points from 11 Vikings helped them upset the Hawks, 70-51. Tianna Wallpher led Mount...
  • Basketball Game of the Week: No. 8 Poly vs. Woodrow Wilson (D.C.)

    Basketball Game of the Week: No. 8 Poly vs. Woodrow Wilson (D.C.)
    What: Spark at the Park When: Friday, 5:30 p.m. Where: Forest Park KEY PLAYERS Poly: John Crosby, Sr., G; Chris Feldman, Sr., G; Marcel Thompson, Jr., F/G Woodrow Wilson: Larry Holmes, Sr., G; Dimone Long, Sr., G; Miles Gillette, Jr., F KEYS...
  • Generations flock to visit Mondawmin's 'color blind' Santa Luke

    Generations flock to visit Mondawmin's 'color blind' Santa Luke
    When he was growing up near Mondawmin Mall and the Christmas season rolled around, Andrew Dubose rarely missed a chance to visit the old man in the red suit and white beard who always gave him such a warm holiday greeting. Now 39, married, and the...
  • Varsity basketball: Led by Finckel, St. Timothy's girls defeat Oldfields, 64-30, extend winning streak to 30

    St. Timothy's extended its winning streak to 30 games with a 64-30 victory over Oldfields in girls basketball Wednesday night. St. Timothy's (10-0, 7-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference) were led by Olivia Finckel with 20 points and 17...