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  • Westminster's Matthew Seidler among honorees at Memorial Day observance

    Westminster's Matthew Seidler among honorees at Memorial Day observance
    It was less than six years ago that Matthew Seidler accepted his diploma as a member of Westminster High School's Class of 2006. He is recalled by classmates as a good friend, serious worker and talented artist and video production student. It was...
  • Four people cited after mailbox explosion in Aberdeen

    Four people were issued criminal citations after blowing up an Aberdeen residential mailbox early Tuesday morning, fire investigators said. The mailbox was discovered "post blast" at approximately 3:39 a.m. by Chris Steelman, owner the a residence in the...
  • BangBang Mongolian Grill flavorful but frantic

    BangBang Mongolian Grill flavorful but frantic
    Before walking into BangBang Mongolian Grill, take a deep breath. It might be your last chance to relax until dinner is over. The new addition to the Can Company in Canton, which opened in February, promotes its healthy, do-it-yourself meals with...
  • Boy, 16, charged with exploding bottle bombs in Aberdeen

    A 16-year-old boy has been charged in connection with the explosion of two improvised bottle bombs in an Aberdeen Dumpster, according to state fire marshals. Aberdeen city police originally responded to the first block of East Bel Air Avenue for a...
  • Towson man recalls war spent in the belly of the beast

    Towson man recalls war spent in the belly of the beast
    Larry Hilte had a date with destiny on Valentine's Day, 1945. Then just 19 years of age, the Marylander flew his first combat mission onboard a B-24 Liberator bomber. He and a crew of eight left Spinazzola air base in Italy and headed for Vienna,...
  • Westminster's Matt Seidler 'knew his calling was in the Air Force'

    Westminster's Matt Seidler 'knew his calling was in the Air Force'
    There were many moving moments during Monday's annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, in Timonium. The program included nearly two hours of musical selections by military bands and choral groups and prayers, along with...
  • 11 players returning to Blast for 2012-13 MISL season

    11 players returning to Blast for 2012-13 MISL season
    The Blast re-signed 11 players from last year's squad, pending MISL approval, team president and general manager Kevin Healey announced Thursday. Returning this season are: forwards Machel Millwood, Adauto Neto, Lucio Gonzaga, Adriano Dos Santos and J.T....
  • Port Deposit tanker accident Aug. 14 could have been worse, clean-up firm says

    Port Deposit tanker accident Aug. 14 could have been worse, clean-up firm says
    It could have been much worse last week when a tanker crashed into a Port Deposit condominium building, according to the owner of the Bel Air company that safety removed the damaged truck from under part of the structure. In the early afternoon of Aug....
  • One dead, as tanker truck carrying gasoline crashes, burns in Port Deposit

    One dead, as tanker truck carrying gasoline crashes, burns in Port Deposit
    A tractor trailer carrying a load of gasoline crashed and became engulfed by fire in Port Deposit Friday night. Maryland State Police said the truck driver, a Maryland man, was killed. Fire companies from Harford and Cecil counties responded to the scene...
  • Port Deposit cleanup continues from fatal tanker crash and explosion

    Port Deposit cleanup continues from fatal tanker crash and explosion
    Port Deposit hopes to beef up traffic enforcement following Friday night's fatal crash and explosion of a loaded gasoline tanker truck. Repairs to utilities and other cleanup activities were largely wrapped up by Tuesday in the town after a tractor...
  • History matters: Hail 16 inches deep reported in upper Howard County

    100 Years Ago Hail to red hats In the Times news briefs: "Hail 16 inches deep is reported in Frederick, upper Howard and Carroll counties last Wednesday night. "The hail storm Wednesday night killed 500 English sparrows in part of Baltimore county....
  • Attack on Iran not yet justified

    An attack on Iran would be foolhardy and unnecessary ("As rhetoric heats up over Iran, so do preparations," Aug. 30). Iran is a "non-nuclear weapon" party to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, and Iran's nuclear materials and facilities such as reactors...