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A Well-Lived Life, A Lesson to Follow the Direction of Your Calling

Laverne Fair, 93, was born in Baltimore County. Fair loves reading books. But Fair also reminisced about a...


Ravens David Ojabo is Ready to Go in Year Two

The Baltimore Ravens long history of defensive standouts includes many outside linebackers. One of which was Terrell Suggs who wore No. 55. Second-year outside linebacker...


Sister Gives Her Brother a Kidney, Saves His Life

Relationships between brothers and sisters can be special lifelong.   “We’d always been close growing up,” Sherri said. A Maryland resident, Sherri Lewis and her brother, Cuong Lewis share an extra special bond that unfolded after Cuong surprisingly found out that his kidneys were failing. Cuong was...


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George B. ‘Spider’ Anderson: First Winning African American Preakness Jockey and a Baltimorean

Six years after the end of the Civil War, in 1871, Baltimore City built the fourth of eleven large public marketplaces, the Lafayette Market,...

Mr. George E. Mitchell: Gone from Life in 2020, Alive in Park Heights in 2023

If Brandon M. Scott is the Baltimore mayor from Park Heights, then George E. Mitchell of Baltimore was the mayor of Park Heights. Except...

Why Black Jockeys Are No Longer King in the Triple Crown of Horse Racing

In a 2012 CNN exposé, “The Forgotten Godfathers of Black American Sport,” Sheena McKenzie examined how the post-Civil War-pre-Jim Crow horseracing industry, then a...

135 Years of Trains, Planes and Change: Park Heights, 1888 – 2023

Just imagine. Nearly one-hundred years ago a Park Heights resident could have breakfast in their kitchen at 7 a.m. and arrive to work in...

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