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  • Looking for a solution to mounting media confusion and misinformation

    One of the driving principles in the live and late-breaking world of TV news is to just keep moving on. Don’t dwell too long on yesterday’s mistakes, or you’ll miss today’s big story. But the mistakes made by social media and...
  • Radio Reading Network director finds joy, purpose, through the air

    Radio Reading Network director finds joy, purpose, through the air
    As far back as Robert Lewis can remember, he has been fascinated by what he heard on the radio — he would even sneak a receiver under his pillow when he was younger so he could listen to music late at night. Decades later, he's still feeling that...
  • Baltimore Spectator blogger pleads not guilty; awaits May trial

    Baltimore Spectator blogger pleads not guilty; awaits May trial
    Frank James MacArthur, the blogger known as the Baltimore Spectator, could go on trial in May after pleading not guilty Monday to gun and resisting-arrest charges that have kept him in jail for months. MacArthur is accused in connection with a...
  • O.J. Brigance weighs in on fired radio hosts who ridiculed Steve Gleason

    O.J. Brigance weighs in on fired radio hosts who ridiculed Steve Gleason
    O.J. Brigance and Steve Gleason are brothers in arms in the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Both are retired NFL players who are battling the debilitating motor neuron and muscle disease that has no known cure and is commonly referred to as...
  • Carroll moves closer to updating radio technology

    The radio system that serves Carroll County fire, rescue, and emergency medical services as well as law enforcement agencies is not in danger of suddenly failing, but the availability of parts to repair equipment could soon become scarce. The Board of...
  • 'The Voice' recap: The Top 5 perform

    'The Voice' recap: The Top 5 perform
    It’s semi-finals time! Monday night’s episode of "The Voice" kicked off the semi-finals with two performances from each of the remaining five contestants. The semi-finals weren’t only about competition, but also dedications and...
  • Merritt Athletic swim coach prepares for official pool opening on Saturday

    Merritt Athletic swim coach prepares for official pool opening on Saturday
    Coaching and being heavily involved with the United States Paralympic team has given Andrew Barranco the opportunity to travel to a dozen countries all over the world. Beginning August 12, he'll be a team leader for the U.S. Paralympic Team, in...
  • Harford councilman withdraws fieldhouse zoning bill

    A bill that would have altered Harford County's zoning code to remove barriers to developing indoor athletic facilities in agricultural areas was withdrawn from consideration by its sponsor at Tuesday night's Harford County Council session. The...
  • Governor appoints Harry Dyer as circuit court judge

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, June 13, 1963: Gov. Tawes appointed Harry E. Dyer Jr. a Havre de Grace attorney, as Harford County's new second Circuit Court Judge. Dyer was twice elected States Attorney from 1955 to 1963 and was...
  • State settles condemnation case with Maryland Green Marble

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, May 9, 1963: One of the longest condemnation cases ever heard in the Harford County Circuit Court was settled. The Maryland Green Marble Corporation of Cardiff signed an option with the State Roads...
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, O'Malley make Carnegie Hall appearance

    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, O'Malley make Carnegie Hall appearance
    NEW YORK -- Carnegie Hall put out the purple Monday night to welcome the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for the opening of Spring For Music, a week-long festival showcasing American orchestras playing adventurous programs. Ravens-colored cloths adorned...
  • Joy Umansky, baker

    Joy Umansky, baker
    Joy Umansky, chief baker at the Dorothea's Breads business she co-owned for a decade, died May 11 at Gilchrist Hospice Care of complications from a fractured hip. She was 85 and lived in Pikesville. Born Margaret Joy Ward-Walker in Birmingham, England,...