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  • Jean S. Fugett Sr., teacher and family patriarch, dies

    Jean S. Fugett Sr., teacher and family patriarch, dies

    Jean S. Fugett Sr., a retired National Security Administration staff member and patriarch of his family, died of heart failure Tuesday at his Randallstown home. He was 88. Born in Westchester, Pa., he was the son of Joseph Fugett, a teacher who had a school named after him — and who was the son...

  • John Harbaugh must balance health, conditioning when scheming Ravens camp

    John Harbaugh must balance health, conditioning when scheming Ravens camp

    John Harbaugh is revved up for camp which opens next week and indications are he wants to go back to his old-school approach with an emphasis on fundamentals and strength and conditioning.

  • Roughly Speaking podcast: Digging for the truth in No Man's Land (episode 127)

    Roughly Speaking podcast: Digging for the truth in No Man's Land (episode 127)

    A bloody disaster within a debacle: Today's podcast explores a long-buried claim that American troops, many from Maryland, were betrayed during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive of World War I. In 1916, there was a presidential election, with Woodrow Wilson running successfully for a second term while...

  • Maryland's black bear hunt extends into two more counties

    Maryland's black bear hunt extends into two more counties

    Over the last 20 years, black bears have made a comeback in Maryland, particularly in the western part of the state, and, more recently, their range has started to expand to the exurbs and suburban areas. There have been black bear sightings in parts of Baltimore County for 10 years, and state...

  • Leo James D'Aleo, Baltimore architect, dies

    Leo James D'Aleo, Baltimore architect, dies

    Leo James D'Aleo, a Baltimore architect whose lengthy career included designing Mount Vernon's Waxter Center and the Inner Harbor's Scarlett Place, died of congestive heart failure July 10 at his Monkton home. He was 75. Born in New York and raised in Philadelphia, he was the son of Bernard Francis...

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