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  • John F. Guidera, Jesuit missionary

    John F. Guidera, Jesuit missionary
    The Rev. John F. Guidera, a Jesuit missionary who lived in India for six decades while retaining close ties with his Maryland benefactors, died of septicemia May 16 in Jamshedpur. He was 86. Born in Baltimore and raised in Govans, he was a 1943 Loyola...
  • Protecting terrapins from recreational crab pots

    Those trying to celebrate what is traditionally considered an annual rite of summer — catching crabs to feast on — are reminded that those tasty critters typically can be found in the same waters as the state's reptile, the diamondback...
  • Vote no on Baltimore's Question H

    Every few years, Baltimore City residents are called upon to vote on any number of bond initiatives, wherein the city uses its credit card to fund any number of projects. The city then repays the money with interest at some future date. This is common...
  • MD. tourism industry organizes Crisfield relief

    MD. tourism industry organizes Crisfield relief
    Crisfield, the hub of Maryland’s crab industry, was severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy. The owners of Golden Ring Transportation, with some assistance of the Maryland Office of Tourism Development, are putting together a grassroots relief...
  • Columbia woman, on trial for animal cruelty, blames husband for deaths

    A Columbia woman charged with animal cruelty should not be blamed for the 40 dead animals found in her townhouse earlier this year because her husband was responsible for the animals, the woman's attorney argued during her trial Thursday. During his...
  • Table Talk: Local is the word at Farm to Chef competition

    More than 30 Baltimore chefs have been lined up for the third annual Farm to Chef culinary competition. Produced by the American Institute of Wine & Food Baltimore chapter, the event partners chefs with local farms to create recipes using locally grown...
  • State rests in Columbia animal cruelty case

    After four days of testimony and 17 witnesses, the prosecution has rested its case against Elizabeth Lindenau, the Columbia woman facing 60 counts of animal cruelty, neglect and abuse after 40 dead animals were found in her Columbia townhouse in January....
  • Eat Maryland crab meat to win prizes

    Eat Maryland crab meat to win prizes
    Eat Maryland crab meat and win a prize. Throughout September, diners who eat at restaurants participating in Maryland's True Blue program can win a pair of tickets to the Mermaid's Kiss Oyster Fest, an after-hours celebration of Maryland seafood on Oct....
  • Megan Rossee, Michael Phelps' girlfriend, opens up

    Megan Rossee, Michael Phelps' girlfriend, opens up
    Ever since the two appeared arm in arm on the red carpet at the London Olympics, people have wondered: Who, exactly, is Michael Phelps' new girlfriend? She hasn't been talking with the news media until now. But in an exclusive interview with The Sun,...
  • Media coverage of Baltimore's Grand Prix was biased and unfair

    I woke up Labor Day morning after Baltimore's IndyCar race and opened the paper thinking I'd see great headlines and stories about what a fantastic party and sports spectacle we hosted, especially given there was so little time to properly prepare for...
  • Lawsuits plague Turner's Middle Branch developments

    Lawsuits plague Turner's Middle Branch developments
    One of Baltimore's most prolific developers faces two lawsuits for unpaid bills related to stalled urban renewal projects along the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River. A lawsuit against Turner Development's principal, Patrick Turner, and a second suit...
  • Baseball: 50 years an Oriole usher and a lifetime of memories

    For the past five decades, Gordon Huggins has enjoyed one of the best views in the house. As an usher for the Baltimore Orioles at Memorial Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, he has witnessed six World Series,Cal Ripken Jr.'s record-setting 2,131st...