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  1. Barnes & Noble will close Towson store in MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | The Baltimore Sun

    "The property is going through a major re-development, which would not allow for us to remain in place during the construction," David Deason, vice president of development at Barnes & Noble, said in an email. The Towson store is located at Towson Circle, which will be redeveloped by owner Retail Properties of America Inc., an Illinois-based real estate investment trust.

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  2. Robert Valinsky, federal and state auditorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | The Baltimore Sun

    Robert Valinsky, a retired Internal Revenue Service auditor who served in World War II, died of heart failure Jan. 23 at Springhouse Assisted Living in Pikesville. The former Fallstaff resident was 100.

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  3. Baltimore County man arrested in connection with Taneytown theftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | The Baltimore Sun

    A Prince George's County man has been arrested in Baltimore County and allegedly linked with recent thefts of items from cars in Taneytown. Michael Terrell Boone, 26, of the 700 block of Capitol Heights Boulevard, has been charged with two counts of theft, one of $1,000 or less and the other of $100 or less, according to electronic court files.

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  4. From Pikesville to 'La La Land,' producer Marc Platt sees a ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | The Baltimore Sun

    If this year's Oscars play out as predicted, the night's final award could be accepted by one of Baltimore's own. Pikesville native Marc Platt is one of four producers of best picture nominee "La La Land."

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  5. SIG in Pikesville among 24 firms to create Alera GroupRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | The Baltimore Sun

    Through the deal, SIG will maintain its local independence while gaining access to a national network of resources and expertise for clients, Founder and President Richard Silberstein said in a statement. "Our new partnership with Alera will allow SIG to elevate its client services, grow its expertise, and offer more thought leadership to the local market - all while staying true to our values and cornerstones of being trusted advisors in our community and providing an exceptional client experience," he said.

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  6. Neighbors voice concern about proposed development near Lake RolandRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 12 | The Baltimore Sun

    With hundreds of wooded acres, walking trails and a dog park, Lake Roland Park has served as a green retreat for Robert Macht and others for years. Now a Baltimore developer's plan to turn a sleepy Falls Road shopping strip that backs into the park into a bustling "village," with restaurants, offices and six-story apartment building, has Macht and others, worried about the project's impact on the increasingly popular park, the environment and traffic.

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  7. I closed my father's eyesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | The Baltimore Sun

    Op-ed: After finding my father unresponsive, I closed his eyes, an act I'm only now understanding the signific It was an ordinary November morning. As I drove to my parents' home for the purpose of taking Dad to a pre-scheduled medical appointment, I felt blessed for parents who had both attained ages well into their 90s in relatively good health.

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  8. In heart of Pikesville, a bucolic retreat center is run by a 12th-century order of priestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 8 | The Baltimore Sun

    Mere minutes from bustling Reisterstown Road in Pikesville - where cars zoom, parking lots are full, and people mill in and out of stores and offices - you can head up a private driveway that's twisty and tree-lined, and you'll soon arrive at a campus that feels like time forgot. The campus, at 8400 Park Heights Avenue in Pikesville, is home to the Holy Trinity Spiritual Center.

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  9. Sylvia Himmelfarb, biologistRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | The Baltimore Sun

    Sylvia Himmelfarb, a retired Johns Hopkins University biologist and volunteer, died Jan. 31 of complications from dementia at Sunrise of Pikesville, an assisted-living facility. She was 98. The daughter of Emanuel Himmelfarb, a Light Street grocer, and Ida Himmelfarb, a homemaker, Sylvia Himmelfarb was born in Baltimore and raised above her family's Federal Hill store.

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  10. Ernest Sokal, a retired civil engineer, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 5 | The Baltimore Sun

    Ernest Sokal, a retired civil engineer who escaped the Holocaust with his family, died of Parkinson's disease Jan. 11 at Arden Courts of Pikesville. He was 90. The son of Saul Sokal, a lawyer and founder of the Labor Zionist Movement in Austria, and Tika Sokal, a psychiatrist, Ernest Sokal was born in Vienna.

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  11. Baltimore County police arrest suspected serial bank robberRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | The Baltimore Sun

    Baltimore County police on Monday arrested a man they believe is responsible for nine bank robberies in the last month. The suspect the FBI dubbed the "Winter Hat Robber" because he wore a series of different winter hats is believed to have robbed bank branches that included a Wells Fargo in Catonsville, a BB&T in Eldersburg, and a PNC in Pikesville.

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  12. Steven Hargrove, longtime Baltimore County librarian, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 29 | The Baltimore Sun

    Steven Hargrove, a longtime Baltimore County librarian who had a penchant for photographing nature, died Jan. 23 of fibroblastic sarcoma at his mother's home in Pikesville. He was 61. The Parkville man loved art, literature, sports, music and, above all, knowledge - and he seemed to know a little bit about everything, his family said.

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  13. Baltimore County residents seek ban on developer campaign donationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 27 | The Baltimore Sun

    Residents from around Baltimore County implored state lawmakers Friday to ban developers from making campaign contributions to the county executive and members of the County Council. Representing Towson, Edgemere, Bowleys Quarters, Pikesville, and White Marsh, the residents told stories of how they feel their concerns about proposed developments have been ignored by county elected officials.

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  14. Local groups flock to 'Hidden Figures' for inspiration, history untoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    The storyline of "Hidden Figures," the film highlighting the historical contributions of three African-American female NASA mathematicians whose work in the 1960s helped launch astronaut John Glenn into space, has been greeted with fanfare since its Jan. 6 wide release. The movie, which stars Taraji P. Henson as Katherine Johnson, Octavia Spencer as Dorothy Vaughan and Janelle Mone as Mary Jackson, has been No.

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  15. Eastern Tech football coach Marc Mesaros steps down before hip replacement surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Facing hip replacement surgery at the end of the school year, Marc Mesaros has stepped down as Eastern Tech football coach after 14 years. Mesaros, who led the Mavericks to the Class 2A state championship in 2009, said he would not be ready to coach in the fall after having the hip replaced just a few months earlier.

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  16. Baltimore Restaurant Week extended through Jan. 29Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    As has become customary, about half the establishments participating in Baltimore's winter Restaurant Week are extending their promotions by an extra week. So far, 44 restaurants will extend their offerings through Jan. 29, according to Visit Baltimore.

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  17. Ray Lewis has a new bourbon, and Trump and Pence are getting the first bottlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    When former Ravens great Ray Lewis visited President-elect Donald Trump last month in New York, speculation arose of what was discussed. The first product from Lewis' new alcohol company, the North Carolina-based Daytoon Distributors, is a 90-proof bourbon called Ray's Reserve, and it will be available for purchase online starting Feb. 15, said company co-founder and president Mark Bloomquist.

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  18. Baltimore County police: 17-year-old boy charged in stabbing death of 15-year-oldRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Baltimore County police charged a 17-year-old boy Thursday in the fatal stabbing of a New Town High School freshman. Police said Markel Justin Dates, of Pikesville, killed 15-year-old Moses Ayele Lorenso, of Randallstown, during a fight around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday near Twin Lakes Court and Church Lane in Milford Mill.

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  19. Contemporary African art exhibit at the BMA looks at race, privilege and protestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    An intimate, politically charged exhibit at the Baltimore Museum of Art addresses issues of race, privilege and protest from a perspective that has much to reveal about a distant world and our own. The prints, drawings and photographs here are by contemporary African-born artists, the first such exhibit assembled from the BMA's collection.

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  20. Clooney, Kidman, DiCaprio: Pikesville native Jeff Vespa shoots them allRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    So says the celebrity photographer who has coaxed memorable portraits from Seth Rogen and Al Pacino , charmed Tilda Swinton and Zoe Saldana and even captured Leo DiCaprio playing with his phone at a Vanity Fair party last year, his treasured Oscar languishing on the floor. "Everything is timing.

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