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  • Hell's Kitchen is back!

     
    Here's John-John on last night's Hell's Kitchen:Sixteen contestants sweat over food while a larger-than-life egoed celebrity yells at them. Am I still watching The Biggest Loser? Naw. Hell’s Kitchen is back, and Gordon Ramsay picks up right where we...
  • Family finds that helping others pays handsomely

    Family finds that helping others pays handsomely
    Morris and Sandra Hill sit atop a corporate ladder fashioned from their own family tree. The couple has helped build Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. into a $17 million enterprise. Two of Sandra Hill's children have jobs paying six-figure salaries, and...
  • Goucher routs Susquehanna to advance to Landmark final

    Goucher routs Susquehanna to advance to Landmark final
    The Goucher men's lacrosse team advanced to the Landmark Conference tournament final for the third time in four years courtesy of a record-setting performance by Rory Averett. The junior attackman scored a game-high four goals to pace the top-seeded...
  • 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...
  • Builders group sues EPA over Bay cleanup plan

    A national home builders' group has gone to court to block the Environmental Protection Agency's plan for cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay. The lawsuit filed Monday by the National Association of Home Builders in U.S. District Court in Scranton, Pa.,...
  • Owings Mills Times Head of the Class

    Jennifer Frank, of Reisterstown, daughter of Timothy and Jamie Frank, and a graduate of Garrison Forest School, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Bucknell University. Stephen Wilkes, a 13-year-old eighth-grade student at...
  • Anthony Francis 'Tony' Bufano, greeting card executive, dies

    Anthony Francis "Tony" Bufano, a retired greeting card executive and fisherman, died July 8 of heart failure at his Lochearn home. He was 83. The son of Italian immigrant parents, Mr. Bufano was born and raised in Scranton, Pa., where he graduated from...
  • Biden shows what Romney lacks

    Biden shows what Romney lacks
    As the Republicans continue to fret over Mitt Romney's authenticity or lack thereof, the Democrats unleashed their version in Ohio the other day by sending Vice President Joe Bidento a United Auto Workers hall in Toledo. Talk about sending coals to...
  • Streetcar museum has winter visitor

    Earlier this month on an insufferable Baltimore summer's day, the only thing my colleague and friend Jacques Kelly and I wanted after work were a couple of tall cool gin-and-tonics. And in pursuit of those wonderful English Raj heat beaters, our...
  • WBAL radio hires Mary Beth Marsden as afternoon drivetime anchor

    WBAL radio hires Mary Beth Marsden as afternoon drivetime anchor
    WBAL radio has signed Mary Beth Marsden as the new anchor of its "Afternoon News Journal." She will start Sept. 6 at the news/talk station's afternoon drivetime anchor desk. The former anchorwoman for WMAR-TV replaces Shari Elliker whom the station...
  • Brian R. Murphy, veteran and technical adviser, dies

    Brian R. Murphy, veteran and technical adviser, dies
    Brian R. Murphy, a Social Security Administration senior technical adviser and Army veteran, died Friday of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The lifelong Hamilton resident was 59. The son of a Baltimore Life Insurance Co. regional manager and...
  • Baltimore's reconstructed railroad station opened 100 years ago this week

    Baltimore's reconstructed railroad station opened 100 years ago this week
    The doors of Baltimore's new Union Station, now Pennsylvania Station, swung open a century ago this week to welcome enthusiastic crowds of Baltimoreans, travelers and gawkers alike. Its completion was considered a great civic triumph after years of...