In Baltimore CountyOwings House replica would be built...

City/County Digest

April 08, 1999|By From staff reports

In Baltimore County

Owings House replica would be built next to Torah Institute school

OWINGS MILLS -- A reproduction of the 18th-century Samuel Owings House would be built adjacent to a new Jewish day school in Owings Mills under a plan approved yesterday by a Baltimore County hearing officer.

A replica of the house -- which was razed three years ago over the objections of historic preservationists -- would be built for use as a private residence on a 1.4-acre parcel adjacent to St. Thomas Lane, near Reisterstown Road. That parcel would be subdivided from an 11-acre site that is to be the home of a Torah Institute of Baltimore school.

Under an agreement with neighbors and the nearby St. Thomas Episcopal Church, the Torah Institute bought additional property to allow access to the school from Rosewood Lane.

Domestic violence hot line seeks help handling calls

TOWSON -- The Baltimore County and Carroll County Domestic Violence Hotline is seeking volunteers to field phone calls.

No experience is necessary and training is provided.

Information: 410-853-3033.

Canadian novelist to speak at Randallstown library

RANDALLSTOWN -- Novelist Carol Matas will talk about her writing at the Randallstown library at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Matas is a Canadian author who has written six award-winning novels for young adults about the Holocaust, including "Daniel's Story" and "Greater than Angels."

To obtain free tickets, call 410- 887-0770 or visit the library at 8604 Liberty Road.

In Baltimore City

Man, 22, arrested in Laurel in 1998 Harborplace killing

A man charged in a warrant with first-degree murder in a stabbing last summer at Harborplace was arrested in Prince George's County yesterday by members of the U.S Marshals Fugitive Task Force.

Deputy U.S. Marshal Matt Burke said Kevin A. Miller, 22, was arrested in the 8800 block of Hunting Lane in Laurel, and was being held without bail at the Central Booking and Intake Center in Baltimore.

Burke said Miller was charged with stabbing Martrell Creighton, 20, of the 7000 block of Fieldcrest Road in Northwest Baltimore in a July 18 incident in front of Phillips Harborplace Restaurant in the Light Street Pavilion.

400 expected to attend forum on youth concerns

The city Department of Recreation and Parks will present a youth forum, "Generation X: Don't Judge Us Until You've Heard Us," from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at Northwood Recreation Center, 1517 Winford Road, off Loch Raven Boulevard.

More than 400 youths are to speak at the forum on substance abuse, crime, teen-age parental skills, education, health and conflict resolution. Workshops will follow panel discussions.

Information: Donna Hooper, 410-396-7010.

Church to hold performance of Easter drama tonight

Greater Grace World Outreach will present a holdover performance of its Easter drama, "Heaven or Hell, From Here to Eternity," at 7: 30 p.m. today at the nondenominational church, 6025 Moravia Park Drive.

The drama depicts Biblical scenes, including the crucifixion of Christ, the ascension and images of heaven as it may appear in the future. Admission is free. Information: 410-483-3700.

Pub Date: 4/08/99

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