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July 22, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

In Baltimore City

UM School of Law given $5 million gift to honor '26 alumnus

The University of Maryland School of Law has received a $5 million gift - the largest in its history - from the family and friends of Nathan Patz, a Baltimore lawyer who graduated from the school in 1926.

In recognition of the gift, the law school will name its new building on Baltimore's west side after Patz, who died in 1998.

The building, which will open to students next month, will be dedicated at a ceremony Sept. 20.

Fisher finds man's body near pier in Middle Branch

A man believed to be in his 30s or 40s and homeless was found dead in the Middle Branch near Kloman Street in the city's Westport section yesterday, police said.

The body was found by a fisherman near an old Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. plant pier, a city police spokeswoman said.

No indication of foul play was found, she said.

2 teens arrested in holdups in Northeast Baltimore

Police have arrested two 15-year-old boys in armed robberies near Herring Run Park in Northeast Baltimore in May and last month.

The teens were charged in a robbery June 28 in the 4200 block of Harford Road, while one was charged in a robbery June 7 in the 3600 block of Crossland Ave. In both incidents, city police said the victims were robbed at gunpoint.

Five robberies were reported in the area from May 18 to June 28. Police are investigating the remaining three.

Hard Times tavern falls on hard times: loses license

The Hard Times bar in Remington lost its liquor license last week after the liquor board found the business had been closed for more than a year.

Under state law, a liquor establishment loses its license if it is closed for 360 consecutive days. The board found the bar had been closed at least since April 2001. Neighbors of the bar, at 28th Street and Huntington Avenue, said the business had contributed to crime and noise when it was open. They urged the Board of Liquor License Commissioners to revoke the license at a hearing Thursday.

"That time had elapsed, and [the board] ruled that it must close," said Nathan C. Irby Jr., executive secretary of the board.

In Baltimore County

Villa Julie College honors aide to dean of students

STEVENSON - Nancy C. Taylor recently was presented with the President's Medal by Villa Julie College.

Taylor, a Towson resident, retired from Villa Julie late last month after 17 years, working most of that time in the Campus Life Office as the assistant to the dean of students. She welcomed thousands of incoming students, planned off-campus trips and leadership conferences, and helped with campus events.

Villa Julie is a private, coeducational college with more than 2,300 students.

SCORE to hold workshop for new entrepreneurs

TOWSON - The Service Corps of Retired Executives will hold a four-session workshop next month that is designed to help anyone who is thinking about starting a business or who is a new entrepreneur.

The workshop, "Understanding Business: Starting, Managing, Prospering," will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Aug. 7-8 and Aug. 14-15. All sessions will be at Towson United Methodist Church, 501 Hampton Lane. Registration is encouraged.

Information: 410-962-2233.

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