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Owings Mills has reason to celebrate as the new library is nearing completion at the Metro Center. Tentatively slated to open in the spring of 2013, this will be the largest branch in Baltimore County. A joint use facility, the library shares space with...
When the Marching Ravens take the field at M&T Bank Stadium, two Dulaney High School students, sophomore Kayla Hill and junior Beka Stem, participate in the flute section. The girls, both enthusiastic football fans, joined the Marching Ravens during the...
It won't take much more than a few minutes into the new year to see the impact of the old one, with Baltimore's City Hall opening at midnight to begin performing same-sex marriages under a law that takes effect on Jan. 1. But if the state's newly...
The federal government has sent more than $1 million in aid to the Eastern Shore to help victims of Hurricane Sandy and continues to process requests, emergency management officials said Wednesday. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has received...
Tags: U.S. Congress, Annapolis, U.S. Senate, Rentals, Elections
Looking for that perfect Valentine? Or maybe you and your true four-legged love are looking to share the snuggles this year. Either way, Columbia’s Camp Bow Wow is gearing up for its fifth annual Cupids and Canines event to be held Feb. 9 from 11 a....
Here we go again with a "chemical weapons" bogey man ("New fears over Syrian conflict," Dec. 4). America invaded and is occupying Iraq thanks to alleged weapons of mass destruction, and now Syria is in our gun sights based on similar claims. Don't we know...
Tags: The Pentagon
Some Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customers — Del. Glen Glass of Harford County included — are convinced that they don't want a smart meter wirelessly sending data about their energy usage day in and out. Some, like Eric Rockel of...
Tags: Radio, Consumers, Electronics, Environmental Politics, Timonium
The PETS Act is the Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act and was passed in 2006. It was enacted after Hurricane Katrina because of provisions not being in place for pets during emergencies. It requires state and local emergency...
I thank The Sun for its coverage of the refusal by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and President Barack Obama to grant federal disaster relief to Maryland in the wake of Hurricane Sandy ("U.S. denies aid to Md. storm victims," Dec. 5). The...
State and local officials have returned to the Eastern Shore communities ravaged by superstorm Sandy's heavy rains and high winds to comb over the damage in hopes of appealing federal officials' decision to deny aid to Maryland. The Federal Emergency...
Maryland's congressional delegation continued to press the Obama administration Friday to reconsider its decision to deny federal aid to Eastern Shore families hurt by superstorm Sandy as state leaders encouraged victims to report damage. In a letter...
Christmas came a little early to a single mother with three children thanks to Vehicles for Change and Calvert Hall College High School. The woman, who was recently hired as a director of a Baltimore day care center was presented with a 2002 Pontiac Grand...
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