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  • Franklin L. Myers, retired postal carrier, dies

    Franklin L. Myers, retired postal carrier, dies

    Franklin Leroy Myers, a retired postal carrier and World War II combat veteran, died June 23 at his Parkton home. His cause of death has not been determined. He was 90. Family members said he either fell or suffered a heart attack. Born in Alesia in northern Carroll County, he was the son of Jacob...

  • Franklin L. Myers, retired postal carrier, dies

    Franklin L. Myers, retired postal carrier, dies

    Franklin Leroy Myers, a retired postal carrier and World War II combat veteran, died June 23 at his Parkton home. His cause of death has not been determined. He was 90. Family members said he either fell or suffered a heart attack. Born in Alesia in northern Carroll County, he was the son of Jacob...

  • Roughly Speaking podcast: LeBron's hot hand, and a million-dollar first novel (episode 116)

    Roughly Speaking podcast: LeBron's hot hand, and a million-dollar first novel (episode 116)

    In this podcast: 1:50: Penguin Random House made publishing news when it agreed to pay a reported $2 million for the rights to a series of novels by a new writer, Emma Cline. The first in that series, “The Girls,” based on the Manson family murders of the late 1960s, is out. Paula Gallagher reviews...

  • Peter Schmuck's Orioles grades for June 27

    Peter Schmuck's Orioles grades for June 27

    Every week, Orioles columnist Peter Schmuck will grade the performance of the Orioles in five categories. The letter grades are not directly tied to any particular statistic, but are representative of a cumulative evaluation of everything - tangible or intangible - that falls under that particular...

  • Peter Schmuck's Orioles grades for June 27

    Peter Schmuck's Orioles grades for June 27

    Every week, Orioles columnist Peter Schmuck will grade the performance of the Orioles in five categories. The letter grades are not directly tied to any particular statistic, but are representative of a cumulative evaluation of everything – tangible or intangible – that falls under that particular...

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