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  • Hattie Harrison, longest-serving Md. delegate

    Hattie Harrison, longest-serving Md. delegate
    Hattie Harrison, the matriarch of East Baltimore politics who often greeted colleagues as "Baby" and was known for her signature curled hair and Southern cooking, will be remembered at a funeral at noon Feb. 9. Mrs. Harrison died of heart disease...
  • Who pays for those mayors' food bets?

    Who pays for those mayors' food bets?
    Who pays for the food involved when mayors and governors make bets on football games? When it comes to Faidley's crab cakes, the centerpiece of the market package Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has wagered on Sunday's AFC championship game, Faidley's is...
  • Richard Ben Cramer's genius: books from politics to baseball

    Richard Ben Cramer's genius: books from politics to baseball
    Richard Ben Cramer had the gift of a great writer: an agile mind that generated entertaining books and magazine articles in topics as disparate as Middle East politics and baseball. The Chestertown, Md., resident, who died Monday at age 62, "had raw...
  • Judge Robert Bell: Timeline

    July 6, 1943 Robert Mack Bell born in Rocky Mount, N.C.; family moves to Baltimore about 11/2 years later. June 17, 1960 Bell and 11 students try to get seated at Hooper's Restaurant at Charles and Fayette streets in Baltimore. A hostess says the...
  • Children learn to fish at City Catch event

    Children learn to fish at City Catch event
    Desteny Monahunt, one of about 100 inner city children who went fishing for the first time April 13, was philosophical about the experience. "Nature is where you came from, where you get born at," said the Cherry Hill girl, who fished for rainbow...
  • City wants $20 million upgrade at Lexington Market

    City wants $20 million upgrade at Lexington Market
    Charles Kelley stands in Baltimore's historic Lexington Market, chowing down on a Faidley's overstuffed crab cake sandwich. It doesn't bother the 37-year-old North Carolina man that the market doesn't have gourmet coffee, wine or cheese shops. He's OK...
  • Punish UM law clinic for 'frivolous' suit

    Punish UM law clinic for 'frivolous' suit
    While we're "Regulating farms with certainty" (March 18) as The Sun editorializes, let's be certain that we hold the University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic accountable for their own litigation runoff. It's "outrageous" (your word, not mine)...
  • 25 years ago: Illegal gaming machines seized, 40 drug dealers arrested

    From The Aegis dated Oct. 29, 1987: It was a big week for law enforcement in Harford County 25 years ago, when more than 25 illegal video poker machines were seized and 40 drug dealers were arrested during separate raids. The first was the video poker...
  • A day to remember — or find out about — the lost town of Daniels

    A day to remember — or find out about — the lost town of Daniels
    "Gone, but not forgotten" is the nostalgic slogan adopted by organizers of Discover Daniels Day, a one-time event Saturday that will mark 40 years since the last remnants of the town of Daniels were demolished by Tropical Storm Agnes. Haven't heard of...
  • '79 Orioles recall one of the coldest World Series games

    '79 Orioles recall one of the coldest World Series games
    How cold will it be Saturday night, when the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants meet in the Motor City for Game 3 of the World Series? Forty-three degrees, with temperatures dipping into the upper 30s by game's end, predicts meteorologist Jim...
  • H. Berton McCauley, dentist

    H. Berton McCauley, dentist
    Dr. H. Berton McCauley, former chief of the dental division of the Baltimore Health Department, who led the controversial battle that resulted in the city's water supply being fluoridated nearly 60 years ago, died Oct. 23 of prostate cancer at his...
  • Half of state voters approve of O'Malley as governor — but few see him as president

    Half of state voters approve of O'Malley as governor — but few see him as president
    Half of Marylanders view Martin O'Malley's performance as governor favorably, but only one in five say they would support him for president, according to a new poll conducted for The Baltimore Sun. After a rocky year that included two special sessions of...