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  • Visit to Middleburg spa and horse ranch was relaxing [Commentary]

    Visit to Middleburg spa and horse ranch was relaxing [Commentary]
    Destinations Years ago when I interviewed Olympian equestrian Joe Fargis who said he had a horse ranch in Middleburg, Va. Without looking it up on the map, I assumed it was a few hours away. A few weeks ago, I drove there and found out it's only a 45-...
  • Suspect kills himself inside Baltimore police station

    Suspect kills himself inside Baltimore police station
    A suspect taken into custody by Baltimore police in connection with an attempted murder was able to conceal a "high-caliber" handgun and fatally shot himself Tuesday afternoon inside the Southwestern District police station, police said. Police said...
  • An appeal to women voters [Editorial]

    An appeal to women voters  [Editorial]
    It should come as no surprise that Democrats are looking to women voters for help this fall and plan to use the Hobby Lobby decision — and an assault of women's reproductive rights generally — as part of their rallying cry. In a meeting Friday...
  • Coming this fall to the Senator, burgers and poutine

    Coming this fall to the Senator, burgers and poutine
    A burger restaurant will open this fall at the Senator Theatre. The full-service eatery, Clark Burger, will be operated by James Clark, a bartender and manager at Little Havana, a popular waterside restaurant and bar on Key Highway. Little Havana...
  • Consider effect of pesticides on bees [Letter]

    Consider effect of pesticides on bees [Letter]
    The recent article noting the efforts of Nathan Reid to raise the public's awareness of plant pollinators ("Bee conscious of what you plant," July 13) reminds me that The Sun also published an article last June regarding a memorandum signed by President...
  • Howard Community College creates online resource from World War II interviews

    Howard Community College creates online resource from World War II interviews
    Don Casey has attended every annual reunion of the 238th Combat Engineer Battalion since the first in 1947. He shares stories of the battalion's battles in World War II, including its part in D-Day, the airborne and beach assault on Normandy, France, 70...
  • We need a constitutional amendment to put corporations in their place [Letter]

    We need a constitutional amendment to put corporations in their place [Letter]
    Thomas Schaller's ironic and disturbing commentary in The Sun, "Not taxing U.S. corporations gives a pass to foreigners" (July 8) yielded two takeaways: (1) In the wake of the Supreme Court decisions in "Citizens United" and "Hobby Lobby," we need a...
  • Why is Mikulski trying to 'fix' the Supreme Court's decision? [Letter]

    Why is Mikulski trying to 'fix' the Supreme Court's decision? [Letter]
    On her website, Sen. Barbara Mikulski proclaims that she is joining other senators to introduce a "legislative fix to protect women's health" following the Supreme Court's recent decision in the Hobby Lobby case. Whether you are for abortion or against...
  • Harford's new office building formally dedicated [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, July 23, 1964: Harford County's new office building in Bel Air was formally dedicated this week in 1964. The ceremony, which featured a historical address by C. Milton Wright, had an estimated 500...
  • Concrete is not the problem [Letter]

    Concrete is not the problem [Letter]
    I've known Brian Dolan for nearly 25 years, back to a time when I was the concrete engineer and he was an assistant district engineer, both for the Maryland State Highway Administration. As old colleagues, I wasn't surprised to see his informative...
  • Across Arundel, stormwater fee issue bubbling up in council primary races

    Across Arundel, stormwater fee issue bubbling up in council primary races
    In Severna Park, candidates repeat two words again and again this primary season: rain tax. County Councilman Dick Ladd, a Republican who represents Severna Park, Arnold and Broadneck in the 5th District, is being targeted by six challengers, most of...
  • Hobby Lobby decision is about denying women health care [Letter]

    Hobby Lobby decision is about denying women health care [Letter]
    I am feeling sick looking at the front page of The Sun and trying to understand how young women could be cheering the Supreme Court's decision to allow Hobby Lobby to refuse to cover contraceptive prescriptions ("Court sides with employers in...