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The School of the Cathedral’s Middle School Students Serve Others

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Providing service opportunities is an integral part of the School of the Cathedral’s curriculum, but students are often surprised by how much they gain from these experiences.

Top Stories: Hamilton’s Green Onion Market to Close, A Praiseworthy Baltimore Cop, Ground Broken for New Ronald McDonald House

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Our top story this week is a sad announcement: Hamilton’s Green Onion Market on Harford Road is going out of business. Co-owner Rich Marsiglia wrote on the business’ Facebook page on Monday that after five years of operating, his giant carrot-topped store is shutting down within two weeks. During that time, he’ll be selling all the fresh goods on the shelves at discounted rates.

Marsiglia didn’t elaborate on why the store is closing. (We couldn’t reach him by phone.)

“I want to say from the bottom of my heart to our many loyal customers, I am truly sad to make this unavoidable business decision and will miss seeing you on a regular basis,” he wrote. He added that he still expects to see everyone around, as he lives in the neighborhood. He said he plans to lease the property to another business soon. And the giant carrot will remain, he told a commenter.

Here were our other most-read stories from the past seven days:

Urban Landscape: Ground Broken for $30M Ronald McDonald House; Construction Underway for Harbor Point’s ‘Sandlot’; Williams Sonoma Closes Towson Store; Mahan Rykiel Moves to New Home

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Rendering of the planned new Ronald McDonald House, via Ronald McDonald House Charities.

After 35 years on the west side of downtown, the Ronald McDonald House is moving east.

Formula 4 Champion Comes Home – Former Gilman Student Celebration and Fundraiser at the AutoBahn March 24th

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On Friday Autobahn Indoor Speedway BWI  will celebrate the F4 championship driver whose career started in one of their leagues: former Gilman student Cameron Das ’18.

Get in shape and give to a good cause too…The MAC Joins Forces with Ronald McDonald House

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Photo Courtesy Ronald McDonald House.
Photo Courtesy Ronald McDonald House

Throughout March, anyone who is not currently a MAC member can get a 25-day trial to the MAC for $25! The entire $25 will be donated by the MAC to the Ronald McDonald House. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore provides a home away from home for seriously ill children and their families, and helps to fund programs in the local area that directly improve the well being of children.

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