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  • Issues for state hang in balance after Obama's election

    Advocates for a host of Maryland interests — from the Chesapeake Bay to the defense industry — said Wednesday they are anxiously watching whether the election will change the political landscape here despite early indications that it...
  • Motorman back on track ringing bell rail line from Catonsville to Towson

    An article in the April 19, 1913, edition of The Argus announced the return of familiar face on the rail cars. Not content with sitting on a slow-moving auto truck, Charles Bujac of Catonsville, one of the oldest motormen in the employ of the United...
  • Pages from the Past: Weasel eludes police and firefighters in retreat from Catonsville firehouse in 1912

    An article in the Sept. 21, 1912 edition of The Argus reported an uninvited guest to the local fire house. The engine house of the Catonsville Fire Department was the scene one morning this week of a spirited attack upon an unwelcome visitor, a large...
  • Rep. Edwards talks government cuts at Montpelier Arts Center

    Rep. Edwards talks government cuts at Montpelier Arts Center
    Maryland District 4 Rep. Donna Edwards spoke to constituents Saturday at the Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel, addressing economic concerns and outlining her current priorities. Edwards, a Democrat who represents parts of Prince George's and...
  • Perryville: Bridal showers, weddings, waffle breakfasts

    Reba Ann Hause was the guest of honor at a bridal shower Sunday. Held at the home of her mother, Cheryl Whited, and given by her matron of honor, Ashley Barton, sister of the bride, and her bridesmaids, sister Chrissie Grove, cousin Amy Donoho, niece...
  • Average federal salary up, despite pay freeze

    The "average" federal employee salary is nearly $78,500, an amount that has risen by about $1,800 in the past two years despite a general freeze on salary rates, according to the Office of Personnel Management. As of September, OPM reported last week,...
  • Dr. Georgina Y. Goodwin, anesthesiologist

    Dr. Georgina Y. Goodwin, anesthesiologist
    Dr. Georgina Y. Goodwin, a retired anesthesiologist and Postal Service medical director who was an activist for the addicted, died of congestive heart failure Sept. 27 at her residence at St. Elizabeth Hall in Timonium. She was 87. She was born three...
  • Five questions with ... John Kennedy

    Five questions with ... John Kennedy
    Helping companies save money on postage can bring in the big bucks. Baltimore-based Three Dog Logistics picks up mail from clients with high volumes, "commingles" it with other client mail going to the same ZIP code and delivers it closer to the end...
  • Postal worker pleads guilty to stealing gift cards, mail

    A former postal worker admitted Friday that she stole mail and the money inside those envelopes at a Linthicum postal facility, victimizing more than 250 people, according to the U.S. attorney's office in Baltimore. Dorothy Jean Gibson, 56, of Windsor...
  • Sykesville plans to reopen post office, hire new employees

    The Sykesville Town Council voted Monday night, Nov. 26, to maintain the town's contract for a U.S. Post Office, and the town will plan to hire at least two new employees to operate it. The decision does not guarantee the post office's future, however,...
  • Cocaine secreted in strawberries and a hefty take for the feds

    Federal prosecutors in August 2012 announced that two men, Bryan Eammon Williams and Lawrence Lee Hayes, had been sentenced to 11 years and 15 years respectively for their roles in a cocaine distribution conspiracy. The details of the case are rather...
  • Hudson's Corner: Trying to relax before Hurricane Sandy

    Sunday morning, I drove to Meadowbrook to swim some final outdoor laps before Hurricane Sandy arrived. On the way over, it was obvious a storm was approaching. Orange cones and sandbags were stationed at the little bridge to Whole Foods in Mount...