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  • Glenelg lineman David Robbins commits to Florida State

    Glenelg lineman David Robbins commits to Florida State
    When Glenelg offensive lineman David Robbins decided to visit Florida State last month, he just wanted to see what a national championship football program looked like from the inside. He left Tallahassee, Fla., thinking that he might be able to play...
  • Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground

    Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground
    Considerable innovation and research in the rapidly developing world of 3D printing has been done at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County and, as a result, Harford state legislators hope to use the proximity of cutting-edge technology to benefit...
  • Ravens coach John Harbaugh spending week in Middle East visiting with troops

    Ravens coach John Harbaugh spending week in Middle East visiting with troops
    Two days after he was in New York to accept the NFL’s Salute to Service Award, Ravens coach John Harbaugh embarked on another trip to honor the U.S. military. Harbaugh this week has joined Gen. Raymond Odierno, the Army chief of staff, on a trip...
  • Man rescued from bottom of Atkisson Dam

    Man rescued from bottom of Atkisson Dam
    Emergency crews rescued a man who was tangled in a rope and trapped at the bottom of the Atkisson Dam in Harford County on Wednesday morning. The man was not in the water of the dam but was suspended above the spillway side on a rope, according to the...
  • Buried on page eight [Letter]

    Years ago Joseph N. Welch, then a defense attorney for the U.S. Army during the Army-McCarthy hearings in Washington, sharply questioned Wisconsin Sen. Joseph McCarthy, who was leading the proceedings: "Have you no sense of decency, sir?" Welch asked. "At...
  • 'House of Cards' recap, Season 2, Episode 10

    'House of Cards' recap, Season 2, Episode 10
    "I've always loathed the necessity of sleep. Like death, it puts even the most powerful men on their backs." -- Frank Underwood While Gavin strokes Cashew and tracks someone by GPS from his secret lair, Doug is in Joppa, having Rachel read scripture...
  • Franklin S. Dail Sr., GM executive

    Franklin S. Dail Sr., GM executive
    Franklin S. Dail Sr., a retired General Motors executive who enjoyed tennis and running, died Thursday of pneumonia at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 82. The son of Franklin Dail, a grocery store owner, and Anna Dail, a...
  • Meet Terps defensive end commit Jesse Aniebonam

    Meet Terps defensive end commit Jesse Aniebonam
    With national signing day only days away, preview the Terps' class of 2014 with a handy, commit-by-commit guide. Prospect profiles will run all the way through Wednesday (Feb. 5), when players can officially sign a national letter of intent. (SEE THEM ALL...
  • Panama Canal opened markets for Carroll farmers [Column]

    The Panama Canal officially opened on Aug. 14, 1914, when the SS Ancon sailed the newly constructed 48-mile waterway from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean. That path linking the two bodies of water on the Isthmus of Panama is mentioned a number of...
  • Baltimore VA office worst in nation for processing disability claims

    The Baltimore office of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is the slowest in the country in processing disability claims for servicemen and servicewomen — averaging about a year — and makes more mistakes than any other office. The...
  • Can we eradicate HIV/AIDS? [Commentary]

    Can we eradicate HIV/AIDS? [Commentary]
    Wednesday is the 30-year anniversary of the day my colleagues and I reported that a new retrovirus, now known as HIV, was the agent causing AIDS. We also announced the development of an effective HIV blood test and the capacity to continuously produce the...
  • Programs and brochures tell a lot of history

    So much organizational history is to be found in old programs and brochures that were printed many years ago. Fortunately, we have received many such documents from the Printing Press, where they were stored. Even a book, printed in 1969, tells of the...