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Baltimore & Region

December 06, 2005

Baltimore City: Interstate 95

Three lanes to close near Eastern Avenue

State transportation officials are planning to close three lanes of northbound Interstate 95 near the Eastern Avenue exit each evening this week for construction work. The work - expected to last from 7 p.m. each night until 5 a.m. the next morning - is expected to be finished by Friday morning, weather permitting. The crews are performing work as part of the two-year project to repair the 22 bridges along I-95 from the Fort McHenry Tunnel toll plaza and the merge of I-95 and Interstate 895. Officials recommend that motorists use either I-895 Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway or Interstate 695 as alternates.

Baltimore County: Education

Va. woman to head St. Paul's girls school

Monica McTeague Gillespie, head of a private school in Virginia, will become head of St. Paul's School for Girls in July, officials said yesterday. Gillespie, whose doctoral dissertation at the University of Virginia was "The Woman in the Headmaster's Office," will leave St. Luke's Lutheran School in Culpeper, Va., to take the job. She will replace Michael Eanes, who is serving as the school's interim head. St. Paul's School for Girls is a private school in Brooklandville.

Annual meeting

Expert on cities will speak to CPHA

Angela Glover Blackwell, a national expert on the revitalization of cities and metropolitan areas, will be featured speaker today at the 64th annual meeting of the Citizens Planning and Housing Association. The 5:30 p.m. meeting at the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute, 1800 Johnson St., will include a "Taste of South Baltimore." Admission is $15 for CPHA members and youth and $35 for adult nonmembers. Information: www.cphabalti more.org, or 410-539-1369, ext. 232.

Arts

Students to stage theater production

Baltimore students involved in Unchained Talent, an after-school theater program, will perform their third stage production Friday and Saturday. Generationships will feature students' thoughts about their relationships with their families, and the similarities and differences among generations. The performances begin at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium at the Lake Clifton high school complex, 2801 St. Lo Drive.

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