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April Fools' Day

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  • Senior defenders have McDonogh boys primed for run at title

    Senior defenders have McDonogh boys primed for run at title
    Talk with McDonogh boys lacrosse coach Andy Hilgartner about the two players most responsible for the Eagles' dominating play on defense this season — close defenseman Bryson Greene and long pole Kyle DeVinney — and he's quick to state that...
  • Staff Q&A: Awful April Fools' Day pranks

    Staff Q&A: Awful April Fools' Day pranks
    April Fools' Day is Sunday. So we asked: Which prank would you consider cruel and unusual punishment Sorry, Tyler Perry. Getting one of Baltimore's (now infamous) exorbitant water bills. Luke Broadwater, reporter, The Baltimore Sun If someone made...
  • Lutherville: Local children get hopping at annual Easter egg hunts

    Easter is just around the corner, and our neighborhood associations are again holding Easter egg hunts for the little ones. This weekend the Easter Bunny will be hiding eggs for the children in Orchard Hills, Longford and York Manor on Saturday, March...
  • 10 awkward questions with Giuliana Rancic

    10 awkward questions with Giuliana Rancic
    We often watch a reality show about a couple and assume they won't be a couple for much longer. It's not that we're cynical; it's just the facts of reality TV life. But "Giuliana & Bill," featuring Giuliana and Bill Rancic, seems to have broken that...
  • Happy April Fool's Day Havre de Grace

    HappyApril Fool's Day, dear readers, on April 1. I hope you are not an April Fool, or a victim of someone's tomfoolery. Beware! Fair warning! April is Young People's Poetry Month, Multicultural Month and the Month of Mathematics Education. April,...
  • Mega Millions winner buys ticket in Baltimore Co.

    Mega Millions winner buys ticket in Baltimore Co.
    The nation watched as winning numbers for the record-setting Mega Millions jackpot were revealed Friday night, and then waited all day Saturday to learn the identity of a lucky Baltimore County shopper who would split the $656 million. His or her...
  • Eagle Archive: Carroll County Pasta Growers Association faced serious issues in spring 1917

    In March and April of 1917, chaos and confusion in the global agriculture markets led to a series of testy meetings between local farmers and the canneries in Carroll County. As World War I ended, "county farmers found themselves in an increasingly...
  • Players await word of Mega Millions winners

    Players await word of Mega Millions winners
    The great mystery of Maryland's Mega Millions winner remained unsolved Monday morning. Lottery officials said the winner had yet to come forward, but they have been "inundated" by rumors about the unknown winner. They countered claims in some...
  • The Front Burner: Smokin' Hot barbecue is true to its name

    The Front Burner: Smokin' Hot barbecue is true to its name
    April 1st (aka April Fool's Day) marked the second anniversary of the grand opening of a strip center eatery that calls itself Smokin' Hot Bar and Grille. Don't let the name fool you, though. Yes, wings, ribs and pit beef are among the most popular...
  • A philanthropist and jokester, fullback Leach almost never puts himself first

    A philanthropist and jokester, fullback Leach almost never puts himself first
    Vonta Leach has played 37 games since he last got an opportunity to run the football in the NFL. He has endured countless collisions with linebackers, paved the way for Pro Bowl running backs and even played on special teams. But in 102 NFL games...
  • 2011: A re-wind

    2011: A re-wind
    Fast cars zipped around downtown Baltimore streets and, it turns out, the race promoters' financial messes. A robocall that urged voters to relax and stay home led jurors to a vote of their own: guilty of election fraud. We bade farewell to an iconic...
  • Alleged document thieves indicted on federal charges

    The two New Yorkers charged with stealing historic documents from Maryland were indicted federally Thursday in a far broader scheme in which prosecutors say they stole many more valuable manuscripts from museums in both states. A National Archives...