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  • A call for compassion [Commentary]

    A call for compassion [Commentary]
    Growing up in rural Harford County — a red county in a blue state — I quickly became exposed to the many fears that conservative voters have concerning illegal immigration. The Mexicans, I was told as a child (because apparently everyone who...
  • The race is on: Hogan, Brown begin sparring in contest for governor

    The race is on: Hogan, Brown begin sparring in contest for governor
    Hours after winning their party primaries, Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan exchanged the first salvos in November's race for governor. Hogan released an Internet ad calling the lieutenant governor "the most incompetent man in...
  • In Middle East, U.S. must focus on diplomacy, not military intervention [Letter]

    In Middle East, U.S. must focus on diplomacy, not military intervention [Letter]
    It is telling that Matthew Van Dyke in his recent commentary fails to present a single policy recommendation while criticizing the Middle East foreign policies of the last two U.S. administrations ("Bush's recklessness, Obama's fecklessness make U.S. look...
  • U.S. must not escalate in Iraq [Letter]

    U.S. must not escalate in Iraq [Letter]
    President Barack Obama's 300 advisers in Iraq will gather information for drone strikes against Sunni forces advancing on Baghdad ("Obama's Iraq mistake," June 21). Were this a rear guard action to facilitate withdrawal of U.S. troops, that would make...
  • 75 years of history at Belcamp-Riverside

    Looking out toward the shore of Bush River while traveling on Route 40, just south of Aberdeen, is a community that made history 75 years ago. We used to call it Belcamp; now it is called Riverside. Incredible history! Along with most of the world,...
  • Free concerts and movies beckon in historic district [Mostly Main Street]

    Free concerts and movies beckon in historic district [Mostly Main Street]
    I hope everyone enjoys a great Fourth of July celebration. In our family we have an extra reason to celebrate-our dear daughter-in-law, Kristen, was born in Philadelphia on the Fourth of July. Can't get any more patriotic American than that. Happy...
  • Westminster's history offers insights into personality of Carroll County [Column]

    Westminster's history offers insights into personality of Carroll County [Column]
    Studying the history of Westminster during the celebration this year of our community's 250th (sestercentennial) provides a great opportunity for insight into Carroll County's personality. In 1731, Dr. Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of...
  • Aberdeen unveils 'one of the finest' 9/11 memorials Saturday

    Aberdeen unveils 'one of the finest' 9/11 memorials Saturday
    A memorial to those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terror attacks was unveiled Saturday by Aberdeen city leaders who were joined by first responders from the city and Harford County emergency officials, as well as Aberdeen Proving Ground military...
  • Bush isn't to blame for Obama's latest Iraq problems

    Bush isn't to blame for Obama's latest Iraq problems
    As Oliver Hardy used to tell Stan Laurel is those old black-and-white movie comedies, "Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into!" That continues to be Barack Obama's refrain to his predecessor, George W. Bush, as he struggles in his sixth...
  • 'Pocket diaries' explore a free black woman's life in the Civil War

    'Pocket diaries' explore a free black woman's life in the Civil War
    "To day has bin a memorable day," Emilie Frances Davis wrote in a miniature diary on Jan. 1, 1863, the date the Emancipation Proclamation became law. "I thank God I have bin here to see it. The day was religiously observed, all the churches were open....
  • What happened to the Star-Spangled Banner's missing star?

    What happened to the Star-Spangled Banner's missing star?
    Decades of careful restoration and study have revealed a lot about the flag that flew over Fort McHenry after its defenders fought off a naval attack during the War of 1812: the swatches taken as mementos of the pivotal battle, the areas worn by time,...
  • City Council approves CeaseFire, police overtime funding in $2.2 million crime fighting proposal

    City Council approves CeaseFire, police overtime funding in $2.2 million crime fighting proposal
    Baltimore's nearly $2.2 million proposal to reduce violent crime received preliminary approval from the City Council Monday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said. The proposal would support Operation CeaseFire, a program aimed at reducing recidivism...