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  • John Morsberger

    John Morsberger
    John W. Morsberger Jr., who co-owned and managed Glenmore Gardens, a popular Overlea crab house, died of lymphoma Wednesday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Timonium resident was 72. Born in Baltimore in a Calvert and 23rd streets basement apartment,...
  • Ads make trucks a revenue engine at Middle River Volunteer Fire Co.

    Ads make trucks a revenue engine at Middle River Volunteer Fire Co.
    Members of the Middle River Volunteer Fire Company aren't relying only on boot drives, poker tournaments and hall rentals for extra revenue. The 46-member department in eastern Baltimore County recently sold ad space on its ladder truck and a fire...
  • SECU Arena opens to rave reviews as Towson basketball beats Navy, 72-45

    SECU Arena opens to rave reviews as Towson basketball beats Navy, 72-45
    Balloons fell from the SECU Arena rafters, the marching band moved to the beat of Green Day's rock anthem "Holiday," and the Towson men's basketball team's starting lineup was introduced under a spotlight at home for the first time in the program's 54-...
  • Special Olympics Howard County athletes compete in Marine Corps 10K

    Special Olympics Howard County athletes compete in Marine Corps 10K
    Email rec sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. on Monday. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in the write-up. Running In the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 27,...
  • Ripken foundation hosts summit on preventing abuse of child athletes

    Ripken foundation hosts summit on preventing abuse of child athletes
    — As Cal Ripken Jr. watched the news unfold of the sexual abuse committed by Jerry Sandusky at Penn State University, he decided to take on the chief question before the sporting community: "What can we do to make kids safer?" The Orioles Hall...
  • Girl, 16, dies after throat cut in Northwest Baltimore

    Girl, 16, dies after throat cut in Northwest Baltimore
    It had been just two hours since Damond Williams Sr. heard from his 16-year-old daughter, and he knew something was wrong. The girl was a homebody, a standout student. She was rarely out after dark. Diamond Williams' family launched a search of their...
  • Giddings family files suit against accused killer of daughter

    Giddings family files suit against accused killer of daughter
    Lauren Giddings' final resting place in the Emmanuel Methodist Cemetery on Scaggsville Road still doesn't have a gravestone. It's been two years since Giddings, then 27, disappeared from her Macon, Ga., apartment on June 25, 2011. Her body —...
  • Bits & Pieces: Fourth of July is a day to celebrate, and remember

    I celebrated the Fourth of July one day early at Gettysburg on July 3. I was one of several thousand people allowed to walk the route of Pickett's Charge as part of the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. As I walked on the day and the hour...
  • Westminster Fallfest flexes its muscle in aid of nonprofits

    Westminster Fallfest flexes its muscle in aid of nonprofits
    When the 2012 Westminster Fallfest celebration kicks off on Thursday night, Sept. 27, with the annual parade, Woody Higgs will be right at the front. Higgs, along with five other residents representing Special Olympics-Maryland, Carroll County, will...
  • Highland/Fulton: Preserving summer's bounty calls for 'can-do' attitude

    "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?" It's probably coming in like gang busters right about now. You probably have more zucchini, string beans, corn, squash, cucumbers and maybe even some vine-ripened tomatoes than you know what to do...
  • Laurel cops to sit on roof of Dunkin Donuts for Special Olympics fundraiser

    Laurel cops to sit on roof of Dunkin Donuts for Special Olympics fundraiser
    If you visit or drive by the Laurel Dunkin' Donuts on Route 1 between 6 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, and 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, don't be alarmed if you see police officers on the roof. Laurel Police officers will be posted on the roof of the Dunkin' Donuts...
  • Laurel Cops hit the roof for Special Olympics Maryland

    Laurel Cops hit the roof for Special Olympics Maryland
    Four years ago, Laurel Police Cpl. Beth Thomas thought it would be a good idea to make use of the popular jokes about cops-and-doughnuts. Instead of stepping away from the stereotype of police officers being such enthusiastic doughnut consumers, Thomas...