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  • After a conviction, help for incarcerated veterans

    After a conviction, help for incarcerated veterans
    Christian Rojas has a plan. The Iraq War veteran wants to get his paralegal certificate. Then, he figures, he'll go into business for himself, helping people write their wills and file motions in court. He dreams of earning a law degree eventually and...
  • Terps seeded No. 4, will play Army in 1st round

    Terps seeded No. 4, will play Army in 1st round
    COLLEGE PARK — In nearly four years at Maryland, career scoring leader Alyssa Thomas has been on teams that have won one game, two games and three games in the NCAA tournament. But she's never claimed that elusive fourth victory. On Monday night,...
  • Q&A with Colt Cabana, who wrestles Saturday in Joppa

    Q&A with Colt Cabana, who wrestles Saturday in Joppa
    Maryland Championship Wrestling is holding its "Tag Wars" Event this coming Saturday, and one of the featured wrestlers is Colt Cabana. I got the chance to talk to him about the upcoming show, his time with WWE and Ring of Honor, the state of...
  • Aberdeen man charged with cashing $3,000 bad check twice

    An Aberdeen man was charged with cashing two bad checks at area liquor stores. Douglas Eugene Ringgold Jr., 41, of the 700 block of Battle Avenue, was charged on March 12 with two counts of forgery, two counts of issuing false documents and two counts of...
  • Santa and Mrs. Claus visit Edgewood Lions

    Edgewood Lions Club welcomed Santa and Mrs. Claus on Dec. 9. Lions were also joined by members of the Abingdon Volunteer Fire Company with a fire engine and Sheriff Jesse Bane, who spent the evening with them. Among the gifts given to the children were...
  • Food distribution fills Thanksgiving menu for those facing greater need

    Food distribution fills Thanksgiving menu for those facing greater need
    Janice Scott works hard at KFC and stretches her budget to care for her 12-year-old son and her 1-year-old godson, whom she adopted this month. So she was grateful to be in a church basement in Essex on Tuesday, accepting a 14-pound turkey and a box full...
  • A chocolate cookie with KFC herbs and spices?

    A chocolate cookie with KFC herbs and spices?
    KFC has added cookies to its menu. The Colonel himself was handing out the new chocolate chip cookies on Tuesday, National Cookie Day, on Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. KFC Chocolate Chip Cookies were introduced last week as part of KFC's Festive...
  • Jobs are coming back, but they don't pay enough

    Jobs are coming back, but they don't pay enough
    The good news as Labor Day approaches: Jobs are returning. The bad news: Most of them pay lousy wages and provide low, if not nonexistent, benefits. The trend toward lousy wages began before the Great Recession. According to a new report from the...
  • Carroll Sheriff's Office arrests three after liquor store burglary

    The Carroll County Sheriff's Office has arrested three men in connection with a Sunday morning burglary at New Windsor Liquors. Two of the three men have also been connected to at least six commercial burglaries in the county over the last three months,...
  • When stars drop in on Baltimore

    When stars drop in on Baltimore
    In the video for their breakthrough hit, "What Makes You Beautiful," the five Brit heartthrobs of One Direction cavort on the beach, looking wind-swept, clean-cut and ink-free. Yet, there they were — well, three of them, anyway — on a recent...
  • Wage slavery in corporate America

    Wage slavery in corporate America
    You don't have to be a Marxist to conclude that the working conditions of millions of American workers today are akin to wage-slavery ("Jobs are coming back, but they don't pay enough," Aug. 27). According to columnist Robert Reich, the shareholders...
  • Two Aberdeen men accused in armed robbery, suspected in a second

    Two 18-year-old Aberdeen residents were held without bail Tuesday in connection with one armed robbery in the city Monday night as Aberdeen police try to determine if they are also connected with a second robbery the same night. Joshua K. Telp, of the...