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Donald G. Hammen, former Baltimore City Council member, dies

Donald G. Hammen, who represented Southeast Baltimore in the City Council and who later served in the Maryland House of Delegates, died of kidney failure May 18 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Perry Hall resident was 79. Born in Baltimore and raised on South Clinton Street, he was the...

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Dumbarton Middle School to join Student Support Network in September

Dumbarton Middle School to join Student Support Network in September

Dumbarton Middle School in Towson will join the nonprofit Student Support Network in September, the organization announced last week. The move will expand Dumbarton’s ability to offer children living in poverty basic necessities in the school’s “Comfort Closet,” organizers said. It will also provide...

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  • Baltimore County publishes open budget tool in transparency push

    Baltimore County publishes open budget tool in transparency push

    Baltimore County officials on Monday published an interactive budget platform online, where anyone can view information about the county’s budget. In an emailed statement, Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. said, “The open budget platform provides an unprecedented level of transparency...

  • Baltimore man charged in Lansdowne park stabbing

    Baltimore man charged in Lansdowne park stabbing

    A Baltimore man faces charges of attempted murder, assault, robbery and making false statements after being arrested Monday morning for the attempted robbery and stabbing of a man in Hillcrest Park in Lansdowne Sunday night. Dorian Anthony Ross-Knox, 24, of the 2900 block of Rayshire Road, initially...

  • New toy store on Frederick Road aims to build a 'Better World'

    New toy store on Frederick Road aims to build a 'Better World'

    Better World Imaginarium, a new toy and bookstore on Frederick Road in Catonsville, will have its grand opening Friday, June 14, at 924 Frederick Road with free Rita’s Italian Ice, balloon animals and crafts. The shop opened its doors May 18, and has seen a decent amount of foot traffic and plenty...

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