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Reality CheckAt the close of the last season of Survivor, lo these so few weeks ago, Jeff Probst described the next season (22!), in which castoffs will have a chance to return to the game. But he didn't mention what people......
Reality CheckJust as many had long suspected, Russel Hantz and Rob Mariano are indeed the "mystery" returning castaways who will be on Survivor: Redemption Island, which starts in February. CBS finally made public what had long been suspected/spoiled. (Photos courtesy...
Whether it's volleyball on the beach, strolling the Boardwalk, or angling on a pier with the sun setting on the water, Ocean City offers the kind of easy, beach vacay that everyone from families to college co-eds can enjoy. To make the most of those oh-...
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Special To The SunBerlin is such a picture-perfect small town, it belongs in a movie. And it was - twice. Berlin played the part of rural Hale in the 1999 film Runaway Bride, and a few years later it provided a setting for the movie Tuck Everlasting. Today until Sunday,...
Sun StaffA string of problems at the Maryland Transit Administration - from poor leadership to inadequate mechanic training to faulty parts - led to the rash of incidents in which wheels fell off buses and dozens of people were injured, state investigators have...
SunSpot StaffMichael B. Styer wants to make Maryland a star. As director of the state-funded Maryland Film Office, Styer markets the state to movie and TV production companies looking for locations to film. Credit his office with the state's leading roles in...
Sun StaffThree keen-nosed bloodhounds named Lucy, Knight and TinkerBelle, flown in by the FBI from Southern California late last summer to help with the anthrax investigation, are a major reason for agents' focus on former Army bioterrorism expert Dr. Steven J....
Sun StaffDuring an intense grilling by legislators yesterday, state child welfare officials said they're making incremental changes to prevent more child abuse deaths but added that legal and financial restrictions keep them from acting more aggressively. The...
Sun StaffFederal auditors examining Maryland's child welfare system are criticizing the state for having one of the worst computer systems in the nation for tracking abused and neglected children. "Can we find every child in the foster care system? The answer...
Sun StaffSierra Swann well knows of the various addictions that play out in the neighborhood near the corner of Boone Street and East 20th, a grim place where heroin and cocaine are available curbside beneath the blank stares of boarded-up windows. She watched...
Sun StaffAfter being called by a concerned hospital worker, the Baltimore Department of Social Services should have dispatched a caseworker to investigate a 17-year-old girl who had a history of child abuse and had just delivered twins, city and state officials...
Sun StaffLong before Sierra Swann was charged, along with Nathaniel Broadway, with murdering her month-old twin girls last week, she lived with her mother, five siblings and her mother's boyfriend in a one-bedroom apartment that lacked electricity. Her mother,...
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