- Check out photos of a group of riders participating Saturday in the Catonsville Rails to Trails bike ride, which is a 14-mile mid-morning, two-hour guided bike ride to the Patapsco State Park from the #8 Streetcar Path and back.
- Edward T. “Tom” Maxwell Jr., a retired criminal defense attorney who practiced for more than 50 years and a civil rights activist, died from heart failure July 16 at Gilchrist Center in Towson. He was 88 and lived in Homeland.
- Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos is decrying that his brother, Louis Angelos, took what he calls “the nuclear option” of filing suit over a dispute in how to handle their father’s assets.
- Thomas Michael Volatile, a retired insurance salesman and former Navy lieutenant commander, died of cancer Aug. 8 at his Lewes, Delaware, home. He was 92 and had lived in Hunt Valley.
- Aryeh Wolf, a 25-year-old Baltimore man, was shot and killed Wednesday while working on solar panels in Southeast Washington, D.C.
- Baltimore County police on Friday released the name of a 68-year-old man whose body was found in a burning car in Rosedale more than two weeks ago.
- Questions have been raised about the effectiveness and oversight of the COVID-19 relief program, which awarded $28.6 billion in grants to thousands of businesses.
- After a hot and stormy week, Baltimore can expect sunny skies and temperatures peaking in the low 80s throughout the weekend, with highs of 83 Friday through Sunday.
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- Kathy C. Cordes, a former Baltimore Sun artist who later worked at NASA’s Space Telescope Institute, has died. She was 71.
- A woman suspected of injuring two Baltimore firefighters by shooting a BB gun at a medic unit was arrested Wednesday, Maryland State Police said.
- Baltimore County school board member Lisa Mack announced her resignation Thursday afternoon after serving four years.
- July is typically a hot month for home sales, but rising interest rates and fears of inflation and an economic slowdown threw cold water over the Baltimore region’s once-scorching housing market.
- Gasoline prices dipped to just under the $4 mark for the first time in more than five months — good news for consumers struggling with high prices for many essentials.
- Jeffrey Martin Arnstein, an antiques restorer who was a mentor to at-risk Baltimore teens, died July 30 at his Towson home. He was 75.
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- John W. Stewart, a former longtime Baltimore Sun sports reporter who spent the last two decades of his career reporting on professional and amateur golf, died from complications of an infection Thursday at the Gilchrist Center in Towson.
- Wayne R. Schaumburg, a retired Baltimore public schools teacher and history buff, died Friday at his Ocean View, Delaware, home. The former longtime Perry Hall resident was 76.
- Parents, students and community volunteers created inspirational paintings this summer at Westchester Elementary School in Catonsville.
- The Baltimore County Board of Education voted unanimously early Tuesday evening to approve a midyear supplemental budget appropriation of nearly $50 million to satisfy systemwide raises for fiscal year 2023.
- The Baltimore County day care owner arrested in Washington, D.C., after allegedly shooting her husband over allegations he’d molested children is set for trial in early December.
- A new plan to prevent damage in Baltimore from storms like Sandy in 2012 and Isabel doesn’t include sea walls of storm surge barriers, except for the city’s tunnels, and instead recommends property owners flood-proof their homes and businesses near the Patapsco River.