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Korean War (1950-1953)

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  • Berkley A. Thomas

    Berkley A. Thomas
    Berkley Allan Thomas Jr., a retired cultural arts publicist and actor, died of dementia complications July 31 at the Summit Rehabilitation Center in Catonsville. The former Charles Village and Highlandtown resident was 80. Born in Scarsdale, N.Y., he...
  • Bring the troops home from Afghanistan — and everywhere else

    Bring the troops home from Afghanistan — and everywhere else
    With the recent commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War, isn't it about time to think about a troop withdrawal plan? And by the way, VE Day was 68 years ago, so why do we still have troops in Europe? Let's leave Europe to...
  • Louis F. Caralle Sr., railroader

    Louis F. Caralle Sr., railroader
    Louis F. Caralle Sr., a retired railroad man and decorated Korean War veteran, died Sunday of cancer at his Edgemere home. He was 80. The son of fruit vendors, Louis F. Caralle was born in Baltimore and raised in Highlandtown. He was a vocational school...
  • William O. Goldstein, lawyer

    William O. Goldstein, lawyer
    William O. Goldstein, a Korean War veteran who practiced law in Baltimore for half a century, died Aug. 21 of kidney failure at Roland Park Place. He was 87. The son of Dr. Albert E. Goldstein, an internationally known urological surgeon, and Elsie May...
  • Harford council discusses buying Joppatowne swim club

    The Harford County Council is continuing to look into the possibility of buying a Joppatowne swim club that closed abruptly right as the summer began. Southern Baptist Church has a contract to buy the swim club property, centrally located off of Joppa...
  • Remembering veterans of Korea and their accomplishments [Letter]

    The following comments were to be presented to the Harford County Council this week. A copy of the remarks was provided in advance for publication. Good Evening. Council President Boniface, Council Members and those in attendance. We appreciate being...
  • William K. 'Bill' Lee III, SHA chief engineer

    William K. 'Bill' Lee III, SHA chief engineer
    William K. "Bill" Lee III, who rose from being a State Roads Commission laborer to chief engineer for the State Highway Administration, died Tuesday from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Cockeysville resident was 82....
  • Day of lacrosse action, for a good cause, coming to Howard High [Elkridge]

    Howard High School will host the annual Karl Wolf Memorial Lacrosse Tournament for the 12th straight year Saturday, March 30, at Rockburn Branch Park, Landing Road, Elkridge. The games begin at 11 a.m. and the battles run throughout the day until the...
  • Korea, like all wars, a war to remember [Editorial]

    Korea, like all wars, a war to remember [Editorial]
    Tuesday of this week was the 63rd anniversary of a key event in U.S. history, though it happened half a world away on a peninsula that's attached to the northern Chinese region of Manchuria. That peninsula remains a household word a generation later, as...
  • William L. More, World War II veteran

    William L. More, World War II veteran
    William L. More, a retired Exxon marketing representative who fought during World War II with the 4th Marine Division in some of the bloodiest battles in the Pacific, died Saturday of respiratory failure at Bonnie Blink, the Maryland Masonic Home. He...
  • Harford library honors Korean War veterans

    Harford library honors Korean War veterans
    The Korean War is often known as the "forgotten war," but local veterans of the bloody three-year-conflict on the Korean Peninsula will be sharing their memories with Harford County residents this weekend, 60 years after the guns were silenced. More...
  • Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground won't be reopening

    Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground won't be reopening
    Army officials are canceling plans to reopen the former Army Ordnance Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground as the APG Museum. Adriane Foss, a spokeswoman for the Harford County Army post, confirmed Tuesday that "the Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum will...