- In the twilight of his life, Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos’ vast portfolio of Baltimore assets could be broken up amid a family feud over who will control them.
- Bernice Howard Carver, a retired Baltimore City Schools teacher whose baseball enthusiasm earned her a seat at Earl Weaver’s dinner table, has died. The former Woodington Road and Ellicott City resident was 82.
- The Maryland State Department of Education will grant more than $169 million to school systems across the state as part of the Maryland Leads Initiative.
- Workers at an Apple store in Towson won national attention after becoming the first of the tech giant’s U.S. employees to unionize. Starbucks baristas in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood were the first of the chain’s Maryland employees to win a union vote. But labor experts warn that those workers now face new hurdles in a process that's tilted in favor of employers.
- York & Penn Art Gallery at Triple Crown Studio has partnered with Justice Arts Coalition on a compelling new art show called “Sotto Voce.” An opening reception June 17 featured refreshments, artist interviews, and blues by Mark “Muleman” Massey.
- Bruce R. Eicher, who was organist and director of music at Grace United Methodist Church for nearly six decades and was a faculty member at Peabody Conservatory of Music, has died of congestive heart failure. The Timonium resident was 90.
- A jury awarded a woman a $2.4 million verdict following a Baltimore County Circuit Court trial in which attorneys argued that a delay in removing a breast tumor led to more medical treatments and an increased risk for future disease.
- Los Angeles-based attorneys whose resumes include a battle over the estate of Michael Jackson, family fights over sports franchises and a multimillion-dollar award against O.J. Simpson will represent Peter Angelos’ wife, Georgia, and his son, John, in a lawsuit filed by his younger son, Louis.
- An 88-year-old male pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle in Randallstown on Saturday, Baltimore County Police said Tuesday.
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- Five people were taken to the hospital after a fire in Dundalk early Tuesday morning that damaged three homes.
- Robbie Leonard, a Democratic candidate for Baltimore County state’s attorney, was reprimanded in 2020 by Maryland’s attorney disciplinary commission for audio recording the cross-examination of an expert witness during a trial with his cell phone. Leonard is challenging incumbent Scott Shellenberger, who raised the issue during a candidate forum Monday night.
- Brian Ruppel was a three-sport standout for Catonsville, a stingy goalie for lacrosse and soccer and a point guard in basketball. Ruppel is the Catonsville-Arbutus Times 2022 Male Athlete of the Year,
- Radio show host Cassandra Ferguson is elevating and uplifting others through her Towson-based Elevation media brand.
- Marion E. “Elain” House, whose career as a physical education instructor and award-winning coach at Lansdowne High School spanned more than three decades, died Thursday from bladder cancer at her Linthicum home. She was 76.
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- With Maryland’s gas tax scheduled to increase automatically about 7 cents this week, the state’s only Republican member of Congress said Monday he doesn’t support reigning in the federal 18-cent gas tax, but that Maryland officials should suspend the state-level tax for the rest of the year.
- Rising costs fired by inflation are top of mind for most Maryland voters, but something the state's many gubernatorial candidates — even as governor — can do little about. The candidates' economic plans focus instead on jobs, wages and new investments to benefit workers.
- Sandra Watson Butzow, a retired Johns Hopkins occupational art therapist, died of heart disease June 9 at Gilchrist Hospice Towson. She was 89 and lived in the Broadmead Retirement Community in Cockeysville.
- UMBC and CCBC will receive more than $1 million in federal funds for Upward Bound programs, thanks to the Maryland congressional delegation.
- Several schools within the University System of Maryland look to expand their degree options by offering health- and technology-based programs.