Sheila Sachs, an attorney who handled the divorces of prominent local figures and sat on the Baltimore City School Board, died of cancer Sunday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Village of Cross Keys resident was 78.
A student was stabbed inside Patterson High School on Monday, according to district officials, marking the second time a Baltimore student has been stabbed on or near school grounds in less than a week.
Charles Edward Winebrenner Jr., a retired baked goods distributor who held leadership positions in the Masonic Order, died Friday of complications of a fall. He was 91 and resided at the Maryland Masonic Home in Cockeysville.
After retiring earlier this month, world champion skier and Under Armour athlete Lindsey Vonn visited the Baltimore brand's campus Tuesday as she prepares for the next phase of career, including philanthropy and encouraging young girls in the sport.
William F. Wilke, a retired mechanical and general contractor who owned and operated his own business, died Jan. 16 from complications of a stroke at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. The Timonium resident was 95.
Richard E. Blanchard, a wholesale toy business owner who later operated a trio of popular Rehoboth Beach, Del. variety shops, died of multiple organ failure Nov. 17 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson.
Eugene F. Baldwin, a retired Baltimore City public schools English teacher who later worked as an editor, died Nov. 12 from an aneurysm at Holy Family at Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill, Mass. The former longtime Catonsville resident was 74.
A cafeteria worker at one Baltimore school was injured Tuesday in an alleged assault involving students, and a teacher at another city school was punched by a student Wednesday, district officials confirmed.
Henry "Pete" Clements, a Baltimore Polytechnic Institute graduate who went on to become a colonel in the U.S. Air Force and associate director of NASA's Johnson Space Flight Center, died of an acute cardiac event Aug. 10 in McMahan, Texas. He was 92.
Gov. Larry Hogan publicly rebuked Baltimore schools CEO Sonja B. Santelises on Wednesday, accusing her of failing to live up to her commitments on a timetable to air-condition seven schools where students were dismissed early as a result of the heat.
Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week starts Sunday as the state allows consumers to buy some goods, particularly clothing and shoes, without paying the state's 6 percent sales tax. It comes just in time for back-to-school shopping.
Dr. Savas Tsakiris, a Dundalk dentist who was a co-owner of the Boulevard Diner, died Saturday from pancreatic cancer at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Hunt Valley resident was 66.
Harry M. Will, a mechanical engineer and consultant who brought his expertise to hospitals, education and religious facilities as well as industrial and commercial buildings, died Tuesday of multiple myeloma at Talbot Hospice in Easton. He was 86.
Everett Charles “Chuck” Dann Jr., a former Ellicott City resident and retired trial attorney who worked on environmental and product liability cases, died of a stroke June 16 at his home in Los Angeles, Calif. He was 71.
Donald E. Smith, a retired U.S. Defense Department engineer who worked in the field of rockets and missiles, died May 16 from prostate cancer at the Fairhaven Retirement Community in Sykesville. He was 99.
On Sunday morning, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute’s seniors will walk across the stage for their graduation ceremony. Among them will be four students heading to Ivy League schools in the fall and six students who earned a perfect score on at least one SAT section or subject test.