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  • Honoring World War II foot soldiers

    Honoring World War II foot soldiers
    During a forced march from Belgium to southern Germany in the closing months of fighting in Europe in World War II, U.S. Army prisoner of war Cpl. Michael Romanelli said he thought often of getting home — to any sort of life he could make....
  • Barn quilt project highlights Carroll County's rural history

    Barn quilt project highlights Carroll County's rural history
    Drive up and down the rolling hills on Uniontown Road in Westminster and you'll run into a red barn adorned with a placard painted with sunflowers. The barn on the Gardener's Gourmet farm is one of 12 rustic buildings getting decorated as part of a...
  • City Council mulls extending tax breaks for historic properties

    City Council mulls extending tax breaks for historic properties
    Over the concerns of Baltimore's finance officials, the City Council is considering a two-year extension of tax breaks on historic properties. Council members will vote tonight to extend tax credits for property owners who improve historic properties...
  • Watson releases county executive campaign finance numbers

    Watson releases county executive campaign finance numbers
    Howard County Council member Courtney Watson raised close to half a million dollars in funds last year to use in her run for county executive, her campaign announced Monday.  Watson collected $490,236 from supporters in 2013 and reported $721,238 cash...
  • The Iraq War: Was it worth it? [Commentary]

    In early 2003, I marched through downtown Washington, D.C., with my fellow University of Maryland students to protest the Bush Administration's push toward war with the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein. The American people were being told that invading...
  • Jeffrey A. Paige, lawmaker

    Jeffrey A. Paige, lawmaker
    Jeffrey A. Paige, who served West Baltimore neighborhoods in the House of Delegates, died of complications of open-heart surgery Tuesday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Irvington resident was 57. He was a member of the House of...
  • Boys' Latin wrestling seems to be beyond its 'growing pains'

    Boys' Latin wrestling seems to be beyond its 'growing pains'
    Boys' Latin wrestling coach Drew Haugh can still feel the disappointment from recent seasons. That's when Boys' Latin took its lumps competing in the 11-team Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. "We had a lot of young guys in...
  • Rebecca Jessop named Cultural Arts Board coordinator

    Rebecca Jessop is the new Harford County Cultural Arts Board coordinator, the Department of Community Services announced. Jessop discovered the arts in the early 1990s. She studied acting and was involved with Baltimore's thriving community theatres....
  • Campus looms large for mom of teenager

    Campus looms large for mom of teenager
    In the next few weeks, I’ll be traveling with my older son on a couple final college visits before he makes the big decision on where he wants to go. It’s impossible to get into the mind of a 17-year-old. I know his decision might weigh on...
  • Key councilman says city shouldn't zone longtime liquor stores out of business

    Key councilman says city shouldn't zone longtime liquor stores out of business
    A key City Council leader says Baltimore should find another way to crack down on problem liquor outlets rather than force about 100 of the longtime neighborhood stores out of business through a zoning overhaul, as proposed by the administration....
  • Single Carrot Theatre moves into new digs in Remington

    Single Carrot Theatre moves into new digs in Remington
    Single Carrot Theatre hit the ground running on Friday, Jan. 3. As the new year began with snow, the up-and-coming Baltimore troupe was supposed to start moving from the old Everyman Theatre building downtown to its new space in a redeveloped former...
  • O'Malley, Brown careers at stake with Obamacare exchange

    O'Malley, Brown careers at stake with Obamacare exchange
    The Washington Post ran a story yesterday  from inside of the Maryland health care exchange detailing how top government leaders knew for over a year before it went live that the exchange had serious technical problems. And for Gov. Martin O'Malley and...