Diabetes doesn't make life easy, but can be controlled says Baltimore longshoreman

The first time Boston Oliver experienced low blood sugar leading to hypoglycemia or “sugar shock,” he had no idea what was going on.

Longshoreman Boston Oliver cannot stress enough the importance of getting tested for diabetes, especially as a person gets older. (Bill McAllen | Special to the Review)

St. Dominic alumnus rallies classmates for Baltimore’s first ‘Mass mob’

Typically, 40 to 50 people dot the pews of St. Dominic in Hamilton at Saturday evening Mass.

St. Dominic School alumni, from left, Richard Messick, Steve Mettee and Paul Wimmer joined classmates for a Mass mob at their childhood parish Nov. 15. (Maria Wiering | CR Staff)

To do it over again, 100-year-old sister wouldn’t change a thing, except her name

What was it that enticed an Irish girl to join a religious order and move across the world for its work?

Sister of St. Francis of Philadelphia Columbkill O

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Paul McMullen
Nov 22, 2014
Blakefield teacher got around on milestone birthday
Most guys celebrate their 50th birthday by blowing out the candles on a cake. A few opt for something more strenuous, such as a day of sport fishing or a round of golf.Then there is Chris Cucuzzella, a physics teacher and coach at Loyola Blakefield, who marked that milestone Nov.

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