Week in Review: Cranes, Al Roker, Summer Arrives
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The week of June 17 began with Father's Day, recognized on Dundalk Patch with a series of essays written by Grange Elementary School kindergarten students.
In other news, tragedy struck a Baltimore City home on the city/county line near Dundalk when Bruce Wagner, 51, died in a house fire on Eastbourne Avenue.
Seagirt Marine Terminal welcomed four 14-story, state-of-the-art cranes that took two months to ship from China to Baltimore; the first day of summer arrived Tuesday and was ushered in by a two-day mini-heat wave with temperatures close to 100; and NBC weatherman Al Roker, in Baltimore to cover Star-Spangled Sailabration activities, visited Costas Inn to sample some of the restaurant's crabs.
In case you missed them, here are some of the week's top headlines:
Eastbourne Avenue Fire Kills Resident
Dundalk Crime: Burglars Hit Businesses
Checking in with Dominique Dawes, Olympian
Around Town: Dundalk House Hunt
NBC's Al Roker Enjoys Crabs at Costas
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