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Emma Gorray of Dundalk turns 100 years old on Feb. 23 and will celebrate with her children, Dot and Dick Randall of Edgewood, Carol Reuter of Dundalk and Bob Gorray of Dundalk; her grandchildren, David Randall of Aberdeen, Natalie and Doug Johnson of...
Tags: White Marsh, Perry Hall, Nottingham, Dundalk
Baltimore's 200-year-old Basilica of the Assumption, the first cathedral in America, will be closed to many visitors over eight months as crews repair domes damaged in August's earthquake, church officials said Thursday. Repairs could cost up to $5...
No. 8 Towson (8-2, 6-1 Colonial Athletic Association) @ Rhode Island (3-7, 2-5) Time: Saturday, 12:30 p.m. Site: Meade Stadium, South Kingstown, R.I. Radio: 1570 AM Series: Rhode Island leads 6-5. What's at stake: Towson looks to close out its...
Alma T. Bell, Baltimore: How will the relationship between rap mogul Russell Simmons and Michael [S.] Steele affect Steele's relationship with the religious right? Nitkin: Steele, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, is a former Catholic seminarian...
More than a half mile will be added to Aberdeen's bike and walking trail system this summer. The new asphalt stretch will be built near Baird Park north of Fairgrounds Road. It will be north of a stretch of new trail built next year and will tie into...
Tags: Memorial Day
On Monday, Aberdeen mayor Mike Levsen complained that City Council meetings are too short. And it wasn't an April Fool's joke. Actually, Levsen said that when meetings are short, council members should use the time to share information among...
Editor's note: This article is part of a weeklong series for Sunshine Week, which highlights the importance of transparent government. Articles about public information run through Sunday. Look at City Attorney Adam Altman's desk, which has...
Beginning this summer, all of the people who work at the Lee Park Golf Course clubhouse will be able to play the golf course for free. Currently, head golf professional Dennis Gavin is allowed to play the course for free. On Wednesday, the Park and...
Tags: Employees, Foods and Beverages, Golf, Hamburgers
When a fresh blanket of snow covers the area, the Aberdeen Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department sometimes has problems with snowmobilers driving where they shouldn't. Twice this winter, snowmobilers have driven on Lee Park Golf Course. The most...
Businesses selling ammunition have been unable to keep up with demand caused by fears of gun control, according to local gun salesmen. Lucas Young, owner of Young Guns at 1724 Sixth Ave. S.E., said he has sold out of several types of ammunition...
L.A. NOWMore than 575 guns had been collected by mid-day Wednesday in L.A.'s gun buyback, as people waited for up to two hours to turn over firearms -- no questions asked -- in exchange for gift cards. While police say the......
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