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  • Lead poisoning cases continue to decline

    Lead poisoning cases continue to decline
    The number of Maryland children poisoned by lead fell to a new low again last year, even as state officials expanded their effort to deal with a much larger pool of youngsters harboring lower levels of the harmful substance in their blood. A report...
  • Get ready for the fall at the HdG farmers market Saturdays

    Check out the fall harvest, dear readers, And your holiday pumpkins at the Saturday Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to noon, near the Havre de Grace Visitor Center, 450 Pennington Ave. National Hispanic Heritage Month continues through Oct. 16. This month-...
  • Westminster's Fallfest continues a proud tradition [Commentary]

    Westminster's Fallfest continues a proud tradition [Commentary]
    Westminster’s annual Fallfest celebration begins Thursday with a parade at 7 p.m. that starts on Pennsylvania Avenue and ends just below Westminster City Hall on Longwell Avenue. Fallfest, which boasts on its website, westminsterfallfest.com, to...
  • Fall Festival will take over the Historic District [Mostly Main Street]

    The Ellicott City Fall Festival will take place this Saturday, Sept. 28, in the Historic District. A shuttle will be available all day to transport you from the courthouse parking lot all the way down Main Street, so you can find easy parking and easy...
  • Battle against sickle cell disease has local roots [Ellicott City]

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sickle cell disease affects an estimated 80,000 to 100,000 Americans. It is most prevalent in people with ancestors from Africa, South or Central America, the Caribbean, Mediterranean countries,...
  • Next Lunar Bay Festival will not be at Harford's Steppingstone Museum

    Next Lunar Bay Festival will not be at Harford's Steppingstone Museum
    Organizers of the Lunar Bay Music and Arts Festival expect to soon secure a new and larger venue for next year's jam-band festival, after parting ways with operators of the Steppingstone Farm Museum, the venue for the inaugural 2013 festival. The...
  • It's in their nature to be abstract at Kish Gallery exhibit

    It's in their nature to be abstract at Kish Gallery exhibit
    The two artist-exhibit "Perspectives" at the Bernice Kish Gallery at Slayton House actually involves a shared perspective. Both Karen Carpenter and Irene Whitaker use acrylic and mixed media to make abstract paintings; and both artists also study with...
  • Cam's mom says thank you to hundreds who came out for carnival [Elkridge]

    Cam's Carnival — a fundraising event on behalf of 3-year-old Cameryn Rehbein — was recently held at Daniels Restaurant in Elkridge. Cameryn is the daughter of Maureen and Joey Rehbein, and granddaughter of lifelong Elkridge residents Luanne...
  • State audit faults Lewis Museum's financial oversight

    State audit faults Lewis Museum's financial oversight
    An audit of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture released Thursday uncovered slipshod accounting practices, among them failing to fully inventory its collection and neglecting to file annual reports, in violation...
  • Doing the time warp as Rocky Horror returns to Carroll Arts Center

    Doing the time warp as Rocky Horror returns to Carroll Arts Center
    Toast will fly, rain will fall and rice will be thrown when Carroll Arts Center presents two showings of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" on Sept. 28. This is the sixth year the Arts Center will show the movie — a cult favorite famous not only...
  • Coloring their world one room at a time

    Coloring their world one room at a time
    On a corner in a quiet Ellicott City neighborhood is the ranch-style home of Michael and Kathleen Van Meter. Snuggled into a third of an acre of tall elm trees, the brick house neatly meets the aspirations for any young couple weary of renting and ready...
  • Lyric Opera Baltimore to open third season with a familiar 'Tosca'

    Lyric Opera Baltimore to open third season with a familiar 'Tosca'
    Five years ago this month, the Baltimore Opera Company presented its last production. Back then, few people inside or out of the company realized that the vivid singing in Bellini's "Norma" would be a farewell to what had been a mainstay of the city's...