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A letter from a reader in Ruxton recommended a visit to a place guarded by entry gates and stone walls. Juliana C. Watts made her first trip to Baltimore Cemetery this month. She and a nephew were searching for ancestors interred there. She told me,...
Neither Dan Simons nor Joe Herrick served in the Armed Forces. Still, Memorial Day holds a special significance for them, as it does for many area residents who served, or have a family member who served in the military. "A lot of people look at...
On Memorial Day weekends, Kim Yates and Albert Kullman measure success by speed. Yates steers her bright yellow tow truck toward trouble, with the goal of getting disabled vehicles out of the roadway or back in business before traffic has time to clog....
Catonsville residents who walk or bike the Short Line Trail will now be able to stop for a moment of reverence at a new park overlooking Baltimore National Cemetery. The 2.2.-mile trail skirts the cemetery on its way past the Charlestown Retirement...
A disabled vehicle in Baltimore City on Interstate 95 South/North at Bore 1 of the Fort McHenry Tunnel has closed one of four southbound tunnel lanes at 8:48 a.m. The Maryland Transit Administration reported minor delays on the MARC train at 9 a.m.
Moving to Maryland has been a learning experience for Chad Barnhill, general manager of the Horseshoe Baltimore Casino that will fill the sweeping vacant lot currently greeting drivers coming into the city on Russell Street. At home within the walls...
The Baltimore SunGrowing up in Indianapolis, Ravens wide receiver Tandon Doss was always outside playing. "My mom would always send us out of the house," Doss said in a telephone interview. "She didn't want us in the house all day playing video games. So, I stayed...
Harford County runners, jumpers and throwers won conference titles in collegiate track and field championship meets May 3 and 4. In the America East Conference meet in Binghamton, N.Y., Amanda Deller completed a remarkable four-year run in the shot...
He didn't get down on one knee, but Christopher Lee wooed his wife with a skyscraping crane she literally could call her own at the dedication of the port of Baltimore's berth capable of handling the world's largest cargo ships. As founder of Highstar...
Nora Worthington, the resident costumer for the Baltimore School for the Arts, has long loved the idea of dressing up and living the past. As a sixth-grader, she starred in Hampton Elementary School's Bicentennial production, and she visited her two...
People fled in panic when British troops invaded Havre de Grace 200 years ago, as rockets rained down on the city and soldiers and Marines stormed through the streets, ransacking and burning homes, businesses and houses of worship. In 2013, however,...
Costumes are prepared, logistics are finalized, attendees are reconfirmed – just some of the many preparations Havre de Grace officials and volunteers made earlier this week in final preparation for the city to receive thousands of visitors for...
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