- Drew S. Talbott, owner of a local construction company who was also a competitive Chesapeake Bay sailor, died of a heart attack Sept. 8. The longtime Anneslie resident was 58.
- Walter W. Brewster, a retired Alex. Brown & Sons stockbroker, conservationist and sportsman who enjoyed fox hunting, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Sept. 8 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
- After almost 45 years to the day that police found her body dumped near a cemetery, Baltimore County Police said detectives identified “Woodlawn Jane Doe” thanks to new DNA testing.
- In an unusual trial that concluded Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Maryland, the jury heard directly from two defendants who said they had taken their charges to trial even though they were guilty.
- Mary D. “Molly” Buchanan, a former sales associate who was an avid tennis and bridge player, died of respiratory failure Sept. 4 at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.
- A fire on the fourth floor of a senior living apartment in Edgemere Wednesday morning injured multiple residents, according to the Baltimore County Fire Department.
- This all-stone, former carriage house in Phoenix was built in the early 20th century and is reminiscent of an English country manor.
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- Baltimore County school board doubled down Tuesday night on a plan to replace Towson and Dulaney high schools following a heated debate among the elected leaders, school system staff and community members.
- Hurricane Ida moved through Louisiana in late August leaving flooding, damaged property, power outages and destruction in its wake. In the aftermath, food is needed, especially fresh food, and First Fruit Farms, a local nonprofit farm dedicated to providing fresh, nutritious food to those in need, is stepping in to help.
- For those who are new to Judaism in Baltimore, Yom Kippur looms as a major landmark on a long spiritual journey.
- A 63-year-old man was charged with murder after allegedly stabbing and lighting someone on fire in Pikesville on Friday, police said.
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- James T. Brady, former chairman of the University System of Maryland’s board of regents and secretary of the state’s Department of Business and Economic Development, died Friday in Aldie, Virginia. He was 81.
- Amazon has opened two new last-mile delivery centers in the Baltimore area and is ramping up hiring for thousands of open jobs across the region and state.
- After closing in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and undergoing a 14-month renovation, Baltimore County leaders and officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for the Reisterstown branch. The renovated library features a redesigned floor plan, an enclosed central courtyard, new teen area, new meeting room, a revamped children’s area, a digitization lab for preserving family photos or films, and more.
- More than half of Maryland school systems may soon institute routine testing for unvaccinated students or staff in an effort to tamp down the spread of the coronavirus among schoolchildren and the surrounding communities.
- Host Catonsville watched Knights’ midfielder Mackenzie Feltz take over the game Monday night, scoring two goals and adding two assists to lead Century to a dominant 5-0 victory.
- Howard Klein, an executive of his family’s supermarket chain and a past president of the McDonogh School board of trustees, died of a glioblastoma Saturday at his home in the Phoenix section of Baltimore County. He was 63.