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July 12, 1999
HILLSDALE HEIGHTS is a sliver of a city neighborhood of mostly 40-year-old custom homes overlooking the Forest Park golf course and Leakin Park. Some are straight out of House & Garden magazine, with large swimming pools and cabanas. Others are more modest. But at a time when other, similar communities are against further development, Hillsdale Height wants more houses built."We are doing this for our neighborhood -- to get the right people in," says Winfield Willis, the neighborhood association's housing chairman, who is heading efforts to build new houses on a forested hillside.
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August 26, 2007
On July 27, 2007, ROBERT J. NORRIS, Sr., veteran educator died in Los Angles, CA, beloved father of Robert J. Norris, Jr., Carole Norris Greene, Barbara Joanne (Norris) Williston, Cynthia C. Norris, Kathy Norris Payne and David Norris. Also survived by sister Bertha Davidge. A memorial service 3 P.M., August 27 Forest Park Golf Course and Clubhouse, 2900 Hillsdale Avenue, Baltimore, MD. Contact 410-233-5226.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2000
The city Planning Commission voted unanimously yesterday to defer action on the final development plan for a disputed Northwest Baltimore subdivision until the Department of Public Works comments on the project's environmental impact on the Gwynns Falls. After a testy, 3 1/2 -hour meeting, seven of the nine commissioners voted. One was absent, and Chairman Peter E. Auchincloss recused himself because he is president of Dickeyville Community Association Inc., which opposes the development sought by Hillsdale Heights Neighborhood Association.
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By JULIE ROTHMAN and JULIE ROTHMAN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 28, 2005
Peggy Snyder from Hillsdale, N.Y., was looking for a lost recipe for an easy salmon casserole. It once appeared on a box of Caesar croutons and was made using canned salmon and the croutons. Roz Goldman from Pikesville is sure that she has the recipe Peggy has lost. She says that she has made it many times and can confirm that "it's easy to prepare and enjoyed by all." s Taste section were calculated by registered dietitian Jodie Shield, except where noted.
NEWS
August 26, 2007
On July 27, 2007, ROBERT J. NORRIS, Sr., veteran educator died in Los Angles, CA, beloved father of Robert J. Norris, Jr., Carole Norris Greene, Barbara Joanne (Norris) Williston, Cynthia C. Norris, Kathy Norris Payne and David Norris. Also survived by sister Bertha Davidge. A memorial service 3 P.M., August 27 Forest Park Golf Course and Clubhouse, 2900 Hillsdale Avenue, Baltimore, MD. Contact 410-233-5226.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | June 29, 1993
HILLSDALE, Mich. -- People in this rural southern Michigan town are asking themselves an $18-million question: Where is that winning Michigan Lotto ticket?Residents have scoured every place they can think of, from pockets of old clothes to dresser drawers and boxes. Still, no one has come up with the ticket bearing the winning numbers: 9-13-17-18-30-38.And with just two days left to claim the lottery drawing from July 1, 1992, most people have concluded that the ticket must have left town with the person who bought it.When word came last month that the only winning ticket for the $18 million jackpot had been sold at a local 7-Eleven, it created a wave of excitement in Hillsdale, a town of about 8,000 people near the Michigan-Ohio border.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2001
Engineers and consultants for the city's Department of Public Works say a subdivision in Northwest Baltimore can be built without harming the Gwynns Falls if changes are made in drainage plans. That finding puts members of the Hillsdale Heights Neighborhood Association one step closer to extending Hillsdale Road and constructing 23 homes, with an average cost of $230,000. Gary Cole, a city planner, said public works engineers and a consultant agree that a sanitary line necessary for the proposed development meets city requirements.
NEWS
By JULIE ROTHMAN and JULIE ROTHMAN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 28, 2005
Peggy Snyder from Hillsdale, N.Y., was looking for a lost recipe for an easy salmon casserole. It once appeared on a box of Caesar croutons and was made using canned salmon and the croutons. Roz Goldman from Pikesville is sure that she has the recipe Peggy has lost. She says that she has made it many times and can confirm that "it's easy to prepare and enjoyed by all." s Taste section were calculated by registered dietitian Jodie Shield, except where noted.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2012
A man was shot about 10 p.m. Monday in the 5300 block of Wayne Ave. in Northwest Baltimore, according to police. The location is just east of Powder Mill Park and northwest of Hillsdale Park and Forest Park Golf Course. Detectives were still investigating the incident late Monday, according to Det. Jeremy Silbert, a police spokesman. No further details were available. krector@tribune.com Twitter.com/rectorpatuxent
NEWS
April 18, 1999
" 'Superfudge' by Judy Blume is mostly about Peter's mom having another baby when Peter already has a little brother named Fudge who is a pain. Peter thinks the new baby will be just like Fudge. After the baby is born, Peter realizes the baby girl is not as bad as Fudge and funny things start happening in the Hatcher house. Read this book and find out about the other exciting events in 'Superfudge.' "-- Jenn HudsonPine Grove Elementary" 'How to Eat Fried Worms' by Thomas Rockwell is a great book.
NEWS
By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2001
Engineers and consultants for the city's Department of Public Works say a subdivision in Northwest Baltimore can be built without harming the Gwynns Falls if changes are made in drainage plans. That finding puts members of the Hillsdale Heights Neighborhood Association one step closer to extending Hillsdale Road and constructing 23 homes, with an average cost of $230,000. Gary Cole, a city planner, said public works engineers and a consultant agree that a sanitary line necessary for the proposed development meets city requirements.
NEWS
By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2000
The city Planning Commission voted unanimously yesterday to defer action on the final development plan for a disputed Northwest Baltimore subdivision until the Department of Public Works comments on the project's environmental impact on the Gwynns Falls. After a testy, 3 1/2 -hour meeting, seven of the nine commissioners voted. One was absent, and Chairman Peter E. Auchincloss recused himself because he is president of Dickeyville Community Association Inc., which opposes the development sought by Hillsdale Heights Neighborhood Association.
NEWS
July 12, 1999
HILLSDALE HEIGHTS is a sliver of a city neighborhood of mostly 40-year-old custom homes overlooking the Forest Park golf course and Leakin Park. Some are straight out of House & Garden magazine, with large swimming pools and cabanas. Others are more modest. But at a time when other, similar communities are against further development, Hillsdale Height wants more houses built."We are doing this for our neighborhood -- to get the right people in," says Winfield Willis, the neighborhood association's housing chairman, who is heading efforts to build new houses on a forested hillside.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | June 29, 1993
HILLSDALE, Mich. -- People in this rural southern Michigan town are asking themselves an $18-million question: Where is that winning Michigan Lotto ticket?Residents have scoured every place they can think of, from pockets of old clothes to dresser drawers and boxes. Still, no one has come up with the ticket bearing the winning numbers: 9-13-17-18-30-38.And with just two days left to claim the lottery drawing from July 1, 1992, most people have concluded that the ticket must have left town with the person who bought it.When word came last month that the only winning ticket for the $18 million jackpot had been sold at a local 7-Eleven, it created a wave of excitement in Hillsdale, a town of about 8,000 people near the Michigan-Ohio border.
NEWS
By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,Staff Writer | November 28, 1993
An Aberdeen committee has come up with recommendations for redistricting four elementary schools to reduce overcrowding and create a more balanced social and economic mix among students.The 21 members, representing teachers, parents, citizens and community leaders, have been meeting since July to formulate the plan involving Bakerfield, Hall's Cross Roads, Hillsdale and Roye-Williams elementary schools in Aberdeen."It took so long because the committee physically visited all four schools," said committee chairman Douglas S. Wilson, who is president of the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce.
SPORTS
March 16, 2006
Where -- 2900 Hillsdale Rd., Baltimore Phone -- 410-448-4653 Online data -- www.bmgcgolf.com Course description -- 18 holes, par-71. Built in 1924. Eighty percent poa annua grass, 20 percent ryegrass. No water in play. Tees -- Blue, 6,127 yards; white, 5,815; yellow, 5,330; red, 4,874. Tee time spacing -- 8 minutes. Cost -- Year-round rates: Weekdays, $23; weekends and holidays, $26. Seniors (62 and over), $23, juniors (under 17), $6. Twilight (four phases, times vary), $20, $17, $14, $11. Early bird (back nine)
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