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Mother's Day

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  • War of 1812 demonstration enacted at Heritage event [Port Deposit]

    The former Carriage House to the Tome Mansion was the scene of fascinating story-telling and scrumptious refreshments April 25 as the Port Deposit Heritage Corporation held its 38th annual General Meeting. After an abbreviated business meeting and...
  • Bracing for an invasion of tourists in Havre de Grace [Community]

    Uh, oh, dear readers, the British are coming! Planned for many months, the War of 1812 re-enactment will reoccur this weekend (May 3-5) all over Havre de Grace. Unlike the surprise British attack on the city, May 3, 1813, during which it was sacked...
  • Soft and sweet for Mom's big day

    Try these plush, luxurious and soft throws for a winning gift this Mother's Day. The 54-by-72-inch throws by Anali are 100 percent baby alpaca and come in three colors; grey, camel and ivory. The throws also feature embroidery detail in peacock and ginko....
  • Discussion series tackles challenges of parenting

    The necessity of a two-income family today often leaves parents scrambling for child care and juggling countless responsibilities. It is no wonder that young parents today may feel overwhelmed. There is good news, though, and a place to go to find some...
  • Preschools mark 50th anniversaries; trash bins and carnival on the way [Rodgers Forge]

    Spring cleaning comes to Rodgers Forge! With our annual Dumpster Day on May 11, all that junk that has accumulated over the year can be discarded. The added bonus this year is that the Electronics Dumpster Day will also be a part of the Dumpster Day....
  • Restaurants are filling glasses with Maryland wine

    Maryland Wine Week is back. The 11-day celebration of the state's wine industry begins Friday and runs through June 24. Organized by the Maryland Wineries Association, the third annual promotional event has restaurants and wine shops throughout the state...
  • City of Laurel Community Garden celebrates growth

    City of Laurel Community Garden celebrates growth
    There is a whole world growing behind Laurel Presbyterian Church these days. In the lot about the size of a football field, local residents are growing together as they tend their plots in the City of Laurel Community Garden. On Saturday, June 1, the...
  • Westowne Elementary School principal to retire

    Westowne Elementary School principal to retire
    After 11 years at Westowne Elementary School, Principal Patricia Vogel will retire at the end of this school year. Vogel has been a teacher and administrator for 25 years, with previous experience at Arbutus Elementary School and Ascension Catholic...
  • Anne Arundel's top foster parents opened their home, and their hearts

    Lisa and Eric Grevin's southern Anne Arundel County home bustles with activity, with six children playing, doing homework and getting ready for dinner. With three adopted children and three foster children, it's not exactly what the Grevins pictured when...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, May 5 Mother's Day Tea The Chesapeake Life Center invites women and girls of all ages who are grieving the death of a mother or grandmother to a special Mother's Day Tea at Moulin de Paris, 35 Magothy Beach Road in Pasadena. Event begins at...
  • 'Sonny' Shegan, former deputy police chief, dies [Old Town Laurel]

    Former city police officer Milan "Sonny" Shegan passed away April 26, 2013, at his home in Trout Creek, Mich. Originally from McKeesport, Pa., and a veteran of the Marine Corps, he served as a sworn officer in the police departments of Forest Heights,...
  • World watches weapons in Israel, Syria; Americans prefer to watch them on the big screen

    World watches weapons in Israel, Syria; Americans prefer to watch them on the big screen
    Israel and Syria continue to fight, Robert Downey Jr. continues to  pretend to fight, and in sunny, pastoral northern Pennsylvania, a former judge is still getting international attention a week after his sentencing over what amounts to a human-...