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  • Tropical Storm Isaac likely to form by Wednesday

    Tropical Storm Isaac likely to form by Wednesday
    There is an 80 percent chance Tropical Storm Isaac will have formed near the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea by Wednesday morning, according to the National Hurricane Center. It's still too early to predict the storm's track, but weather-...
  • Letter: Bikes have right to access, but also equal responsibility

    In his letter to the Towson Times last week, Tom Rose took umbrage in this space over some concerns I voiced the week before about having bike lanes installed on heavily traveled roadways in Towson ("Bike beltway will be safe if cyclists and motorists...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, April 29 Classical music The Sundays at Three Chamber Music Series presents Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Associate Concertmaster Madeline Adkins and other orchestra members in a performance of the Schubert Octet and Mozart's String Quartet in C,...
  • Isaac still tracking west of Fla., but forecast not unanimous

    Isaac still tracking west of Fla., but forecast not unanimous
    The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center calls for Tropical Storm Isaac to pass by Florida's west coast toward Alabama and Louisiana, but there is disagreement from at least one meteorologist on that. The hurricane center's 2 p.m. update on...
  • Crossing the border -- in reverse

    Crossing the border -- in reverse
    Just as the U.S. Supreme Courtbegins to hear arguments about Arizona's hard line immigration law, a study pops up that says illegal immigration from Mexico is a diminishing problem. According to a report released by the Pew Hispanic Center, the massive...
  • Raise your glass: The Mojito, Little Havana

    Raise your glass: The Mojito, Little Havana
    If Mexico had a St. Patrick's Day, it would be Cinco de Mayo. There's just a slight tweak to the festivities. One can always count on tequila, sombreros and Margaritas — the overly salty, overly soured kind. I have a hard time believing Cinco de...
  • Havre de Grace: It's time to sack and pillage HdG

    Uh, oh, dear readers, the British are coming! The War of 1812 re-enactment (on May 3, 1813 the British burned and sacked Havre de Grace) will be May 5 (Saturday) on the grounds of the Susquehanna Museum at the Lock House, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will...
  • Q&A: Passports and cruising

    Do I need a passport for my cruise? For cruise passengers, the answer is not as crystal clear as the waters of the Caribbean. Starting June 1, Americans will need to show a passport, a passport card or other document to return to the U.S. by land or sea...
  • TS Karl strikes Yucatan; Igor, Julia at Cat. 4

     
    Tropical Storm Karl was making its way ashore in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula Wednesday morning, spinning with top winds at 65 mph and bringing torrential rains to the region. Far to the east, Cat. 4 Hurricanes Igor and Julia continued to roil......
  • Three hurricanes churn the Atlantic basin

     
    Hurricane watchers were tracking three hurricanes in the Atlantic basin Friday morning.Tropical Storm Karl rebounded to full hurricane force in the Bay of Campeche Thursday after crossing Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. By Friday morning it was spinning at...
  • Hurricane Ida steams into Gulf; watches up for La.

     
    Just when you thought we'd slipped by without a late-season hurricane this fall, Hurricane Ida puffs up and appears to be headed for the northern Gulf Coast.The National Hurricane Center has posted Hurricane Watches from Grand Isle, La. to the Alabama,...
  • Little chance Agatha will become Gulf storm

     
    The remnants of the NE Pacific's first tropical storm of the season, Agatha, are given little chance of quick redevelopment over the western Caribbean Sea. Conditions over the Gulf of Mexico are said to be even less conducive to storm......