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  • Remarkable weekend ahead for Ravens defender Arthur Jones and his athletic family

    Remarkable weekend ahead for Ravens defender Arthur Jones and his athletic family
    Arthur Jones III could easily take his answer in a somber direction. The Ravens defensive end has just been asked to imagine how his mother, blind from diabetes the last three years, will experience Sunday's game against the New England Patriots....
  • Letter: Support for Harford cancer fighting garden tour appreciated

      Editor: The 13th Annual AMC Private Garden Tour was a real show-stopper. The weather was perfect for a day of visiting 11 gardens decked out in their finery to please even the most avid of visitors seeking ideas and challenges for their own gardens....
  • Residents sue over Sparrows Point pollution

    Residents sue over Sparrows Point pollution
    Residents around Sparrows Point filed suit Thursday against the owners of the Baltimore County steel mill and a cement plant on the peninsula, contending that neighbors' health has been put at risk and their property contaminated by pollution from...
  • Howard County Briefs

    'Houses of Hope' The Columbia mall hosts the Cool Kids Campaign's exhibition, "Houses of Hope," continuing through Saturday, Aug. 18, at 10300 Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia. The exhibition consists of 12 handmade birdhouses painted by current and...
  • Baltimore Diner: Verde Pizza opens in Canton

    Baltimore Diner: Verde Pizza opens in Canton
    Verde Pizza Napoletana is open in Canton. The South Montford Avenue location was the home for years of Birches, and before that, the Wild Mushroom. The dining room and bar, which formerly had a woodsy New England appearance, have been thoroughly...
  • Taking a break from saving the bay to simply enjoy it

    Taking a break from saving the bay to simply enjoy it
    "If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy," wrote essayist E.B. White; "and if it were merely challenging that would be no problem. But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. "This...
  • Who will make sure genetically modified foods are safe to eat?

    I was startled by University of Maryland nutritionist Karen Kolowski's recent article about genetically modified foods ("Educate yourself on genetically modified food," Aug. 8). While it is true that such foods don't occur in nature and that their...
  • Dundalk port cleanup plan set

    Dundalk port cleanup plan set
    Decades after first discovering the problem, state officials have settled on a $27 million plan to keep a cancer-causing chemical in the ground at the Dundalk Marine Terminal from seeping into the Patapsco River and blowing into nearby residential areas....
  • Aberdeen Police mourn second officer to die this month

    Aberdeen Police mourn second officer to die this month
    The Aberdeen Police Department is mourning the loss of Detective Mark Franklin, who died Sept. 20 after battling cancer since the first of the year. Detective Franklin, 55, was a 13-year veteran of the city's police force, serving as the department's...
  • 'My name is Angel McCoughtry, gold medalist'

    'My name is Angel McCoughtry, gold medalist'
    After the United States overwhelmed France, 86-50, in the Olympic women's basketball final Saturday in London, new introductions were in order. "My name is not Angel McCoughtry. My name is Angel McCoughtry, gold medalist," the former St. Frances star...
  • The Sun remembers: Aug. 12-18

    The Sun remembers: Aug. 12-18
    Aug. 14, 1998: Orioles catcher Chris Hoiles hits two home runs with the bases loaded in a 15-3 romp over the Indians in Cleveland. "My biggest asset is when I have a stick in my hands," says Hoiles, only the ninth player [and first catcher] to slug two...
  • Ryan selection forces Democrats to put up or shut up

    With the selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney forces the Democrats to produce a budget of their own. It's too hot of a topic not to. They can't bury their collective heads in the sand any longer, they have to cough it up. We all know...