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  • Charles Lindbergh lands in Baltimore in 1927 [History Matters]

    50 Years Ago Buttonholed  "Opens on Main Street  "Mrs. Juantia Mcintosh announces the opening of a Dressmaking and Altering shop at 149 Main Street.  Sewing will be the capable hands of Mrs. Ruth Botts who had her own shop for an exclusive clientele...
  • Gas prices rise in Maryland amid holiday travel

    Gas prices rise in Maryland amid holiday travel
    If you traveled for Thanksgiving, you'll likely pay more for gas getting home than you did getting away. Amid strong seasonal demand, the average price for a gallon of gasoline in Maryland rose to $3.42 on Friday, an increase of 10 cents compared to...
  • Ilchester's first Boy Scout troop installed 50 years ago [History Matters]

    50 Years Ago Scouts' honor "Installed At Ilchester: Ilchester's first Scout Troop, Number 294, was officially installed in ceremonies at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School. Al Bucher of the Yingling Ridgely Post of the VFW presented a flag to the new...
  • While Washington is preoccupied with Syria and the budget, Iran makes a move

    While Washington is preoccupied with Syria and the budget, Iran makes a move
    Washington is preoccupied with two all-consuming debates right now. First, of course, is Syria. President Barack Obama placed his faith in two wholly untrustworthy figures. Syrian President Bashar Assad has shown himself to be a consummate liar, and...
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap, 'We're not in Oklahoma no More'

    'The Amazing Race' recap, 'We're not in Oklahoma no More'
    Welcome back, everyone! I hope you got your Phil fix over the summer by watching him recreate the 1928 Tour de France on a vintage bicycle. The man does not stop. His calves do not stop. Anyway, back to the race. It opens in an Old West movie ranch...
  • Plans for Sparrows Point LNG terminal scrapped

    Plans for Sparrows Point LNG terminal scrapped
    An energy company that wanted to build a terminal in Sparrows Point to import liquefied natural gas and an 88-mile pipeline into Pennsylvania has scrapped those plans after a seven-year fight over safety and environmental concerns. Arlington, Va.-...
  • Gasoline cleanup at I-95 travel plazas to cost $2.2 million more than projected

    Gasoline cleanup at I-95 travel plazas to cost $2.2 million more than projected
    The cleanup of soil contaminated by gasoline at two travel plazas on Interstate 95 likely will cost the state $2.2 million more than estimated, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority. Remediation work at Maryland House in Harford County has...
  • Community college dedicated in 1963 and funds authorized for new campus of University of Maryland

    An article in the Oct. 3, 1963, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian recognized the dedication of the newly built community college. In springlike atmosphere, the new Catonsville Community College was officially dedicated on Saturday, Sept....
  • Protect endangered air [Editorial]

    The Washington-Baltimore region is ranked worst on the East Coast for smog, also known as ground-level ozone. The common air pollutant shortens lives, and its presence causes those alerts when children, the sick and the elderly are warned to stay indoors....
  • Gas prices continue to fall, helped by shutdown

    Gas prices continue to fall, helped by shutdown
    A variety of factors are driving gasoline prices down across the state this week — and now the federal shutdown could mean even more relief at the pump. Gas prices have been falling for weeks throughout the region and state, to an average of $3.34...
  • Candidates for governor pledge tax cuts for business

    Candidates for governor pledge tax cuts for business
    Several candidates for governor — a Democrat and three Republicans — said Friday that they would cut taxes to improve Maryland's business image and revive its ailing manufacturing sector. The three Republican candidates and Democratic...
  • Iran's charm offensive

    Iran's charm offensive
    President Barack Obama's critics lost no time in calling him naive for welcoming talks offered by Iran's president aimed at reducing tensions between their two countries over Tehran's disputed nuclear program. Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu was...