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Capt. Herbert Hamilton Ward III, a retired career naval officer who was active in Upper Chesapeake Bay environmental matters and other issues, died March 17 from complications of a blood clot at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The Broadmead retirement...
Tags: The Pentagon, Chesapeake City, Hunt Valley, Greenpeace, Boats
A decade ago, artisan Mark Melonas was piecing together a living teaching sculpture at the Baltimore School for the Arts, doing some freelance graphic design and staging exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. And he was fooling around with...
Baltimore Sun reporterFounder and lead designer: Mark Melonas, whose nickname was Luke, has a design and sculpture degree from the University of Maryland and a master's in furniture artisanry from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. But he began working in the...
John Josselyn stood at a gun range in Baltimore County on the warmest day of last week, ready for target practice with his .22-caliber pistol, and recalled how the simple threat of a gun once saved him from three thugs. The gun-rights advocate called it...
Tags: Trials, Murder, Crime Victims, Injury Prevention, Politics
Dr. Raymond L. Markley Jr., a retired Baltimore gynecologist whose specialty was female urology, died March 4 of pneumonia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The former longtime Towson resident who was residing at Oak Crest Village, was 89. The son of...
The new contract for the Baltimore Grand Prix calls for keeping the race's finances private, but race organizers say City Hall could choose to reveal that information. In a section in the contract labeled "confidentiality," the draft states that the...
Ruth B. Gans, who had worked in Annapolis as a legislative aide and later for several state agencies, died Jan. 20 of a brain tumor and pneumonia at the Bellhaven Center for Rehabilitation & Nursing Care in Brookhaven, N.Y. The Fells Point resident was...
Helen C. Roe, a retired secretary and Girl Scout leader, died Jan. 17 of complications from a stroke at her Severna Park home. She was 77. Helen C. Skelton was born in Baltimore and raised in Bolton Hill and on Eutaw Place and Chilton Street. She...
Architects live and breathe design, blissfully losing themselves in details most people would never notice — the bevel of a trim, the way light falls across a room, squared legs or curved. So what happens, we wondered, when two such aesthetes...
Tags: Forests, Roland Park, Chess Playing, Architecture, Hobbies
Baltimore Sun reporterOrem "Jerry" Wahl, the co-owner of a Mount Vernon framing shop who was a theater first-nighter, died of a heart attack Saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 73. Pat Moran, a friend and film casting agent, said he was stricken while in the lobby of...
Baltimore would lose two of its 18 delegates and share one of its six senators with Baltimore County under new state legislative map proposed Friday by a panel appointed by Gov. Martin O'Malley. The changes would further diminish the city's power in...
The Baltimore SunCentro Tapas Bar has closed. The Riverside restaurant's last meal was served on Saturday night. George Dailey, owner of the popular On the Hill Cafe in Bolton Hill, opened Centro Tapas Bar in the spring of 2010 in the old Bicycle space. Dailey, who was...
Tags: Tapas, Venezuela, Foods and Beverages
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