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Thomas J. Kennedy Jr., who while fighting with the Marines in the South Pacific during World War II was blinded by enemy fire and after his return to Baltimore established Dawn's Office Supply, died Friday of cancer at his Mount Washington home. He was...
Charles Adam Fecher, a self-taught Baltimore scholar, author and editor who undertook the formidable task of editing the controversial diaries of H.L. Mencken, died Monday of respiratory failure at St. Agnes Hospital. The longtime Govans and Rodgers...
Salvatore Joseph Cameron, a retired mason and Air Force veteran, died Tuesday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after suffering a fall in his Eldersburg home. He was 73. Born in Hazleton, Pa., Mr. Cameron moved with his family to Baltimore's Lakeland...
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Sun reporterWith thousands of defense-related jobs coming to Maryland in the next few years, local social services officials see a golden opportunity for poor people to get better jobs, especially in high-priced suburbs in Howard, Anne Arundel and Harford counties...
sun reporterHe loved music and playing the guitar, but military service is where Eric Matthew Kavanagh found his calling, family and friends said. "Behind that happy, huggy, gentle guitar player, there was grit and determination," said the Rev. W. Terry Schoener...
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sun reporterAs a boy, Matthew P. Wallace built forts - in his front yard, down the street from his home in Lexington Park, at the beach, dreaming always of becoming a soldier, his family said. He enlisted in the Army in February 2004 and was sent to Iraq in...
Sun StaffARLINGTON, Va. -- For the second time this year, Martina C. Burger sat beside a casket at Arlington National Cemetery as a Marine placed in her lap a neatly folded American flag. Having buried her husband in May, Burger said goodbye yesterday to her only...
Sun StaffRaymond J. Faulstich Jr., an Army private first class from Leonardtown in Southern Maryland, was killed in action in Iraq last week, the Department of Defense said yesterday. Faulstich, 24, was killed Thursday when the convoy he was traveling with near...
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Sun StaffOn Saturday, Marine Cpl. Dale A. Burger Jr. called home from Iraq. Because he'd been fighting in the offensive on Fallujah, he hadn't had much time for calls recently. But he wanted to let his mother, Martina Burger, know that although shrapnel had...
At age 59, Rita Kowalski decided she wanted to use the computer for more than emailing her kids and looking up salmon recipes. Forty-two years after she dropped out of high school to start a family, Kowalski, now a grandmother of 12, is using it to...
The Island Packet OnlineWhile some girls complain about having to go to school and do homework, many others would give anything for the chance to learn. Some girls around the world aren't given the opportunity to attend school. They are forced into marriage at a young age,...
Florence Morning News, S.C.When Gail Elmore used to teach in high school, she always kept a copy of the GED study guide in her desk, at the ready for every student threatened to drop out saying, "I'll just take the GED." "My response was always take this book home tonight, take...
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