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Baltimore City's new Dorothy I. Height Elementary is named for a past president of the National Council of Negro Women, who died in 2010. The... [Read More]
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Merle Debuskey, a Baltimore-born New York theatrical press agent and All-America Johns Hopkins lacrosse player, died of multiple organ failure Sept. 25 at the Actors... [Read More]
Prepare to spend some time under the spell of the ancient Maryland and Baltimore maps, prints and other bits of delightful esoterica on display at... [Read More]
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William C. "Bill" Rogers Jr., a retired attorney and past president of a title insurance underwriting firm, died of heart failure Oct. 4 at the... [Read More]
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Patricia H. Kirwan, who was known as the first lady of the University of Maryland, died of multiple myeloma complications Oct. 3. [Read More]
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Baltimore City records show 5,400 people perished in the 1918 pandemic. For the month of October 1918, there were 334 burials at Baltimore Cemetery at... [Read More]
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John Bernard Martin was born in Baltimore, served in the Marines and later drove or served as a personal assistant for entertainment industry figures such... [Read More]
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A limestone statue of a World War I warrior stands at Baltimore Cemetery. It's a memorial to Otto C. Phillips, a private from Baltimore who... [Read More]
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Susan Lynne Murray, a special education teacher at St. Elizabeth School who had been honored in Baltimore County as education advocate of the year, died... [Read More]
Rev. Roy W. Joellenbeck, a retired United Church of Christ pastor who served a Locust Point church for many years, died of heart disease complications... [Read More]
Evelyn Sue Lankford Wilkerson, a retired Roland Park Junior High School home economics teacher, died of cancer Sunday at the Edenwald Retirement Community. The former... [Read More]
Diebold Ellsworth Hughes, a retired Edgewood Arsenal chemist who founded a Northeast Baltimore real estate firm, died Wednesday at the age of 83. [Read More]
The nonprofit Baltimore National Heritage Area entered into a lease agreement with the City of Baltimore "to assume stewardship" of H.L. Mencken's longtime home on... [Read More]
Banker headed the old Central Saving Bank and worked to modernize the 1854 institution once located on Charles Street... [Read More]
Ronald Hoffman, a history and American Revolutionary War scholar who edited the papers of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, died of progressive supranuclear palsy Sept. 4... [Read More]
The 22nd annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure drew more than 15,000 participants and raised $1.03 million to fight breast cancer. [Read More]
Baltimore shoppers had choices for back-to-school shopping in the days when there were four major department stores. Hochschild Kohn, Hutzler's, Stewart's and Hecht's were the flagships,... [Read More]
Jacques Kelly recalls antique jewelry, books and treasure hunting in downtown Baltimore... [Read More]
Mary Carol Williams, a nurse who changed careers and became a coffee shop owner and later a prolific artist, died of leukemia July 24 at... [Read More]
Baltimore shoppers had choices for back-to-school shopping in the days when there were four major department stores. Hochschild Kohn, Hutzler's, Stewart's and Hecht's were the flagships,... [Read More]
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