Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Coach and teacher accused of having sexual contact with a Shoshana S. Cardin School student in 2009 and 2010 was arrested Jan. 10 at his employment at The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew.
Foye C. Minton Jr., the Shoshana S. Cardin School coach and teacher charged with child abuse of a student, was arrested Jan. 10 at his current job at the private Baltimore Hebrew Day School. Minton, a resident of Cockeysville, is charged with second-degree child abuse for offenses that occurred between Jan. 17, 2009, and Dec. 31, 2010, when he worked at Cardin, police said Tuesday. The alleged abuse occurred with a female who was a student at Cardin at the time, according to a statement issued Tuesday by Baltimore County police. "The relationship continued for about four years," the statement said. "The victim told police that she tried to end the relationship as she got older, but that Minton repeatedly attempted to contact her after she …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Here's what to do when you've hit most of the shops in Pikesville: shop with the Sisterhood of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation.
When you've shopped all the women's fashion stores, thrift stores and consignment shops in Pikesville, along comes an event worth checking out. It's time for the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Sisterhood's "Nearly New Sale—Shop 'Til You Drop!" This coming Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, find clothes, household items, books and toys that would cost much more if you bought them completely new, according to a news release. Hours for the Nearly New Sale—Shop 'Til You Drop, are: The event takes place at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 7401 Park Heights Ave. Have an opinion about Pikesville shopping? Share your advice in the comments box, and vote in our Readers' Choice contest for the best women's fashion store, and men's clothing store in town.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Baltimore Hebrew Day School held its first track meet Friday against Calvert School.
The Bullfrogs of Baltimore Hebrew Day School held its first track meet this weekend, taking first place in several events against The Calvert School of Baltimore, according to a news release. "But the real winners were the whole team, the dedicated parent trainers, and school coach for creating a great start to this stellar new track program," the release from the Pikesville day school states. Following are first-place wins May 4 by the Bullfrogs, according to the release: And Paul Benzer took second place in the 200, only .002 behind, the release states. Sydney Junker also finished a close second in the 400. Bullfrogs travel on May 16 to Calvert again, and to Gerstell May 22.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Residents are welcome to attend the Pikesville Police & Community Relations Council at 7 p.m. tonight at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. The guest speaker will be a representative of CSX's Operation Lifesaver.
A representative from CSX Corporation's safety program will be the guest speaker Tuesday during the monthly meeting of the Pikesville Police & Community Relations Council. Jason Bishop of Operation Lifesaver will discuss rail safety, and how the program works to prevent collisions, deaths and injuries at railroad crossings. And the local Baltimore County Police Explorers youth program needs citizens' support, and will discuss upcoming projects. The PCRC meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 7401 Park Heights Ave., in Pikesville.
Monday, May 30, 2011
The philanthropic organization will honor its outgoing president at its annual meeting on May 31.
Laura Black started out as a client of The Associated, a Jewish funding organization, back when it was called Jewish Family Services. She was going through a divorce, had three small children, was finishing up law school, and starting a business. “I would drive down Park Heights Avenue to what was then JFS. I promised myself then that I would give back,” she said. Now, more than 20 years later, she is the out-going president of The Associated Women group, and is working on writing an inspirational book. And on May 31 during the group's annual meeting, set for 5-7 p.m. at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 7401 Park Heights Ave. in Pikesville, the group will honor Black for her two years of leadership service to the agency. "Two words to …