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Labor Day

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  • For Baltimore, a summer of missed milestones

    For Baltimore, a summer of missed milestones
    The Baltimore Grand Prix just concluded its third underachieving year, and the city's unemployment rate continues to be among the highest in the state and nation. The Labor Day holiday was a momentous weekend because it marked the end of a summer full...
  • Bingo Gang regular celebrates 95th birthday [Port Deposit]

    Well, summer is over, Labor Day picnics are done, and now on to the pleasant weather of Indian summer. Ruth Moore, of Rising Sun, one of the Monday morning McDonald's Bingo Gang, celebrated her 95th birthday on Aug. 28. She enjoyed early birthday...
  • Pony struck and killed by car at Assateague Island

    Pony struck and killed by car at Assateague Island
    A pony was struck and killed by a vehicle late Monday at Assateague Island National Seashore. The horse, a 20-year-old bay mare, stepped into the path of the car, said Rachelle Daigneault, chief of interpretation and education at Assateague. The...
  • Four arrested during Harford weekend DUI checkpoint

    The Harford County Sheriff's Office arrested four people for allegedly drinking and driving, or for allegedly having drugs, during a recent sobriety checkpoint at Route 152 near Stockton Road in Joppa overnight between Saturday and Sunday. The Labor...
  • Ravens fans forced to watch their champs from a distance

    Ravens fans forced to watch their champs from a distance
    Baltimore's Ravens, reigning champions of professional football, kick off their new season Thursday night on national television while its Orioles once again have reached September with a shot at the playoffs. What's not to like? Plenty, say some...
  • Grand Prix causes a grand hassle

    Grand Prix causes a grand hassle
    My wife and I volunteer at the National Aquarium on Saturday afternoons. This week we left at 11 a.m. ,and the trip from Columbia to the Inner Harbor took almost an hour in contrast to the usual 25 to 30 minutes ("Grand Prix impact felt beyond racetrack,"...
  • Tauber off to fast start in college cross country

    Elizabeth Tauber, of Bel Air, opened the new cross-country season at a quick pace, winning the Baltimore Metro Invitational Meet in Towson Aug. 31. The Towson University junior and John Carroll grad won the race on a 5K course at Goucher College. She...
  • Alleged Naval Academy assault took place in quiet suburb

    Alleged Naval Academy assault took place in quiet suburb
    The house that was the scene of alleged sexual assaults by three Naval Academy football players looks like any other in suburban Annapolis: a brick split-level on a quiet cul de sac lined with cherry trees. But neighbors in the Rolling Hills...
  • Don't reject out of hand a post-Labor Day start for schools

    Don't reject out of hand a post-Labor Day start for schools
    Your recent editorial significantly minimized the need to explore a post-Labor Day start to Maryland's public school calendar ("One week and counting," Aug. 19). It was disappointing that The Sun would issue such a dismissive opinion without first...
  • Two killed, four shot in separate overnight incidents in Baltimore

    Two killed, four shot in separate overnight incidents in Baltimore
    A 52-year-old man was beaten to death by a group of people in West Baltimore on Monday night, one of two killings and four non-fatal shootings police were investigating Tuesday. The attack took place in Reservoir Hill, where four other people have been...
  • Amtrak service disrupted, riders trapped after storm damage

    Amtrak service disrupted, riders trapped after storm damage
    More than 1,200 passengers on five different Amtrak trains traveling between Wilmington and Perryville were delayed for hours or forced to transfer trains on Monday night after a line of thunderstorms damaged the railroad's signaling system, according...
  • Woman, cab driver robbed in weekend spate of crimes in Edgewood

    Two robberies were reported over the Labor Day weekend in Edgewood, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said. A woman told police two men grabbed her purse out of her hands in the 6200 block of Edgewood Road just before midnight on Friday, Sheriff's...