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  • Homer E. Favor, civil rights activist

    Homer E. Favor, civil rights activist
    Dr. Homer Eli Favor, a retired Morgan State University economist who was an original member of the civil rights activist group whose members called themselves the "Goon Squad," died of heart disease Saturday at the Baltimore-Washington Medical Center. A...
  • Police identify third suspect in shooting death of 1-year-old

    Police identify third suspect in shooting death of 1-year-old
    Baltimore police have identified a third suspect in last month's shooting death of a 1-year-old in Cherry Hill, and they are asking the public for help finding him. Police allege that Rashid Mayo, 22, was one of three gunmen who fired about 16 shots into...
  • The Rev. Dr. Alfred A. Vaughn, Methodist pastor

    The Rev. Dr. Alfred A. Vaughn, Methodist pastor
    The Rev. Dr. Alfred A. Vaughn, who had pastored United Methodist churches for nearly 40 years, died May 21 of heart disease at his Cedonia home. He was 90. "He was clear, insightful and persuasive but not loud. He was gentle. That is the way he was as...
  • Hold elected officials accountable for violence

    Hold elected officials accountable for violence
    Seeing the article with the folks in Cherry Hill who prayed for the baby is heartbreaking ("Cherry Hill community asks for peace," May 30). Your paper refuses to address the real issues however. Violence is out of control in America. The Los Angeles...
  • Joseph R. Carlozo, Calvert Hall football coach

    Joseph R. Carlozo, Calvert Hall football coach
    Joseph R. Carlozo, a former Calvert Hall College High School football coach whose team had a legendary closing-seconds victory at Memorial Stadium on Thanksgiving Day in 1969, died of stroke complications May 20 at Forest Hill Health and Rehabilitation...
  • Berger Cookies returned to stores Monday

    Berger Cookies returned to stores Monday
    A delivery truck stocked with Berger cookies rolled out of the Cherry Hill bakery Monday morning for the first time in more than a month. The well-known sweets are finally back in stores after Berger’s closure by the Baltimore City Health Department...
  • JigSaw Marketing Solutions awarded three new projects

    JigSaw Marketing Solutions, a strategic marketing and communications firm focused on providing results-driven marketing support, was recently awarded three new projects, including two with new clients. Independence Solar, a commercial solar energy...
  • Where are the Berger Cookies?

    Where are the Berger Cookies?
    Where are the Berger Cookies? They're not at Eddie's of Roland Park, where the fudge-topped icons have been missing for at least a week and a half. And they're not even at the Berger bakery stall at Lexington Market. A message on Berger’s website...
  • Health Department closes Berger Cookies for operating without a license

    Health Department closes Berger Cookies for operating without a license
    The Baltimore City Health Department shut down Berger Cookies after receiving an anonymous complaint about the iconic Baltimore-based bakery and subsequently learning it was operating without a license. And now the city is not sure if the bakery ever...
  • Berger Cookies bakery closer to reopening

    Berger Cookies bakery closer to reopening
    The makers of Baltimore’s famous Berger Cookies were closer Monday to reopening their Cherry Hill bakery, a spokesman said. The Baltimore City Health Department closed the bakery Jan. 31 for operating without a city-issued food service license. The...
  • Mayor allows paid-time off to tutor city students

    Baltimore city government employees are now able to devote up to two work hours per week to helping third-grade students hone their reading skills, the mayor's office announced this month. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake signed the executive order on...
  • Three arrested for string of robberies that included Lansdowne, Arbutus incidents

    Three men have been arrested in connection with 24 convenience store robberies — three of which occurred in Lansdowne and Arbutus — over the course of six weeks, according to Baltimore County Police. Police have arrested Omar Hance, 31, of...