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  • 50+EXPO set for Friday at Wilde Lake High School

    50+EXPO set for Friday at Wilde Lake High School
    Presented by the Department of Citizen Services' Office on Aging, the 14th annual 50+EXPO will be held on Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Wilde Lake High School, 5460 Trumpeter Road in Columbia. Admission is free. The event will have something for...
  • Maryland confirms first flu cases

    Maryland confirms first flu cases
    Maryland has confirmed its first cases of seasonal influenza, state health officials announced Friday, several months earlier than last season. Four children in the Baltimore region have laboratory-confirmed cases. One was hospitalized, but all are doing...
  • Howard Gary Bass, Baltimore District judge

    Howard Gary Bass, Baltimore District judge
    Howard Gary Bass, whose career as a Baltimore District Court judge spanned nearly three decades and who was known as something of a judicial free spirit for his application of humor to the law, died Tuesday afternoon at Good Samaritan Hospital after being...
  • Rev. Edward F. McNally, Franciscan Center director

    Rev. Edward F. McNally, Franciscan Center director
    The Rev. Edward F. McNally, a Roman Catholic priest who later became executive director of the Franciscan Center, died Saturday of lymphoma at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Mount Washington resident was 46. "Ed had volunteered here...
  • Aboard Twill Do, James Stierhoff seeks third Maryland Hunt Cup win

    Aboard Twill Do, James Stierhoff seeks third Maryland Hunt Cup win
    To co-workers, he's known as The Racing Guy. His neckties have little horses on them, and James Stierhoff has a different one for each day of the week. The walls of his office cubicle at the investment firm Brown Advisory are peppered with news...
  • Flu continues to hit Marylanders

    Flu continues to hit Marylanders
    The flu continues to infect people in Maryland as state health officials described the intensity of the virus as high and widespread for the week ending January 19. But a report by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene said the flu activity appears...
  • Ulman's veto on growth tiers stands as council takes no action

    Ulman's veto on growth tiers stands as council takes no action
    The Howard County Council decided Monday night not to override County Executive Ken Ulman's first-ever veto, which came on controversial land preservation legislation required by state law. The council instead took no action on the veto, leaving it...
  • New Laurel KinderMender designed intentionally for fun

    New Laurel KinderMender designed intentionally for fun
    From its name to a play area filled with children's books, games and other toys, Route 1's KinderMender, looks more like a day-care center instead of a pediatric medical facility. KinderMender's play area has a white picket fence, flat-screen television...
  • Health care reform is cutting costs, improving care

    Health care reform is cutting costs, improving care
    This week marks the third anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. For Marylanders, that means a health care system that is stronger than it was three years ago, and a future that looks even brighter. Marylanders who have health insurance now have more...
  • 'Glee' recap: 'Guilty Pleasures'

    'Glee' recap: 'Guilty Pleasures'
    After last week's heavy (relatively speaking) "Feud" episode, we get a dose of "Glee" fluff in this week's "Guilty Pleasures" show. It all starts when Blaine spies Sam pilfering bags of pasta from the school cafeteria. He assumes it's to feed his family,...
  • Hopkins provides extra leave days to Keswick employees

    Hopkins provides extra leave days to Keswick employees
    Employees who were barred from their offices on the Johns Hopkins at Keswick campus because of water contamination have been granted additional paid leave days, human resources officials said Friday. Employees in the campus' south building, which was...
  • Rihanna's Tuesday concert at 1st Mariner Arena postponed

    Rihanna's Tuesday concert at 1st Mariner Arena postponed
    Rihanna postponed her 1st Mariner Arena concert scheduled for Tuesday night due to the flu and laryngitis, Live Nation announced today. Baltimore fans are instructed to keep their tickets, as a rescheduled date will be announced at a later date....