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  • Earthquake in Virginia rattles Baltimore and the East Coast

    Earthquake in Virginia rattles Baltimore and the East Coast
    A frightening earthquake jolted Baltimore and much of the East Coast on Tuesday, shaking buildings and rattling nerves. Thousands of people streamed from offices and homes into the afternoon sunshine, stunned by a phenomenon more commonly associated...
  • Earthquake shakes up Laurel

    Bernard Worrell, PNC Bank vice president, left his Main Street office shortly before 2 p.m. on Tuesday to grab a bite to eat at a Route 1 restaurant. Worrell said he was sitting at a table in the restaurant when all of a sudden, the whole place started to...
  • A Moving Occasion

    We were in high day-before-the-move-gear on Tuesday. I was in the Rodgers Forge house where my sister moved on Wednesday, when I felt a heavy thud. I thought the two men who had come to clean the rug had turned on the nozzle from their truck full throttle...
  • Bates Middle School hopes to continue its academic progress

    When the strongest vibrations of Tuesday's earthquake struck during the first day of school in Anne Arundel County, students at Wiley Bates Middle School in Annapolis heeded evacuation instructions blared over the public address system and filed out of...
  • Bleeding orange: A 14th consecutive losing season ends

    Bleeding orange: A 14th consecutive losing season ends
    This week brought some of the best moments of the Orioles' 2011 season. On Monday, they beat a detested foe, the Red Sox, in a home game -- and in doing so forced Boston, recently the clear leader in the American League wild card race, into a tie with the...
  • Outsider Bartlett faces political challenge of career

    Outsider Bartlett faces political challenge of career
    When Roscoe Bartlett was thrust suddenly into front runner status in a topsy-turvy race for Congress in 1992, Republican leaders in Maryland arranged a meeting so he could get to know them. Maybe it was his ill-fitting suit, or his folksy demeanor, but...
  • This week's events in Laurel

    Share your good news and events with the community. Contact Laurel Leader editorial assistant Pat Farmer, paf1@patuxent.com, or phone and fax 410-332-6653. Photo exhibit — Hosted by Central Maryland Photographers Guild, opens Fri., June 17, 5 p.m.,...
  • With prayers, music and thanks, Maryland remembers body donors

    With prayers, music and thanks, Maryland remembers body donors
    Every so often, a tear dripping off Sharmalita Christians' face splashed onto the photo she was clutching of a man with an inviting grin. He was her brother, a 44-year-old man who was in a car accident and then died of an aneurysm on Dec. 31. For...
  • Mass burial honors those who gave bodies to science, or who went unclaimed

    Mass burial honors those who gave bodies to science, or who went unclaimed
    Singe marks still scar the wall of the Canton grocery store where Stanislaw Ptak spent his final night outside. The homeless man died six months ago after he accidentally set himself on fire while lighting a cigarette. The rowhouse on Pitcher Street...
  • Red Line gets federal go-ahead for next phase

    The Maryland Transit Administration's proposed Red Line in Baltimore has received U.S. approval to move to the next phase of development, a strong indication that the east-west light rail line will eventually qualify for federal funding. Gov. Martin O'...
  • Where medical masterpieces are made

    Where medical masterpieces are made
    As an oil painter in college, Elizabeth Cook expected to pursue the life of the typical aspiring American artist: get an advanced degree, move to a big city, embark on a future of creative struggle. Then she attended an exclusive arts workshop in New...
  • Good Works: Boy's wish for a school science lab is fulfilled

    The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants a wish every 40 seconds to children across the country with life-threatening illnesses. Still, the wishes usually fall into one of four categories: I wish to be; I wish to meet; I wish to have; and I wish to go. No so...