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Past articles by Jacques:

Lawrence ‘Larry’ Kloze, antique shop owner and master gardener who helped others grow their food, dies

Lawrence Martin “Larry” Kloze, an antique shop owner who helped others grow their own food, died Sunday at Sinai Hospital. The Mount Washington resident was 83. → Read More

Retro: Radio host and singer Chuck Richards captivated Baltimore listeners

Chuck Richards was a staple of late-night Baltimore radio 65 years ago. → Read More

Fielding H. Lewis Jr., pioneer of lacrosse equipment design and race car enthusiast, dies

Fielding H. Lewis Jr., a retired inventor and car enthusiast, died Feb. 13 at his Queenstown home on the Wye River. He was 93. → Read More

Ronald William ‘Ron’ Byrd, commercial artist and fan of 1960s muscle cars, dies

Ronald William “Ron” Byrd, a commercial artist who was a fan of 1960s muscle cars, died Feb. 21 at his Sparks home. He was 77. → Read More

Shrimp salad and more due soon at rising Baltimore food hall The Mill on North

Federal, state and local philanthropic grants have underwritten The Mill on North for about $3.8 million. → Read More

Marshall ‘Eddie’ Conway, Baltimore Black Panther member who insisted he was wrongfully convicted, dies

Marshall “Eddie” Conway, a Baltimore Black Panther party member who served nearly 44 years in prison for a crime he insisted he did not commit, died Monday. He was 76. → Read More

Walter Paul Naef Jr., retired tugboat firm executive and Army scuba diver, dies

Walter Paul Naef Jr., a retired tugboat firm executive and scuba diver, died Feb. 10. The former Bel Air resident, who also lived in Parkville, was 80. → Read More

Andrew Colletta, realtor and ambassador for Baltimore’s neighborhoods, dies

Andrew Colletta, an ambassador for Baltimore neighborhoods, died of congestive heart failure Feb. 3 at Gilchrist Center Towson. He was 72. → Read More

Baltimore native Eugenia Fisher ‘Genie’ Elder, farmer and conservationist, dies

Eugenia Fisher “Genie” Elder, a farmer and conservationist, died of organ failure Feb. 1 at her Sparks home. She was 85. → Read More

Baltimore’s oldest rail tunnel presents lesson in urban infrastructure

A Baltimore rail tunnel turns 150 years old this year, making it older than City Hall and most buildings in downtown. → Read More

Ruth Hagen Alper, retired elementary school teacher who fled Nazi Germany after Kristallnacht, dies

Ruth Hagen Alper, a retired Baltimore County teacher who fled Nazi Germany, died of Parkinson’s disease complications and COVID-19 at Brightview Fallsgrove in Rockville on Jan. 4. The former Randallstown resident was 90. → Read More

Daniel Donnelly Moore Jr., retired electrical engineer who enjoyed breaking complex codes, dies

Daniel Donnelly Moore Jr., a retired electrical engineer whose mastery of numbers allowed him to break complex codes, died of pneumonia Jan. 17 at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. The former North Baltimore resident was 89. → Read More

Michael J. Kelly, a former University of Maryland Carey School of Law dean, dies

Michael J. Kelly, a former dean of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, died of complications following surgery Jan. 20 at the Broadmead Retirement Community in Cockeysville. The former Inner Harbor and Guilford resident was 85. → Read More

Michael J. Dietz, former Baltimore County Savings Bank president who oversaw institution’s growth, dies

Michael J. Dietz, the retired president of the former Baltimore County Savings Bank, died of pancreatic cancer Jan. 22 at his Perry Hall home. He was 83. → Read More

Retro: When radio personalities like Johnny Dark and Kelson ‘Chop-Chop’ Fisher ruled Baltimore

Before television and the internet, radio personalities ruled Baltimore's airwaves. → Read More

Robert C. Alianiello, popular WCAO and WBAL radio DJ who introduced The Beatles at a 1966 concert, dies

Robert C. Alianiello, a popular WCAO and WBAL radio disc jockey known on-air as Robert C. Allen III, died of congestive heart failure Jan. 15 at Lorien Mays Chapel in Timonium. The Lutherville resident was 83. → Read More

Baltimore native Dr. Susan Thomson Strahan, retired psychiatrist and mental health advocate, dies

Dr. Susan Thomson Strahan, a retired psychiatrist and mental health advocate who served on the state’s Board of Physician Quality Assurance, died of heart disease Dec. 28 at her Tuscany-Canterbury home. She was 72. → Read More

Fannie Gaston-Johansson, nursing trailblazer and the first Black woman to become a tenured Hopkins professor, dies

Dr. Fannie Gaston-Johansson, a retired Johns Hopkins nursing professor who created a pain-measurement device and studied the aftereffects of breast cancer treatment in Black women, died Jan. 7 at her Mount Washington home. She was 84. → Read More

A fresh start for the Rosemont Homes in West Baltimore

Over the next year, the 1970s Rosemont Homes will emerge renewed, with an upgraded recreation center. → Read More

Man dies after fire swept Northeast Baltimore home

Baltimore City Fire Department reported that a man, whose identity was not released, has died after being taken Jan. 7 from a home in the 1300 block of Lakeside Avenue near The Alameda in Northeast Baltimore. → Read More