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  • David Nitkin on state politics issues

    Issues Eric T., Bel Air: Mr. Nitkin, in your Feb. 13, 2006, Q&A you briefly summarize The Sun's aggressive reporting on an aborted state land sale to a politically connected contractor (at the same price as the state initially paid). A few weeks ago,...
  • Mom fulfills son's wish by helping other kids

    Mom fulfills son's wish by helping other kids
    For a short time yesterday, Johns Hopkins Children's Center patient Bradley Shipley got to be just another toddler in a toy store, albeit one set up in a hospital conference room for young patients like him. "I got a puppy," Bradley, 3, said through...
  • Price per gallon drives new behaviors

    Braedyn Woodring intended to quit her second job when her graduate classes picked up, she really did. But a sign from above changed her mind. It said: Regular unleaded, $2.60. And that was last month, when her paycheck for a part-time job covered half...
  • Dorm room essentials

    You are finally going off to college, and whether you are counting the days or reaching for the tissues, there are certain things to remember to ensure a successful year. Planning and preparation will be key. Follow the below suggestions for a smooth...
  • U.S. reservists accused of prisoner abuse

    WASHINGTON -- Six Army reservists shown in graphic photos mistreating and humiliating Iraqi prisoners at a sprawling prison west of Baghdad are assigned to the 372nd Military Police Company based in Cumberland, family members and officials said last...
  • Cumberland stands by 372nd

    Just days ago, the Army's 372nd Military Police Company, based near Cumberland, was the source of unabashed pride in the city, the reason yellow ribbons are tacked to tree trunks and fences, and why the Wal-Mart posts pictures of the unit's young soldiers...
  • Families of the 372nd tormented by stories of POW abuses in Iraq

    CUMBERLAND - For months, members of the 372nd Military Police Company harbored a terrible secret. The Army Reserve unit based near here - whose service in Iraq made many of its members hometown heroes - had boasted six months ago of its credentials for a...
  • W.Va. reservist caught up in a storm of controversy

    FORT ASHBY, W.Va. - Lynndie England loved a good storm. Growing up in West Virginia, in a quiet crossroads of a town called Fort Ashby, she would seek them out. During tornado warnings, her mother recalls, she would have to drag her daughter back...
  • Try a semi-small festival experience

    When Maryland music promoter Tim Walther threw the first All Good Music Festival in 1997, it was a lot smaller and a bit less organized than it is now. He started Walther Productions in 1995, mostly running street promotions and small festivals for...
  • On the Boardwalk, a bit of everything

    Though its official name is Atlantic Avenue, it's simply known to the millions who visit Ocean City each year as the Boardwalk. It's the place where you can drench your salty Thrasher's french fries in vinegar. The place where you can drop $10 in...
  • Discount retailers add Santa Claus

    Department stores and shopping malls long have enjoyed a holiday advantage: Santa Claus. The same parents who bought toys at Wal-Mart would take the kids to Macy's to sit on Santa's lap and have their picture taken. This year, though, they won't have to...
  • Hundreds apply for NAACP top post

    A search firm hired by the NAACP has interviewed more than 200 applicants vying for the top job at the nation's oldest civil rights organization, while NAACP Chairman Julian Bond and others have come up with their wish list of additional candidates. For...