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  • Fred M. 'Cap' Gloth Jr., lawyer

    Fred M. 'Cap' Gloth Jr., lawyer
    Fred M. Gloth Jr., a retired lawyer who enjoyed sailing the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, died June 15 of a cardiac arrest at his Finksburg home. He was 86. The son of a businessman and a homemaker, Fred Michael Gloth Jr. was born in Baltimore...
  • Can Orioles overcome 'Curse of the Titanic' in 2012?

    Can Orioles overcome 'Curse of the Titanic' in 2012?
    When I was watching television while completing an online fantasy baseball draft last night, I had a revelation -- the Orioles are going to finish with a winning record in 2012. Huh? I know they're picked to finish at the bottom of the American League...
  • Debby could head up coast, models show

    Debby could head up coast, models show
    Tropical Storm Debby could be off the coast of North Carolina by Sunday morning, according to the National Hurricane Center's latest forecasts. The center's five-day outlook places the storm about halfway between the Outer Banks and Bermuda by 8 a.m....
  • Oenophiles can get very lyrical about the land of Lirac

    On the right bank of the Rhône River, in the southern portion of the Rhône Valley, lies Lirac, a grape-growing region that is hot, arid and subject to the full force of the cold Mistral wind. This wind originates miles over the Atlantic Ocean and...
  • Libertytown church commemorates Titanic victims

    Libertytown church commemorates Titanic victims
    — They stood in the sunshine, silent and praying for the souls of the 1,500 who lost their lives. The dozens gathered at St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church bowed their heads and tried to imagine those last desperate moments in the North...
  • 764 million reasons to smile

    764 million reasons to smile
    Steamed crabs, cream of crab soup, crab cakes, crab imperial, soft shell crab, deviled crab, corn and crab chowder, crab bisque, crab dip, crab salad, crab fritters, crab ravioli, crab pie, crab quiche — but that's probably enough for the first day....
  • Charles Erwin Brookes, CEO of Davison Chemical

    Charles Erwin Brookes, CEO of Davison Chemical
    Charles Erwin Brookes, the retired chief of W.R. Grace's Davison Chemical division, died of a heart attack Nov. 1 at the Bay Medical Center in Panama City, Fla. The longtime Gibson Island resident was 86. Known as Charlie, he was born in Orange, N.J. His...
  • Ocean City will hold powerboat races Sunday

    Ocean City will hold powerboat races Sunday
    Powerboat racing has been compared with NASCAR or Indy car racing. It's not only wetter, but it can be wilder, according to Ed Smith, president of the New Jersey-based Offshore Powerboat Association. "You're dealing with Mother Nature," Smith said....
  • Building boom highlights growing ambitions at Salisbury

    Building boom highlights growing ambitions at Salisbury
    If it has been a while since you've driven through the heart of this Eastern Shore city, the buildings might come as a shock. One after another, they tower shiny and modern above the chain restaurants and strip-mall shops that dominate Route 13. The...
  • Day trips: The beach, the blossom and the arts

    Day trips: The beach, the blossom and the arts
    Atlantic City, N.J. Revel Guests can make reservations for overnight stays at the new Revel beachfront destination on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. The 20-acre, $2.4 billion casino resort is open for an eight-week preview through May 24. Guests can enjoy...
  • Feds to announce offshore wind move

    Feds to announce offshore wind move
    Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is blowing into B'more Thursday to announce the Obama administration's latest move to boost development of industrial-scale wind energy projects off the mid-Atlantic coast.  He'll be joined at the World Trade Center in the...
  • NOAA expects more storms this hurricane season

    As the fifth named storm of the season fell apart in the Caribbean Thursday, federal hurricane forecasters rolled out an update their predictions for the rest of what they still say will be an "active" season. The August outlook calls for a slight...