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Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

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  • Annapolis Resale store supports wounded troops with fundraiser

    Annapolis Resale store supports wounded troops with fundraiser
    Buy a piece of well-made furniture at a bargain price — and help a wounded warrior. That's the deal Hilly Hoyle and her mother, Brad Clagett, are offering at their shop, Annapolis Resale Furniture & Finds. "We were looking for a way to get...
  • Home of the Week: Out of the barracks and into a home on Fort Meade

    Home of the Week: Out of the barracks and into a home on Fort Meade
    The military lifestyle just got a little more relaxed for Sgt. Jeff Dillon, 24, of Parkersburg, W.Va. Before July 1, he'd been living in barracks for single Army enlistees at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda. A place he...
  • Gloucester weekly crime log

    In the 6800 block of Waltons Lane A report of shoplifting was received on Sept. 1 from Wal-Mart. Loss prevention observed a female conceal merchandise, including wearing a pair of boots out of the store. Items valued at $93.18 were recovered. Larisa...
  • Why should two white missionaries get the first Ebola treatments?

    Two American missionary medical workers stricken by Ebola in Liberia were the first to receive a scarce, experimental treatment drug. And now the question ricochets across the Internet: “Why them?” With more than 1,000 dead and hundreds...
  • Busy schedule doesn't keep Orioles from visit with vets

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Baltimore Orioles - INSIDE PITCH WASHINGTON -- It was already going to be a long day Monday for the Orioles, who played at home Sunday against the Seattle Mariners and then played down the road in Washington on...
  • Richard House on 'The Kills'

    Richard House on 'The Kills'
    It isn't often that literary fiction mixes successfully with the thriller genre. The delicate balance between the rich texture and characters of the former with the propulsive narrative momentum and puzzle-solving aspects of the latter is fiendishly...
  • Around Broadneck: Neighbors help hard-luck family

    Around Broadneck: Neighbors help hard-luck family
    The Cape St. Claire resident was deeply embarrassed. Shortly after a recent summer storm that brought trees down throughout the region, Brynne Miller watched as several Baltimore Gas and Electric workers dealt with an electric pole on a front corner...
  • 'Wounded warrior' breaks ground on Crownsville home

    Adam Keys took shovel in hand - his remaining hand - and dug into fresh soil. It was the triple amputee's first step toward an independent life. On Thursday, the 30-year-old Army sergeant broke ground at the site of his three-bedroom Crownsville home....
  • Obama gets a taste of KC barbecue alongside some fellow citizens

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. President Barack Obama feasted on working-class delicacies in Kansas City Tuesday night as he sought to bond with people unaccustomed to having the ear of the most powerful man in the world. His presidential motorcade steered to Arthur...
  • Medal of Honor recipient put himself between friend and grenade

    Medal of Honor recipient put himself between friend and grenade
    Nearly four years ago, Marine Cpl. William Kyle Carpenter jumped between a grenade and a fellow Marine while they were guarding a patrol base in Afghanistan's Helmand province. Carpenter, now 24, took the brunt of the blast, which shattered his jaw...
  • Kaistha presented with COA

    Marines from LCPL Robert W. Deane Detachment No. 770 of the Marine Corps League presented a Certificate of Appreciation to local business owner Sudha Kaistha of SK Printing in Sykesville. Marines Harry Wolfe and Commandant Joseph Clemente presented a COA...
  • Bay Transit to begin fixed courthouse bus route Monday

    The Courthouse Circulator, a new fixed Bay Transit bus route through the courthouse area of Gloucester, will begin Monday, according to Jean Duggan of Bay Aging. Duggan said the route is a pilot route that will focus mainly on the Main Street corridor...