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  • Business: British Airways VP to offer keynote

    OneMain Financial branch event supports local food bank OneMain Financial's replica race car will be on display Thursday, Sept. 22 from noon to 6 p.m. at 14196 Baltimore Ave. In addition to the display of OneMain Racing's No. 2 Chevrolet Impala show car,...
  • Tibbs' cattle bring home six blue ribbons and five awards from State Fair

    Tibbs' cattle bring home six blue ribbons and five awards from State Fair
    It was the Tibbs family's first time showing six animals at the recent Maryland State Fair in Timonium and each won a blue ribbon. But award-winning animals are nothing new for the family. Bob and Judy Tibbs, who own Shadow Springs Farm near Havre de...
  • Ellicott City: Centennial High School Boosters seeks Gala fundraiser volunteers

    Cindy Ouellette, Centennial High school parent and Boosters Club Gala Dinner chairwoman, informed me that she is seeking interested parents and community members to help plan and implement this year's adults-only fundraiser scheduled for March 2012....
  • Energy Answers incinerator project would put the health of thousands of Baltimore residents at risk

    Columnist Jay Hancock's effort to take another journalistic swipe at BGE and Constellation Energy leaves the impression that the Energy Answers incinerator planned for Baltimore City is a benign, renewable energy project worth Marylanders' support ("...
  • Man's body pulled from the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River

    Baltimore City fire crews pulled a man's body from the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River in south Baltimore Friday evening, a spokesman confirmed. A fire department rescue boat was dispatched around 6 p.m. after several 911 calls reported a body...
  • Cigarette leads police to suspect in killing of 91-year-old

    A cigarette butt discarded outside the front door of a murder victim's Northeast Baltimore home led detectives to a suspect, who has now been charged with stabbing a 91-year-old woman during a burglary. "The way we closed this case was right out of a...
  • Ride for Kids aims to raise research funds for brain cancer

    A story in a motorcycle trade paper started Bob Henig on his 20-year crusade to help children overcome a deadly disease that attacks 11 of them in the U.S. daily. The children's stories of coping, surviving and sometimes succumbing have kept him riding to...
  • More homeless veterans getting dental care in Maryland

    More homeless veterans getting dental care in Maryland
    Kenneth Mumford smiled into the mirror and saw a full set of pearly white teeth for the first time in years. He was sitting in a chair at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, where he was being fitted for free dentures last month. The 59-year-...
  • Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company celebrates 60 years of service

    A couple hundred calls in 1953 to 5,000 in 2010. A budget of a few thousand dollars to one of more than $1 million. This from a volunteer fire company that, when it started in 1951, didn't respond to any calls because it didn't have any equipment....
  • Medically Supervised Weight Loss

    Medically Supervised Weight Loss
    ADVERTORIAL CONTENT Medically Supervised Weight Loss with Paul Rivas, MD ¬† 2009 Recipient of: - America’s Top Physicians- compiled by Consumer Research Council of America¬† - The “Patients’ Choice” tabulated by MDX...
  • Acupuncture at Howard Community College draws crowds

    It began at Howard Community College four years ago as a smoking cessation program, but apparently few students were willing to kick the habit via auricular acupuncture — a form of alternative medicine that involves insertion of fine needles into...
  • Judge OKs death penalty trial in prison guard slaying

    The trial of a prisoner charged with killing a state correctional officer will remain a death-penalty case, an Anne Arundel County judge ruled Wednesday, after hearing that the victim's DNA was found on the prisoner's clothing and that witnesses linked...