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Edward Elmer "Bud" Brougher, 87, of Jennerstown, died Oct. 29, 2012, at Somerset Hospital. Born Nov. 12, 1924, in Coal Junction, Jenner Township, he is the son of the late Clark J. and Mary (Benbenik) Brougher. Also preceded in death by a son, Edward C....
Forty-one years. Until now, that's how long it had been since Baltimore's baseball and football teams thrilled fans by making their respective playoffs in the same year. In January, the Ravens played New England for the AFC championship, and lost to the...
Harry F. Bridegum, 81, Berlin, died Oct. 20, 2012, at home. Born March 7, 1931, in Berlin, a son of Earl and Evelyn (Mosgrave) Bridegum. Preceded in death by parents, brother David, and sister Sara Jane. Survived by brothers William E. married to the...
Richard Lewis Hill III, a longtime social and labor activist and volunteer at Baltimore Clayworks, died of pancreatic cancer at his Towson home on Oct. 7. He was 68. Mr. Hill was born in Manhattan, Kan., the son of a lawyer and a homemaker. He studied...
Carolyn P.G. King, the state director of Children's Bible Ministries of Maryland, died of a stroke Oct. 6 at her Elkridge home. She was 73. Born Carolyn Patricia Grace Byers in Front Royal, Va., she was the daughter of an Army instructor who also sold...
Tags: Dundalk, Catonsville, Howard County
The Urban Dictionary, which I enjoy quoting from time to time, defines a Black and White Fred as: "A person who sees the world as only black and white, with no gray areas. This person sees everything in terms of Yes/No, Right/Wrong, On/Off …...
They came here for our votes, and left us their dirty coffee cups, empty beer glasses and even locks of hair. First on horseback, then by train and by Air Force One, 24 presidents have visited the Lehigh Valley, not to mention vice presidents,...
Tags: Arts, Barack Obama, Allentown, Arts and Culture, Bill Clinton
Elizabeth "Buff" Conklin, who operated a Towson travel store, worked as an administrative assistant at the Johns Hopkins University and enthusiastically volunteered for numerous local groups and causes, died of lung cancer Tuesday at her Glen Arm home....
The Rev. Ellis B. Dawson III, an electrician who later in life realized his dream of becoming a Baptist minister, died Saturday from complications of diabetes at Frederick Villa Nursing Center. He was 72. The son of a minister and a beautician, Dr....
Robert Oaks, 80, Jerome, died Sept. 11, 2012, at VA Medical Center, Pittsburgh. Born Dec. 22, 1931, in Gray. Son of Herman and Margaret (Hoover) Oaks. Preceded in death by parents, wife the former Naomi M. Reckner on Aug. 5, 2003, sisters Joanne Matse...
Debbie Hurd sees it in the parking lots along North Point Boulevard — the answer to what life would be like if the steel mill that fueled the tight-knit communities near Sparrows Point never reopens. Fewer cars. Fewer customers for businesses....
Getting fired propelled Roxie Herbekian into three decades of work as a labor organizer. The president of Local 7 of Unite Here, an international union that represents workers in the hospitality industry, was working as a non-union waitress and room...
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