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  • Former aide researches Schaefer ancestry

    Former aide researches Schaefer ancestry
    When Joseph M. Coale III, who worked for William Donald Schaefer when he was mayor in the 1970s, first proposed exploring his ancestry two years ago, Coale was greeted with the famous blue-eyed Schaefer stare and a sense of profound indifference. "He...
  • A 'virtual power plant' in your home: conservation

    A 'virtual power plant' in your home: conservation
    I leave the water running while I do the dishes, drive a half-ton truck that gets 10 miles to the gallon and, in the energy hog display that my husband finds most annoying, I move from room to room without turning off lights behind me. OK, so I also don'...
  • Gates is right call out European allies on NATO

    Defense Secretary Robert Gates was right to call out our European allies for their lack of commitment to NATO and their over dependence on the defense forces of the USA ("Gates hits NATO allies hard," June 11). Anyone who has traveled to Western Europe...
  • New dog park fee gets mixed reviews

    New dog park fee gets mixed reviews
    When Marion Nadeau moved from Utah to All Saints Road in Laurel last year, one of the first things she did was look for a place to exercise her twodogs. She saw the Dr. Bruce Morley Dog Playground, on Van Dusen Road near Cherry Lane, listed online and...
  • Money managers confront turmoil in eurozone

    With all the upheaval in the eurozone and the promise of more to come, what's an investor to do? Kick anything vaguely European out of the 401(k)? Baltimore money managers T. Rowe Price and Legg Mason say they both have relatively low levels of...
  • Dr. Otto C. Beyer, urologist

    Dr. Otto C. Beyer, urologist
    Dr. Otto Christian Beyer, a retired urologist and surgeon who practiced for three decades, died of a respiratory ailment Thursday at his Ellicott City home. He was 84. In a memoir, he wrote that his father, also named Otto Beyer, was born in a farming...
  • Spirit, Condor airlines announce new service from BWI

    For the second time in 24 hours, an airline has announced its arrival at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines announced Tuesday that it will start twice-daily nonstop service Sept. 6 from BWI to...
  • Power outages: Long-term fixes need study

    Power outages lasting a week or longer are on everyone's minds, and the finger-pointing goes on, mostly in BGE's direction for not being prepared for the derecho storm last week. The professional weather forecasters could not predict it, so I'm unclear...
  • The power of light

    The power of light
    It doesn’t look like much -- Janet Althen places what looks like a small flashlight with an inverted colored bulb on certain points of the body, holding it there for about 30 seconds -- but for Althen’s patients, as well as a growing number of...
  • HCC study-abroad program will tour Normandy

    Howard Community College professor Fred Campbell is about to take his third group of students to the site of the Allied invasion of Europe during World War II, with the hope that, like students before them, the group with return with a perspective of...
  • Harford Christian presents 'David Copperfield'

    A new production of Charles Dickens' masterpiece of tragicomedy, "David Copperfield," will be presented at Harford Christian School on Friday, May 18, 7:30 p.m. An encore Dessert Theater presentation of the drama is set for the next day, Saturday, May 19,...
  • Obama needlessly at war with churches

    The ultimatum by the Obama Administration's Department of Health and Human Services to Christian church groups (and by implication Christian medical personal) to abandon their faith exposes further its increasingly totalitarian pagan character ("Fight...