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James Stewart

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  • Looking back 50 years: Futures of Bainbridge, Civil Defense grabbed headlines

    From the pages of the Havre de Grace Record dated Thursday morning, Sept. 28, 1961: The big news, at least judging from the size of the blaring headline, was Civil Defense. "Civil Defense Mass Meeting Set," it said, accompanied by the smaller headline:...
  • Police blotter

    The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Kayla Danielle Gray, 18, of the 3400 block of Churchville Road, was charged Friday with possession of marijuana. Charles Augustus Foley, 49, of the 3800 block of W. Chapel...
  • Eagle Archive: Celebrating Carroll County at the 4-H and FFA Fair

    The Carroll County Agriculture Center has been a beehive of activity in preparation of the annual Carroll County 4-H and FFA Fair, which officially opened on July 27. Historically, the summer and end of harvest events have always played an important role...
  • Girls basketball: Player, Coach of the Year

    Girls basketball: Player, Coach of the Year
    Miriam McKenzie Oakland Mills Looking for the spectacular? McKenzie was a one-girl highlight reel. The senior guard seemed able to score any way she wanted. "She can stick the three, she can handle the ball and she's a great rebounder," Mount Hebron...
  • For her, love of challenges helps when times are tough

    For her, love of challenges helps when times are tough
    As Kacy Williams, she set a still-standing basketball assist record at Hammond and was named The Sun's Female Athlete of the Year in 1994 before going on to star at Georgetown. Now, as Kacy Valentine, she teaches seventh-graders at Cradlerock School in...
  • Game 11: Ravens caught quarter short

    The Ravens' biggest problem from Day One is just as glaring in Week 12. A team with no major offensive players took a painful lesson from one that is loaded, as the Jacksonville Jaguars scored 23 fourth-quarter points yesterday to defeat the upset-minded...
  • Game 1: Shades of '96 color loss

    The players and feisty coach Ted Marchibroda didn't want to hear it, but the 1997 version of the Ravens looked a lot like the 1996 team yesterday in a 28-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Ravens thought they got ripped off by an official's call...
  • Game 10: Ravens' deja view one of despair

    Maybe of all the losses, this one hurt the most because it's the kind that can rip the heart out of a team. For the second straight week, the Ravens blew a halftime lead and lost, this time 30-27 to the Jacksonville Jaguars before 64,628 at Jacksonville...
  • Game 12: Ravens again unsafe at any lead

    Losing has become so contagious that the Ravens are starting to use words such as hex, curse and jinx. Maybe there are voodoo dolls hung back in Cleveland. But while the Ravens are taking a trip through the Twilight Zone, they also are rapidly approaching...
  • On talking things out

    WASHINGTON -- A Democratic president takes a bunch of Republican senators to dinner and invites the losing GOP vice-presidential nominee to lunch. Meanwhile, a freshman Republican filibusters the Senate for 13 hours against theoretical U.S. use of...
  • Fay Kanin dies at 95; screenwriter was former Academy president

    Fay Kanin dies at 95; screenwriter was former Academy president
    Fay Kanin, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter for the 1958 Clark Gable-Doris Day comedy "Teacher's Pet" and former president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, died Wednesday. She was 95. In a writing career that spanned more than four...
  • Ty Burr, author of 'Gods Like Us,' discusses the evolution of stardom

    Ty Burr, author of 'Gods Like Us,' discusses the evolution of stardom
    Hollywood makes movies, of course, but just as important — or maybe more so — it makes stars. But as Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr argues in “Gods Like Us: On Movie Stardom and Modern Fame,” the manufacture and maintenance of...