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  • Howard County family embarks on trip around the world

    Howard County family embarks on trip around the world
    Tim and Julie Rivenbark had a house, two kids and jobs they loved. But the Howard County couple also had a yearning for more experiences and fewer things. "We were doing what we thought was the American dream," says Tim Rivenbark. It took a couple...
  • Baltimore man killed in shooting outside N.Y. nightclub

    Baltimore man killed in shooting outside N.Y. nightclub
    A Baltimore man was killed in a shooting outside a nightclub in Baldwin, N.Y., early Saturday morning, local police said. Daquan Gaskin, 22, was shot in the chest in front of the Love Jones Café, at 1920 Grand Ave., and taken to an area hospital,...
  • Canceled flights to Israel slow Pikesville father trying to reach wounded son

    Canceled flights to Israel slow Pikesville father trying to reach wounded son
    Jeffrey Low, the father of a Baltimore-born Israeli soldier who was wounded in Gaza over the weekend, was flying to Tel Aviv on Tuesday to see his son when the news came: Ben Gurion Airport was under attack, and his flight was diverting to Paris. "I...
  • For Bethesda woman, Antarctica becomes 'a special place'

    For Bethesda woman, Antarctica becomes 'a special place'
    During her second day on the Antarctic Peninsula, Elena Perry and her fellow students silently looked around the cold, dry landscape as the driver of their boat turned off the motor. In one of many such instances, the group was struck by how much Earth'...
  • About 400 U.S. flights delayed as sequestration takes hold

    About 400 U.S. flights delayed as sequestration takes hold
    Sequestration is starting to frustrate air travelers. About 400 flights were delayed Sunday because of air traffic controller furloughs, the Federal Aviation Administration said, and a few more interruptions were reported Monday, though the nation's air...
  • Russian woman's son named as suspect in her death

    A former Baltimore County resident serving a 10-year sentence for armed robbery in federal prison has been named as a suspect in the death of his mother, who was visiting from Russia, a Baltimore County Police Department spokeswoman said Wednesday....
  • Providence raising money and memories, brick by brick

    The "Walk of Memory" tucked behind the Providence Volunteer Fire Company station is far from complete. But it's already full of stories, according to Garry Zour, administrative vice president of the company, which has served the greater Towson area and...
  • Darlington Volunteer Fire Company 9/11 memorial a community effort

    Darlington Volunteer Fire Company 9/11 memorial a community effort
    If it weren't for the community, there wouldn't be a memorial to dedicate Sunday. It's been a long process for the Darlington Volunteer Fire Company to get its 9/11 memorial, which will be in front of its Dublin station, 1520 Whiteford Road, built. But...
  • A love letter to Harford's firefighters

    A love letter to Harford's firefighters
    Firefighters are stoic, no-nonsense manly men who will throw you over their shoulders and take you down a ladder from a burning building if need be. They don't joke (fires are serious business, you guys), they eat cheeseburgers and steaks and only watch...
  • Wet snow falls on Maryland, Northeast

    Wet snow falls on Maryland, Northeast
    Ethan Yankellow pondered the last time he saw snow in the Baltimore area at this time of year — and drew a blank. "I don't remember any time I saw snow in October, and I've lived here all my life," Yankellow, 42, said Saturday. The Reisterstown...
  • Baltimore man imprisoned in Libya to arrive at BWI Saturday

    Matthew VanDyke — the Baltimore writer and filmmaker who was jailed in Libya for nearly six months and then remained to aid rebels seeking to overthrow dictator Moammar Gadhafi — is scheduled to return home Saturday. VanDyke, 32, is set to...
  • A Leap of Faith

    KOCHAV YAAKOV, West Bank - The white van rolled past cement barricades, past a barbed-wire fence and an armed guard at the entry gate, past rows of cream-colored houses with red-tile roofs before pulling to a stop. Glenn and Gilla Jasper, a young Orthodox...