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  • Harford to spend $1.9 million on government facilities master plan

    Harford to spend $1.9 million on government facilities master plan
    Harford County is undertaking a nearly $2 million comprehensive review of county-owned and operated facilities, a review that involves 184 public buildings, including schools, libraries, Harford Community College, volunteer fire companies and general...
  • 'New Country' radio station to launch in Baltimore Friday

    'New Country' radio station to launch in Baltimore Friday
    CBS radio will launch a country music station in Baltimore at noon Friday, management announced today. The station, called New Country, will air at 106.1 FM on the dial. This is the second station in the market that CBS is now programming through an...
  • Long lines are a welcome sight at hospital health fair

    Long lines are a welcome sight at hospital health fair
    The main floor of Laurel Regional Hospital was bustling with activity Friday, Oct. 25 as people stood in lines to get a wide range of free health screenings provided by doctors and other medical specialists. Brochures, pamphlets, medical equipment and...
  • Oneida ads on Redskins name to air on WBAL radio

    Oneida ads on Redskins name to air on WBAL radio
    The campaign to change the name of Wasington's professional football team will be coming to Baltimore in a "small" way Friday via ads on WBAL radio. WBAL progran director Dave Hill confirmed that Oneida Indian Nation has bought advertising time on the...
  • Giving thanks for Manny, growlers, waxwings and carbonara

    Giving thanks for Manny, growlers, waxwings and carbonara
    Happy Thanksgiving 2013. Let us give thanks for the food we are about to eat, the wine we are about to drink, the football game we are about to watch — Ravens versus Steelers, NBC, 8:30 p.m. — and the couches on which we are about to snore....
  • Early radio in Carroll County [Eagle Archives]

    Having grown up in Carroll County, I can tell you that, as late as the 1950s, radio was always a big deal in Carroll County. I remember our first television. It was a nice novelty. We still listened to the radio. On Nov. 18, 1932, according to the...
  • Joan A. Spurrier, legal secretary

    Joan A. Spurrier, legal secretary
    Joan A. Spurrier, a retired legal secretary and family matriarch, died of kidney failure Sunday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Idlewylde resident was 80. Born Joan Anita Adams in Baltimore and raised on Beaumont Avenue in Govans, she was the...
  • Silhouette Stages turns Slayton House into a 1940's radio show

    Silhouette Stages turns Slayton House into a 1940's radio show
    If you want to tune into what America was like on the home front during World War II, "The 1940's Radio Hour" is a nostalgic musical revue that's bursting with songs from that era. This Silhouette Stages production transforms the stage at the Slayton...
  • The story behind Bel Air's 'foxy' dancing Halloween House

    Bel Air's Jim Kurtz was crafty as a fox with his holiday decorations this year. After the success of his 2012 Christmas decorations, which played the hit Carly Rae Jepsen song "Call Me Maybe,"Kurtz decided to switch to a different holiday and wire his...
  • New opera links Jewish, German legacies of Holocaust

    New opera links Jewish, German legacies of Holocaust
    On the night of Nov. 9, 1938, a well-orchestrated anti-Jewish pogrom erupted throughout Germany and Austria. Synagogues, businesses and homes were attacked, lives were lost. The vicious destruction continued into a second night. The amount of broken...
  • Debating pros, cons of Baltimore County program to forgive some business loans

    Debating pros, cons of Baltimore County program to forgive some business loans
    The transformation of a vacant, 12-story eyesore into a gleaming office building has brought workers, shoppers and diners to the northern edge of downtown Towson — thanks in part to a public financing package that waived repayment of millions of...
  • Former WYPR editor charged with stabbing son in Joppa

    Former WYPR editor charged with stabbing son in Joppa
    Former WYPR-FM editor and longtime journalist Sunni Khalid has been accused of stabbing his adult son, according to prosecutors at a Harford County District Court bail review hearing Monday. Khalid, 55, of the 400 block of Acadia Drive in Joppa, was let...