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  • Civil war events

    Civil war events
    Sesquicentennial events abound as the four-year observance of the Civil War begins this week. Here's a sampler of those upcoming in the next few months: Maryland Baltimore, April 15-17: Commemorative events, living-history exhibits and a grand...
  • Notebook: Kameron Williams stars for MSJ, could be close to a Terps offer

    Notebook: Kameron Williams stars for MSJ, could be close to a Terps offer
    Nearly every time it seemed St. Frances might pull away from Mount St. Joseph on Friday night, Kameron Williams had an answer. The junior shooting guard kept the Gaels -- who trailed by 10 at the half -- in the game, most notably during his 10-point...
  • Adam Richman rates Faidley's crab cake sandwich Wednesday night on Travel Channel

    Adam Richman rates Faidley's crab cake sandwich Wednesday night on Travel Channel
    The celebrated crab cake sandwich at Baltimore's Faidley Seafood  gets some national TV love Wednesday night at 9 on the Travel Channel. Faidley's crab cake on white bread with lettuce and tomato is featured on "Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America,"...
  • City to name new director of finance

    A former District of Columbia and Richmond, Va., finance official will be named Baltimore's new director of finance on Monday, city officials said. Harry E. Black, a Baltimore native who wrote a guide to economic development for cities, will replace...
  • City finance nominee had turbulent record in Richmond

    Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's nominee for city finance director spent a tumultuous three years as top financial official in Richmond, Va., during which he oversaw the forced ejection of the school board from City Hall and was sued by the...
  • Engagements: County residents set to tie the knot

    Courtney Winn Faudree and Tyler Marion Hurd Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Faudree, of Urbanna, Va. announce the engagement of their daughter, Courtney Winn Faudree, to Tyler Marion Hurd, son of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Hurd Jr., of West Friendship. Faudree, a...
  • Keswick Multi-Care Center refocusing on community-based health

    Keswick Multi-Care Center refocusing on community-based health
    When Libby Bowerman retired late last year as chief executive officer of Keswick Multi-Care Center, she said the long-term and memory care facility was well-positioned for "whatever health care is going to become." But what that would be exactly was...
  • Prosecution to rest Wednesday in Huguely trial

    Prosecution to rest Wednesday in Huguely trial
    — Prosecutors in the Charlottesville murder trial of George Huguely V plan to rest their case Wednesday, on the sixth day of testimony, against the former University of Virginia student, having portrayed him — largely through his own words...
  • The rise (and rights) of same-sex couples

    The rise (and rights) of same-sex couples
    If Maryland lawmakers needed greater evidence that the time has come to legalize same-sex marriage in the state, they need look no further than the 51 percent increase in same-sex couples reported this week by the U.S. Census. This isn't a population...
  • Gladys W. Winter, homemaker

    Gladys W. Winter, homemaker
    Gladys W. Winter, a homemaker and benefactor of several Baltimore cultural institutions, died Wednesday of emphysema at her home on Roland Mews in the Village of Cross Keys. She was 88. Gladys Woolford, the daughter of a banker and a homemaker, was born...
  • Women's lacrosse Player of the Week: Kim Kolarik, Virginia

    Women's lacrosse Player of the Week: Kim Kolarik, Virginia
    Kim Kolarik, Virginia Junior, Riva, goalkeeper The South River graduate helped the No. 6 Cavaliers remain undefeated by making 10 saves, including two at point-blank range, in the final five minutes of a 9-7 victory Sunday over then-No. 12 Syracuse....
  • Dr. John L. Pitts

    Dr. John L. Pitts
    Dr. John Leake Pitts, a retired pediatrician who during a long career in public health had been the acting Anne Arundel County health officer, died of cancer Wednesday at his Annapolis Roads home. He was 85. Born in Roanoke, Va., he was the son of John...