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  • Canton's new Fork & Wrench bar/restaurant at 'full blast' this weekend

    Canton's new Fork & Wrench bar/restaurant at 'full blast' this weekend
    The Fork & Wrench, a new bar/restaurant in Canton modeled on Prohibition-era speakeasies, shifts to full-mode this weekend after a week-long soft launch. Andy Gruver, one of the owners, said the grand opening is March 29, but he promised the bar will...
  • Kiplinger: Baltimore one of the best cities for high-paying jobs

    Kiplinger: Baltimore one of the best cities for high-paying jobs
    I love rankings, particularly when Baltimore or Maryland makes the cut by some outside group. Who can forget when Baltimore was rated by a travel magazine as having the ugliest people. In this latest rankings, Kiplinger magazine named Baltimore as one...
  • Towson University to host life celebration for Greg Giovanazzi, 54, former NCAA, Olympic volleyball coach

    Towson University to host life celebration for Greg Giovanazzi, 54, former NCAA, Olympic volleyball coach
    The Towson University community is expressing condolences this week to colleague, Deb Moriarty, for the death of her husband, Gregory Giovanazzi. Moriarty is vice president for student affairs at Towson University, and also serves as president for the...
  • Norman Henley, teacher

    Norman Henley, teacher
    Norman Henley, a retired Russian-language and world literature teacher and academic editor, died of congestive heart failure at the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville. He was 96 and had earlier lived in Remington and Charles Village. Born in...
  • Warped Tour bands volunteer at Hampden school

    Warped Tour bands volunteer at Hampden school
    Coming off a grueling schedule of playing six concerts in as many days during a heat wave, rock bands in the Vans Warped Tour had one day off on Monday, July 25, before they would play another 13 shows in a row, beginning at Merriwether Post Pavilion on...
  • Mega Millions: What's up with Mirlande Wilson's 'Sweet Swine' cap?

    Mega Millions: What's up with Mirlande Wilson's 'Sweet Swine' cap?
    Update: Mirlande Wilson told WRC-TVĀ  in Washington Thursday that she has lost her ticket. If you've been following the bizarre story about the Baltimore woman who claims she may have won a piece of the Mega Millions record-breaking $656 million jackpot,...
  • Descendants offer stories from ill-fated Clara Nevada

    A recent column on the wreck of the steamer Clara Nevada, which went to the bottom in 1898 while returning from the Alaska gold fields with the loss of all hands and a cargo of gold dust worth $13.6 million today, brought interesting reader feedback. The...
  • Demetrius J. Dukas, iconographer who painted churches

    Demetrius J. Dukas, iconographer who painted churches
    Demetrius James Dukas, a world-renowned Byzantine iconographer who decorated churches with mosaics and paintings in the United States and abroad, died June 17 from complications of an infection at his home in Bowie. He was 83. The son of Greek...
  • BMA guards show their artistic sides with 'Guardists'

    BMA guards show their artistic sides with 'Guardists'
    Art museum guards don't, as a rule, call much attention to themselves. The unobtrusive men and women in uniform who ensure the safety of what's on the walls and floors are expected to issue do-not-touch reminders as needed. They'll also direct you to a...
  • College news

    Valecia Winston, of Laurel, received a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma Norman campus. Benjamin Cameron, a sophomore from Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester atWashington College, inChestertown. Alex Paxton, of...
  • Demetrius J. Dukas

    Demetrius J. Dukas
    Demetrius James Dukas, a world-renowned Byzantine iconographer who decorated churches with mosaics and paintings throughout the United States and abroad, died June 17 from complications of an infection at his home in Bowie. He was 83. The son of Greek...
  • New president and CEO named at St. Joseph Medical Center

    St. Joseph Medical Center announced Friday, Aug. 12, that Charles Neumann has been named as the center's president and chief executive officer, effective Aug. 23. "I know St. Joseph Medical Center and I admire its mission, its outstanding physicians...