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April 30, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

In Baltimore County

New post office to be dedicated in Randallstown

RANDALLSTOWN - An 8,000-square-foot Randallstown post office, at 3608 Offutt Road, will hold its grand opening at 2 p.m. tomorrow.

Reps. Benjamin L. Cardin and Elijah E. Cummings and postal officials will lead a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The building will be open for tours. Randallstown High School Concert Band and the 229th Army National Guard Brass Ensemble will perform.

Community college campus to award five scholarships

DUNDALK - The Dundalk campus of the Community College of Baltimore County is offering five $1,200 scholarships for local high school students who will be new to the college in the fall.

One student each from Dundalk, Patapsco, Sparrows Point, Sollers Point/Southeastern and Patterson high schools will be selected to receive $600 scholarships in the fall and, if applicable, in the spring.

The financial aid office at the Dundalk campus must receive completed applications and support materials by tomorrow. Information: 410-285-9683.

Sun political cartoonist to speak at Towson library

TOWSON - Sun political cartoonist Kevin Kallaugher will speak at the annual meeting of the Friends of the Towson Library at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow.

Kallaugher, who is also a staff cartoonist with the London-based Economist magazine, will talk about his career lampooning local, national and international personalities and events. He will answer questions and sign copies of his latest collection of cartoons.

The talk will be held at the library, 320 York Road. Information: 410-887-6166.

In Baltimore City

Ex-boyfriend is charged in woman's stabbing death

Police have issued a warrant charging a man with first-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of his former girlfriend Saturday.

Romaine White, 37, of the 1900 block of Division St. was on her way to work at Sinai Hospital when she was stabbed about 7 a.m. while waiting for a bus at Charles and Lombard streets, police said. The mother of two sons died a short time later at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Detective Richard Purtell said Ronald Noble, 46, of the 2200 block of Baker St. is charged with first-degree murder in White's death. Purtell said that the pair broke up months ago but that investigators think Noble followed White from her home to the bus stop.

Alpha Kappa Alpha to sponsor step show

The Rho Xi Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority at Howard University is sponsoring its annual Graduate Greek Step Show from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday at Lake Clifton-Eastern High School, 2801 St. Lo Drive.

Tickets, which cost $15, are available at the door, from chapter members or at Simmons Greek Store, 2105 1/2 Gwynn Oak Ave. Proceeds benefit the Rho Xi Omega Scholarship Fund.

Information: Nicole Williams, 443-394-7311, or Shannon McRae, 410-444-0828.

Dancer Broom to offer song and story program

Maria Broom, "Miss Maria the Story Dancer," will use poetry, stories, music and dance to teach listeners "Songs and Stories for Little Old Children" from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Bard Library on the Liberty campus of Baltimore City Community College, 2901 Liberty Heights Ave.

Broom, a former local television news reporter, is an actress, dancer, storyteller and teacher.

The event is free and open to the public. Information: 410-462- 8225.

CitiFinancial plans session at Lake Clifton

A team of CitiFinancial employees will teach financial strategies to ninth-graders at Lake Clifton-Eastern High School from 9:20 a.m. to 9:55 a.m. today.

CitiFinancial President and Chief Executive Officer Michael S. Knapp will lead the team. Information: 410-332-3744.

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