Glen Burnie High School will hold its winter dance concert at 7 p.m. Thursday with snow dates of Jan. 20 and 27. In addition to the school’s usual mélange of dance styles including ballet, modern, jazz, tap and hip hop, the school’s Senior Company had a bit of an unlikely choreographer – the school’s vice principal, Glenna Blessing.
James Stewart Adams, Ferndale resident and devoted, long-time member of the Ferndale Volunteer Fire Company, died Dec. 29. Adams was a member of the company for 57 years — including as chief (1972-76) and as president for 22 years. Adams worked for the National Security Agency for 35 years. Willy’s Kitchen owner Nicki Hubers-Hall said “Jimmy” ate at his restaurant almost daily during his 16 years of ownership. The restaurant is located across the street from the fire department.
Alexander Terry, a Glen Burnie High School junior, has joined the ranks of Eagle Scout and will be awarded at the Eagle Scout Court of Honor on Feb. 24 at St. Phillip Neri Catholic Church. Alex is the third Eagle in his home where he lives with his aunt and uncle Cassandra and Sean Skinner. Cousin Logan Fallon-Skinner became an Eagle in 2015 and Hunter Skinner earned his rank in 2017. Alex is the son of Eilean and Matthew Terry of Catonsville.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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