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Ten large red signs hanging outside theToys 'R' Usstore in the One Mile West Shopping Center at 6600 Baltimore National Pike tell the story. The signs announce that the store, which opened late in 1969, will close next month. "This location is closing...
Even before Linda Miller took the reins as principal of Catonsville Elementary School more than five years ago, parents and teachers had concerns about potholes scarring the drop-off area and parking lot of the school, she said. Those concerns will be...
Tags: Schools, Catonsville, Headaches, Elementary Schools, Elections
On behalf of the officers and members of the Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps, I would like to thank everyone who contributed to our fourth annual Toys for Tots campaign this year. Editor: On behalf of the officers and members of the Havre de Grace...
Friends School fourth-grader Mary Charlotte Mortimer is getting her ears pierced, and naturally, she wanted her American Girl doll to have its ears pierced, too. Her cousins, twins Tessa and Cara Collins, also wanted their dolls' ears pierced. On...
The Baltimore SunThis week The Unleashed Testing Panel is taking on a new dog toy with a big boast right in its name: The Perfect Dog Toy. Made by the company Just Ducky, The Perfect Dog Toy claims to be "virtually indestructible" and able to be "tugged, tossed or...
More than 200 girls and their American Girl dolls hit the runway at Towson Town Center on Saturday, Jan. 28. The walk was short and the line was long, but there were smiles all around. "I got to tell the guy what I liked," said Savannah Shafer, 7, of...
It seems as though the holiday season starts earlier and earlier each year. Lights and wreaths decorate storefronts in late October and Christmas carols start playing on the radio before the turkey is cut on Thanksgiving. But it's never too early to start...
Tags: Holidays, Wines, Chesapeake Bay, Havre de Grace
WARNING: This column contains subject matter and parlance that may be disturbing to some readers. Reader discretion is advised. Raven thinks she's participating in a show about cats who enjoy catnip. She has no idea that soon she will be confronted...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Cat (animal), Toys
It's summer time in Carroll County; for Valerie Virchow, that means only one thing — Carroll County Farm Museum's living history camps. For the last 10 years, Virchow has served as a group leader for the camps at the Westminster museum, escorting...
An article in the Nov. 2, 1961, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian heralded a concert by a world-renowned group of musicians. The Catonsville Senior High Park Project has announced that for the first time, the U.S. Army Field Band of...
Natalie Graham's first meeting a year ago with "Modern Family" actress Ariel Winter could have been a disaster. Graham, owner of The Doll House, a Mount Vernon boutique featuring Graham's Ragdolls Clothing Line, didn't recognize the waifish, chestnut-...
The Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps, along with the Marine Corps Reserves and the Toys for Tots Foundation, have designated the Havre de Grace Ambulance Corps station as a drop-off site for the local fourth annual Toys for Tots campaign. The Havre de...
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