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  • All of Howard County is a stage in new theater season

    All of Howard County is a stage in new theater season
    If you're not quite ready to head indoors for the fall, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has just the show for you. Think of it as a way to partake of an early offering in the new theater season in Howard County while watching that show under the stars....
  • Maryland sees a future in drones

    Maryland sees a future in drones
    In a cavernous production facility at AAI Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Hunt Valley, workers assemble remote-control planes that help U.S. forces identify enemy targets. At the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, researchers...
  • Margaret B. Tyler, customer service rep

    Margaret B. Tyler, customer service rep
    Margaret B. Tyler, a former Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customer service representative, died Aug. 5 from complications of dementia at Cadia Rehabilitation in Millsboro, Del. She was 96. The former Margaret Beulah Knochel was born in Baltimore and...
  • What's orange, wet and Duff Goldman's nemesis? Sunny-D

    What's orange, wet and Duff Goldman's nemesis? Sunny-D
    We're not going to tell anyone how to run their households, but if anyone ever has Duff Goldman over, here's a hint on what not to pour: Sunny-D. Baltimore's Ace of Cakes really, really, really seems to hate the orange-flavored drink. Like really. It...
  • Havre de Grace, Aberdeen high schools get AP grant

    Harford County Public Schools is "very pleased and very proud" that Aberdeen and Havre de Grace high schools are the first schools in the county to be involved in the National Math and Science Initiative's grant program for military families, school...
  • Southwest merger with AirTran combines biggest BWI rivals

    Southwest merger with AirTran combines biggest BWI rivals
    Southwest Airlines' $1.4 billion bid for AirTran Holdings would combine the two largest carriers at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, cementing Southwest's dominance at BWI but possibly ushering in higher passenger fares amid...
  • 890 bird strikes reported in Maryland 1990-2007

     
    In all the reporting in recent weeks about the bird strike data recently released by the Federal Aviation Administration, I never read anything specific to Maryland. But the report is now available online and it's available to anyone curious enough to.......
  • 'Columbia is lost'

    In a tragic echo of the Challenger disaster, the seven astronauts on the space shuttle Columbia died yesterday when the spacecraft broke apart over Texas just moments before its scheduled landing and disappeared in a trail of fire, smoke and debris....
  • Shock and grief echo Challenger disaster, Sept. 11

    Few people even knew that the space shuttle Columbia had taken off two weeks ago, a routine launch that failed to capture the hearts and imaginations of Americans who once held their breath at every takeoff and landing. But as a morning of shock slid...
  • City seeks answers from science, faith

    HOUSTON - While one investigation into the disintegration of space shuttle Columbia continued yesterday inside the Johnson Space Center, a separate reckoning began outside it. By the thousands, parishioners flocked to the mega-churches that blanket the...
  • Engineers: Analysis minimized danger

    Space shuttle mission managers at a key Jan. 24 meeting hastily approved a technical analysis that some shuttle engineers now say overlooked the fatal potential of debris damage to Columbia. The engineers told the Orlando Sentinel that the analysis --...
  • NASA engineers debated risk of shuttle wing loss

    WASHINGTON - One day before the Columbia disaster, senior NASA engineers worried that the shuttle's left wing might burn off and cause the deaths of the crew, describing a sequence of events much like the one investigators believe happened. They never...