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  • Hunters discover decomposing body in remote woods of Allegany

    About 10 a.m. Saturday, hunters in a remote wooded area of Allegany County in Western Maryland came across a gruesome and bizarre scene. A man's body, dressed in underwear, jeans and brown boots, was decomposing on the ground, with what appeared to be...
  • Running: Local athletes win in endurance event in Cambridge

    Local athletes captured three division wins in the ChesapeakeMan Endurance Festival in Cambridge Saturday. William Moore of Fallston prevailed in the Clydesdale Division of the Ironman-length ultra race - a 2.4-mile swim in the Choptank River, a 112-mile...
  • Campus police deserve respect

    Campus police deserve respect
    Our nation has laid to rest another hero. Officer Sean Collier, police officer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was tragically killed in the events that led to the capture of the Boston Marathon bombers ("Slain MIT police officer remembered,"...
  • Woman who killed fellow Frostburg student sentenced to 14 years in prison

    Woman who killed fellow Frostburg student sentenced to 14 years in prison
    A Frostburg State University student convicted of fatally stabbing another student in 2011 was sentenced Monday to 14 years in prison. Shanee Liggins, at the time a 23-year-old senior business major, stabbed Kortneigh McCoy, 19, at an off-campus party....
  • Running: Tyler Muse leads collegiate runners in pre-storm races

    Runners from Harford County climaxed their collegiate cross country seasons with strong performances just before Hurricane Sandy and her sister nor'easter shut down the East Coast. Tyler Muse of Bel Air won the Maryland Junior College and Region 20...
  • Shooting raises questions on gun safety, policy

    Shooting raises questions on gun safety, policy
    The shotgun that Robert Wayne Gladden Jr. allegedly used in last week's shooting at Perry Hall High School wasn't registered with the state. Under Maryland law, that wasn't required. Police also say the 15-year-old Gladden should never have been able...
  • Love of football and shaping young lives keep Winters Mill, Westminster coaches in play

    Love of football and shaping young lives keep Winters Mill, Westminster coaches in play
    Five miles separate the workplaces of Brad Wilson and Ken Johnson. In their long and distinguished coaching careers, they've walked a lot further than that distance on their respective sidelines. Wilson is beginning his ninth year as the head football...
  • Running: Heat and humidity hamper runners in Charm City Run 20 Miler

    There are three H's of distress in summertime running - heat, humidity and hills. Sunday's Charm City Run 20 Miler on the Northern Central Trail presented only two. Two out of three isn't bad, but it was enough to slow the field of 273 runners in its...
  • Head of the Class: Awards and accolades for local students

    At James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., several Carroll County residents recently served as first-year orientation guides — known on campus as "FROGs" — as part of the university's orientation team. Included among them were Ashley...
  • Father of Frostburg player: 'No one is to blame' for son's death

    It should have been such a happy occasion for Ken and Kristin Sheely of Germantown. They were moving their daughter, Keyton, into her dorm room Aug. 22 for her freshman year at Penn State. Then Ken's cell phone beeped. It was a call the Sheelys will...
  • BMA guards show their artistic sides with 'Guardists'

    BMA guards show their artistic sides with 'Guardists'
    Art museum guards don't, as a rule, call much attention to themselves. The unobtrusive men and women in uniform who ensure the safety of what's on the walls and floors are expected to issue do-not-touch reminders as needed. They'll also direct you to a...
  • Abingdon native wins Congress' top youth award

    Abingdon native wins Congress' top youth award
    A college student and Abingdon native has received Congress' highest award for youth, the Congressional Award Gold Medal. Jeremy Robiletta, 22, of Kyle Green Road, found out earlier this year he earned the medal, which is given to young people ages 14 to...