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  • Impending snowfall shuffles Basketball Academy schedule

    Impending snowfall shuffles Basketball Academy schedule
    With so many public school jurisdictions canceling afternoon activities because of the impending snowfall, Basketball Academy officials have been forced to shuffle the schedule for today's games after all. School officials in Kent and Prince George's,...
  • Pages from the Past: Tugboat owner presents gift for construction of seminary

    An article in the Jan. 11, 1913, edition of The Argus announced a generous gift to an area seminary that will be used for the construction of a chapel on the Maiden Choice Lane campus. A gift of $40,000 promised to St. Charles' College near...
  • Prometric to open $12 million facility in White Marsh

    Prometric to open $12 million facility in White Marsh
    Prometric, a Baltimore-based provider of educational testing services, plans to open a $12 million facility in White Marsh this June, county and company officials said Wednesday. The Global Operations Center of Excellence, planned to open in June, will...
  • Raymond Griffith Sinclair Jr., BGE executive

    Raymond Griffith Sinclair Jr., BGE executive
    Raymond Griffith Sinclair Jr., a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. executive who was a decorated World War II Marine, died Monday of congestive heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 92. Born and raised in Collingswood, N.J., Mr. Sinclair was...
  • Football: Friday scores from around the area

    Football: Friday scores from around the area
    The Baltimore Sun’s Top 15 No. 3 River Hill 54, Hammond 28 No. 4 Arundel 49, No. 15 South River 6 No. 5 Old Mill 42, Northeast 0 No. 6 Westminster 36, Martinsburg, WV 33 No. 9 Franklin¬† 35, No. 7 Catonsville 30 Long Reach 13, No. 11 Atholton...
  • Bond passage would mean air conditioning for Catonsville Elementary School

    Bond passage would mean air conditioning for Catonsville Elementary School
    Catonsville Elementary School is one of 10 public schools in Baltimore County that will be getting air conditioning should a bond measure to pay for it pass in upcoming election. The $149 million bond referendum question on the Nov. 6 ballot includes a...
  • Irene C. "Connie" Rosenker, homemaker

    Irene C. "Connie" Rosenker, homemaker
    Irene C. "Connie" Rosenker, a homemaker who had been a singer during the 1930s, died Sept. 17 at Sinai Hospital from complications resulting from a fall in her Northwest Baltimore home. She was 91. The daughter of a haberdasher and a Boy Scouts...
  • Baltimore County man sentenced to 11 years for ID theft scheme

    Baltimore County man sentenced to 11 years for ID theft scheme
    A federal judge on Monday sentenced a Baltimore County man to 11 years in prison and ordered him to pay close to $200,000 in restitution to victims of a wire fraud and identity theft scheme that victimized Johns Hopkins doctors, among some 250 others, the...
  • Glut of grocers fight for share of Towson

    Glut of grocers fight for share of Towson
    Kurt Schertle paid his tuition at Towson University by working full-time at the Shoppers grocery store on Goucher Boulevard. The job launched a career and last week Schertle returned as executive vice president of sales and marketing at Weis Markets...
  • 'Fiscal cliff' deal approved, avoiding tax increases, spending cuts

    'Fiscal cliff' deal approved, avoiding tax increases, spending cuts
    A bipartisan plan to avoid federal spending reductions and tax increases that would hit Maryland especially hard won final approval Tuesday night in the House of Representatives even as outside groups warned that the bill would simply delay difficult...
  • Maryland court considers liability of bars in drunken-driving crashes

    Maryland court considers liability of bars in drunken-driving crashes
    Michael D. Eaton ran up a tab for 17 beers plus other drinks before he left a Gaithersburg tavern, according to court records. Forty-five minutes later, behind the wheel of his Range Rover, he slammed into the back of a Jeep Cherokee at a speed...
  • Shattering prices don't deter rare glass collectors at Essex show

    Shattering prices don't deter rare glass collectors at Essex show
    History's throwaways and discards emerged as coveted attractions Sunday when bottles, vials and flasks that spent decades buried in dumps and privies returned in translucent glory. Billed as the "largest one-day bottle show in the world," the...