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Tracy Balazs, the president and CEO of an Annapolis-based staffing firm, was named Entrepreneurial Success of the Year last month by the Baltimore district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration. She founded the company, Federal Staffing...
It's Armed Forces weekend, dear readers, May 18 is Armed Forces Day, a tribute to those who have served or are serving in any of our military branches. We salute them for their courage and dedication. Saturday is also the running of the 138th...
Bel Air's Harford Mall and Abingdon's new Boulevard at Box Hill continue to bring in new businesses even as some old ones leave. After Old Navy recently departed Harford Mall for the Boulevard, the mall announced it would soon be replaced by Shoe Dept....
Navy's women's lacrosse players made it clear that they are not in the NCAA tournament this time to enjoy the experience. After three years of first-round losses, the eighth-seeded Mids are in it to win. Monmouth, which lost in a play-in game last...
As the Maryland National Guard prepares for what could be its final deployment to Afghanistan, its commander sees a "pivotal point" in the nation's history. More than a decade of deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq and other battlegrounds since Sept. 11,...
The recent study estimating that there may have been 26,000 cases of sexual assault in the military last year stirred a lot of tough talk from the Pentagon and the White House over the past 24 hours. But the question is whether that outrage will translate...
For Capt. Martin Noorsalu, deploying to Afghanistan with the Maryland National Guard last year was an unusual opportunity. Noorsalu is one of only a dozen helicopter pilots in the Estonian Air Force. The sole air defense service of the former Soviet...
Tags: Martin O'Malley, Afghanistan, NATO, Estonia, Baltic Region
Thanks to the American War Mothers, Catonsville and Arbutus residents still have the opportunity to donate small items from home to be shipped to soldiers stationed overseas. The Independent Order of Odd Fellows had been running its Marine Mail Campaign...
Tags: Halethorpe, Catonsville
The Pentagon estimated Tuesday that 26,000 members of the military were sexually assaulted last year, 36 percent more than a year earlier, in a trend so severe that senior officials warned it could threaten recruiting and retention of military personnel....
Navy earned its first seeded spot in the NCAA women's Division I lacrosse tournament and Loyola's late surge was enough for an at-large bid when the selections to the newly-expanded 26-team bracket were announced Sunday night. As expected, Maryland, the...
Richard F. Ober, a retired lawyer and insurance company executive who enjoyed sailing the Chesapeake Bay, died April 13 from vascular disease at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 98. The son of a lawyer and a homemaker, Richard...
Tags: U.S. Army, Anglicanism, Judges, Charles Street, Sailing
Navy coach Cindy Timchal believes the combination of the Midshipmen’s stellar season and the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium setting should be enough to earn Navy one of eight seeds in the NCAA Division I women's tournament when the bracket is announced...
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