| May 16, 2014
It was May 1992, and Aberdeen was celebrating its centennial!
What did we do? Oh, yes, that was a lot to do!
On Friday, May 15, 1992, there was an "old-fashioned" fashion show and dinner, presented by the Aberdeen Lioness Club at the Colonel's Choice...
| May 27, 2014
| 5:10 PM
Chandler Crews sat on a bench outside of Sinai Hospital in Baltimore one recent day, put her feet on the ground and grinned.
Sitting this way was impossible for the 20-year-old from Arkansas just a few years ago because she was born with achondroplasia,...
| Jan 22, 2014
| 4:20 AM
Did you know that only 5 to 6 percent of eligible Girl Scouts receive their Gold Award each year? This exclusive leadership award represents the highest level of achievement for Girl Scouts, who must complete at least 80 hours of work towards a service...
| Aug 4, 2013
| 5:24 PM
In 1975, Sun reporter Frederic Kelly sat down with Art Donovan, turned on a tape recorder and let the Colts' first Hall of Famer spin tales about his playing days. Here are some excerpts:
"We used to throw cold buckets of water on each other, and one...
| Oct 24, 2012
| 1:20 PM
Robert F. "Bob" Brettschneider, a retired American Telephone & Telegraph supervisor who was a former longtime Parkville resident, died Monday of lung cancer at Colonial Manor Nursing Home in York, Pa.
He was 87.
Born in Baltimore and raised on...
| Apr 19, 2011
| 8:38 AM
William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the last half-century of Maryland history, died Monday after a "do-it-now" career that changed the face of Baltimore while bringing a new burst of energy to the city he loved.
Mr. Schaefer was 89....
| Jun 6, 2012
| 9:48 AM
Five new members were inducted into the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame Tuesday in conjunction with the EHS Class of 2012 commencement ceremonies the same day.
The five newest members of the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame are: Retired Maj. Gen....
| Nov 30, 2011
| 1:33 PM
Paul C. Ergler Sr., a retired Martin-Marietta Corp. aeronautical engineer who later became a professor of business management at what is now Loyola University Maryland, died Sunday of cardiac arrest at Oak Crest Village.
The longtime Glen Arm resident...
| Feb 17, 2012
| 3:32 PM
Harry Reese Gamber, a high school dropout who became a successful businessman specializing in drywall and painting, died Sunday of pancreatic cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson.
The Owings Mills resident, who had lived in Catonsville for many years,...
| Sep 29, 2011
THURSDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS
|| NASCAR || K&N Series: New Hampshire (T) || SPEED7 ||
|| MLB || Washington@Florida (T) || MASN9:30 a.m. ||
|| C. foot. || Texas Southern@Jackson State || ESPNU7:30 ||
|| Houston@Texas-El Paso ||...
| Oct 2, 2011
SUNDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS
|| IndyCar || Firestone Indy Lights, Kentucky 300 || VS.Noon ||
|| Kentucky 300 || VS.2 ||
|| NASCAR || Sprint Cup: AAA 400 || ESPN2 ||
|| Autos || ALMS: Petit Le Mans (T) || 2, 74 ||
|| MLB play. ||...
| May 31, 2011
If you want to win an arms race, minor escalation is not the way to go. Only after President Ronald Reagan started developing a wildly expensive and impractical system to shoot down enemy missiles did the Soviet Union give up the Cold War.