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  • Towson Odd Fellows Lodge marks 160th anniversary

    Towson Odd Fellows Lodge marks 160th anniversary
    Gene Leasure says stepping into the lodge room of the Towson Odd Fellows Lodge No. 79 on York Road is like stepping into a time machine. Once inside, you're in the mid-1800s — from the architecture of the room to its appointments, from the...
  • Children's novel promotes healthy lifestyle

    The children's novel "The Adventures of M.T. Pitt" is helping Howard County promote healthy lifestyles for youths. The book shines a light on an imaginative young boy whose expanding girth makes him a target for the school bully. The Howard County Health...
  • Family takes case of Md. man imprisoned in Cuba to public

    Family takes case of Md. man imprisoned in Cuba to public
    – Judy Gross stood outside Cuba's diplomatic mission to the United States, microphone in hand, and described her family's Thanksgiving. "There was once again an empty seat for Alan," she told sign-wielding supporters Monday in front of the Cuban...
  • St. Michael's O.W.L.S. Club to enjoy 'White Christmas' in Mount Airy

    St. Michael's Catholic Church's O.W.L.S. Club will be sponsoring a brunch and matinee at Toby's Dinner Theater Dec. 11 for the performance of "White Christmas." The ticket includes bus transportation leaving from the Mount Airy Park & Ride on Route 27 at...
  • Dr. Harry L. Knipp

    Dr. Harry L. Knipp
    Dr. Harry L. Knipp, whose family had been associated with family medicine in West Baltimore and Catonsville for 110 years and who treated generations of families, died Friday of an intestinal disease at his home in Hedgesville, W.Va. The longtime Ten...
  • Baltimore, Pimlico not worthy of the Triple Crown

    My first visit to Pimlico Race Course for the 137th Preakness Stakes amazed me, but not in a good way. I don't understand how such a rundown horse racing establishment can actually be the second jewel of the prestigious Triple Crown. First of all, the...
  • Baltimore and Preakness go together

    In response to the Preakness Stakes visitor who held that Baltimore and Pimlico Race Course were substandard ("Baltimore, Pimlico not worthy of the Triple Crown," May 23): Grow up! Baltimore, Pimlico, and the Preakness were all here well before you and...
  • Havre de Grace Physician Now Practicing Medical Acupuncture

    Havre de Grace Physician Now Practicing Medical Acupuncture
    Dr. Carol Cooper has taken an alternative path to healing the sick and the weary. A graduate of University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dr. Copper has been practicing family medicine for over 20 years. But sensing a frustration in her patients and a...
  • Paid to sip? Wine scandal swirls around Baltimore critic

    Paid to sip? Wine scandal swirls around Baltimore critic
    The accusations are swirling through the wine world faster than cabernet in a crystal goblet. A London wine blogger alleges that a Spanish contact for the esteemed Maryland-based publication The Wine Advocate asked wineries for money in exchange for a...
  • Letter: Deer problem around Towson is threat to property, and safety

    I would like to reiterate comments I made some years ago, since the problem has only become worse. When are we going to get serious about the deer problem in Towson? The deer have reproduced out of all proportion, precisely because we feed them so well....
  • Local hand experts treat the injured, deformed in Nepal

    Local hand experts treat the injured, deformed in Nepal
    It wasn't long after Dr. James Higgins became chief of the Curtis National Hand Center at Union Memorial Hospital last January that he answered a call from Operation Smile, the Norfolk-based humanitarian group that provides free surgery for needy children...
  • Man held on charges of breaking into pharmacy near Harford police station

    A 22-year-old Jarrettsville man is being held without bail at the Harford County Detention Center after being charged with breaking into Jarrettsville Pharmacy and attempting to steal narcotics. The pharmacy where the break-in occurred is just a few...