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Ellicott City's Wayside Inn is not the only Howard County bed and breakfast for sale. The Commodore Joshua Barney House, on Savage Guilford Road in Savage, has been on the market at six-month intervals for several years, said owner Susan Betts. The...
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As cool as Artscape's Roadside Attractions corridor sounds, it's far from all Baltimore's free arts festival has to offer for 2012. Here are six more reasons not to stay home this weekend: Music, music, music R&B singer Brian McKnight headlines the...
California residents Caryn and Kurt Burris missed the Star-Spangled Sailabration festivities in June, but they learned all about the Stars and Stripes this month at Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine. The Burrises toured the birthplace of...
In a sign of lofty national ambitions, Gov.Martin O'Malleyhas created a federal political action committee that could become a financial vehicle for a presidential run in 2016. O'Malley spokesman Rick Abbruzzese confirmed Thursday that O'Malley has...
Some of Dundalk's War of 1812 sites — including Battle Acre Park and North Point State Battlefield — share North Point Road with rowhouses and strip malls. But nearby, quiet Charlesmont and Bear Creek parks offer undeveloped land also tied to...
Talk about being in Baltimore's wheelhouse. The newest sightseeing vessel in the Inner Harbor sports a certain shade of regal purple, and its bow is emblazoned with a name near and dear to the local fan base: Raven. But that's not all. Docked on tour...
Now that the celebrations of the War of 1812 are under way, it seems that the Sun's message to its readers is clear: Enjoy the celebrations, and ignore the facts ("Commemorating the War of 1812," June 10). But while The Sun's eagerness to celebrate a...
St. Mark School is gearing up to show its Lions' pride in the Catonsville Fourth of July parade. More than 75 Home and School Association volunteers have been busy planning, building, painting and putting on the final touches for the school's War of...
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With thousands of people expected to converge on downtown Baltimore tomorrow to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, city police will be out in force to ensure the safety of residents and visitors to the area. Baltimore officials have made securing the...
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The National Council for Marketing & Public Relations, District 1, recently awarded eight Medallion Awards to Harford Community College's Office of Marketing and Public Relations. The College received one bronze, four silver and three gold Medallion...
For almost 200 years, members of Fred Roussey's family have served in the United States Army, Navy and Marine Corps. "Everything but the Air Force," the Catonsville resident said. His family's long line of service dates back to the Battle of Fort...
Sunday, Nov. 11 Theater The Pasadena Theatre Company presents the musical "1776" at 3 p.m. at the Chesapeake Arts Center, 194 Hammonds Lane in Brooklyn Park. Play is based on events surrounding the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Tickets...
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