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  • Baltimore police trainee injured in firearms training

    Baltimore police trainee injured in firearms training
    A Baltimore police trainee was injured Tuesday morning when a fragmented bullet struck his thigh during target-shooting practice. The incident occurred about 10:50 a.m. during a training exercise at a facility on the Maryland Army National Guard base in...
  • National Guard cleans up city block before deployment

    National Guard cleans up city block before deployment
    The commanding officer gathered his soldiers early Saturday morning, brought them to attention and delivered details of their mission. The young men and women saluted, snatched up their arms and occupied the perimeters of a stretch of unfriendly terrain....
  • Bel Air celebrates Flag Day

    Bel Air celebrates Flag Day
    At least 100 members of the Bel Air community came out early Saturday morning to Shamrock Park for the Town of Bel Air's annual Flag Day Ceremony. Spectators, who mostly sat under the park's large shade trees as the ceremony took place in the...
  • Making the most of a cruise gone bad

    Making the most of a cruise gone bad
    On May 24, my wife and I embarked on our first cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean ship Grandeur of the Seas to celebrate our sixth wedding anniversary. Having deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan as a member of the Maryland Army National Guard, I had been...
  • Kristin Ruby to wed Nathan Ander

    Kristin Ruby to wed Nathan Ander
    Elliott and Phyllis Ruby of Aberdeen announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristin Ruby, to Nathan Ander, son of Paul and Janet Ander of Baltimore. The bride-to-be is a 2003 graduate of Aberdeen High School and is employed at Aberdeen Proving...
  • Conte, Dilworth earn top honors for Kingsville fire co.

    Conte, Dilworth earn top honors for Kingsville fire co.
    It was a busy 2012 for members of Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company, who responded to 948 fire calls and 1,084 medic calls during the year, including some high-profile incidents. "The members and the community of Kingsville can be very proud of the fact...
  • National Guard members help Edgewood math students calculate paths to success

    Area high school math students applied their recently learned skills today while getting a taste of military life courtesy of Maryland Army National Guard Soldiers from the 29th Combat Aviation Brigade and the 1st Battalion, 175th Infantry Regiment. Ho...
  • Maynard praised as tough, capable prison administrator

    Maynard praised as tough, capable prison administrator
    In a career that's spanned more than four decades in four states, Gary D. Maynard has dealt with inmate sex scandals, prison riots, suicides and shrinking public safety budgets. Last week, the Maryland corrections secretary faced a bank of TV cameras...
  • Remembering Pearl Harbor

    Remembering Pearl Harbor
    Seventy-one years ago Friday, on Dec. 7, 1941, Thomas Talbott was in as fine a mood as he can remember. He was 19, a Marine corporal stationed on the balmy Hawaiian island of Oahu. His unit, assigned to secure the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, was...
  • Ravens make long-distance connection to Afghanistan

    Ravens make long-distance connection to Afghanistan
    Wide receiver Torrey Smith, kicker Justin Tucker and punter Sam Koch were three of several Ravens players summoned to coach John Harbaugh’s office Wednesday morning, but they weren’t in trouble. Eight players and Harbaugh convened in the...
  • Havre de Grace police dedicate firing range to longtime auxiliary officer

    Havre de Grace police dedicate firing range to longtime auxiliary officer
    The Havre de Grace police firing range now bears the name of a longtime auxiliary police officer who helped create it, retired Army Col. Leon Haney Sr. Police department employees, retirees and city officials celebrated the dedication of the Colonel Leon...
  • Strong federal ties leave Md. vulnerable to sudden cuts

    Looming federal budget cuts make a whole lot of Marylanders nervous because a whole lot of Maryland depends on Uncle Sam for a paycheck — directly or indirectly. More than 300,000 Maryland residents work for the federal government, according to the...