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The people who sell the bleach, detergents, trash bags, brooms and brushes love to see me coming this time of the year. For two or three weekends, I've been lugging the vacuum cleaner up and down the stairs. I've already totaled one shop vac filter...
Tags: Family, Equestrian, Key West, Preakness Stakes
The Baltimore SunWhat exactly are we envisioning for the big IndyCar race proposed for Baltimore in 2011? Speeding cars skidding around street corners?The smell of burning rubber and fuel filling the air? Wild-eyed crowds packing the sidewalks? Don't we already have...
Sun reporterWhen police officers burst into a West Baltimore Street rowhouse on a hot August afternoon, their target was a suspected drug dealer, and the raid yielded a stash of cocaine, heroin gel caps and marijuana. But they found much more: a loaded revolver as...
Sun Foreign StaffIN THE SUBURBS OF BAGHDAD, Iraq - The Marines took a three-hour drive yesterday, fording a tributary of the Tigris River, rumbling their troop carriers through the yards of family homes and setting up camp at a traffic oval a few miles from the center...
Sun StaffHe hustled up to the plate, as always, waggled his bat once and locked onto the pitcher. There 10-year-old Eddie Murray stood, stock-still, eyes fixed on the baseball headed his way. This day, Murray connected big time, whacking the ball on a line toward...
Tags: Basketball, Eric Davis, Seattle Mariners, Family, Hank Aaron
Sun ReportersThe standoff between Baltimore County police and Joseph C. Palczynski entered its third day last night, as the man suspected in four killings held three hostages in a Dundalk rowhouse, punctuating tense negotiations with crackles of gunfire. Frustrated...
First of three articles. Yellowrose Court woke up to the trouble one night a few summers back. As midnight approached, an 11-year-old boy sidled up to a light pole, aluminum bat in hand. Clang! Clang! Clang! The impact sent vibrations up the metal...
Sun StaffPolice videotapes clearly show Josh T. Waterman driving north on Interstate 95, unfazed by blaring police sirens and flashing lights as Maryland Transportation Authority police cruisers give chase for a traffic violation. Fourteen minutes after...
ReutersMONACO (Reuters) - Red Bull sound like sore losers for complaining about the Formula One tires, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso suggested on Wednesday. The Spaniard, winner in China in April and Barcelona this month, told reporters at the Monaco Grand Prix...
ReutersMONACO (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton made his point and Roscoe, his pampered pet bulldog, promptly proved him right at the Monaco Grand Prix on Wednesday. Positioning, the 2008 Formula One world champion told British reporters gathered round him in the...
Tags: Monaco, Open-Wheel Racing, Auto Racing, Spain
Delray Beach resident Frank McKinney will pull a tire across the Linton Boulevard Bridge for 24 hours on Memorial Day weekend to train for what is considered the most grueling footrace in the world and also to raise money for Haiti. For the fundraiser,...
Tags: Delray Beach, Charity, Haiti, Memorial Day
A 49-year-old Burbank man was arrested after his neighbors caught him slashing their car tires on camera, police said. The man, Garry Keshishyan, was arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism after security footage allegedly showed him slashing tires on...
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