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  • Emily tracking toward Florida and SE coast

     
    Tropical Storm Emily continues to menace the Caribbean islands of Puerto Rico and Hispaniola today. And looking ahead, the forecast storm track shows the storm moving on toward Florida and the southeast coast of the U.S. by this weekend. For......
  • Emily falls apart over Hispaniola; could recover

     
    The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Emily, which struck the island of Hispaniola Thursday, has degenerated into a tropical low after colliding with the island's mountains. Forecasters said they have not pronounced Emily dead yet:"THERE IS...
  • Hurricane Irene poised for sweep up the East Coast

     
    The first hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic season was leaving Puerto Rico and moving toward the northern coast of the Dominican Republic and Haiti Monday morning. And if Hurricane Irene follows the forecast storm track, it can be expected to......
  • Sykesville entrepreneur Pete Truby takes a savory approach to chocolate

    Sykesville entrepreneur Pete Truby takes a savory approach to chocolate
    It is a wet day in Carroll County — not too welcoming. But in the kitchen of Pete Truby's Sykesville house, the scenario is considerably cozier. For starters, there are his dogs — a beagle named Molly and a vizsla known as Murphy — who...
  • Weddings & Engagements

    Weddings & Engagements
    Mark and Heather Bankert Neuman and Jo Ann Bankert Jr., of Columbia, announce the marriage of their son, Mark Morris Bankert, to Heather Elaine Seals, daughter of Eugene and Elaine Seals Jr., of Morganton, N.C., on May 7, 2011. The groom is a 2005...
  • Talent search goes out of States

    It's the poor stepchild of the baseball draft. For years it was barely regulated, which made it ripe for abuse. And even today it remains overlooked, underpublicized and all but ignored by most fans. Yet baseball's international signing period, which...
  • Sweet ambition: Pete Truby takes chocolate to a whole new taste

    Sweet ambition: Pete Truby takes chocolate to a whole new taste
    It is a wet day in Carroll County -- not too welcoming. But in the kitchen of Pete Truby's Sykesville house, the scenario is considerably cozier. For starters, there are his dogs -- a beagle named Molly and a vizsla known as Murphy, who enthusiastically...
  • Morning meetings no more for Catonsville Sunrise Rotary Club

    Hoping to halt a decline in membership, the Catonsville Sunrise Rotary Club will forgo weekly morning meetings for bimonthly evening meetings. Rather than meeting at 7:25 a.m. Wednesdays at Café on the Grove, on the campus of Spring Grove State...
  • Rainout allows Orioles to skip Tillman's next start

    Rainout allows Orioles to skip Tillman's next start
    The Orioles series opener against the New York Yankees on Friday night was postponed because of rain, allowing the club to skip Chris Tillman's next start. Tillman, who was originally scheduled to start Saturday night, has been dealing with right groin...
  • Despite recent struggles, Uehara says he feels fine

    Despite recent struggles, Uehara says he feels fine
    Orioles reliever Koji Uehara said he feels better than he did at any time last season. It just hasn't shown in his results recently. Uehara started the year with 4 2/3 scoreless innings in his first five games, allowing just one hit and two walks. In his...
  • Royal Caribbean employee charged with sexually abusing teenage girl aboard cruise

    A 25-year-old Royal Caribbean employee has been indicted on charges of sex abuse of a minor after authorities say he had sex with a teenage girl aboard a cruise ship out of Baltimore, records show. According to a complaint filed in U.S. District Court,...
  • Elkridge-area churches continue mission work in Domincan Republic

    Three o'clock in the morning is the middle of night for most folks. However, in that dark hour July 18, the day began with a great deal of excitement for a small group of local angels from CrossLife Community Church, Elkridge Simple Church and Our Lady of...