Charles Pomeroy Ives III, a state of Maryland telecommunications worker who immersed himself in history causes from North Point to Carroll County, died in his sleep of a circulatory illness Oct. 20 at his Stoneleigh home. He was 63.
"There's going to be blood," Wendy McCord warned her parents before they watched the bouts against Mobtown Mods, Speed Regime, Junkyard Dolls and Night Terrors on Oct. 13 at the DuBurns Arena in Canton. McCord, a Summit Park resident, is a member of the Charm City Roller Girls, Baltimore's only all-female flat track roller derby league.
A group of actors and actresses from Baltimore School for the Arts put on a set of short plays about the War of 1812 to the middle school students at St. Paul's School for Girls Tuesday, including one written by St. Paul's School for Girls theater teacher Natalie Pilcher.
It's this Sunday, Sept. 9. Congratulations to all my readers who happen to be grandparents! Remember yours. Sept. 11, Tuesday, is Patriot Day and the National Day of Remembrance. Celebrate First Fridays in downtown Havre de Grace today (Friday), 5 to 9 p.m. sponsored by Havre de Grace Main Street
By RON BROWNING and 410-939-6562; fax 410-939-1833
Going block by block, crews in bucket trucks are converting 70,000 Baltimore street lights from sodium vapor lights to long-lasting, energy-saving LEDs. Critics complain the new lights don't illuminate the area as well.
As Baltimore has moved to take the homes of hundreds of city residents for unpaid water bills as small as $350, the city water system has allowed some big businesses, nonprofits and government offices to run up delinquent accounts totaling more than $10 million, The Baltimore Sun has found.
Two weeks after Vi Ripken was abducted at gunpoint, fans of the Aberdeen IronBirds were glad to have her back to her routine Wednesday night — taking in a game at the stadium named for her famous baseball family.
Wednesday at Fort McHenry, Marc Bunting and Kieffer Rittenhouse unveiled The Racer's Group-owned No. 66 Porsche 911. The car, which will compete in the GT3 class of the Grand Touring Challenge on Saturday, Sept. 1, carries a star-studded red, white and blue design.
Local historian Robert Reyes and others in the community are trying to build support to create a 2-mile foot trail that would connect Battle Acre and the North Point State Battlefield with the Bear Creek area of Dundalk. They hope to encourage awareness of the area's importance to the War of 1812.