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  • Longtime Calvert Hall swimming coach 'Reds' Hucht dies

    Longtime Calvert Hall swimming coach 'Reds' Hucht dies
    Arthur Francis “Reds” Hucht, who coached Calvert Hall’s swim team from 1960 to 1997, died Tuesday at his home in Spotsylvania, Va. He was 95. Hucht, who at 80 was the oldest high school head coach in any sport in the Baltimore area...
  • Ask Outdoors Girl

    Simone Ruiz-Garcia of Annapolis writes: I moved from Spain to the United States in 1992 and one of the first movies I saw was, "A River Runs Through It." The sport of fly fishing and the beautiful streams where it is practiced have intrigued me, but it...
  • In '77, Brooks offered final thrill

    Brooks Robinson was crowding 40, but on that April night in 1977, his legions of fans were able to banish the depressing thought of his age from their minds. Robinson stood in front of his locker after the game, smiling. With a wink, he said, "The kid can...
  • In '83 Series, a vintage performance

    The post-game celebration of the Orioles' 1983 World Series victory over the Philadelphia Phillies remains etched in traveling secretary Phil Itzoe's mind. The team ran out of champagne, and he had to find more. When the first five cases had been...
  • Pop-rockers show problems with older songs, promise of new ones at Penn's Peak

     
    Pop-rock band SafetySuit’s show Sunday at Penn’s Peak near Jim Thorpe suffered the same course as the pop-rock quartet’s career. And it showed the same promise, as well. SafetySuit singer Doug Brown at Penn's Peak on Sunday Photos by...
  • Police question man's claim of shooting near Bob Hope Airport

     
    Burbank police are looking into claims by a man who said he was shot in the hand on the Golden State Freeway near Bob Hope Airport, an incident investigators say they believe happened elsewhere....
  • Football: Venice's Tayon Blockmon is Western League MVP

     
    Junior linebacker Tayon Blockmon from Venice has been selected the player of the year from the Western League. The offensive player of the years were junior quarterback Alexander Diamont of Venice and junior running back Alijah Lee of Venice. The......
  • Pair arrested on suspicion of Burbank burglary

    Two people from Los Angeles were arrested around 4:30 a.m. Saturday in the 1200 block of Kenwood Street in Burbank after burglarizing three cars, said Burbank Police Sgt. Doug Brown. They are Ismael Gallegos, 36, and Erika Torres, 20. The duo...
  • Police investigating series of Burbank burglaries

    Police are investigating 11 commercial burglaries that occurred after 4 a.m. on Saturday across Burbank. In each incident, windows were smashed to gain entry, said Burbank Police Sgt. Doug Brown. “This doesn’t happen very frequently,”...
  • At least three running for Lower Macungie commissioner seats

     
    We've gotten word that at least three people will be running this year for two open seats on the Lower Macungie Board of Commissioners. Incumbent Republican Doug Brown has confirmed he'll seek re-election. Fellow incumbent Joe Pugliese, also a Republican,...
  • Lower Macungie commissioner candidate criticizes incumbent

     
    There may be no race for Lower Macungie commissioner seats in the May Primary, but that hasn't stopped one candidate from leveling criticism against an incumbent leading up to the primary. Attorney Robert L. Sharpe Jr. has taken Commissioner Doug Brown to...
  • Lower Macungie gets 46 applicants for zoning post

     
    Lower Macungie has received applications from 46 people interested in taking over as the township's next zoning officer. Commissioner Doug Brown said his board's zoning and planning committee will begin interviewing candidates this week. He said the...