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By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 4, 1999
Not only does Cheswolde have the convenience of city life mixed in with the charm of the country, but it also has the blessing of anonymity. Although it's not as well-known as its larger neighbors of Mount Washington and Fallstaff, Cheswolde still packs the charm."
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | January 20, 2007
Anna Marie Landenberger, who worked for much of her 106 years and lived by the words, "Keep your mouth shut and your hands busy," died of a heart ailment Sunday at her Cheswolde home. Anna Marie Lehr was born in Baltimore and raised in the Remington section of North Baltimore. Her father owned and operated a small bakery on 28th Street where her mother and her seven siblings worked. Because the family needed money, she became a textile worker at the old Mount Vernon Mills in the Jones Falls Valley when she was 11 years old. She worked in the cotton mills, where canvas was made, until city authorities intervened and told her mother she must attend school.
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March 27, 2003
On Tuesday, March 25, 2003 EMILY SATTELL (nee Ruvinsky) beloved wife of the late Irving Sattell; devoted mother of Abby Sattell of Baltimore, MD and Susan Sattell of South Deerfield, MA; devoted sister of Aaron and Nelida Ruvinsky of Montgomery Village, MD and the late Florence Rothman; loving grandmother of Gidon Orman and Sara Orman and Melody Sattell-Martin. Services at SOL LEVINSON BROS. HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Thursday, March 27 at 9 a.m. Interment Beth Israel, Woodbridge NJ. Please omit flowers.
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October 24, 2006
On Sunday, October 22, 2006, ESTHER LILLIAN BERMAN (nee Cohen); beloved wife of the late Samuel Berman; devoted mother of Marc A. Berman of Baltimore, MD and Riva K. Rudden of Rockville, MD dear mother-in-law of Abby Sattell-Berman and Jerry Rudden; devoted sister of Morris Cohen of Baltimore, MD, Bernard Cohen of Baltimore, MD, Jack Grazuties of Baltimore, MD and Ethel Kadin of Israel; dear sister-in-law of Ann Cohen, Esther Cohen and the late Rabbi Cecil...
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November 22, 2002
Betty M. Gould, a bridge life master and retired secretary, died of a stroke Sunday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 86 and lived in the city's Cheswolde section. She was born Betty M. Frank in Hamburg, N.Y., and raised in Northwest Baltimore. After graduating in 1933 from Forest Park High School, she attended secretarial school. Mrs. Gould worked for Riall Jackson & Co., a local insurance company founded by four-term Baltimore Mayor Howard W. Jackson in 1904. She was later employed as a secretary for 10 years with the Maryland Department of Education, retiring in 1977.
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October 24, 2006
On Sunday, October 22, 2006, ESTHER LILLIAN BERMAN (nee Cohen); beloved wife of the late Samuel Berman; devoted mother of Marc A. Berman of Baltimore, MD and Riva K. Rudden of Rockville, MD dear mother-in-law of Abby Sattell-Berman and Jerry Rudden; devoted sister of Morris Cohen of Baltimore, MD, Bernard Cohen of Baltimore, MD, Jack Grazuties of Baltimore, MD and Ethel Kadin of Israel; dear sister-in-law of Ann Cohen, Esther Cohen and the late Rabbi Cecil...
NEWS
April 10, 1997
Flood plain plan bad for neighborhoodHow unfortunate for the neighborhood of Cheswolde that we have no Barbara Mallonee, whose passionate and articulate voice decried the impending loss of ''the ribbon of timber'' in her Mount Washington woods that border Northern Parkway (Opinion Commentary, March 25).In nearby Cheswolde, our sellout is the corner property at Greenspring Avenue and Cross Country Boulevard.Here, where now stands the somewhat renovated Carroll Hunting Lodge, built around 1790 on property belonging to Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Baltimore City and the Cheswolde Neighborhood Association are conspiring to build a five-story, 80-plus-unit ''assisted living facility'' for the elderly.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | January 20, 2007
Anna Marie Landenberger, who worked for much of her 106 years and lived by the words, "Keep your mouth shut and your hands busy," died of a heart ailment Sunday at her Cheswolde home. Anna Marie Lehr was born in Baltimore and raised in the Remington section of North Baltimore. Her father owned and operated a small bakery on 28th Street where her mother and her seven siblings worked. Because the family needed money, she became a textile worker at the old Mount Vernon Mills in the Jones Falls Valley when she was 11 years old. She worked in the cotton mills, where canvas was made, until city authorities intervened and told her mother she must attend school.
NEWS
February 23, 1998
IF YOU live on Fallstaff Road where it intersects Clarks Lane in Cheswolde, consider yourself lucky.For less than one block, that road has been converted to a one-way street, a weird gerrymandering of traffic flow instituted in 1974 under a law adopted by the Baltimore City Council.Some residents of Fallstaff were perturbed about cut-through traffic traveling along their street. So they sought -- and got -- legislation in the form of an ordinance that thwarted the problem by making it illegal to turn west onto Fallstaff from Clarks.
NEWS
April 18, 2002
Barbara Yarbrough, a senior lab technician at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, died of cancer Monday at Sinai Hospital. She was 64 and lived in the Cheswolde section of Northwest Baltimore. She worked at the medical school for 31 years and was senior technician in the clinical pathology lab. She also co-wrote several scientific studies relating to animal models of human disease, including cancer. Born and raised in Opelika, Ala., she attended Alabama College. Miss Yarbrough taught high school for a year in West Point, Ga., and spent six years in the Women's Army Corps, attaining the rank of sergeant.
NEWS
March 27, 2003
On Tuesday, March 25, 2003 EMILY SATTELL (nee Ruvinsky) beloved wife of the late Irving Sattell; devoted mother of Abby Sattell of Baltimore, MD and Susan Sattell of South Deerfield, MA; devoted sister of Aaron and Nelida Ruvinsky of Montgomery Village, MD and the late Florence Rothman; loving grandmother of Gidon Orman and Sara Orman and Melody Sattell-Martin. Services at SOL LEVINSON BROS. HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Thursday, March 27 at 9 a.m. Interment Beth Israel, Woodbridge NJ. Please omit flowers.
NEWS
November 22, 2002
Betty M. Gould, a bridge life master and retired secretary, died of a stroke Sunday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 86 and lived in the city's Cheswolde section. She was born Betty M. Frank in Hamburg, N.Y., and raised in Northwest Baltimore. After graduating in 1933 from Forest Park High School, she attended secretarial school. Mrs. Gould worked for Riall Jackson & Co., a local insurance company founded by four-term Baltimore Mayor Howard W. Jackson in 1904. She was later employed as a secretary for 10 years with the Maryland Department of Education, retiring in 1977.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 4, 1999
Not only does Cheswolde have the convenience of city life mixed in with the charm of the country, but it also has the blessing of anonymity. Although it's not as well-known as its larger neighbors of Mount Washington and Fallstaff, Cheswolde still packs the charm."
NEWS
February 23, 1998
IF YOU live on Fallstaff Road where it intersects Clarks Lane in Cheswolde, consider yourself lucky.For less than one block, that road has been converted to a one-way street, a weird gerrymandering of traffic flow instituted in 1974 under a law adopted by the Baltimore City Council.Some residents of Fallstaff were perturbed about cut-through traffic traveling along their street. So they sought -- and got -- legislation in the form of an ordinance that thwarted the problem by making it illegal to turn west onto Fallstaff from Clarks.
NEWS
April 10, 1997
Flood plain plan bad for neighborhoodHow unfortunate for the neighborhood of Cheswolde that we have no Barbara Mallonee, whose passionate and articulate voice decried the impending loss of ''the ribbon of timber'' in her Mount Washington woods that border Northern Parkway (Opinion Commentary, March 25).In nearby Cheswolde, our sellout is the corner property at Greenspring Avenue and Cross Country Boulevard.Here, where now stands the somewhat renovated Carroll Hunting Lodge, built around 1790 on property belonging to Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Baltimore City and the Cheswolde Neighborhood Association are conspiring to build a five-story, 80-plus-unit ''assisted living facility'' for the elderly.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2013
A Baltimore man was killed in a bizarre accident Thursday afternoon as he was driving in Owings Mills when another driver struck a deer and the deer flew through his windshield, Baltimore County police said. Police identified the man as Daniel Mark Fisher, 56, of the Cheswolde neighborhood. A woman was driving southbound on Garrison Forest Road near Rosewood Lane about 2:40 p.m. when a deer suddenly ran in front of her sport utility vehicle, police said. The woman's SUV hit the deer and sent it flying into the air and into the windshield of Fisher's Honda Civic, killing him and the deer.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2011
A three-alarm fire in Northwest Baltimore's Cheswolde neighborhood caused city firefighters to evacuate about 100 people from an apartment complex on Red Cedar Place late Friday. Capt. Roman Clark, a fire department spokesman, said a call came in on the blaze at 10:48 p.m., and flames had broken through the roof of the structure in the 6300 block of Red Cedar Place by the time firefighters reached the scene. The fire started on the fourth floor, he said, but did not spread much farther.
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