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  • Men's store is new addition to Charity's Closet [North Laurel/Savage]

    Charity's Closet is expanding! The clothing re-saler has been so successful that it is now going to have Phil N. Thropy, a men's store, as well as Charity's Closet, which will become just for women. Clothing is just $5 an item. The store also needs...
  • Several Harford residents experience Boston Marathon's tragic end first-hand

    Several Harford residents experience Boston Marathon's tragic end first-hand
    Kevin Hennessey of Bel Air started running four years ago, just so he could qualify for the Boston Marathon. Monday's race was his first. "It's the only race you have to qualify for. It's very prestigious," he said Tuesday. "It's probably as close to...
  • Md. congressional leadership demands answers from VA

    Md. congressional leadership demands answers from VA
    Calling the failures at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in Baltimore "inexcusable," Maryland's congressional leadership on Monday demanded the beleaguered agency develop an immediate plan to fix the local problems in processing disability claims....
  • McDonogh girls lacrosse defeats Mt. Hebron to capture Fight for 5 tournament

    McDonogh girls lacrosse defeats Mt. Hebron to capture Fight for 5 tournament
    Five games in five days is a demanding schedule, but McDonogh was up for the challenge, extending its winning streak to 80 games along the way. The Eagles capped the most rigorous portion of their spring schedule by defeating Mt. Hebron, 11-5, to win...
  • Mt. Hebron boys lacrosse downs Centennial in Fight for 5 tournament championship

    Mt. Hebron boys lacrosse downs Centennial in Fight for 5 tournament championship
    Former Mt. Hebron boys lacrosse player Evan Nicholson enjoyed nothing more than beating rival Centennial. Nicholson helped the Vikings win a state title in 2006 before heading off to Roanoke College. That year he was diagnosed with Leukemia and passed...
  • Former Orioles catcher Earl Williams dies at 64

    Former Orioles catcher Earl Williams dies at 64
    Earl Williams, a catcher who played for the Orioles in 1973 and 1974, died earlier this week at his home in Somerset, N.J., according to multiple reports. Williams, who was the 1971 National League Rookie of the Year while with the Atlanta Braves, was...
  • Former Colt Joe Ehrmann to speak at child sex abuse summit

    Former Colt Joe Ehrmann to speak at child sex abuse summit
    He was a bearded, Bunyanesque defensive tackle whose rugged play helped the Baltimore Colts to three straight division championships in the 1970s. But Tuesday, when Joe Ehrmann addresses a national gathering convened to deal with the problem of child...
  • Ten years later, Annie's Playground keeps Harford girl's memory alive

    Ten years later, Annie's Playground keeps Harford girl's memory alive
    Despite a stiff, cold wind Wednesday, Annie's Playground in Fallston was filled with parents and children enjoying a sunny afternoon on the first day of spring. The young visitors enjoyed a picnic lunch, soared on some of the many swings and made...
  • Mary E. Weaver, nursery school educator

    Mary E. Weaver, nursery school educator
    Mary E. Weaver, a former nursery school educator who later managed a Baltimore senior living apartment building, died Feb. 22 of complications from leukemia at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Jacksonville-area resident was 82. The daughter of...
  • Heavy crowd for St. Baldrick's fundraiser

    Heavy crowd for St. Baldrick's fundraiser
    Even with the lights off, Looney's Pub in Bel Air remained a packed house Saturday, filled with local residents eager to show support for the fight against childhood cancer. More than 50 people volunteered to have their heads shaved on the Looney's stage...
  • Md. needs a database on pesticides

    Md. needs a database on pesticides
    What pesticides are Maryland families exposed to on a regular basis? Good luck finding out. There's simply no way for the average person to discover what chemicals are being applied to farm fields or even backyards. Worse, it's nearly impossible for...
  • Frederick A. 'Fritz' Glos, machinist

    Frederick A. "Fritz" Glos, a retired machinist and World War II veteran who volunteered onboard the Liberty ship John W. Brown, died Friday of complications from leukemia at a stepdaughter's Perry Hall home. He was 89. Frederick Adam "Fritz" Glos was...