- In a valiant bid to knock off a third straight undefeated opponent to bring home the program’s fifth championship and first since 1997, the Generals fell just short.
- Sammi Sisolak pitched her way to the first Comets softball state title in program history, as they took down previously undefeated North County, 1-0, in the Class 4A championship game at Bachman Sports Complex on Friday.
- Two pet stores in Towson and Rockville have been charged with consumer violations by the Maryland attorney general’s office.
- Richard Eaton Llewellyn, a retired Northrop Grumman engineer who made videos of his global travels, has died at 75.
- Becky Pringle, president of the National Education Association which represents teachers in most of Maryland’s school school systems, is joining President Joe Biden and the American Federation of Teachers in supporting a return to in-person learning.
- Maryland State Police are investigating a crash that killed a construction worker Wednesday night on I-95 North in White Marsh.
- Baltimore County residents will start seeing higher water and wastewater bills July 1 after the city Board of Estimates unanimously approved a 4% rate increase Wednesday.
- Holton F. "Brownie" Brown, a longtime Baltimore Sun editorial assistant and stalwart volunteer for years at the Fire Museum of Maryland, has died at 79.
- The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra recently announced the return of its free and weekly in-person summer concert series on Thursday's this July at Oregon Ridge Park.
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- The Hereford boys lacrosse team came back from down 7-3 in the second quarter to beat Glenelg 13-12 in the MPSSAA Class 2A semifinals on Wednesday, June 16, 2021.
- The Baltimore County Republican was one of 21 House members, all Republicans, voting against a measure on Tuesday to award the Congressional Gold Medal to U.S. Capitol Police and others officers at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
- Developers have plans to turn a historic flour mill in Oella, along the banks of the Patapsco River across from Old Ellicott City, into a mixed-use apartment complex with a retail space on the ground floor.
- Triple Crown Tattoo Studio Art Gallery owner Deirdre Aikin is committed to boosting the visibility of artwork in the Towson community.
- Sammi Sisolak has fanned 29 with no walks in the past two games for Catonsville, which has advanced to the state softball semifinals.
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- Jack Felt drove in David Durmowicz with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning, lifting Dulaney to a 4-3 win over Winston Churchill in a Class 4A baseball quarterfinal on Tuesday.
- Jeffrey P. Fick, a semiretired roofing company executive and avid golfer who worked tirelessly raising funds for cystic fibrosis, has died at 68.
- Catonsville senior Sammi Sisolak picked the most important game of the season to pitch her best game as she retired the first 17 batters and finished with 14 strikeouts in a 5-0 victory over visiting Dulaney in the Class 4A North Region I championship game.
- Behind four goals from junior midfielder Johnny Bolster and three goals and three assists by junior attackman Frank Manalansan, No. 3 seed Catonsville easily handled sixth-seeded Arundel, 17-5, in a 4A state quarterfinal game Monday afternoon.
- James E. “Jim” Matthews, who sold real estate for more than 50 years and championed smart growth for Towson, has died at 85.
- Global Food, a Virginia-based grocer specializing in international food, is expanding into the Baltimore-area market with a store in Woodlawn.