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September 29, 1992

BALTIMORE CITY BALTIMORE — Southwest city man is sought in shootings

BALTIMORE -- A Southwest Baltimore man is being sought in connection with the killing of one man and the wounding of another early Sunday after an argument inside a garage in the 2500 block of W. Lexington St., city police said.

Charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder and two counts of using a handgun in the commission of a felony is Darryl Austin Greene, 28, of the 200 block of Monastery Ave.

Pronounced dead at the scene, at Lexington Auto Service, shortly after 1 a.m. from a single gunshot wound to the head with a 9mm handgun was Robert Baker, 33, of the 6300 block of Toone St. Also shot in the head and listed in critical condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center is Joseph Dunston, 32, of the 2200 block of W. Lexington St.

The shootings occurred while the suspect reportedly argued with Mr. Dunston then turned and shot Mr. Baker, a witness. After the shootings, the gunman drove off in a Virginia-registered white Nissan Pathfinder, which was found several hours later in the Westview section of Baltimore County, police said.

Baltimore Co. to hold hearings on schools

BALTIMORE COUNTY

TOWSON

TOWSON -- The public school system is inviting citizens to talk about the 1993-1994 operating budget at four public meetings.

The first meeting for the northeast and southeast areas of the county will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Eastern Vocational-Technical High School, 1100 Mace Ave.

Subsequent meetings are Oct. 12, for the southwest area, at Johnnycake Middle School, 6200 Johnnycake Road; Oct. 21, for the central area, at Dumbarton Middle School, 300 Dumbarton Road; and Nov. 10, for the northwest area, at Milford Mill High School, 3800 Washington Ave.

Group representatives have five minutes to speak, while individuals have three minutes to present their priorities for the next budget.

Hubers now heads college oversight board

TOWSON

TOWSON -- Nancy M. Hubers, who for years has been a member of the board that oversees Baltimore County's community colleges, has been elected board chairman.

Ms. Hubers has been a member of the board of trustees that oversees the community colleges in Dundalk, Essex and Catonsville, since 1981. She was reappointed to a six-year term in 1989.

The board also elected Robert J. Kemmery Jr. as vice chairman. Mr. Kemmery, who was first appointed to the board last year, is principal of Eastern Vocational Technical High School. Bruce J. Chaillou, branch manager of the Chrysler First Financial Services Corp. in Rosedale, was appointed to a six-year term and became the board's newest member. Mr. Chaillou, a graduate of Kenwood High School, has been a member of the county's Board of Social Services since 1986.

Frederick J. Walsh, president of Catonsville Community College, will serve as the board's secretary and treasurer this year.

Staffer is fired for apparent conflict

TOWSON

TOWSON -- Neil Jacobs, the new director of the Economic Development Commission, has fired a four-year staff employee because of an apparent conflict of interest.

Joseph A. DiCara of the 500 block of Dorsey Ave. in Essex had an annual salary of $40,500 and was employed to help bring businesses into the Sparrows Point Industrial Park. He started working for the county in November 1988.

Mr. Jacobs refused to discuss the case, except to confirm that Mr. DiCara's employment ended Sept. 23.

According to sources close to the commission, Mr. DiCara's name appeared on a list of possible employees for a proposed auto-recycling business in the new industrial park. William Hyman, an Eastpoint restaurant owner who is proposing the recycling business, submitted the list to Mr. Jacobs. As a county employee, Mr. DiCara helped Mr. Hyman set up the recycling operation in the industrial park, sources said. Efforts to reach Mr. Hyman and Mr. DiCara were unsuccessful yesterday.

5 artists from Grosseto to exhibit works

TOWSON

TOWSON -- Five artists from Grosseto, Italy, Baltimore County's first sister-county, will exhibit their works for three weeks in the Rotunda at Towson Commons, the new shopping center in the 400 block of York Road, beginning Thursday.

The five artists, Mario Bambagini, Mauro Bartolucci, Bruno Caponi, Germano Paolini and Fosco Tarsi, will accompany their works to Towson. Grosseto became a sister county in 1986.

Last year, South Glamorgan, Wales, became a sister. A Welsh delegation visited Towson last week to begin preparations for direct charter air service between Cardiff, Wales, and Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

While the link with Grosseto has been mostly a cultural exchange, Baltimore County Executive Roger B. Hayden said he hopes the connection to South Glamorgan will benefit the county economically. Tourist exchanges, such as those to and from Cardiff, Wales, are viewed as the first step.

1 killed, 1 injured in North Carroll crash

CARROLL COUNTY

SILVER RUN

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