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  • Olan R. Shively, mechanical engineer

    Olan R. Shively, a retired mechanical engineer who collected vintage Plymouth automobiles, died Sept. 19 of liver cancer at Bonnie Blink, the Maryland Masonic Home in Hunt Valley. The former longtime Millersville resident was 88. The son of a...
  • Ravens offense is relying on a little patience

    Ravens offense is relying on a little patience
    During the Ravens' victorious Super Bowl run last season, their offense emerged as a formidable weapon capable of rapidly piling up points and yards. It's a different story altogether this season as an offense in transition has degenerated into a...
  • Ambience aplenty for Chesapeake production of 'Dracula'

    Ambience aplenty for Chesapeake production of 'Dracula'
    At the start of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel "Dracula," a London lawyer named Harker visits Transylvania to facilitate a real estate deal for a mysterious count who desires new digs in England. Not anything freshly built, or even modestly rehabbed, mind...
  • Orioles prospects and minor leaguers playing in offseason leagues

    Orioles prospects and minor leaguers playing in offseason leagues
    Several of the Orioles' top prospects — including Jonathan Schoop, Eduardo Rodriguez and Henry Urrutia — will be playing this offseason in the Arizona Fall League, which begins play¬† Tuesday. The Orioles prospects will play for the...
  • 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...
  • Capt. Thomas L. MacKenzie, naval officer

    Capt. Thomas L. MacKenzie, naval officer
    Capt. Thomas L. MacKenzie, a retired career Navy officer who was a staff member of the House Armed Services Committee, died Sept. 27 at Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, Va., of complications from a fall. The Alexandria resident was 65. The son of a...
  • 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...
  • In Md., government shutdown buffets businesses

    In Md., government shutdown buffets businesses
    At least 100 federal workers usually crowd the Salsa Grill in Woodlawn for lunch. By Friday, the fourth day of the partial federal government shutdown, their numbers dwindled to three. The Peruvian eatery — across from the Social Security...
  • Make a deal where everyone wins

     Make a deal where everyone wins
    It is hard to believe that the Democrats and Republicans can't come up with the following as a way to break the logjam in D.C.: The GOP agrees to this year's budget, the updated debt ceiling and the immigration reform law passed by the U.S. Senate. In...
  • Casino construction to have major impact on city traffic

    Casino construction to have major impact on city traffic
    Local commuters and Ravens fans should get ready for major gridlock near the city's gridiron. Transportation officials are warning of heavy traffic congestion in South Baltimore — and bracing for its spread into the downtown area — as lane...
  • Deer mating season approaching, drivers beware

    Deer mating season approaching, drivers beware
    With the way the critters have taken up residence in many parts of Harford County in recent years, you may have noticed an increase in deer activity either on your property or on the area roadways. But this time of year, however, is the beginning of the...
  • GAO questions disparities in nuclear plant oversight

    GAO questions disparities in nuclear plant oversight
    A new government report raises questions about the consistency of federal nuclear power plant oversight, noting regional disparities in the frequency with which plants - including Maryland's Calvert Cliffs - have been cited for safety problems or...