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New Year's Day

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  • Pedestrian airlifted after being hit by vehicle in Joppatowne Tuesday

    A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle on Joppa Farm Road in Joppatowne on New Year's Eve and was airlifted to the Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with "serious injuries," according to fire company officials. First responders were alerted at 5:55 p.m. to the...
  • New Year's revelers ring in 2014 at Inner Harbor

    New Year's revelers ring in 2014 at Inner Harbor
    Danielle Reynolds, Elisa Davis and Michael Ross came from out of state to spend New Year's Eve in Baltimore. The three were meeting a larger group for dinner and drinks at Howl at the Moon, a piano bar in Power Plant Live. They were among the...
  • Region's (likely) first baby of 2014: It's a girl

    Region's (likely) first baby of 2014: It's a girl
    The Baltimore region's likely first baby of the year is a girl born seven minutes after midnight Wednesday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson. The hospital said Brooklyn Jane Branton, daughter of Hanover residents David and Dolly Branton,...
  • Woman dies after New Year's Eve shooting in Joppatowne

    The death of a 52-year-old woman on New Year's Day after she was shot New Year's Eve in a residence in the 400 block of Gilmor Road in Joppatowne has been ruled a suicide, the Harford County Sheriff's Office reported.. The Sheriff's Office said it...
  • Towson's Telvion Clark making most of second chance

    Towson's Telvion Clark making most of second chance
    Getting kicked off the Virginia Tech football team could have ended Telvion Clark's career. Instead, he turned it into an opportunity to find success at Towson. After playing a limited role during his freshman and sophomore years, Clark was poised to...
  • The buildings and their events back in the day [Aberdeen]

    How buildings change, or disappear completely, over the years! With the buildings, community events also disappear. Looking over some of the last items found in the R.L. Mitchell scrapbooks, we found some programs that told a great deal about the life...
  • Taking a hike to kick off the new year

    Taking a hike to kick off the new year
    Debbie Lamperti and Lorna Patrick of New Market decided to observe the new year from one of their favorite places — a hiking trail. They were in good company. Thousands were expected to join in on "First Day Hikes" across the country Wednesday, the...
  • Howard Domestic Violence Center gets new name Dec. 1

    Howard Domestic Violence Center gets new name Dec. 1
    For Jennifer Pollitt Hill, there's a lot of power in a name. Hill is the director of the Domestic Violence Center of Howard County, a nonprofit that provides aid to domestic violence and sexual assault victims. On Dec. 1, the organization's name will...
  • Dazzle Dash set to open Symphony of Lights Saturday

    Dazzle Dash set to open Symphony of Lights Saturday
    The 20th annual Symphony of Lights, a 20-minute drive-through more than 70 holiday light displays in Symphony Woods in Columbia, will open Monday, Nov. 25, and continue through Jan. 5. The 1.4-mile drive will be open from 6 to 10 nightly, except on Dec....
  • Friends and strangers

    Friends and strangers
    I didn't intend to throw a "Risky Business"-style New Year's blowout at my parents' house to ring in the year 1996. It just happened. A lot of things just happen when you are 19 and a sophomore in college; at least that's how it felt to me. I was home...
  • As Preakness 2013 arrives, infield shows identity shift from drink-a-thon to music festival

    As Preakness 2013 arrives, infield shows identity shift from drink-a-thon to music festival
    In 2008, Ed DeRosa witnessed the infamy of the Preakness infield — the passed-out partiers, the chucking of full beer cans into crowds and of course, the "Running of the Urinals," where drunken infielders ran down a row of portable toilets. DeRosa,...
  • Federal workers are victims, not villains

    Dan Shannahan's letter ("Federal workers shouldn't complain about shutdown," Oct. 2) was as ignorant as it was callous. Writing that federal workers receive Flag Day as a holiday is blatantly incorrect and The Sun should not be publishing such a...