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  • State energy regulators to consider reliability standards

    State energy regulators to consider reliability standards
    The next time Ana Ferguson and her husband lose power for an extended period, they will be prepared. The Pikesville couple bought a generator after five nights without electricity in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. "We had to do it because we can't...
  • Power outages put focus on storm response, lessons for future

    Power outages put focus on storm response, lessons for future
    Jack and Betty Scrivener of Stoneleigh lost power last August thanks to Hurricane Irene. They lost it again when storms pummeled the region June 30 — and after one very long, very hot week, the elderly couple still hadn't gotten it back. They don'...
  • Who are we to say no to Iran's nukes?

    Let's ask the right question. When, exactly, did the U.S.A. become "the decider" for which countries can possess the complete nuclear fuel cycle? Seems like déjà vu all over again for a run-up to war with Iran. Will the media please do their job:...
  • Towson residents say they're glad for police reversal on local crime reports

    Just last week, the crime report sent out to community members by Sgt. Stephen Fink of the Towson precinct was accompanied by a note that told of the temporary suspension of the report — a move ordered by his superiors. But after that note was...
  • The Sparks

    Hometown: Baltimore Current members: Joe Letke, bass; Mitch Ryan, keyboards; John Kelly, drums; Evan Diamond, guitar and vocals Founded in: January 2005 Style: Contemporary rock Influenced by: Wilco, Cake, the Killers, Strokes, Modest Mouse Notable:...
  • Tragedy didn't start airline woes

    WASHINGTON-- When the major airlines' chief executives appealed to Congress this week for a $17.5 billion bailout, they also threw in a request that the federal government take over the critical task of screening passengers before flight boarding. It's...
  • Need a hostess gift when invited to dinner? The Times' S. Irene Virbila has a few ideas

    Need a hostess gift when invited to dinner? The Times' S. Irene Virbila has a few ideas
    When I spent some months in Venice, Italy, years ago, my friend Paolo would show up at dinner parties with prosciutto. I'm not talking about a paper packet of sliced ham but a whole prosciutto di San Daniele, the famous ham from Friuli, cured with the...
  • Marine general's son killed in Afghanistan while serving with battalion from Camp Pendleton

     
    The son of a Marine general has been killed in combat in Afghanistan while serving with a battalion from Camp Pendleton, the Marine Corps confirmed Wednesday. Second Lt. Robert M. Kelly, killed Tuesday by a roadside bomb during a foot......
  • Meet The Rev. John Kelly, Holy Communion commando

     
    Holy Ghost! Navarre resident Jackie Trebesh and her 19-year-old daughter went to mass on Friday at St. Sylvester’s Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze. But went they went to recieve Holy Communion they got a big surprise: The Rev. John Kelly turned them...
  • General who led Camp Pendleton Marines into combat named top assistant to secretary of defense

     
    Lt. Gen. John F. Kelly, who led Camp Pendleton Marines into combat in Baghdad and Tikrit in 2003 and Fallouja in 2004 and later served a year as the top Marine in Iraq, has been named the senior military assistant......
  • Surfing Soapbox: Brooks Street surf contest marks 50 years

    With summer on our heels, and soon to be here in the blink of an eye, here's a couple of Laguna Beach's longest-running events to look forward to, starting with the 50th annual Brooks Street Surfing Classic. The Classic has a waiting period, which opened...
  • Surfing Soapbox: What's new and cool in Laguna this summer

    For the second week in a row we're sticking with the summer theme and wishing this June gloom would be gone already. Then we can all head to one of the newest and hippest spots in Laguna to enjoy food, drinks and one of the best views of Laguna Beach...