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  • Don't save the planet

    Don't save the planet
    To the age-old question of how many conservatives does it take to screw in a light bulb, we now have a definitive answer: Just one, but it will take him weeks to chase down a vintage incandescent bulb because he won't touch an energy-efficient one. At...
  • Firefighter laid to rest in service steeped in tradition

    Firefighter laid to rest in service steeped in tradition
    On a perfect spring day in Baltimore County, surrounded by hundreds of his brother and sister firefighters and mourned in prayers thousands of years old, a hero was laid to rest Sunday. Gene M. Kirchner, the 25-year-old Reisterstown volunteer...
  • 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...
  • NPR was, well, different early Monday morning in Baltimore

    NPR was, well, different early Monday morning in Baltimore
    Technical difficulties, as they euphemistically say in broadcasting, left some NPR affiliates like Baltimore's WYPR scrambling Monday morning. WYPR confirmed that it had problems with the National Public Radio feed Monday. WTMD General Manager Steve...
  • Boston coverage by CNN, King and Fox lead us into more confusion

    Boston coverage by CNN, King and Fox lead us into more confusion
    Just when it was starting to look like cable news might have actually learned something from its rush-to-judgment sins in covering the Newtown massacre, John King, CNN and Fox News showed Wednesday how shaky and journalistically confused even the genre'...
  • Leach acknowledges in radio interview that he's still talking to Ravens

    Leach acknowledges in radio interview that he's still talking to Ravens
    Just a day after being released by the Ravens earlier this month, Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach was on a plane to Miami for a visit with the Dolphins. At the time, it didn’t appear that one of the league’s best lead blockers would be a...
  • Shame on the Senate; send 'em all home

    Shame on the Senate; send 'em all home
    Let me begin this column with an apology. Once a week, I pick an important issue and offer my reasoned analysis, based on the facts, of what it all means and how we should react. But there are times when the intellect fails and the heart and gut take...
  • Jen Royle lands weekend show on WEEI in Boston

    Jen Royle lands weekend show on WEEI in Boston
    Jen Royle, a former 105.7 The Fan and MASN reporter, has landed a weekend show on WEEI radio in her hometown of Boston. "My show is on WEEI (93.7 FM), flagship for the Red Sox and Celtics, Saturdays from 1-3pm," Royle wrote in an email to The Sun on...
  • 'Right wing' doesn't equal 'terrorist'

    'Right wing' doesn't equal 'terrorist'
    "If history were to repeat itself," warned President Franklin D. Roosevelt in his 1944 State of the Union address, "and we were to return to the so-called normalcy of the 1920s, then it is certain that even though we shall have conquered our enemies on...
  • Baltimore radio personality Ed Norris in serious condition after motorcycle crash in Harford

    Baltimore radio personality Ed Norris in serious condition after motorcycle crash in Harford
    Baltimore radio personality and former high ranking state and Baltimore City police official Ed Norris was injured in a traffic accident in northern Harford County Wednesday afternoon. He was in serious condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center Thursday,...
  • Maryland enrollment soars in federal phone program

    Maryland enrollment soars in federal phone program
    Enrollment in a controversial program that provides free cell phone service to low-income families has increased faster in Maryland than any other state in the nation, jumping nearly 90-fold since 2008 — renewing scrutiny on Capitol Hill over its...
  • 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...