| Nov 15, 2011
| 5:40 PM
The most controversial of four proposed sites for a Baltimore-area center for transferring cargo between trucks and trains carries the lowest cost estimate, while one that has virtually no close neighbors would cost nearly twice as much, according to...
| Nov 27, 2011
| 5:00 AM
Woodrow Wilson once observed: "Congress in committee is Congress at work." But what was once a keen observation is now little more than an anachronism describing a Congress that no longer exists. In theory, the committee structure is crucial to a...
| Dec 29, 2011
| 6:43 PM
Five state-owned toll bridges will be getting an $11 million security upgrade, including new lighting, sensors to detect stopped vehicles and cameras to peer above and below the spans.
Work on the bridges — Bay, Key, Nice, Tydings and Hatem —...
| Dec 8, 2011
| 6:37 AM
For 15 years the best girls and boys basketball teams in Baltimore City have tipped off against the best of Washington, D.C. in early December. To see some of the best public school basketball of the young season, head over to Lake Clifton Friday and...
| Dec 9, 2011
| 3:00 AM
The general rap against the Occupy Wall Street movement is that it has no clear leadership or goals. And a complaint of some Democrats against President Obama is that he hasn't found a way to get in front of it and harness its energy to work for his re-...
| Dec 22, 2011
| 2:17 PM
Isaac Cate Lycett, a retired engraver of social stationery who produced the invitations for Bill Clinton's presidential inaugurations, died Tuesday of a heart attack at his Delta, Pa., home. He was 84 and had a second home on Mount Vernon Place.
| Apr 6, 2012
| 6:04 PM
Laurel's District 23 Sen. Douglas J.J. Peters' bill to authorize Maryland to have a sixth gambling site inPrince George's County is being revised in the House of Delegates.
With the General Assembly session slated to end on Monday, if the revised bill...
| Jul 11, 2012
| 3:01 PM
Bruce Page Wilson, former president of Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co., who earlier had been president of the old Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad, died July 5 of complications from a stroke at Nubbin Ridge, his Green Spring Valley home, where he had...
| Jan 18, 2012
| 9:55 AM
The following Laurel students were named to the dean's list for the fall semester at York College of Pennsylvania: Alison Chavez, sophomore criminal justice major; Kristina Lerman, senior nursing major; Derek Shaw, senior marketing major; Rachael Wilson,...
| Apr 9, 2012
| 6:16 AM
There's no question that the National Harbor development in Prince George's Countyhas the potential to be an extremely successful casino site. It already has an upscale mix of restaurants and hotels, and it boasts an excellent location on the Potomac...
| Oct 26, 2011
| 2:38 PM
Motorists saw the man jump off the pedestrian bridge, but not the driver of a passing tractor trailer on which the victim landed. By the time police caught up with the truck and its gruesome cargo, the unsuspecting driver had traveled 11 miles down I-95...
| Jan 9, 2012
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a man whose political success is largely attributable to the aura of befuddled incompetence he uses to disarm his adversaries, was a failed Watergate baby.
In 1974, a slew of often sanctimonious and very liberal...