| Jun 9, 2012
| 8:23 PM
Over the years, Jim Shriver has amassed his own personal archive of his family's illustrious history.
Even so, the Union Mills resident, like many long-time Carroll residents, has always been intrigued by one particular historic marker in front of the...
| Jun 12, 2012
| 5:49 AM
The Catholic Review, which has chronicled Catholic life in Baltimore in its weekly publication for nearly two centuries, has cut back to biweekly issues.
The decision came after months of strategic planning and improvements to the publication's Web pages...
| Aug 30, 2012
| 12:38 PM
Ervin M. Milner, who founded Milner Productions in the basement of his Northwest Baltimore home and turned it into one of the nation's largest producers of educational audiovisuals for physicians and hospitals, died Aug. 17 of complications from...
| Apr 23, 2012
| 1:26 PM
The Howard County Times was named a newspaper of the year last week in the Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association's 2011 editorial contest.
At a luncheon Friday, April 20, the Times was honored as the top award-winner in Division E, non-dailies...
| Jun 21, 2012
| 2:01 PM
A new Harford County task force is set to take on the thorny issue of traffic safety and how to prevent what safety officials have called a disturbingly high number of traffic fatalities.
At its meeting Tuesday, the Harford County Council unanimously...
| Apr 23, 2012
| 1:40 PM
The Laurel Leader won five awards, including two first-place awards, in the Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association's 2011 editorial contest.
The awards were for newspapers in Division D, non-dailies with a circulation more than 20,000, and were...
| Apr 24, 2012
| 2:54 PM
Members of the news, editorial, sports, photography and web design staffs of The Aegis, The Record and APG News received 37 awards in the 2011 Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association's Editorial Contest.
In addition to individual and team awards,...
| Apr 25, 2012
| 2:49 PM
Jean Gartlan, a retired journalist and a Catholic Relief Services program director who worked in 1960s refugee relief in southern Africa, died of cancer Sunday at Stella Maris Hospice. She was 88 and lived in Mount Vernon.
"She was really a Renaissance...
| May 8, 2012
| 8:22 AM
There's a fallacy that reporters detest being in the spotlight. If that were really true, articles would be published without bylines. But print journalists have found that it's easier and more fun to ask questions than it is to answer them.
| Jan 17, 2013
| 7:46 PM
Television executive Peter Liguori was named the new chief executive of Tribune Co. Thursday, taking the reins of the reorganized Chicago-based media company weeks after its emergence from bankruptcy.
In a widely expected announcement, Liguori, 52, a...
| May 8, 2012
| 8:29 AM
A little more than 175 years ago, an ex-journeyman printer from New England boarded a carriage bound for America's southernmost big city. His hope was to start a newspaper there and run it himself.
His friends thought he was out of his mind.
| May 1, 2012
| 1:39 PM
Joseph A. "Joe" DiPaola Jr., an award-winning Baltimore Sun photographer whose 1962 picture of the controversial nose-to-nose Preakness finish resulted in the suspension of a jockey, died Friday of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson.