Virulent opposition among West Baltimore residents to a proposed CSX Transportation cargo facility in their neighborhood continues to raise questions about the viability of the long-studied project. It has also disrupted key conversations on growth at the port of Baltimore.
Raymond Joseph Peroutka Sr., who founded a janitorial supply business, died at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nov. 17 of complications after heart surgery. A resident of Oak Crest Village in Parkville, he was 83.
Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Turkey Day, too, Thursday, Nov. 28. I pray that your Thanksgiving celebration is a delightful affair and one for which you have much to be thankful. To all you travelers or folks who have family and friends who will be traveling, safe trips to all!
By By Ron Browning and 410-939-6562; fax 410-939-1833
A contentious month of dialogue and a host of varying opinions from Towson's stakeholder groups led Councilman David Marks to take a "timeout" on the planned 101 York student housing development, Marks announced Thursday.
he Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House will conduct a historic, nature walk on the North Park Trail, Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. Meet at the Lockhouse for this free, one hour, informative tour. Phone 410-939-5780, email email@example.com or visit http://www.thelockhousemuseum.org.
Several veterans who attended the Veterans Day ceremony in Havre de Grace Monday had not heard about the event in advance, but they stopped to listen to speakers honor veterans and their service to the country.
Milton Bromberg, a custom tailor and decorated World War II veteran who visited the White House to fit President Bill Clinton in suits, died of respiratory failure Nov. 1 at Season's Hospice at the Northwest Hospital Center. He was 90 and lived in Owings Mills.
Thomas M. Bailey Sr., a retired Baltimore City Fire Department captain and fire academy instructor who was a decorated World War II veteran, died of cancer Saturday at Brightview Avondell independent living in Bel Air. The former Cedarcroft resident was 96.
Now that October has ended, I want to send a "shout out" to the Town of Port Deposit for "turning the town pink" in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The streetlamps in the center of town glowed pink all month long. As a Relay-for-Life-er, I appreciate the effort to raise awareness of this disease and I enjoyed the view as I passed through last month
Newspaper files from years ago tell us so much about the people who served our community, and donations to the Aberdeen Room Archives and Museum are often clippings saved over the years because they tell stories important to families