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  • A merger of necessity [Commentary]

    A merger of necessity [Commentary]
    The proposed merger between Comcast and Time Warner highlights the vast gap between the imagined world the broadband industry's critics and the real world in which these companies must compete. For years, the critics have advocated forcing companies...
  • Harford snow ends short of forecast; cold follows

    Harford snow ends short of forecast; cold follows
    By late Monday morning it was all over for Harford County, which fared much better in the latest winter storm than what the dire forecasts had predicted. The storm Sunday night through Monday was forecast to be one of the worst of this bitter cold and...
  • Eat chili for a good cause at annual cook-off [Ellicott City]

    Help the homeless in Howard County by eating chili at the fourth annual Hotter Than Thou chili cook-off Sunday, March 9, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., at the Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City.  Sponsored by the Bridges to Housing Stability...
  • Why no articles about MTA fare increase? [Letter]

    Why no articles about MTA fare increase? [Letter]
    Freedom of the press came about to inform the people of America the news without government intervention, in the 18th century. Yet The Sun continues to pick the part of the news it believes the public wants to read about and slants it to the readership it...
  • New challenges, new solutions [Commentary]

    New challenges, new solutions [Commentary]
    America has crossed a few ominous thresholds that should give us pause. For one, poisonings are killing more people than car crashes in the United States, making them the leading cause of accidental death in the country for the first time. The vast...
  • Race organizer TriColumbia plots way to get back on track

    Race organizer TriColumbia plots way to get back on track
    The Columbia Triathlon Association — one of the country's premier endurance race organizers — expects to be taking event registrations again and offering reassurance to nervous athletes on its website next week after drafting a plan to put the...
  • Facebook post, tip from hotel clerk led to rescue of missing Maryland girl

    Facebook post, tip from hotel clerk led to rescue of missing Maryland girl
    FLORENCE, S.C. — It had been less than a day since Carol Gause ended a multi-state hunt for a man accused of a Baltimore County slaying and his 11-year-old daughter, but she was reluctant to take any credit. The trim, 53-year-old woman, who wore a...
  • 'Randy' Holland Jr., 56, former editor of Catonsville Times

    Robert Randolph "Randy" Holland Jr. of Rockton, Ill., a sales director and former editor of the Catonsville Times, died of a heart attack on Jan. 23. He was 56. Mr. Holland was born Oct. 15, 1957, at St. Agnes Hospital to parents Robert, retired...
  • Subpoenas issued to at least 10 ACC schools in Maryland-ACC legal battle

    Subpoenas issued to at least 10 ACC schools in Maryland-ACC legal battle
    Documents filed Friday in the University of Maryland's legal battle with the Atlantic Coast Conference show that subpoenas have been issued to at least 10 ACC schools — plus various broadcast media partners — seeking information about the ACC'...
  • Assembly poised to pass city liquor board reforms

    Assembly poised to pass city liquor board reforms
    Following a scathing audit that revealed widespread mismanagement and spotty enforcement by Baltimore's liquor board, state lawmakers are poised to approve emergency changes to reshape the troubled agency. Bills that advocates say would reform the liquor...
  • Midshipman opts for trial by judge in assault case

    Midshipman opts for trial by judge in assault case
    A Naval Academy midshipman accused of sexually assaulting a classmate at an off-campus party asked a judge Friday to decide his fate instead of a jury in the trial that's being watched at the Annapolis institution and across the country as a bellwether of...
  • Banking on those who don't [Commentary]

    Banking on those who don't [Commentary]
    If you are among America's 68 million people who can't, won't or just don't do business with private banks, the post office wants you. Recognizing a need for affordable banking services among the nation's lower-income consumers, the U.S. Postal...