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Cafe Cito in Hampden to close this weekend

Cafe Cito will serve its last sammies on Saturday. The Hampden BYOB cafe will close its doors this weekend after nearly three years in business. Located at 3500 Chestnut Ave., the cafe's last day of service will be March 25, according to posts on its website and social media pages. Cafe Cito opened...

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  • Vera E. Flint, longtime teacher and principal in Baltimore schools, dies

    Vera E. Flint, longtime teacher and principal in Baltimore schools, dies

    Vera Edythe Flint, a retired Baltimore City school principal, died of stroke complications Feb. 16 at Sinai Hospital. She was 93 and lived in Ashburton. Born in Baltimore and raised on North Carey Street, she was the daughter of Robert Avon Bennett and his wife, Irene Julia Harris. She was a 1941...

  • Marion V. Purviance, who worked for Federal Reserve Bank in 1960s, dies

    Marion V. Purviance, who worked for Federal Reserve Bank in 1960s, dies

    Marion V. Purviance, a retired office manager who enjoyed cooking, died Feb. 21 from cancer at her Northwood home. She was 77. Marion Virginia Dowdy was the daughter of Henry C. Dowdy, a Bethlehem Steel Corp. steelworker, and Virginia Dowdy, a homemaker. She was born in Baltimore and raised in...

  • Two medical marijuana dispensaries open in Baltimore with little fanfare

    Two medical marijuana dispensaries open in Baltimore with little fanfare

    Baltimore’s first medical marijuana dispensaries opened this week among the bars and restaurants of Federal Hill and the eclectic shops of Hampden, and some people who live and work in those neighborhoods said they didn’t much care. “I just don’t want to see fast food or a chain store move in,”...

  • Dr. Karen King, Johns Hopkins pathologist, dies

    Dr. Karen King, Johns Hopkins pathologist, dies

    Dr. Karen E. King, a pathologist who treated blood disorders and patients who were undergoing organ transplants, died of cancer complications Jan. 5 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she had headed a division. The North Roland Park resident was 56. “Karen was one of those rare people whom everyone...

  • Woman killed after jumping in path of car in North Baltimore

    Woman killed after jumping in path of car in North Baltimore

    A 54-year-old woman jumped in front of a car on Northern Parkway and was hit and killed early Thursday, police said. The woman died at the scene and she was not immediately identified. Several witnesses told police the woman jumped in the path of the car. She was standing in the road at 2:14 a.m....

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