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  • Popp, Davis graduate Navy basic training

    POPP: Navy Seaman Matthew D. Popp, son of Kimberly A. Popp of Abingdon, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Popp completed a variety of training which included...
  • Congressional candidate profiles

    MEET THE CANDIDATES   When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
  • Robert P. Slaff, charter boat captain

    Robert P. Slaff, charter boat captain
    Robert P. Slaff, a former marine-supply vendor and journalist who wrote widely on Chesapeake Bay maritime and environmental matters, died March 8 of congestive heart failure at Crofton Care and Rehabilitation Center. The Epping Forest resident was 89....
  • Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock: Jack Feezer, 93, has a lot to recall in his memoir

    Few can picture the 1920s except through movies and old photographs, but 93-year-old John F. "Jack" Feezer Jr. was there, and he is sharing his story in a newly-published memoir, "A Life Well-Lived, Well-Loved, Well-Earned." Feezer is a one-time...
  • Anne Arundel County Digest

    Lecture series Novelist Ralph Peters will deliver the lecture, "The Price of Historical Illiteracy: Wishful Thinking and the Death of Strategy," at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. John's College, 60 College Ave. in Annapolis. The lecture is the first in a new...
  • Two men indicted in home invasion murder in Northwest Baltimore

    Two men have been charged with shooting three people, killing one, during a home invasion in Northwest Baltimore last month, court records show.  Roger Spears, 32, and Eric Jones, 20, were charged with first-degree murder and related charges in the Feb....
  • Hostage crises, then and now

    Hostage crises, then and now
    The State Department is probably very pleased with the outcome of last week's hostage crisis in Algeria, although given the loss of innocent lives it would be impolitic for officials to say so. In case you missed it, Islamic militants had held an...
  • Bainbridge Museum, damaged by water, makes a move [Port Deposit]

    The Bainbridge Museum, at the foot of Jacob Tome Highway in Port Deposit, was damaged by water back in December, and several displays were ruined. Luckily, the leaking pipes were discovered by museum association secretary Carolyn Spencer when she...
  • Northrop Grumman pins Navy contract strategy on Linthicum facility

    Northrop Grumman pins Navy contract strategy on Linthicum facility
    The specter of federal budget reductions has meant hundreds of jobs lost at Northrop Grumman Corp. in Maryland, but as the defense contractor vies to build a key Navy radar system, that same cost-cutting pressure could boost the importance of Northrop's...
  • Harford Co. Ravens Nest prepares for Super Bowl trip

    Harford Co. Ravens Nest prepares for Super Bowl trip
    The members of Ravens Nest No. 1 have been there throughout the Baltimore Ravens' tumultuous 2012 season, cheering their beloved football team on from their section of the Main Street Tower in Bel Air. Sunday evening, however, they will be cheering...
  • APG briefed on probe of first diver death at Super Pond

    APG briefed on probe of first diver death at Super Pond
    Aberdeen Proving Ground officials have received a preliminary briefing on the investigation into the first of three diver deaths at the post's Super Pond test facility in the last two months. A final report on the death of George Lazzaro, 41, should...
  • Rescue the Coast Guard

    Rescue the Coast Guard
    Before superstorm Sandy pounded the shores of the East Coast, it had already claimed its first American victims. With the storm still a day from landfall, the U.S. Coast Guard received a distress signal from the tall ship Bounty located approximately 90...