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SunSpot StaffIt's a story that's been told, retold, analyzed and done to death: the late 90's tech boom. Books and articles wistfully look back at when Napster Inc. ruled, stock options made millionaires out of 23-year-olds and tech stocks doubled the size of...
Tags: Earnings, Business, Sales, Death, Newspaper and Magazine
Sun StaffIf the Rouse Co. moves to build a Home Depot or Wal-Mart on land near Merriweather Post Pavilion, at least one Howard County councilman said he will try to block the big-box development. Howard County Councilman Ken Ulman said he is optimistic the county...
Sun StaffBRECKNOCK TOWNSHIP, Pa. - The unsolved mystery of yesterday afternoon involved nothing more sinister than a mangled mailbox, and it didn't take long for local authorities to finger the chief suspect: a county snowplow. That's the kind of trouble people...
Tags: Lawyers, Death, Prosecution, Bodies of Water, Wales
Sun StaffDuring his campaign for governor, Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. locked himself into a plan that called for slot machines at only four racetrack sites in Maryland. The reason other sites were off the table, he had said, was that opinion polls suggested that a...
Sun StaffRICHMOND, Va. - The war is over. Or so people have told him, yelling out car windows - Don't you read the paper? - as they drive past his sign. Of course, if the war were over, Larry Syverson wouldn't be out there in the first place. He could spend his...
Tags: Vehicles, Iraq, Defense, World War II (1939-1945), Demonstration
Sun StaffCUMBERLAND - 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...
Tags: Bowie, U.S. Army, Iraq, Defense, World War II (1939-1945)
Sun StaffJust 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...
Special to The SunDuring the 1950s, most visitors to the town of North East in Cecil County would stop at Herb's Tackle Shop to buy bait before driving to a favorite spot on the Elk or North East rivers to catch rockfish. While Herb's is still a hallmark of this town of...
Sun StaffChristmas is over but somebody forgot to tell the shoppers. To the delight of merchants -- less than joyous over so-so pre-Christmas sales -- a horde of buyers showed up Friday to help boost the seasonal take. Crowded parking lots and lines at store...
Sun Pop Music CriticShe talks a lot - her words at times bumping into one another. In mid-sentence, she may pause for a second to collect her thoughts, then she's off again. Nellie McKay, 19, has a lot on her mind, and that's apparent throughout the singer-songwriter's...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- 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...
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